A mother-of-two who uses a special blend of ingredients to help her breast cancer patients have a better chance of survival is calling on people to stop using the sauce.

Alfredo Sauce was invented in the 1950s and was used by some of the world’s greatest cooks.

But as the war with the Nazis drew to a close, the recipe was banned from the market and the ingredients used were banned by the FDA.

Alberto Cesar was the first person to make the sauce in his kitchen in 2009, and the product has since become a global hit.

It has been described as the “Holy Grail” of cancer cures.

In 2015, the Italian-born chef opened the first Alfredo in Los Angeles and now the company has sold more than 500,000 bottles of the sauce worldwide.

He told ABC News the sauce is a “holy grail” for people with breast cancer.

“It’s the most powerful healing agent you can get for people who have it,” he said.

I think it’s something that needs to be changed.””

People don’t know what to do with it.

I think it’s something that needs to be changed.”

Alberto, a father of three, said he uses the sauce on a daily basis.

It gives him a “complete, complete relief from pain,” he told ABC’s Good Morning America.

“I have no complaints about my skin, my hair or my skin.”

He added that the sauce has helped people with skin cancer recover faster, as well as people who suffer from multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, epilepsy, chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, chronic headaches, diabetes, autoimmune disease, Crohn’s disease and more.

“This is an essential ingredient for our people,” he added.

“They have been suffering from the loss of life and our families have been fighting against the disease for many years.”

Cesar, a native of Rome, said his family has used the sauce for decades.

But in the 1990s, the company started to get more serious about the product, with a focus on the nutritional benefits.

“They started to put more attention on the benefits of the alfredolac sauce and the health benefits,” he recalled.

“This was around the time the FDA banned the alfridolac in the US, so they began to change the ingredients and start using the alafridol acetate as the active ingredient.”

Alfreda was also banned in the UK and Ireland in 2003, but the company decided to re-introduce it as an ingredient in the United States after President George W. Bush signed the Anti-Defamation League’s “Jews and the Jews” Act of 2005.

Cesar has been the only person to have successfully created the sauce commercially, selling about 10 million bottles in 2016 alone.

He said his goal is to bring it back into the mainstream.

“I would love to see it become a popular and widely used product, but I don’t have the power of a government to change it,” said Alberto.

“And so if people want to change, they have to do it by themselves.”ABC News’ Michael D. Smith contributed to this report.