AGING CONDITIONS: CANCER
In 1904 only 1 out of 24 Americans would develop cancer
in his or her lifetime. Today the cancer rate is 1 out
of 2 for men and 2 out of 3 in women.
In 1996 550,000 Americans died of cancer. This was more
than the total deaths from World War II, the Korean
War and Vietnam combined. Today, someone dies of cancer
Cancer is largely a toxic condition of the body. Overloading
the body with toxins results in cell damage at the DNA
level, leading to cell mutation, cancer. Cancer is a
generic term for malignant neoplasms, a large group
of diseases of unknown cause, occurring in all human
and many animal populations and arising in all tissues
composed of potentially dividing cells.
In many cases, cancer can be cured. This depends largely
on the general health of the person, the location of
the cancer and how far the cancer has spread throughout
the body. It is far better to aim at preventing cancer
than curing it.
Cancer Prevention Using Detoxification
Conventional anticancer medicine focuses on attacking
tumors, but fails to place emphasis on prevention and
Since cancer develops from toxins in the cells, its
logical that detoxifying the body will benefit anyone
who is either trying to prevent the disease or getting
cured from it.
A simple saliva PH test can be done at home to measure
your susceptibility to cancer, heart disease, osteoporosis,
arthritis, and many other degenerative diseases.
Wellness Treatments to Support Cancer Therapy
There are many home programs one can undertake to
help prevent cancer and to support a full recovery from
cancer. [Note – discuss these with your doctor]
- Replace Amalgam [Mercury - Silver] Filling
- Root Canal Sterilization / Extraction
- Nickel Crowns Replacement
- Repairing Cavities
Cancer Recovery Diet
Certain foods help prevent cancer due to their cell
balancing and detoxification properties. An anti-cancer
diet may include foods and supplements such as:
Keeping to a regular exercise routine also helps the
body detoxify. Include a combination of exercise from
the following groups:
Walking, Biking, Running, Jogging, Swimming, Inline
- Rebounding - mini trampoline jumping
- Athletics, Gymnastics, Weight lifting
- Martial Art, Tai Chi Cuan
- Yoga, Pilates, Isometrics
- Diving, Mountain Climbing, Rafting
Holding onto unresolved emotional issues is very damaging
to the body. It constantly increases the free radical
build up, and thus increases cell toxicity. Try therapies,
meditation and personal development courses to help
balance out your mental and emotional self.
There are many supplemental therapies that help with
Oxygen Therapies - Ozone Therapies
- H2O2 therapies
Detoxification Therapies - Colon
Physical Interventions - Acupuncture,
Shiatsu, Acupressure, Chiropractic, Physiotherapy, Cranio-sacral
therapy - Yumeiho Therapy
Alternative Medicines - Homeopathy,
Naturopathy, Herbal Medicine, Ayurveda Medicine, Traditional
Chinese Medicine, Aromatherapy
One of the reason many of these therapies are not included
in standard medical intervention is because they are
not approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
It is therefore not legal for doctors in any country
to practice therapies that are not approved.
out more about alternative medicines
7 Warning Signs of Cancer
- Unusual bleeding/discharge - Blood in urine or
stool. Discharge from any parts of your body, eg.
- A sore which does not heal, seems to be getting
better, is getting bigger, getting more painful or
starting to bleed.
- Change in bowel or bladder habits - Changes in
frequency, color, consistency or blood in the urine
- Thickening/lump in breast or in the scrotum.
- Nagging cough/hoarsness - Change in voice, persistent
cough, blood in the sputum.
- Indigestion or /difficulty in swallowing or pressure
or feeling full without food or with a small amount
- Obvious change in warts or mole - Use the ABCD
Asymmetry: Does the mole look
the same in all parts or are there differences?
Border: Are the borders sharp
Color: What are the colors seen
in the mole?
Diameter: Is the mole bigger
than a pencil erasr (6 mm)?
Cancer in Women