Lifestyle Changes: Lifestyle Habits Can Cause OR Cure Cancer

I saw a great film the other day Cancer is Curable NOW.  I highly suggest it for anyone with or without cancer.  It was a holistic approach to preventing cancer and holistic therapies that are working and are not as damaging as chemo.  One of the more enlightening, almost simplistic messages that are loud and clear was that cancer could be avoided/ cured by lifestyle changes. We all have something like 750000 cancer cells in our body and our immune system can handle them. Unless, your immune system weakens for a long period of time and you fall prey to the disease – as well as other diseases. The number one enemy is sugar.  Cancer cells feed off of sugar!  Combine the sugar with processed foods, stress and a sedentary lifestyle and you have a greater immune debilitating punch.  There is a direct correlation, as presented by the American Cancer Society in January 2012, (www.cancer.org) with obesity and cancer.  Obesity is now clearly linked to breast cancer in postmenopausal women, adenocarcinoma of the esophagus, and cancers of the colon, rectum, uterus, kidney and pancreas.  It is also noted that there may also be a correlation to cancers of the gallbladder, liver, cervix and ovaries, lymphoma and aggressive prostate cancer.  Do I need to say more?

 

The top ways to treat a healthy lifestyle and stay disease free is with exercise, eating whole fruits, veggies and grains, (have an alkaline ph, rather than a acidic ph caused by excess red meats and processed foods) fresh air, sunshine and stress reduction.  I guess if it was that easy, we would all do it and be disease free. .  Summer is upon us and it is a great way to capitalize on all the fresh and local produce.  A key recommendation from the American Cancer Society is to

“Be as lean as possible throughout your life without being underweight.”

 

If you struggle with a plan or staying on a plan, or need help with understanding what foods to eat, I can help.  Contact me and we will set up a time to take action.

 

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