Lecture Topic for the week of 3/26-4/1: Cancer and Nutrition

by admin on March 26, 2012

Cancer and Nutrition

One of the easiest and most effective ways to promote good health and to help protect against cancer is with your diet. The American Cancer society estimates that one third of all American cancer deaths might be diet-related. The conclusion is really pretty simple: kick cancer-loving food to the curb; embrace healthful food.

However, good health is not just one ingredient but is made up of several things including exercise, proper diet, stress management and connecting to one’s spirituality.

Nutrition – to boost the immune system, to increase natural mechanisms for eliminating the tumor, and to prevent reoccurrences.  Typically this includes nutritional supplements, intravenous protocols (such as high doses of vitamin C, anti-oxidants, and immune support nutrients), and diet (such as frequent raw vegetable juices, whole grains, legumes and elimination of foods which feed cancer and weaken the immune system).

Enzymes – to facilitate the breakdown of the protective coating around cancer cells and to support healthy metabolic processes.

Oxygenation – to bring vital energy to the cells, reverse tumor growth and facilitate the elimination of pathogens (fungi, bacteria and viruses) which may be weakening the immune system.  This may take the form of ozone therapy, deep breathing exercises (qigong) and/or oxygenation of the blood directly through intravenous protocols.

Detoxification – to eliminate substances which may be burdening the immune system, compromising metabolic processes and blocking energy flow (e.g. heavy metals, pesticides, environmental toxins, and metabolic wastes).  This may take the form of herbal and nutritional products that open up the elimination channels (liver, kidney, colon, and urinary system), colonics, detoxification diets, and IV chelation protocols. Juice Fasting is a great way to detox the body.

Disclaimer: This information is not intended to replace the advice of a Certified Doctor or licensed health practitioner. Please consult with your doctor or health care provider beforehand.

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https://www.travelblog.org/North-America/blog-947830.html November 30, 2016 at 5:03 pm

Keep on working, great job!

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