For humans, there is no escaping the parasite problem. We all have parasites or have had them at one time or another in the past. People with a great diet and immune system have far fewer parasite problems, but none the less, they may harbor parasites. There are about 120 different species of parasites that invade the human body. Continue reading →
Most cancer doctors talk about preventing cancer with a strengthening of the diet and immune system. Today I would like to review the preventing of cancer by exploring the process from inside the cancer cell.
Here’s what most cancer researchers know. First, we must ask, what is the origin of cancer? Cancer starts in the mitochondria of a tiny body cell, which is smaller than the tip of a straight pin. Continue reading →
Cancer is a systemic disease with various causes, some of which include a poor diet, toxin exposure, nutrient deficiencies and to some extent genetics. One extremely important way to prevent and/or treat cancer is nutritionally, through eating a nutrient-dense diet and avoiding things that are known to increase cancer risk. Continue reading →
According to the American Cancer Society, approximately 140,000 men and women will be diagnosed with some form of colorectal cancer this year. In fact, the most common form of colorectal cancer is colon cancer.
Health professionals often refer to colon cancer as a silent killer. It takes years for the disease to develop and symptoms to manifest. If you are concerned about developing colon cancer, it is essential that you learn to recognize the early symptoms of this frightening disease.
By detecting colon cancer in its early stages, your chances of survival will increase. Continue reading →
Colon cancer is defined as tumorous growths that show up on a person’s large intestine. Within the U.S., it is the third most popular type of cancer, and the third highest cause around cancer-related fatalities. However, the silver lining to all this is that thanks to advancements in screening, diagnosis, and treatments, there has been a steady and increasing survival rate amongst this type of cancer.
On-going screenings are encouraged for those who are 50 years old and higher. Continue reading →
Colonoscopys cause more deaths than they cure and cannot detect cancer
The procedure known as a colonoscopy, as a prophylactic for colon cancer is a multimillion dollar industry. Every year, over 14 million perfectly healthy individuals age 50 and up, submit themselves to this invasive procedure, hoping to detect Colorectal cancer. But is it really effective? Continue reading →
Silent signs of lung cancer you need to be aware of
Lung cancer is the leading reason for cancer deaths worldwide among men and women. Smoking actively is one of the most common causes of lung cancer. But it does not leave passive smokers, that is, people who are exposed to it by being near a smoker, in the clear. Continue reading →
Non-muscle invasive bladder cancer, also known as NMIBC, is a subtype of bladder carcinoma. It is also known as a “superficial” bladder cancer. In NMIBC, the cancer hasn’t affected any of the muscle tissue found inside the bladder. This contrasts with another subtype, muscle-invasive bladder cancer (MIBC), in which the cancer can be found in the muscular wall of the bladder. Continue reading →
Sofrito, a condiment made from onions and garlic, is a staple in Puerto Rican kitchens. Some personalized recipes might feature other healthful herbs and spices like cilantro and peppers, but its most basic ingredients remain the same. It can be consumed as a dip like salsa or used as a foundation for rice dishes. Continue reading →
Dr. William Kelley was the doctor that both books were written about, where thousands of cancer patients were helped and/or cured. Dr. Nicolas Gonzalez’s book, “One Man Alone,” explains much about Dr. Kelley’s story. Every person wanting to prevent or cure cancer should read both books. Continue reading →
Just before World War II, Hitler was planning to eradicate as many Jewish people as possible. He also was very busy building up his war machine so he could conquer all of Europe. Hitler was also very worried about one other thing. His mother had died from cancer and he recently had a polyp removed from his vocal cords. He was very worried that he would get cancer.
Although he disliked Jewish people, he knew a brilliant doctor and scientist that he thought could find a way to cure cancer. The name of this brilliant scientist was Dr. Otto Warburg. Continue reading →
Professor Dr. Hardin B. Jones of Medical Physics and Physiology at Berkeley, California, studied cancer patients for 25 years and announced at a Cancer Society Seminar in 1969 that patients who are not treated with chemotherapy live longer than those who treated with it. It sent shockwaves through the medical community who believed traditional treatment was better than nothing.
Another of his discoveries was that breast cancer patients survived longer if left untreated than those treated with conventional therapies. Continue reading →
The truth is that there is no one cause of cancer. There is a multiplicity of causes acting simultaneously through the years that leads up to each person’s cancer. That means there is no single demon that we can blame our cancer on. As you go through the below list of causes try to pick what you think are the principle causes in your case. In general most cancer patients will be suffering from multiple causes. Each cause suggests an intelligent treatment to address the specific cause.
It is important to understand from the start that oncologists want patients to think that cancer is spontaneous. That it is something that happens without a cause. The cancer industry plays a vicious mind game with cancer patients and their families. What they say dis-empowers patients and leaves them vulnerable to their doctors and their treatments. Continue reading →