45 years ago, President Nixon and the Congress declares war on cancer, but the number of cancer patients is still growing, despite the technological progress in the course of all these years. Nowadays, cancer is the no.1 killer in America, but in many other countries all around the world, especially for individuals between 45 and 74 years of age.
How did the war on cancer fail?
Reynold Spector, a professor of medicine at Robert Wood Johnson Medical, states the following reasons why the war on cancer failed:
Experts and medical professionals still don`t understand the cause in most of the cancer cases
Very often, the animal models of cancer are inadequate
Most of the treatments, except for surgery, destroy nonspecific cells
Screening anti-cancer drugs is completely unsuccessful
Clinical trials don`t encourage innovations
The real problem is that the healthcare system does not recognize and accept the fact that this disease is created by man, primarily caused by excessive accumulation of toxins.
Most organizations and doctors don`t want to admit that this disease is not natural, and still they are all aware that cancer has been extremely rare only until some time ago. The biggest problems here are pollution and poor dietary habits.
The real cause of cancer
Year by year, the number of cancer patients is growing, and scientists are not trying to discover the root of this problem. Most studies and research are focused on expensive drugs and treatments for late cancer stages, so that the only ones who can gain something are the pharmaceutical companies. They ignore the environmental factors and lifestyle habits. The drugs they create don`t prevent cancer, they are actually toxic and in majority of cases they cause severe side effects, sometimes even with fatal outcome.
With cancer, the most important thing is prevention. High-quality diet and healthy lifestyle can reduce the risk of this disease.
These are the primary and real causes of cancer:
Regular exposure to wireless technology, electricity, or radiation
Lack of exercise or quality sleep
Stress and obesity
Lack of sunshine as well as using low-quality sunscreens
Regular exposure to pesticides or other chemicals like cleaning products or commercial air fresheners
Diet poor in high-quality nutrients and rich in processed, artificial food.
In the last 30 years, the number of cancer patients has doubled. Estimations state that by the end of 2030 the number will triple, unless we start taking this disease seriously.
The medical and pharmaceutical community should start paying more attention to methods which have real impact in cancer prevention, only this can turn around the constant increase in cancer cases.
These 3 cancer advancements deserve attention, still conventional medicine does not accept them, yet.
According to numerous research, lack of vitamin D can increase the risk of cancer. More than 30% of cancer fatalities can be avoided each year by increasing the levels of this vitamin. These are 200,000 people in the USA, and 2 million worldwide.
Optimizing the levels of vitamin D through sunlight can reduce the risk of cancer by 50%. If you are under some cancer treatment, higher blood levels will always be useful.
How does vitamin D protect from cancer:
Regulates genetic expression
Increases self-destruction of cancer cells
Cancer cells lack differentiation, and vitamin D causes differentiation of cells
Prevent growth and spreading of cancer cells
Reduces the production of new blood vessels from existing ones, which is one phase of transformation of dormant tumors into cancers.
One effective way to reduce the risk of cancer is to exercise regularly, because it lowers insulin levels. People who work-out a few times a week have 50% less chances to develop colon cancer, compared to individuals with sedentary lifestyles. Also, women who work-out regularly have 30% less chances of developing breast cancer, compared with inactive individuals.
Optimized insulin levels:
People with normal insulin levels have lower chances of developing cancer. The Nobel Prize winner, Otto Warburg, conducted a research on cancer cell physiology in 1934, which showed that cancer cells thrive in sugary environment. Still, this fact is not recognized by most of the oncologists.
Increased levels of insulin can cause many different health issues. Dr. Ron Rosedale stated in his article “Insulin and its metabolic effects”:
“No matter what disease it is, a common cold or a cardiovascular condition, cancer or osteoporosis, the root of the problem is always in the cellular levels. Insulin, if not controlled, will have its part in it.”
In order to control the insulin levels, you should avoid or limit the intake of sugar or fructose, as well as grains and processed food.
A few more tips:
Reach and maintain healthy body weight
Eat more food with omega-3 fatty acids
Improve your sleep quality
Try to eat more organic fruits and vegetables, preferably fresh and raw.