Skip to main content

The three switches that turn on cancer, and how to flip them back off

The cancer screening and cancer-treating business is a multibillion dollar industry and pharmaceutical companies make a killing out of it. We are all in one way or the other supporting it, because we have been touched by cancer or indirectly through our health insurance premiums and our taxes. Cancer affects all of us, we are in these together and there is no way out of it.

Since time in memorial, we have waged  a “war” on cancer but we have never come close to defeating it. However, as it continues, we are getting closer to being bankrupted by it.

Each year, we spend more and more money on treatments, including new, exotic drugs, all of which costs us thousands to hundreds of thousands of dollars per year. We are urged to do more early screening for cancers and get more aggressive treatments once detected. We are even told to get genetic testing and consider mastectomies (and other drastic preventative surgeries) if the wrong genes are found. But none of those actions prevent us from getting cancer. The medical dialog is sadly silent on the issue of cause and what we can do to lower our risk of developing cancer.

Why does cancer develop?
That’s the multitrillion dollar question. We don’t know precisely. We can identify hundreds of genes that individually increase the risk slightly for developing cancer. For instance, the BRCA gene can act individually. Having the BRCA gene can increase risk of developing breast cancer by up to 85%. But that’s for individuals who eat a standard American diet. Those who eat 6 cups of non-starchy vegetables daily and engage in regular physical activity lower their risk to 25%. This is still a risk, but not as high a risk. Even the BRCA gene is influenced by diet and lifestyle changes.

For most of us, the complicated interaction between all of our genes and the environment determines our risk for developing cancer. The scientific term for how our environment interacts with our genes is called “epigenetics” and is a hot area of research. As epigenetics tell us, the environment speaks to our DNA and shifts which genes are “on” and which ones are “off.”

These epigenetic changes shift how your cells run the chemistry of life. Those changes can convert a body that could have been healthy and robust into one that is inflamed, sickly, and disease-prone. And those changes can markedly increase or decrease your risk of developing cancer. They can activate cancer-promoting genes, if you have any, making it much more likely a cancer will develop.

Controlling the cancer switch
So what are the environmental factors that increase the risk for disease? The top three are:

A diet high in sugar, white flour, white potatoes, and other high glycemic foods. In 2000, the average American adult ate 152lbs (more than 70 kg) of sugar. Children ate even more. The rapid entry of sugar into the bloodstream leads to more insulin in the body and more growth signals to your cells. It also leads to more inflammation.
Increased body burden of heavy metals, plastics, solvents, and other synthetic chemicals. These compounds interfere with the normal signaling between your cells and affect which genes are on and which are off, increasing inflammation and the risk of developing cancer cells.

Inadequate intake of phytonutrients. These are the antioxidants and vitamins in plants that help the liver and kidney process toxins, and they can markedly improve the elimination of toxins. They also speak to your DNA and can shift your chemistry away from the sickly, disease-prone chemistry that results from a diet high in sugar and low in the phytonutrients found in vegetables and berries.

The real prevention of cancer begins with our daily choices. We advise patients  to eat six (women) or nine (men or tall women) cups of vegetables each day, equally distributed, if possible, between green leafy vegetables (like kale, collards, chard, or spinach), sulfur-rich vegetables from the cabbage, onion, or mushroom families, and deeply colored vegetables, like beets, carrots, peppers, or berries. Ideally produce is local and in season.

I also recommend high-quality protein. For meat eaters, that means organic, grass-fed, or wild meat. For vegetarians, that means organic legumes and gluten-free grains. I tell my patients to stop the sugar, white flour, and high fructose and artificial sweeteners of all types. And I encourage them to move to organic foods as their budgets allow and to grow food in container gardens and as part of an edible landscape.

Imagine what would happen if the billions we spent on the early detection programs, chemotherapy, and radiation therapy for cancer, was instead spent on improving the quality of the food we eat. What if our society began eating six to nine cups of vegetables daily and we saw a sharp downturn in obesity, diabetes, heart disease, dementia, mental health problems, and autoimmunity. We’d see the beginning of an epidemic of health. The war would be won.

  Disclaimer: the principles contained here is not designed nor meant to be a substitute for professional medical advice, it is only achieved for educational confidences only. You should recognise full responsibility for the way you decide on to use this information.

How to Buy or Make your own. 
The BEST way to get the oil is by making it yourself at home, but if you are not able to do this, you are free to order from us, but it would take anywhere from 7 to 28 Days to reach you after the payment reflects on our end, depending on your location and other factors.
Alternatively  Fill in order Form and we will contact you:- Click here As you complete the form remember to make payment for speedy delivery:-  Kindly visit Checkout Now Here or add to cart on the Blog.

Popular posts from this blog

Is Cannabis Oil an Effective Treatment for Psoriasis?

Share on PintertOvervieOverview Cannabis oil is now being used to treat pain and conditions such as Crohn’s disease, glaucoma, and nausea from chemotherapy. The proof is mounting that cannabis oil may additionally  be effective in treating everything from sclerosis and Parkinson’s unwellness to psychosis and post-traumatic stress disorder. But can cannabis be used to treat psoriasis? What is psoriasis? Psoriasis could be a chronic autoimmune disease that causes the fast build-up of skin cells. The new skin cells are generated so quickly that they reach the surface of the skin before they’re mature. This immature buildup on the surface of the skin forms restless raised patches of silvery scales. Parts of your body may additionally  become inflamed, and you may have redness, swelling, and discomfort. About fifteen per cent of individuals WHO have skin condition can develop rheumatoid arthritis. This condition causes painful swelling and stiffness of the joints. If left untreated, i

Rick Simpson Oil for Arthritis

A Centuries-Long Remedy for Arthritis When Rick Simpsons oil is mentioned as a curative substance, its perceived benefits are very often limited to fighting cancer. However, hemp oil carries in it the cure to an unending list of maladies, major among which is Arthritis. When Rick Simpson,the leader of the Cannabis oil movement after whom the oil got named, started using the oil, he did not only cure his skin cancer. Simpson had been suffering Arthritis in his knees for years, and after starting to ingest the oil, he says that he lost the Arthritis completely. It is actually documented that marijuana extracts have been used for treating Arthritis ever since 2800 BC. Firstly, we need to clearly identify the disease. Arthritis is a disorder that affects the joints, which despite being more common among the elderly, can affect people of all ages. Today, more than 52 million people across North America suffer one of the two types of Arthritis. This disorder is characterized by joint

Rick Simpsons Oil and Rectal Suppositories

Several people can’t help but laugh the first time they hear the phrase “cannabis suppository.” But don’t be overlooked: This method of obtaining the active components in the cannabis is no joke. And the privileges are convincing a growing number of Europe’s medical patients to make the switch from more established methods of consumption. Unto about five years ago, the enormous majority of Europeans who administered their ailments with cannabis either smoked or vaporized the plant. But thanks considerably to Rick Simpson, a Canadian who treated his cancer with cannabis oil and lived in exile in Eastern Europe between 2009 and 2013, more and more people began to realise the amazing properties of extracts. There was one big problem: Absorbing extracts that had a high THC percentage—up to 90 per cent in some cases—was overwhelming for many patients, particularly those without previous experience with cannabis. The advantages of suppositories—linked with how easy it is to make them