Monday February 22, 2021
“For most people, cancer comes NOT from pre-programmed genes,
but from conditions and exposures that are encountered
throughout their life.” Devra Lee Davis
Is It Possible to Prevent Cancer?
Yes it is possible. Not by swallowing pharmaceutical drugs and chemicals though. A safer alternative is looking at lifestyle changes. The American Cancer Society suggests you can reduce your risk of cancer by 62% with simple lifestyle changes.
Can cancer be prevented? (from CCS website)
About 4 in 10 cancer cases can be prevented through healthy living and policies that protect the health of Canadians. The good news is you can reduce your risk of cancer right now. There’s no time like the present to start making positive lifestyle changes to feel better and live longer.
Reduce or eliminate processed foods, sugar, and grain carbohydrate intake.
Eat organic foods when possible.
Control your insulin levels.
Balance omega-3 and omega-6 oils by supplementing with good quality oil.
Get regular exercise (it drives your insulin levels down) and keep your body weight in control.
Regulate your Vitamin D intake by getting plenty of sunlight exposure (Have a simple blood test at your doctor’s office to get your levels checked).
Get regular good sleep.
Reduce your exposure to environmental toxins, such as in cleaning products and personal care products, as well as your exposure to pesticides
Ensure adequate air quality.
Limit your exposure to and provide protection for yourself from information-carrying radio waves produced by cell phone towers, base stations, phones and Wi-Fi stations.
Avoid fried and charbroiled food; instead, eat a diet high in fiber.
Work on your emotional health and balance. Even the CDC states that 85% of disease is caused by your emotions.
Eat an 80% vegetarian diet with lots of raw food.
STOP smoking! Stop drinking pop!!
Detoxify the body on a regular basis, and reduce stress.
Last, but not least, investigate safe screening techniques, such as Thermography and the estronex 2/16 urine test for breast cancer risk assessment.
Carl C. Pfeiffer, MD, PhD "For every drug that benefits a patient, there is a natural substance that can achieve the same effect." — Pfeiffer's Law