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Originally posted by Nivcharah
I would recommend the following books by Jeff Primack:
"Conquering ANY Disease" and "Smoothie Formulas"
Both can be purchased on his website: qigong.com
If nothing else, at least it is worth a shot to try. You have nothing to lose and your whole life to gain.
Originally posted by Kemal
It will take some time to read all of it but it's definitely worth the effort and time. Thanks a lot! Is this available in other languages, too?
Originally posted by againuntodust
According to alot of the info, it would seem eating Indian food would prevent or cure cancer. Not the case in that country. Cancer rates seem to be extremely high over there - and I don't think GMO food is legal either, so it's not that. Maybe it's the Israeli's blowing off nukes in the area? I can't think of anything else.
Whats wrong with India? Whats wrong with our lifestyle and with our diet that we are suffering like this? True, we don’t exercise much, and we eat a lot of fatty food. At one time because of more poverty, people were forced to walk long distances, and consume a simple diet. And people were wiry, and thin. Perhaps that is why people still feel that being plump is a sign of good health and prosperity. Eating fried foods and not exercising has always been considered desirable. Desi ghee (clarified butter), dried fruits, pakodas (stuffed and fried lentil dish) …have it all for that was needed for health! But aspiring for it is one thing, actually eating like that on a regular basis is a recipe for disaster. A paunch is not a a sign of prosperity, but a sign of ill health. But unfortunately, this feeling is still not that common. My mother-in-law still urges me to eat desi ghee and drink full cream milk because she firmly believes its good for health. She has been diagnosed with breast cancer, and has had surgery, but she continues to eat this, sure that this is “good” food.
Originally posted by DevolutionEvolvd
Growth-stimulatory effect of resveratrol in human cancer cells.
Earlier studies have shown that resveratrol could induce death in several human cancer cell lines in culture. Here we report our observation that resveratrol can also promote the growth of certain human cancer cells when they are grown either in culture or in athymic nude mice as xenografts. At relatively low concentrations (
Originally posted by keithallenlaw
As far as doctors and big pharma are concerned. They have
one use and one use only. The ER room and that's it!
For one to constantly visit doctors and place their life
into their hands, and the hands of big pharma is foolish.
Originally posted by VneZonyDostupa
reply to post by soficrow
You're missing your own point, Soficrow.
Yes, according to the statistics collected in 1900, a smaller number of people died of cancer. However, cancer is not diagnosed with a light microscope anymore, it is diagnosed molecularly. We also have a broader classification of cancer now beyond just a visible tumor.
People who died of "unknown wasting" in 1900 would most likely have been diagnosed with cancer today, as would a lot of children who died early in life due to leukemia, a condition not well understoof in 1900.
Using similar logic, we could say that nearly every metabolic disorder has become epidemic-level since 1900, as we had no tests for them. A lack of diagnostic methods creates an artificially low number of cases, and the advent of such methods creates an artificial spike for a few years. It's a common issue in epidemiology.
Chronic diseases are now the major cause of death and disability worldwide. Noncommunicable conditions, including cardiovascular diseases (CVD), diabetes, obesity, cancer and respiratory diseases, now account for 59% of the 57 million deaths annually and 46% of the global burden of disease.
Chronic diseases—such as heart disease, cancer, and diabetes—are the leading causes of death and disability in the United States. Chronic diseases account for 70% of all deaths in the U.S., which is 1.7 million each year. These diseases also cause major limitations in daily living for almost 1 out of 10 Americans or about 25 million people.
Over 162 million cases of seven common chronic diseases — cancers, diabetes, heart disease, hypertension, stroke, mental disorders, and pulmonary conditions — were reported in The United States in 2003. These conditions shorten lives, reduce quality of life, and create considerable burden for caregivers.
An Unhealthy America: The Economic Impact of Chronic Disease
The point here is oxygen. GET IT! Get plenty of it. Along with quality rest, mental poise, and good ole fashion love & laughter. Speaking of laughter, there was a study done with cancer patients that was subjected to several hours a day of laughter and it showed positive results over the non laughter group.