posted on May, 1 2012 @ 07:42 AM
reply to post by troubleshooter
It looks like there are four basic ways to fight cancer cells and tumor cells. Cut off the blood vessel growth in them, Trigger the immune system to
fight them, Use chemicals or radiation to kill them, Strengthening the body and eating occasional triggers to stimulate the body to fight cancer when
it is tiny.
Our food is messed up, they constantly put stuff in or on it to depress the immune system so we don't have reactions to the food. This policy is
allowed and possibly even encouraged by the FDA. The Histamine reactions actually trigger our bodies to fight cancer, cancer cells can't be detected
by our bodies well. Blocking these reactions gives us cancer. These chemicals used are not toxic to the body as their research says, but the side
effects cause many problems. A lot smaller percentage of people with asthma and allergies get cancer, their bodies are constantly triggered by the
Asthma to fight cancer. We are babying ourselves too much.
Another thing that's important, they are saying Isotheocyanates are anticancer. They are but too much use of them can be toxic also. They reduce
Iodine uptake, their usually cox 2 inhibitors that cause heart/circulatory problems, and can cause cyanide toxicity in some individuals. Eating them
occasionally is good but eating that class of those foods too often is bad. Moderation is the clue. Craving is another clue. If you find yourself
staring at a food in the store, it may be that it's a clue to your needs. Learn to understand this. It's great.