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Take cancer prevention seriously

Note from Carolyn:
The one thing I don't completely agree with is the need to cut out all meat and dairy. I feel moderation and being choosey about them will work just as well.
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Perhaps the number one reason to take cancer prevention seriously is that cancer often grows in the body for twenty years before it is detected. That means that people diagnosed with cancer in their thirties started growing it in their teens. If they're diagnosed in their forties, it's probably been around since their twenties. This means two things. One, lifestyle habits are both so toxic and off-based for what the human body requires that lots of people are getting sick way before even what we think of as their time. Second, it means that there is plenty of time to address the problem while it's small and manageable. So, what can you do?

One of the most important things you can do is to keep your diet vegetarian, omit dairy, and keep processed foods to a minimum or leave them out all together. Processed foods aren't natural for us, so with time and quantity, they'll cause problems. And with GMOs so heavily dispersed in them, they're far worse now than even twenty years ago.

The best cancer prevention diet centers around fruits, vegetables, seeds, nuts, and herbs. Adding in lots of mushrooms is great too. While you don't have to do all raw all the time, as much of it that you can is your best bet too.

There is so much research on these foods for cancer and disease prevention that it's mind-boggling, although most of it centers around one food or another. But, if you start to add it all up, it becomes clear what the diet is that prevents most diseases, and it's a diet from nature that doesn't include meat or dairy.

Adding lots of broccoli, greens, beets, and cabbage while omitting GMO foods, like corn, is also a good idea. And if you get into juicing, you can deliciously consume far more of these key foods than most people can eat.

Then, get lots of sunshine too. There is an abundance of information that adequate vitamin D levels prevent cancer and other diseases, so make weekends your sun time and have lunch outside when you can too. The reality that humans spend so much time indoors is also unnatural for us. The fact is most of the diseases we suffer from weren't around a few thousand years ago, or if they were, they were rare. So, what does this tell us? Our unnatural diets and lifestyles are creating them.

Aside from diets that are sugared, carb laden, and processed, many chemicals in the air, water, and the products around us are also known to cause cancer and other diseases. And while a plant-based diet is detoxifying, there's a lot more you can do too. Getting into enemas, particularly coffee enemas, to clean the waste from your liver is also key.

It's actually thought that our liver, our prime detoxification organ, has become largely a storage site for toxins that our bodies are unable to remove. Plus, there are all of those toxic chemicals that are always in our blood and found by any scientist who looks - and those chemicals are known to cause cancer and pretty much any disease imaginable. But the good news is: the solution to remove them is for anyone who takes the steps.

Other than that, just avoid as many chemicals as you can. The truth is, you'll overt a lot of suffering with a lifestyle program like this, and you'll also find yourself happier on a day to day basis too. This is because a lot of the stuff you'll avoid negatively affects our brains and emotions.


Kim Evans - Natural News
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