Here is what you should know and how to defend yourself!
Cancer is a sign of aweekend immune system.
According to Nick Delgado PHD, doctor of Endocrinology, Hematology, & Physiology,
“In almost ALL cases of cancer there high levels of reactive oxygen toxic species from oxidative stress and free radicals.”
Where do oxidative stress and free radicals come from?
If you are…
Eating foods loaded with pesticides (not organic), artificial sweeteners, additives, colors and moreor even worse, genetically modified by scientists (GMO)
Drinking water that has sat in plastic water bottles or even worse tap water loaded with chlorine, fluoride and other chemicals
Breathing air filled with car exhaust, smoke, chemicals from cleaning products in your home, and other pollutants
Living near and around electrical wires or putting your cell phone on your body, near your ear or in your bra, which my cousin did and ended up with breast cancer in the Exact location she kept her cell phone.
In a constant state of stress and overwhelm
You are inviting oxidative stress and free radicals to enter your body and live happily ever after!
Scientists have found that yes, some people have genes that put them at a higher risk of getting cancer AND your environment is actually MORE Important than your genes!
Why is this?
Each one of our nearly 100 trillion cells in our body is performing 100,000 chemical reactions a second…Wow!
Things don’t always go as planned and thus, you get mutated cells.
The Great thing is our cells know this happens and have a defense built into them where they actually commit suicide (apoptosis) to protect the body. Awesome!
The problem is when the cell has a mutation that turns off it’s ability to kill itself or not recognize something is wrong and it continues to move through the body that is when it starts to move toward being cancerous. =-/
What can you do?
Since cancer is a sign of a weekend immune system and…
80%Of The Health Of Immune System Is In Your GUT,
Support Your Immune System by Doing ADetox!
If you are…
Not eliminating solid waste regularly (2-3 times a day)