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Tips For Preventing Cancer
Cancer is one of the most feared diseases of all time. There are so many different kinds of cancer that can strike both men and women, even children.
While modern medicine does claim a little success in eliminating some kinds of cancer, its failure rate is dastardly!
The American Cancer Society estimates that nearly 1,400,000 will be diagnosed with cancer in 2006. Over ½ million will die of cancer in 2006. In addition, it is believed that 41.28% of men and women born today will be diagnosed with cancer at some time during their lifetime. This is nearly one person in two.
As frightening as the statistics are, there is so much that we can all do to reduce our odds of being a victim of cancer!
Nobel prize winner, Dr. Otto Warburg, found that healthy cells obtain their energy from oxygen, while cancer cells get their energy from fermentation, or the production of sugars! Cancer is caused by an oxygen deficient, glucose-rich (sugar) environment. Cancer cannot exist when the body is flooded with aerobic oxygen!
The body needs to have a proper pH balance (potential Hydrogen) in order to be in optimum health. A higher pH is more alkaline and oxygen rich. A lower pH is more acid and deprived of oxygen. A pH of 7.0 or higher is alkaline. Below 7.0 is considered to be acidic.
Some basic guidelines for eating to help balance your pH include:
• Drink a lot of water.
Much great information and more detail on balancing the pH, plus guidelines for eating can be found at www.hopeforcancer.com
Other tips that may be beneficial to helping you prevent cancer, I believe, should include the following:
1. Get regular exercise.
In summary, if your body is healthy & you rarely get sick because you are practicing good health habits, your chances of avoiding the perils of cancer are excellent!
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