General questions about why you can get cancer
Ask yourself these questions: If you have been diagnosed with cancer, sit down and think about why this is happening to you. What could be the reason? Could it be psychosomatic? Cancer could be caused by stress, emotional and traumatic events, psychological damage, pollution, bad eating habits, exposure to radiation and many other factors or a combination. You need to get down to the root cause and treat the cause not the symptoms. Try and relieve emotional burden and stress. A positive and optimistic attitude can make all the difference in your recovery.
You will find the triggering factor. Think about your options and choose the one that suits you best. Do as much research as possible on alternative treatments. Your life is at stake, don’t let others influence you. It is also important to pay attention to nutrition and correct nutritional imbalances and deficiencies of trace elements, vitamins and building blocks. Aim for optimal nutrition which should be a plant based diet consisting mainly of raw veggies and fruits. Probiotics and gut health are a crucial start in your diet.
– Strengthening the immune system and regain control over your immune system so you can fight cancer
– Avoid white flour, refined sugars and all sugars for that matters. White rice, pasta and carbs as well as cured and processed meat products
– Reduce or stop all sugary drinks and sodas as cancerous cells feed off white refined sugar. Avoid white refined sugar in any shape or form.
– Pay attention to iron intake. Cancer cells exhibit an increased dependence on iron compared with normal cells.
– Eat lots of vegetables, leafy greens and fruits.
– 100% fruit juices, mainly from dark berries.
– Take Vitamin C, Selenium, Vitamin E and Vitamin B supplements.
– Daily exercise is important but if time does not permit, try to fit in a 30 minute walk per day. Cancerous cell do not like the oxygen-rich environment. High intake of Oxygen starves cancer cells.
Disclaimer! This is just general article based on research and not meant as medical advise or treat or prevent any particular illness.