How To RAPIDLY GROW Cancer Cells!

New scientific research has confirmed that inflammation plays a major role in virtually all cancers.1 It has been shown that inflammation makes cancer much more aggressive, more invasive, and more likely to metastasize. Unfortunately, once a cancer metastasizes, the chance for a cure is no better than 5 to 10 percent, even with the most aggressive conventional treatments such as surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation.

Inflammation is the stimulus for conversion of normal cells to cancer cells and for the worsening of the prognosis of existing cancers.2-4 So, with this fact in mind, it would behoove us to avoid lifestyle practices that could increase bodily inflammation. The following is a list of daily practices to support anti-inflammatory strategies:

  • Dramatically decrease sugar and high-glucose food intake.
  • Decrease consumption of pro-inflammatory omega-6 oils, and increase intake of omega-3 oils.
  • Decrease exposure to environmental industrial chemicals, especially pesticides, herbicides, and fungicides.
  • Include supplements in your diet that have cancer-inhibiting effects (plant extracts, herbs, root extracts, and selected vegetables).
  • Remove chemical additives, preservatives, flavorings, and colorings from your diet.

 

And always remember to keep your nerve system clear of interference so your body and cancer fighting immune system can work at its best. GET ADJUSTED REGULARLY!

 

In addition, I would love to share all of our Elevation Health anti-disease and anti-inflammatory strategies with you at our upcoming Cancer Prevention Blockbuster workshop event being held on Monday, April 16th. Please join us for this critical night of knowledge and empowerment. Everybody deserves a chance at preventing this deadly killer. Bring your friends and family to this life-transforming experience. I promise they will thank you for bringing them along. Register with our office today (407-333-2277).

 

  1. Mantovani, A., Nature 2005; 435:752-53
  2. De Visser, K.E. and Coussens, L.M., Contributions to Microbiology 2006; 13:118-37
  1. Balkwill, F. and Montovanni, A., Lancet 2001; 357:539-45
  2. Peek, R.M., et. al., Cancer Research 2005; 65:8583-86