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Health and Ghost Hunting?: The Danger of Asbestos Mesothelioma and How You Can Protect Your Health

Updated on December 30, 2012

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Mesothelioma cancer is a rare type of disease. It is caused by exposure to asbestos, which occur in places such as old buildings, old insulation in homes and office buildings, and construction zones. Paranormal investigators are at risk for this as they like to go into abandoned buildings to determine if there is paranormal activity. Many of these buildings breed asbestos. Military branches like the Navy seem to have the highest amount of exposure. Asbestos are present in boiler rooms, engine rooms, sleeping quarters, and other naval vessels. People that have had an enormous exposure to asbestos, usually don’t have symptoms show up until much later in their lives. alimta and cisplatin has been shown to have promising results against mesothelioma. However, like all medicines, they’ve been shown to have side effects such as vomiting, diarrhea, weakness, constipation, fatigue, nausea, loss of appetite, hair loss, and mouth sores. There is another way. Natural supplements have been shown to be promising as well, and don’t have any side effects. These supplements have been shown to be effective against cancer and it could help with mesothelioma cancer as well. Take a look:

Apple Cider Vinegar and Baking Soda- Has been shown to reduce acidity and increase alkalinity in the body allowing more oxygen use. Also has been shown to prevent any further lung damage.

Chlorella- This anti-cancer agent has numerous benefits. It balances your body’s pH(people with mesothelioma have high acidity), strengthens the immune system, cleanses the blood, detoxifies the body of heavy metals and pesticides, and is a complete food. You can take as much as 5-20 grams a day.

CoQ10- Powerful antioxidant that protects the body from free radicals.It Is capable of significantly slowing down tumor growth. Get the ubiquinol form of CoQ10. This form is 100% absorbable.

Colloidal Silver- Helps clear the lungs and could play a significant role in the removal of asbestos. Having colloidal silver present in the body increases stem cells. Increases stem cells means that the lungs can regrow and get rid of old mucus and tissues along with the asbestos.

Green Tea- Has been shown to be very effective in cancer treatments. Contains the combination of caffeine, catechins, polyphenols (Shown to be more effective than vitamin C and E), and the very effective antioxidant EGCG. These four prevent asbestos from developing cancer. Lungs are very vulnerable by asbestos particles. Green tea helps the body grow new healthy cells and prevent cancer cells from spreading.

Omega 3 EFA’s- Has been shown to be very effective killing cancer cells. Docosahexanoic acid (DHA), an omega 3 EFA (essential fatty acids), has been shown reduce tumors and enhance cisplatin, the chemotherapy drug.

Selenium- Essential mineral and cancer fighter shown to be somewhat effective against malignant mesotheliomas (MMs) inhibiting cell growth of MMs. Selenium is also able to protect healthy cells and kill cancer cells before they can grow and multiply. Dosage is usually around 200 mcg-1000 mcg. Consult your doctor before taking selenium. Some cancer patients can’t take as much as 400 mcg a day. Some cancer patients can take 2000 mcg when spread out.

Stevia- A plant that contains natural sweeteners that has been shown to have a very high alkaline blance. People with mesothelioma have been shown to have a very acidic pH balance.

Turmeric- Derived from curcumin and a cancer fighter, studies have shown that turmeric is capable of suppressing mesothelioma cells. This could be because it’s a powerful anti-inflammatory and because of it’s extremely potent antioxidant properties.


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      Nancy Yager 

      5 years ago from Hamburg, New York

      What great suggestions for all of us not just ghost hunters.


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