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Follow These Tips to Prevent Cancer

Updated on March 21, 2018

Among the plethora of interesting articles about cancer treatments and alternatives, a distinct piece from Jamaican-native Paul Richards stands out. In his article, he argues that viruses, plagues, surrounding environments, and unhealthy lifestyles are the leading causes of cancer.

Cancer is such a complex disease due to the fact that we are constantly bombarded with a variety of chemical pollutants. These pollutants often inhabit our foods, drinking water, and the very air we breathe. It has come to a point where they have occupied some of the most industrialized countries in the world, the United States and Europe included.

The Perpetrator Behind the US and Europe’s Problem

Factories responsible for creating shampoos or soaps are not necessarily the culprit behind the US and Europe’s demise, but rather, the unceasing production and profitability of prescription drugs, as opposed to inexpensive traditional herbal remedies. Pharmaceutical companies often bite off more than they can chew all because of their unquenchable thirst for money. The herbal remedies seem too good to be true and are relatively inexpensive, urging pharmaceutical companies to mute the voices of alternative treatments as much as possible. It’s a fact that manufactured drugs can be incredibly toxic, and therefore, very harmful and even deadly to us human beings. Whatever game they are playing only proves that they care more about money than people. More and more cancer patients are dying every day because they cannot afford drugs that are branded to save their lives.

China’s Solution

China is known for dabbling in all natural alternative medicines for various illnesses. Not only that, but their diet usually consists of fruits, vegetables, nuts, and water. Less healthy selections such as salt, sugar, powdered seasoning, artificial flavorings, hardly ever drench their meals. On the other hand, Americans and Europeans seldom prepare a balanced meal and are surrounded by fast food joints. Their usual meals often consist of fat, oil, sugar, salt, powder seasoning, artificial flavoring, and so on.

Although opting for healthy selections at the grocery store can't always guarantee cancer prevention, it might still help reduce your risk. Consider these guidelines:

  • Prepare meals with natural or organic seasonings as to artificial ones

  • Maintain a healthy, balanced diet

  • Quench your thirst with water, not sodas and sugary juices

  • Incorporate exercise into your daily routine

  • Take the weight off your shoulders by taking a vacation at least twice a year

  • Detoxify every night by drinking lime or lemon juice mixed with a bit of baking soda

  • Visit your doctor as regularly as possible

  • End toxic lifestyles by staying with one sex partner and practicing good hygiene

  • Avoid drowning yourself in bad habits like smoking and drinking

  • Exude positivity and push away negative energy

  • Opt for herbal remedies to cure illnesses instead of pharmaceutical drugs

  • Educate yourself by investing in books about alternative treatments, or by browsing about the topic online

Aside from the guidelines stated above, don’t be afraid to go the extra mile and convert your toxic body back to its natural state. Bacteria, viruses, and germs love acid and will continue to thrive unless we dispose of those that trigger their existence.

Change Your Habits Today

Sweets, junk foods, sodas, white flour, white rice, red peas and the like are delicious treats every once in awhile, but remember that too much of anything is never a good thing. Start living a healthier lifestyle by eating leafy vegetables, fruits, brown rice, nuts, coconut products, and organic foods that make up the colors of the rainbow. Not only are they amazing sources of nutrients, they might also reduce your risk of developing cancer. Take Paul’s word for it; we should take control of our own health and happiness.

© 2017 Fredda Branyon


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