April 23, 2017

12 Steps to Reduce Yor Risk of Cancer by Charlene Day

12 Steps to Reduce Yor Risk of Cancer by Charlene Day

April is cancer month so I thought it is important to address this before the month is over. We are in a situation where 1 in 2 people will be diagnosed with cancer at some point in their life. Back in the fifties, it was 1 in 80.

60% of cancers are preventable according to the American Cancer Society. Science has proven that diseases are not “caught” but are caused by what we eat or don’t eat, and by the accumulation of a “toxin-load” from a polluted world.

More than 95% of all chronic disease is caused by food choices, toxic food ingredients, nutritional deficiencies and lack of physical exercise. In 1970 North Americans spent 7.2 Billion on fast food. In 2016 North Americans spent 200 Billion on fast food.

Every minute 10 million cells in your body divide to create new cells. Usually, this process occurs at the right time and in the right way. However, if the cell division process is defective, then cancer cells may be produced. Nutritional deficiencies, toxic chemicals, imbalanced hormones, stress, radiation, and heavy metals are some of the causes of a defective division process.

12 steps to reduce your risk of cancer.

Step 1: Healthy food choices. This will involve aiming for healthier foods, eliminating non-foods, staying hydrated and focusing on “clean eating”.

Step 2: Drink optimal pure water. Get the “Clean Water” water pitcher from Shaklee. It reduces contaminants that affect your health. Much more the leading brands, and comes with contaminant reduction claims that are certified.

Step 3: Lifestyle changes. Exercise often and get adequate rest. Stress also dramatically increases the need for nutrients as does the increased toxin exposure which requires more antioxidant protection.

Step 4: Reduce toxic exposure. it just takes 26 seconds for the chemicals in your personal care products to enter your bloodstream. Take a look at what is in your products including your cleaning products.

Step 5: Supplement with high-quality supplements. Supplementation is essential these days due to hectic lifestyles that make it hard to eat right and our devitalized soil creates deficiencies.

Step 6: Include quality, non-GMO, raw-processed soy protein in the diet daily. Make sure it is water-washed soy and that the anti-thyroid/anti-growth enzyme is removed.

Step 7: Increase your antioxidants. Every day your cells are bombarded with up to a million DNA assaults that can damage the cell’s genetic code and create a “typo” that compromises the cells function, causes cellular aging and increases the risk of cancer. The concentrated tonic “Vivix” undoes this damage.

Step 8: Support the production of Interferon in every cell in your body with the use of polysaccharides. The best way is through “NutriFeron” as it increases natural interferon.

Step 9: Optimize your Vitamin D3 Levels and decrease your risk of cancer by more than half.

Step 10: Optimize your Vitamin C, Vitamin E & Carotenoids to reduce your risk.

Step 11: Detoxify your body. There are many cleanses on the market but Alfalfa, OptiFlora, DTX, Herb-Lax and lots of water and fiber can be taken daily to detoxify.

Step 12: Laugh and love … express love for your fellow humans … hug someone today.

This just gives you some highlights. Contact me if you have any questions about any of the terms.

The bottom line – prevention is key.

To your good health!
Charlene

About the author 

Charlene

I’m a Canadian, gluten-free, tai chi loving, great-grandmother. I live in Ontario and love helping people get healthy again.   I use all the experience I have gained in the almost 5 decades to help you live a life full of vitality with great clarity and focus.

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