Tagged: cancer

Genetically modified people: what could possibly go wrong?

by Jon Rappoport

The war against cancer has painted a picture of hope: genetic solutions.

This, despite the fact that there are no successful genetic treatments, across the board, for any form of human cancer. Continue reading

Which causes cancer more quickly: cigarettes, diet soda or GMOs?

Some people believe that regularly smoking the 7,000 chemicals in commercial cigarettes is the quickest way to get cancer in the world. Other folks believe that artificial sweeteners, because they taste so sweet, trick the body into ingesting them and are the “Trojan horses” of the food industry, causing breast cancer and prostate cancer faster than any other food, drink or consumable chemical-laced product on the market. But then again, there’s GMOs. Genetically modified organisms contain pesticides that can kill nearly any living thing that consumes them, including insects, rats and, yes, humans. Pesticide is the umbrella name for herbicides, insecticides, fungicides, algaecides and even fertilizers meant to kill “pests” — hence the name.

There is really no measurement right now for how many GMOs are in foods, drinks and even cigarettes. Scientists who modify organism through gene insertion are apt to promote the corresponding pesticides, no matter whether humans are dying from them or not. Cigarettes, diet soda and GMOs — are you guilty of “consuming” all three daily? Then your clock is ticking! Continue reading

Frankincense oil: The essential oil that can stop cancer

By Twain Yobra

Researchers are now recognizing the effectiveness of essential oils at fighting and preventing cancer. Studies have been conducted on different essential oils to determine whether these oils fight cancer.

These oils have shown promising results, but essential oils won’t help you if they aren’t therapeutic grade. Most essential oils out there are poor quality. Make sure you buy your oils from a trusted seller.
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Researchers found that using vitamin C correctly in high doses kills cancer cells

by David Gutierrez of Natural News

One of the greatest controversies in oncology may have been resolved: Researchers may have discovered the reason that research into the effectiveness of high-dose vitamin C as a cancer treatment has been so mixed.
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The 20 biggest cancer lies we’re told by the cancer industry

My Mike Adams of Natural News

We’ve been taught all sorts of lies about cancer by the “cancer profiteers” — the institutions, cancer doctors, oncology centers and chemotherapy drug makers who profit from cancer. In order to keep their profits flowing, they have to keep us in the dark about cancer truths: How it originates, how it can be prevented and how it can even be reversed. Continue reading

Maitake: The “dancing mushroom” that helps prevent a whole host of diseases

By Geary Andrew

Maitake mushrooms have been used as both food and medicine in Asian cultures for many centuries, and are described as having a rich, earthy taste. The name maitake means “dancing mushroom” in Japanese. They are most common in the Northeastern areas of the United States and Canada. They also exist in hardwood forests in parts of Japan, China, and Europe. In North America, fresh and dried maitake mushrooms are available at some grocery stores and markets, and the extract maitake D-fraction is sold as a dietary supplement. Continue reading

Quercetin stops cancer cells in their tracks

Much to the chagrin of those “scientists” who’ve made recent claims that antioxidants may actually be “bad” for you, a new study has come forth to shine light on these disease-fighting powerhouses once again.

Quercetin has proven itself to be quite the cancer-fighting little polyphenol. In fact, it may be one of the most powerful cancer fighters we know of. Continue reading

The amazing healing benefits of pineapples

I recently started juicing my own organic pineapples and mixing it with ginger and lemon, to help soothe a cough. It was very effective …. it turns out largely because of a very potent digestive enzyme contained within pineapple called bromelain.

Now I’ve come across this article by John Philip containing even more good news about the healing benefits of bromelain. Continue reading

Cell phone radiation – is your cell phone killing your sperm?

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By Lloyd Burrell

Storing your cellphone in your pants pocket might be killing your sperm, and it might also explain the global drop in sperm count due to exposure to radio frequency (RF) electromagnetic radiation emitted by your cellphone, a new study suggests. Continue reading

The five best ways to resist belly fat as we age

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by Aurora Geib

Have you ever asked a real estate agent what’s the most critical factor when it comes to selling a house? Their answer was probably something you’ve heard before: “Location, location, location.” Well, oddly enough, when it comes to our health and being even a little overweight, that same, worn out real estate proverb is true, as well. Study after study has shown that where our bodies store fat is nearly as important as how much extra weight we’re holding onto. People whose bodies store more fat in their mid-sections face higher risks of heart disease, certain types of cancer, diabetes and even premature death than those who store extra weight in other ways. Continue reading

The Cancer Preventing Qualities of the Humble Walnut

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A special place in the treatment of various benign and malignant diseases is rightly awarded to the walnut.

In the experience of natural medicine and its successes as a treatment, we have been able to come to the conclusion that walnut is helpful for those with for oncology diseases. Continue reading

World Health Organization releases air pollution-related death numbers, says problem “far greater than previously thought”

environment-pollution-by-i-netgrafxBy Antonia

The World Health Organization (WHO) recently released a report citing that air pollution was the cause for over 7 million heart disease, respiratory disease, and cancer-related deaths in 2012, one-third of which were from developing Asian countries. Shockingly, the number is up significantly from just four years prior: in 2008, the number of air pollution-related deaths released by WHO were 3.2 million. Numbers take into consideration both outdoor pollution (AAP, or Ambient Air Pollution) and indoor pollution (HAP, or Household Air Pollution). Continue reading