Did you know that half of all Americans will eventually be diagnosed with cancer at some point in their lives? HALF.
That means, it’s a flip of the coin whether or not you’ll be one of them. Too many of us are complacent about those odds, believing not much can be done to change what we collectively believe is an inevitable fact of American life. Cancer, we’re told, is random, it’s genetic, and sooner or later, it’s going to get us.
But the truth is, a cancer diagnosis doesn’t have to be a 50/50 proposition. Modern medicine has been claiming for years that a cure is around the corner.
So what if you could up the odds to nearly 100% – a 100% chance you WON’T end up with cancer?
Instead of embracing pink ribbons and joining the ‘race for the cure’, perhaps we’d all be better served by a race to stop cancer in its tracks, before it has a chance to grab hold of us.
PREVENTION IS KEY
The majority of cancers we see developing are heavily influenced by our lifestyle choices, addictions and toxins.
It might seem at first glance that it’s not possible. But consider the standard American diet: which includes eating on the run, lots of processed GMO foods, rBGH dairy, and animal products. The list continues with fake foods high in starches, toxic oils, chemicals, synthetics, and artificial ingredients. With an acidic lifestyle, it’s very hard for the body to get the optimal nutrition it needs to stay well. Staying on this course makes conditions ripe for cancer to develop.cancer-october-pink-ribbon
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Preventing cancer requires increasing beneficial antioxidants and phytochemicals and completely eliminating the toxins.
So, sure… we can race for the cure all we want. But if we put more effort into a push for prevention, there wouldn’t be so much of a need for a toxic treatment. Some of the most serious health problems of our time, are endocrine and metabolic related. As a Certified Integrative Holistic Health Coach, I specialize in these.