There are only two main reasons why we get cancer.
1. Toxicity from our food and the environment. When have been exposed to too many toxins, this creates an unhealthily acidic environment in the body that weakens the immune system and causes our organs to stop working up to their full potential. Acidity creates a breeding ground for cancer.
2. Stress. Stress can be mental, emotional, or physical. When we are put under pressure for a short period, we can recover from it reasonably quickly. But when the pressure is unrelenting, our resources eventually become depleted and we are less resilient to the effects of stress.
Toxic exposure is a form of physical stress. Lack of sleep is another. Overworking for an extended period is yet another. These things make the body vulnerable to illness.
Mental stress includes negative thoughts, those that circulate in your own head as a result of your belief system or those that come from ongoing exposure to criticism. Sadness and anxiety make us more vulnerable to illness.
Emotional stress includes wounds from traumas in your past that haven’t healed yet, which could trigger you now. If you had a car crash, lost your job, are mourning the loss of a loved one, or are in the middle of a divorce or breakup, this could be an emotional stress factor too.
The impact of chronic stress can be reduced by eating nutritious foods, implementing new thought processes, praying, getting adequate sleep, and spending time with people you care about talking and having fun.
Knowing that toxicity and stress make us more susceptible to cancer, you can see the importance of making changes in your life to cancel them out. In this book, you will learn how to do so using the incredible power of nutrition.
My aim is to empower you with knowledge of ingredients and recipes.
by liana werner-gray
Hi. I am a Health researcher bringing you honest information about cancer healing treatments and foods that kill (and cause) cancer! I love diving into the scientific studies that show this research.