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Cancer causes & prevention

The World Health Organization (WHO) lays out cancer causes as: physical carcinogens (such as ultraviolet and ionizing radiation), chemical carcinogens (such as asbestos, components of tobacco smoke, food & drinking water contaminants) and biological carcinogens (such as infections from certain viruses, bacteria or parasites). 

Physical and chemical carcinogens are tied to our lifestyle choices like - where we live, quality of air we breathe, the food we eat, water we drink and anything else we allow into our bodies.  The majority of our food and water has been tainted with chemicals before reaching us. Our meats stocks are shot with steroids and antibiotics, our vegetables sprayed with pesticides and preservatives, and our water supplies are treated with chemicals.  Our bodies have become the end user and storage for all of these toxins. A 2005 study by the Center for Disease Control found 148 chemicals in the blood and/or urine of average Americans.  A more recent study a 2008 by the Environmental Working Group found 232 chemicals and pollutants in the umbilical cords of newborn infants.  It is becoming increasing hard to avoid chemicals in our modern age.  That is why detoxification must be a staple in the practice healthy living.


Cancer starts in a single cell, transforms from a pre-cancer lesion to a malignant tumor, and then begins to spread to other cells.  That process is largely dependent on the pH balance in the body and what carcinogens the body is exposed to. Acidity in the body sets the proper environment for cancer while added carcinogens act as an accelerant to the process. Both elements can be avoided with proper vigilance, diet, detoxification and health practices.

77% of all new cancer cases are found in people 55 years of age or older.  Doctors believe this is because of the continuous exposure to environmental toxins and carcinogens.  If gone unchecked, this unyielding exposure to toxins will manifest as various cancers.  It is estimated that 30% of all cancer case could be prevented by modifying and avoiding key risk factors.  Risk factors like- tobacco use, exposure to sunlight, air pollution, monitoring household use of solid fuels, HPV vaccination and maintaining a healthy diet, are all lifestyle choices all under your control.  Between managing these risk factors, keeping a balanced pH, detoxification, a healthy diet with exercise, all of us can prevent cancer.

Early Detection

Early detection was helped the effectiveness of cancer treatments exponentially.  Treatments have been vastly more successful while the cancer is still localized.  30% of the overall cancer cases could be more effectively treated with early detection.  Early detection is usually a product of screening programs or personal vigilance for signs of cancer.  Screens like mammograms and pap-smears are where doctors pre-empt the physical signs of cancer and search on a molecular level to find any cancerous or pre-cancerous cells.  Screens are the first level of detection and personal detection is the next level.  Recognizing cancer signs like lumps, sores, bleeding or persistent coughing can help doctors to catch the cancer in the very early stages.  Both of these practices provide the optimal chance of defeating the cancer before it grows stronger in the body.



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Cancer Causes and Prevention
  • World Health Organization points out the cancer causes as physical and chemical carcinogens
  • Most of our environments are saturated with carcinogens
  • The spread of cancer is largely dependent on the pH balance in the body
  • Early detection and screening are effective tool in cancer prevention.
Cancer Facts

Approximately 13% (or 7.5 million) of the worldís deaths are attributed to cancer every year.


Importance of a balanced pH

Research has shown that the body in an alkaline state doesnít support bacterial growth, viral growth and most importantly, cancer growth.  Cancer cells thrive in an acidic environment but cannot survive in an alkaline environment, showing the importance of putting our bodies into an alkaline state.