Lifestyle and Cancer: Part 3 of 3

Dump the Four Culprits: The big four are responsible for most of the degenerative disease in our society, including cancer. The four culprits include refined sugar, white flour products, processed vegetable oils, and excess animal protein.

To prevent cancer, getting off the big four is mandatory. They support the initiative, growth, and metastasis of cancer. The best way is to reduce and eventually eliminate all refined, processed foods.

Follow the Natural Whole Foods Way: To prevent cancer, you have to switch to an anti-cancer, natural, whole foods way that is primarily plant-based. A diet high in fresh fruits and vegetables, organic or local, is very effective in preventing cancer.

Add to this, moderate amounts of essential fats, primarily from flax, hemp, fish, and olive oils, quality proteins from cold, deep water fish, wild game, organic beef, free-range eggs, rice and yellow peas, as well as some non-gluten grains such as brown rice, millet, and quinoa.

Increase your Oxygen Consumption: Next, increase your oxygen uptake through consistent movement, aerobic exercise, and deep breathing. When you improve your oxygen levels you prevent cancers from taking hold because cancers can not thrive in an oxygen-rich environment.

Jettison any Prolonged Stress: In addition, too much stress suppresses the immune system and weakens its ability to fight off disease. Chronic stress is one of the leading causes of the body becoming acidic, which means stress can be one of the leading causes of virtually every disease caused by bacteria, viruses, and cancers thrive in an acidic environment.

Meditation, stretching, walking, rebounding, yoga, and relaxation music are effective ways to reduce stress.

Learn to Live within our Evolutionary Boundaries: Our body's current immune, detoxification, and elimination systems are just not up to the task of handling junk, convenience, and processed foods because these foods are new to human evolution. To effect major change, future evolution will have to continue for tens of thousands of years. In the meantime, we have to learn to live within our current, biological limits.

Follow a diet and lead a lifestyle according to the genetic code that was set some 50,000+ years ago. Nothing has changed since then. Our cells are still looking for plenty of the same nutrients, as well as an abundance of oxygen.

Let them have the raw materials they need and you will reap the reward of healthy cells through your body.

Probably 50,000 years from now, when our bodies have adapted at the cellular level, we will be able to handle a steady diet of fries, cookies, tarts, sugar, pop, and other processed foods. Up until then, we are stuck with what we've got, and the above foods are deadly, metabolic poisons. Not poisonous like from a snake bite, but toxic over time. They wreak havoc inside our bodies and initiate degenerative diseases.

According to Seneca The Younger (5 BC – AD 65), "We should conduct ourselves not as if we bought to live for the body, but as if we could not live without it." Treat your body as a temple, and not like a dumping grounds. The rewards will be the prevention of disease and building superior health.

Source by Jim Safianuk

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