Is your body a friendly home for cancer cells?

Don’t get me wrong, I’m not telling anyone it’s their own fault if they get cancer.  I know there are genetic and environmental contributors of course.  But I just found out that everyone has cancer cells in their body at some point in their lives.  Usually our bodies kill them, and we never know they were there.  We CAN control whether or not we give those cells a friendly, nurturing environment in which to thrive.

Leslie Kirchmeier, cancer survivor, shares part of her story:

I calmly asked my oncologist three questions:

My first question:  Is it true that if I have an alkaline pH level, cancer cannot survive in my body?

My oncologist said:  That’s true.

My second question:  Is it true that if I have a lot of oxygen in my body, cancer cannot survive?

My oncologist said:  Yes, that’s true.

My third question:  Is it true that cancer feeds on sugar?

My oncologist said:  Yes, that’s true.

I was shocked!  He knew this all along and never told me?!  I was upset, but what could I say?  Come to think of it, maybe I should have asked him, “If you knew this all along, why did you have that big candy jar in your chemotherapy room?”  Or, “Why were there chocolates available for cancer patients as they walked down the hall to radiation therapy?”

Instead, I thanked the doctor for his help, and walked away knowing exactly what to do:  (1) eat more alkaline foods like vegetables and fruit, (2) drink more water and exercise more to get more oxygen in my body, and (3) remain steadfast in rejecting sugar and other processed foods.

Eight years later (after having an inoperable tumor disappear and still being told she had 1-5 years to live), she remains cancer free.

Read the rest of her story here:

On page 6 of the above link, I found some more shocking research:

Maybe some sober science will help motivate you. In a case-control study reported in 1994 it was found that children who typically ate 12 hotdogs or more a month had 9.5 times the risk for childhood leukemia as those who ate less than four hotdogs per month. Fathers’ typical consumption of 12 hot dogs per month prior to conception also contributed an 11-fold increased risk. Households where the dad and child both ate 12 or more hotdogs per month had a 19.8-fold increase in childhood leukemia.1 You never hear of 20-fold increases in risk, because they are seldom found. It’s like a smoking gun, cause and effect.

Hosea 4:6 says: My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge

Take control of your own health!  Educate yourself.  Make a life change now.  Don’t wait for tragedy to strike.  Start making your body an unfriendly place for cancer today!

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