Every time a cell replicates, mistakes are made which differentiate it from the original. The more they replicate, the more mistakes. It’s like making a copy of a copy of a copy.....After enough copies, it is hard to recognize the original.
And that’s what cancer is — a genetic mistake typically borne from too many copies. The more you eat, the more likely (frequently) your cells are to replicate. Some foods are worse than others, with sugar being near the top of the bad list.
Doctors, hospitals and the entire medical/pharma industry don’t get paid without sick people. Think about it.
What role does the immune system play in your analysis?
If you do a genetic test on a cancer cell, you will find abnormal numbers of chromosomes. Cancer replicates at random and with excessive chromosomes. And cancer kills because the bad cells push out the normal cells trying to do their job anywhere in the body. I am not sure about the sugar connection, but I certainly can reduce/eliminate most of the sugars I take in.
Yes. Our whole health care system is designed to keep people sick and spending their money in a hopeless quest to find healing.
They go broke if they make us well, or cure us. It's one of the reasons I decided to go the alternative route from my very first diagnosis.
Besides, the oncologist's recommended course of treatment was a death sentence.