Cancer Prevention — Vitamin B17, Nutrition, Exercise & Chronic Stress
Traditional cancer treatment may sometimes be effective, but there are also natural, non-toxic treatments that can fight cancer. One of them...
An interesting fact about cancer that a lot of people don’t know is that humans consistently produce cancer cells. However, a healthy immune system quickly destroys these cells and prevents this normal process from going out of control.
If the body’s defense can not destroy the cancer cells, they can develop into a noticeable tumor.
Cancer is responsible for over 7.5 million deaths every year, worldwide.
The industry treating cancer is one of the largest branches of medical care, spending billions of dollars every year treating the disease.
Many caregivers today look at how strengthening the immune system can reduce the rates of treatable cancers. This style of health care is centered on prevention, encouraging the body to treat itself naturally.
Prevent Cancer Naturally
It goes without saying that when it comes to cancer we want to be preventative rather than reactive. According to statistics, 1 in 2 men and 1 in 3 women will have a cancer diagnosis in their lifetime.
That is why it’s important to help your immune system eliminate cancer cells when they first form, before they become harmful.
There are three keys in preventing cancer: nutrition, exercise and stress.
1. Nutrition is key
Healthy nutrition is not always what foods you should eat but also what to avoid, and it’s quite simple.
Foods to eat more of:
- organic raw fruits and vegetables
- organic nuts and grains
- organic fish (not from the Pacific)
- organic, grass fed meat
Foods to avoid:
Sweat your toxins out. The skin is the main way your body detoxifies. Exercise at least 3 times per week, for about 45 minutes.
In a study done on 500.000 women, Dr. Bernstein was able to show that women who exercise for 4 hours per week had up to 50% less chances of developing breast cancer.
Since then, even more evidence has emerged to suggest that regular exercise does indeed help to cut risk of cancer.
3. Chronic stress
Chronic stress plays a prominent role in cancer growth and progression. Stress and related hormones can stimulate what’s called angiogenesis, or the blood supply to the tumors. This helps the tumor to grow.
A 2010 study concluded that human and mice cancer cells under the stress hormone norepinephrine, promote growth and metastasis.
A different study found, mice bearing human tumors under stressful conditions were more likely to grow their tumor cells than in less stressful circumstance.
Vitamin B17 VS. Traditional Cancer Treatment
When treating cancer, the main focus should be on the restoration of the immune system, so that it functions properly and destroys cancer cells naturally.
Chemotherapy is effective at killing cancer cells but, unfortunately, it also kills healthy cells in the process, hence damaging the immune system.
Luckily, there are alternative treatments that kill cancer cells and restore the immune system at the same time.
Vitamin B 17 ( laetrile or amygdalin) is one of the most popular alternative treatments out there. One of the primary books that was written on this treatment was called “World without cancer” by G. Edward Griffin.
Edward studied a group of Indians who lived in Pakistan and realized that they had never had any incidence of cancer. The reason behind that was mostly because a big part of their diet included a lot of apricot seeds, which are heavy in vitamin B17.
In the molecule of vitamin B17 there are two molecules of glucose and one molecule of each Hydrogen Cyanide and Benzaldehyde.
Cyanide and Benzaldehyde are toxic poisons. The good thing is they are not toxic unless they are unlocked. Inside the human body they are unlocked only when the cancer cells produce an enzyme called Beta-Glucosidase. That causes them to literally obliterate the cancer cells.
Now in combination with immune boosting nutrition and supplements, vitamin b 17 can be a great alternative cancer treatment. (Reference 1, Reference 2)
Food rich in Vitamin B17:
- Apricot seeds
- Seeds from: apples, cherries, peaches
- Lima beans
- Fava Beans
By Filip Gjorgoski, DreamcatcherReality.com
About the author: Filip Gjorgoski is a Staff Writer for DreamcatcherReality.com. Filip is also a nutrition enthusiast. He believes that the secret to long and healthy life is achieved only through proper nutrition.