Cancer is the leading cause of deaths worldwide claiming 8.2 million lives per year.
Prevention is the key. There are key lifestyle changes that should be part of your cancer prevention program.
Butt out. Tobacco is the world's leading cause of cancer-related illness and death. Tobacco kills about 6 million people each year. 20% of the world's population still smokes. It's not just lung cancer - cigarette smoke causes many types of cancer because of direct deposits in the lungs and circulating tobacco smoke components.
Bottoms up. Alcohol turns to acetaldehyde and creates a toxic effect on our genes. Drinking is not to your health because it increases oxidative stress, estrogen concentrations and affects folate metabolism and DNA repair. Alcoholic beverages cause cancers in the oral cavity, pharynx, larynx, esophagus, liver, colorectum and female breast.
Body fat is not benign. It increases the risk for esophagus, colon, pancreas, endometrium, kidney and post-menopausal breast cancer. Eliminate the processed foods especially meat as this is a risk for colorectal cancer. It makes sense to plan your diet around fruits and vegetables to get specific phytonutrients. I am not a supporter of whole grains because I have seen too many patients with derranged intestinal microbiome. Gut repair is key to synchronize biochemical signaling. Exercise daily. 45 minutes of moderate intensity reduces your risk of several cancers and cardiovascular disease.
Sugar is not so sweet. New studies are exposing the dangerous truth about sugar consumption and how it is linked to cancer.
Take XYMOGEN's OncoPlex ES, Curcumin Plus, Green Tea 600, DIMension as part of your cancer prevention program. Everyone starts their day with ProbioMax DF Daily. Cancer prevention is part of a healthy lifestyle.
Dr. Enzenbacher and I are part of a worldwide research team to compile clinical data using ozone and scorpion venom in the treatment of cancer.