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Can Cancer Be Prevented And Cured?


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While the answer to the question regarding the cure for cancer remains not guaranteed even by the experts, there are still ways that this second deadliest disease can be prevented. After all, prevention is supposed to be better than the cure, right?

Cancer prevention can start by not using any products related to tobacco, by choosing to eat healthily, maintaining ideal weight, exercise, avoiding too much sun exposure, and discussing with your doctor regarding the new developments for cancer cure, prevention, and treatment. Still, there are other risk factors that may not be avoidable (i. e. genetic or hereditary conditions), it still pays that you know something on how you can attempt to prevent it from worsening or even starting.

According to Dr. Gerson, you can also incorporate proper eating habits in your diet in order to get cured from cancer.

In your search for an effective cure for cancer, you may have come across alternative treatments, too. Probably one of them being the Gerson diet. Basically, it is based on Dr. Max Gerson's belief that cancer and autoimmune diseases are commonly caused by malfunctions in the metabolism of your cells. By addressing these malfunctions, he stated that their restoration can be possible through a diet that is low in sodium and high in potassium.

The Gerson diet recommends a high consumption of fruits and vegetables without cooking them too much. Aside from that, the diet omits the consumption of animal products, fats, dairy products, and sugars. Dr. Gerson believed that in order to cure cancer, the body needs to undergo detoxification from agents that caused it to be susceptible to cancer cells and bacilli. Through detoxification brought about by the diet, your body can naturally eliminate those abnormal substances that have caused cancer.

The Gerson diet is considered by some as a natural yet powerful treatment that can boost the body's immune system that won't just heal cancer but also other diseases and disorders like allergies, arthritis, heart disease, etc.

You see, Dr. Gerson is known for his “Gerson Therapy", a metabolic therapy that utilizes a special diet including coffee enemas and supplements to cure terminal cancer patients. According to statistics, around 90%-95% of Dr. Gerson's cases were terminal but his cure rate was around 50%. This number is considered exceptional because he took into consideration all of his patients and not just the ones who were able to live longer for more than a year. Furthermore, this number is recognized to be higher compared to the typical medical treatments but still higher than the other forms of alternative cancer therapies.

Clara Nolt is a successful Internet marketer located in Indiana, USA, and has recently launched a new book. Clara is also a successful Internet Marketer & mentor, helping others to succeed online.


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