Cancer - Page 2

Cancer is a disease of the mind, body, and spirit. A proactive and positive spirit will help the cancer warrior be a survivor. Anger, unforgiveness and bitterness puts our bodies into a stressful and acidic environment. Attitude is half the program for heath. Cancer cells cannot thrive in an oxygenated environment. The law of the universe says, “Where ever oxygen is, disease cannot be.” That is the law of our reality. Exercising daily, and deep breathing help to get more oxygen down to the cellular level. Oxygen therapy is another means employed to destroy cancer cells. Cell Power™ is the best over the counter product to get O2 into the blood. Wheat grass juice is the best food (juice) as the chlorophyll molecule is almost identical to the hemoglobin molecule. By volume, the chlorophyll content of fresh wheat grass juice is almost 70%.

One of the much-overlooked “minor” details of cancer cells is that they thrive in a low oxygen environment. When the body is not able to fully oxygenate, these cells must either die of asphyxiation and toxic build-up or they must devolve to a lower state of existence where they can live and grow without so much oxygen. They become cancerous because there is not enough oxygen for them to continue functioning normally.

The first point, above, I rightfully state that cancerous cells feed on sugar. Actually, all cells feed on glucose. Most people absolutely do not seem to understand the difference between what glucose and sucrose do to the blood. What most people are missing is that the sucrose (table sugar), the white flour products, the red meats, dairy products, coffee, candy and soda that the hospital provides its patients from the hospital kitchen and from the Coke and candy machines on every floor, are actually the junk foods that the patients, themselves, got sick on. What most people do not understand is the blood chemistry that these junk foods unbalance.

Everybody knows how to stick a toy balloon on the wall after rubbing it on your head. It will stick tightly during dry weather but maybe not at all during damp weather. This is because the electro-static charge is strong during dry weather but gets leaked away during damp weather. Well, the same principle applies to how oxygen sticks to the blood cells during oxygenation, but in an ionic fluid instead of in an electrostatic gas.

As blood cells pass through the lungs, there is a very delicate balancing act that takes place between their cell surfaces and the ionic charges of the surrounding plasma. As they pass through the lungs, these purple-colored blood cells have the ionic charge that they received when picking up carbon dioxide. In contact with lung oxygen, this charge gets reversed so that the carbon dioxide drops off and the reversed charge attracts and picks up oxygen molecules. The ionic charge reverses as they pick up a full supply of oxygen and the color changes from purple to red, the oxygenated blood cells are carried along through the body until they get into the vicinity of body cells that have a surplus of carbon-dioxide and need some oxygen. At that point, the ionic charges again reverse as the oxygen drops off and the carbon dioxide is attracted and sticks to the blood cell which once again changes to a purple color and is carried to the lungs.



The provided information is for educational purposes only and not to be considered medical advice.
Please consult a healthcare professional for medical advice.