Once rare , now common, cancer touches all of us.
Some humans have released carcinogenic substances into the air, soil, food and water. Radiation must also be building up as elements such as plutonium do not go away for several centuries. So how can we reduce our exposure and risk ? The best help I've heard all in one place is from Jerry Brunetti,listen here: Food as Medicine
Jerry unfortunately passed away a month ago. He ( gorgeous BTW) was a prolific writer and speaker on farming and health and a self treated survivor of non Hodgkin Lymphoma which he kept at bay 15 years after doctors gave him 6 months to live.
He said that tumours are not deadly, it is metatastic illness which kills . We all have cancer cells in our blood every day. It is our immune system that intercepts and deals with these "seeds" which emanate from tumours. Chemo weakens our immune system. There are heaps of foods that strengthen our immune systems and they are listed below.The list comes from the Weston A Price Foundation .
I notice that everything but the seafood is available from us. We are very proud to be able to supply the variety and quality of food required to be healing and protective, from our permaculture. We have stopped frying in anything but animal fats and consume them gently heated if not raw. Only the cold pressed oils will do, such as olive , and these
should not be heated. Not all people see the wisdom in paying more for their groceries but how much would you spend to cure a sick loved one? Diet related diseases are costing Australia, Canada and the U.S. a whopping 80% of GDP.and of course cancer is a booming industry. In 2008, America spent $76.6 billion on caring for children ill due to exposure to farm chemicals.
Our avos grown with quality compost. The African Horned Cue is high in Vit C
Its time to find out how to :
Protect Yourself Against Cancer With Food
Nutrients in Whole Foods that Protect Against Cancer
Compounds in Processed Foods that Can Cause Cancer
The Weston A. Price Foundation
· A reliable source of accurate nutrition information.
· A strong voice against imitation foods.
· Does not receive funding from any government agency, nor from the meat and dairy industries.
· Campaigns for a return to healthy traditional fats.
· Warns consumers about the dangers of modern soy foods.
· Promotes access to unprocessed whole milk products from pasture-fed animals.
· Keeps members informed through Wise Traditions, a lively quarterly magazine.
· Helps consumers find healthy, farm-fresh foods through a system of local chapters.