(Natural News) Keeping cancer at bay is a top health concern these days — but learning about natural ways to prevent and treat cancer can be difficult. In a world where Big Pharma has secured its place at the top of the food chain, it’s no surprise that the science on natural remedies is being suppressed. This is especially true when it comes to cancer; healthcare providers and cancer drug manufacturers make out like bandits by continuing to prop up the sham of conventional cancer treatments and parading their toxic chemo and radiation therapies as the “only” cancer solution.
These days, corrupt doctors are even diagnosing healthy people with fake cancer. It’s no wonder that so many people are looking for alternatives. And with AntiCancer.news, you can find the latest research on medicinal plants, herbal medicines, phytonutrients, vitamins and minerals that can help fight against cancer formation and disease progression. You can also learn about dietary modifications, lifestyle habits and other healing techniques that can assist in cancer prevention and treatment.
Research on cancer prevention
In one recent article, writer Russel Davis reports on new research published in the International Journal of Sports Medicine, which found that regular exercise can help cancer survivors prevent their cancer from coming back. While the optimal dose of physical activity is unclear due to variations on a case-by-case basis, the researchers found that exercise conferred a host of benefits to cancer survivors. In addition to reducing the risk of cancer returning, the researchers added that an “exercise program should be initiated as early as possible after the cancer diagnosis to improve their quality of life.”
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Several other studies have shown that exercise can help maintain remission, and can help reduce cancer risk in general.
But it’s not just exercise that can help prevent cancer; many foods and nutrients offer protection against cancer. For example, research has shown that getting plenty of vitamin D can cut your risk of liver cancer by up to 50 percent. As recently reported:
According to a study in The BMJ Today, getting enough vitamin D can reduce your risk of cancer in general by 20 percent. This is pretty remarkable on its own, but the good news doesn’t end there: Higher vitamin D levels were linked to a reduction in a person’s relative risk of liver cancer of as much as 50 percent.
While mainstream health organizations are willing to admit that poor diet, inactivity, lifestyle factors and exposure to toxins are all things that can cause cancer — you almost never see them say that the inverse is true. What else are they ignoring?
Natural cancer killers exist, too
It’s not just cancer preventives that are being suppressed; natural cancer killers are being swept under the rug as well. Even as evidence continues to show that conventional cancer treatments are not the beacons of hope they’ve been made out to be, natural plant medicines are unceremoniously labeled as “anti-science” or whatever the shills’ insult of choice is this week. But the truth is that there is plenty of science to support the cancer-stopping effects of many foods, herbs and plants.
There are a number of nutrients that can help fight off cancer cells even better than chemo and with none of the health-destroying side effects. Turmeric, for instance, has recently risen to fame after a woman in the U.K. cured herself of stage-3 myeloma with nothing but daily turmeric supplementation. Turmeric and its key compound, curcumin, have been widely studied for their anticancer effects — yet, mainstream medicine continues to consider herbal medicines like turmeric pseudoscientific “woo.”
You can learn more about the real science on natural cancer prevention at AntiCancer.news.
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