Originally published November 18 2003
Scientists continues to blame genes for cancer
by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, NaturalNews Editor
The great search for the genes that cause cancer continues... yet researchers are looking in the wrong place. Genes don't cause cancer: food and exercise choices do. People who eat anti-cancer foods like broccoli, chlorella, and spirulina don't get cancer. People who avoid cancer-causing ingredients like sodium nitrite and other metabolic disruptors don't get cancer. And people who engage in regular physical exercise don't get cancer, either (unless they're also ingesting cancer-causing food ingredients).
Cancer is easily prevented and even reversed, regardless of your genetic code.
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