Cancer! The BIG C! The very word strikes fear into the patient who has been told that he or she has it. People say, "I got cancer," as if some cancer bacteria or virus had decided to settle into their body at random. They were picked. Bad luck! Cancer is looked at as a death sentence. And because cancer is not understood, that is often the end result. What is cancer? If disease is not something we "catch," how does cancer fit into this understanding? Can cancer actually be cured, or avoided altogether? Cancer is not the beginning of a disease.
Cancer is the result of a disease process that has been going on in the body for a long time. Cancer does not just happen. Normal healthy cells don't just spontaneously, metamorphose into abnormal cells unless deprived, debilitated, poisoned and damaged.
Nobody develops cancer, except that over many years their health slowly and progressively succumbed to 20-40-60-80 such causes interacting and working together. Cancer is the result of the body storing toxins in its effort to survive longer. If the body did not store the toxins, encased in a tumor for example, they would be free to range throughout the body in the bloodstream, thereby causing the death of vital tissues and organs much sooner. Cancer has a multitude of contributing factors, such as: heredity, beliefs, attitudes, habits, excesses, nutrition, environmental pollutants, and stresses, as well as various carcinogens like radiation, pesticides, toxic chemicals, dioxins, and asbestos - to name a few. It is an enzyme deficiency and an autointoxication disease.
It is a failure of the body's cells to obtain all the building materials essential for their construction and functioning. It is also the result of excess toxicity, which affects and eventually destroys cells, or transforms them into abnormal, wild, growing cells. Cancer's Common Denominators After he lost his brother to cancer, Ron Gdanski began to research the subject, and eventually wrote a book entitled CANCER Cause, Cure, and Cover-up. His research concluded that fermentation of sugars at the cellular level is present in all cancers: Cancer is caused by the cellular environment. Genetic defects do not create the capacity for human cells to metabolize nutrients without oxygen. Limiting the oxygen supply or disrupting the citric acid cycle leads to fermentation .
As soon as oxygen reaches the cells, the citric acid cycle can be reestablished, fermentation stops, and microbial life destroyed. Cancer, above all else, is a cellular oxygen deficiency disease. The research of Dr.
Otto Warburg, a Nobel Prize-winning biochemist in the 1930s, concluded that the prime cause of cancer is impaired cell respiration. Cancer, above all other diseases, has countless secondary causes. Almost anything can cause cancer. But, even for cancer, there is only one prime cause. The prime cause of cancer is the replacement of the respiration of oxygen (oxidation of sugar) in normal body cells by fermentation of sugar. All normal body cells meet their energy needs by respiration of oxygen, whereas cancer cells meet their energy needs in great part by fermentation.
In every case, during the cancer development, the oxygen respiration always falls, fermentation appears, and the highly differentiated cells are transformed into fermenting anaerobes, which have lost all their body functions and retain only the now useless property of growth and replication. Thus, when respiration disappears, life does not disappear, but the meaning of life disappears, and what remains are growing machines that destroy the body in which they grow. Lack of cellular oxygen is directly related to acidity of body systems. Terminal cancer patients are approximately 500 to 1000 times more acidic than normal healthy people. Cancer will not occur in a pH-balanced body.
Ron Garner, BEd, MSc, is the author of "Conscious Health." Now you can unravel the mystery of how the body operates, restore vitality, and learn how health problems can be reversed the Natural way. Just visit: http://www.conscioushealth.ca