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Cancer and The Life Saving BioMedical Model of Disease
The BioMedical Model of Disease
Environment - Where you live (toxins) and what you eat (lifestyle). The environment acknowledges the environment of cancer which is determined by the balance of your chemsitry.
The pathology of cancer involves the uncontrollable multiplication of cells in certain areas of the body. The primary fuel for tumours and cancerous cells is glucose. In oncology, if a client is suspected to have cancer, a positron-emission tomography or PET scan is requested. The night before the client is told to abstain from carbohydrate intake and the day after, a radioactive analogue of glucose tracer- fluorodeoxyglucose is injected to entice the cancer site. Not red meat, but glucose.
Glucose comes from the breakdown of carbohydrates.
When a person routinely takes in a largely carbohydrate-based diet, connective tissue breakdown follows (cachexia). Given the right environment, cancer cells thrive and proliferate. Current research has revisited Nobel Prize winner Otto Warburg's hypothesis. Apart from the hormone and gene theory, environmental plays are now being considered:
Glucose is the body’s blood sugar. Blood sugar is produced from carbohydrates. When we consume lots of these, we see high levels of fasting glucose with even higher amounts of insulin. Insulin is made to protect us from the damaging effects of glucose. Elevated glucose and insulin have close correlation with many diseases, including cancer.
Additionally, excessive carbohydrate intake feeds gram-negative bacteria in the bowel. The end products from carbohydrates often end up
fermenting in the colon. This causes bloating, burping, gas, cramping, reflux, anal itch and hasty bowel motions. This eventually
destroys the mucosal lining and reduces overall digestive integrity. Bowel movements produced from eating fibre-rich carbohydrate-dense
foods happen due to colonic irritation, rather than activation of proper digestive mechanisms resulting in a natural elimination.
Through PCR testing (polymerase chain reaction - DNA) of bowel polyps you can find a bug called fusobacterium nucleatum ss vicente. Scientists have now found a link with colorectal cancer. This bug can also be found in chronically infected teeth.
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Digestive enzymes are a group of proteins that help the body break down carbohydrates, fats & proteins from food...