This Cancer Breakthrough Could Save Your Life
I’m filing this one under the “I Told You So” category.
For years we’ve all been told the same lie.
Doctors have told us that cancer is mostly a genetic disease – and whether you get it is pretty much a roll of the dice.
I’ve always believed that was nonsense… and some very smart researchers have proven I was right.
In fact, they’ve discovered one simple fix that could prevent 40% of all cancer deaths and maybe save your life.
And you can get started today.
According to a study published in the International Journal of Cancer, something as simple as lifestyle changes could have prevented 40% of cancer deaths.
Part of me wants to scream, DUH!
But the other part of me knows that too many people are in the dark about this simple—and powerful—fact.
These researchers were specifically looking at lifestyle factors of Australians, but what they found applies to us all.
Here are the seven factors that had the biggest impact on cancer:
- Not eating enough fruits and vegetables
- Too much alcohol
- Being overweight
- Not being active enough
- Having infections like HPV or hepatitis C
- Using hormone replacement therapy (I’m convinced the problem here is Big Pharma synthetic hormones, which do a TERRIBLE job of copying nature)
Some of these are obvious, like smoking causing cancers in the mouth, throat, and lungs. But did you also know that it increases cancer in less obvious places, like the pancreas, kidney, and bladder?
But what might not be as obvious to many people is that poor diet alone contributed to thousands of cancer-related deaths!
The types of cancer that were responsible for the largest numbers of preventable deaths included lung, bowel, skin, liver, and stomach cancer.
Folks, I hope you’re as encouraged by this study as I am.
I’ve been preaching from my soap box about the importance of healthy living for decades now—and for too long my message has fallen on deaf ears.
I’m hopeful that studies like this one will help more people to wake up to the fact that disease—yes, even cancer—is not inevitable.
You have control over your health future.
Now it’s up to you to make the (simple) changes necessary to make it a happy ending.
To a brighter day,
Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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