Some types of cancer can be age-related or caused by environmental factors or parasites. Diet is a major factor, especially when a person eats many animal-based foods, processed foods and sugary foods, without enough antioxidants. Dairy introduces excess oestrogen into the body. When cells are not getting enough oxygen, sugar fermentation occurs, which candida and other yeast and fungi feed from, allowing them to replicate. Vitamin D deficiency, dehydration, poor diet, insufficient exercise, toxins and stress all contribute towards a weakened immune system. Carcinogens that people are exposed to include cigarette smoke, petrol, chemicals and gases. A tumour may develop from an old infection, cyst or other benign mass. A particular trauma or ongoing emotional stress can act as a trigger.
Cancer patients may find they develop a sweet tooth and have trouble with systemic inflammation. They could be showing signs of parasitic infection. Key symptoms of cancer include: lumps on the body, particularly any that are growing rapidly; chest pain, trouble breathing and coughs that have lasted longer than 3 weeks; changes to bowel habits; irregular bleeding; unexplained weight loss. Skin cancer (melanoma) is indicated by moles on the skin that are irregular in their shape and colour, perhaps also being larger than other moles and having rough edges.
BICOM® Programs to be Used
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|Liver treatment, chronic
Renal function disorder
Improve bowel action
Strain due synthetic
|Strain due pathogens
Supplements to take
Vitamin D3, vitamin B17, vitamin C, iodine, vitamin A, vitamin E, selenium, magnesium
Traditional cancer treatment usually includes a combination of chemotherapy and radiation therapy to destroy or shrink cancerous masses and surgery to physically remove tumours from the body. Early diagnosis often leads to more effective treatment. An important way of treating and preventing cancer is to boost the immune system by taking in enough vitamin D, preferably from the sun, and fixing the root cause of the immune deficiency. Exercise helps to get oxygen to the cells, therefore encouraging aerobic respiration and discouraging anaerobic cellular respiration and sugar fermentation. Switching to an alkaline plant-based diet including probiotics and healthy fats such as coconut oil but excluding carbohydrates, alcohol, sugars and flour, will feed the body and support the immune system, without encouraging tumour growth. Drinking plenty of water and getting enough salt is essential. Other ways to support the body include quitting smoking, avoiding unnecessary exposure to chemicals and radiation and having a regular sleep pattern. Tackling stress and emotional issues is important and taking in iodine will help to balance hormones. Detoxification will help.
Experiences and case studies
A woman was starting to develop carcinoma and had a pre-cancerous viral disorder that led to vaginal warts called condylomas. She had a 12-week course of weekly bioresonance treatment for the virus and to strengthen her immunity. After only 3 months, her PAP test value had gone from IIId to II and 2 1/2 years later, she had not had a recurrence.