Do you have at least one relative/friend with cancer, heart disease or other chronic disease?
If you answered "YES" (like most of us), keep reading:
40 years ago, Cancer was considered a rare condition.
How come it is so common today?
Health scientists relate it to modern lifestyle, chemical manipulation of foods, and many other environmental factors.
Consider this: More than 70% of cancer, diabetes, chronic heart disease, obesity and other chronic diseases are attributed to non-genetic factors!
Some of the risk factors are modifiable, which makes it possible to reduce your own risk just by leading a healthier life.
All you have to do is know the keys to a healthy lifestyle and put them into practice...
And another thing: it's no secret that the many commercial corporations tend to put their own financial interests ahead of public health. By being aware of the HEALTH MODIFIERS, and by getting the word out about unsafe products - we can reduce their potential to compromise our health.
Certain foods are cancer-friendly (such as sugar, white flour, saturated fats, hydrogenated oils, processed foods, etc.), promoting chronic inflammation and autoimmune diseases. On the other hand, there are vegetables, fruits, whole grain foods and certain herbs and spices that can boost your immune system and fight against harmful agents.
Fatty tissues (especially abdominal) are hormonally active, releasing hormones such as estrogen and leptin. Hormonal imbalances can wear down the body's defenses, making it more vulnerable to chronic health conditions, such as cancer, diabetes, osteoporosis, depression, chronic heart disease, additional weight gain, and worsening of hormonal imbalances.
Turn off your "Fat Switch"|
and let your body do the rest...
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