My P.A.C.E. program may save you from cancer. A study published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine followed Finnish men for 16 years. It tracked the type of activity the men did each week. And it found that the higher the intensity of the exercise program, the lower the risk of getting cancer. In fact, high intensity exercise cuts …
I’ve never been to China… but my clothes have. The first time I visited Bali, that’s where the airline sent my bags. But you know me… I just went with it and bought clothes at a little local flea market in the town of Ubud. Except that it’s very humid in Bali and I didn’t have any personal items, either. …
There’s sound evidence that the holy grail of cancer fighting is not a drug. The most powerful cancer fighter ever discovered is naturally occurring vitamin D. I’ve been writing about this for years. The proof is in black and white: A new study published in Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention found that low vitamin D significantly increases overall cancer risk.1 …
“It’s not very attractive… do people actually eat that as a potato?” I thought it looked more like a spiny beetroot than a potato. “They drink it. They make a tea from it.” I met with many herbalists in Uganda, and they told me what Dr. Josiah Kizito was doing down in South Africa. So I went there and met …
It’s one of the most overlooked nutrients in the entire world.
If you don’t have enough of it, you leave yourself open to muscle weakness, seizures, heart failure… and cancer.
In fact, it’s the primary source of energy for the immune cells that get suppressed by cancer.
And it might shock you to find out that government health advisors don’t even consider it “essential.”
I’m talking about CoQ10.
CoQ10 restores immune cells’ ability to fight back and attack cancer cells. In study after study, no matter what part of the immune system was tested, CoQ10 was found to be essential for the optimal function of your immune system.
Vitamin E is the Rodney Dangerfield of the vitamin world – it gets no respect.
You may have heard that vitamin E is not “safe.” Or not to take vitamin E because it might raise your risk of lung cancer, it thins your blood, or even increases your risk of death…
But studies show vitamin E protects you from at least 10 different kinds of cancer.
And we don’t need any new inventions or drugs to prevent cancer. All we have to do is recreate our native environment.
You see, cancer was almost unknown in the ancient world.
A few weeks ago, I had the honor of speaking at the annual conference of the American College for Advancement of Medicine. They’d heard about my PACE program and invited me to speak. I have to admit, it was great to see so many forward-thinking physicians embracing the PACE concept.
The conference was held out in Las Vegas, which for me meant a direct flight from Miami. But when I hit Miami International Airport, I was in for a nasty surprise – body scanners.
You knew high-carb foods like breakfast cereals were bad for your waistline. But who thought they could give you cancer?
Today we’ll look at what happens to your Cheerios™ when they’re processed. And the danger to your health. We’ll also discuss healthy ways to get the carbs you need.
Have you heard of telomeres yet? I’ve written about them and lectured to the World Conference on Anti-Aging. It’s big news in the world of anti-aging. In fact, research into telomeres won the Nobel Prize for Medicine in 2009.
I call telomeres “countdown clocks” because they determine how long your cells can live. Each time a cell divides, your DNA copies itself. Telomeres are caps on the ends of your DNA strands that lay down the blueprint for the copies…
This “forgotten” vitamin can prevent cancer and destroy certain types of cancer cells.
Its anti-cancer properties were first discovered by accident.
Researchers in Japan were studying this vitamin’s role in the prevention of bone loss in women with cirrhosis.
It’s well known that those with cirrhosis of the liver due to viral infection (like Hepatitis C, for example) are at a much higher risk of developing cancer.
Cancer. The thought of fighting for your life is enough to keep you up at night. Especially if it runs in your family. But you’re not helpless; you can take action.
Studies show certain nutrients help prevent cancer. I’ve put together some of the top cancer blockers:
The other night, my son Dylan and I were in line at the grocery checkout, and I couldn’t help but notice the woman in front of me.
As she unloaded potato chips, pastries, waffles, and pasta onto the conveyor belt, I wondered if she understood the risks she was taking. If she knew empty carbs were linked to breast cancer would she still buy them?
Last week, I told you about CoQ10’s cancer fighting power. When my friend Dr. Allan Spreen saw it, he sent me this report. I think you should read it.
CoQ10 is the one supplement I take every day, without fail.
New evidence of an even greater benefit is pouring in. And over the next couple of weeks, I’ll tell you about some of the amazing discoveries happening in CoQ10 research.
With summer just a couple of months off, I’ve got some great news. You can completely ignore the medical establishment’s war on sunlight and go outside without fear.
A recent National Cancer Institute study reveals that the rate of deadly melanoma jumped 50% in young women yet stayed the same in young men between 1973 and 2004.
What’s behind this trend? Is it mainstream medicine’s belief that women get too much sun exposure?
Dear Reader, Some people think Senator Kennedy’s cell phone caused it. Senator Ted Kennedy’s been diagnosed with a malignant “glioma,” a kind of brain cancer specifically considered a risk for cell phone users. Should you be worried? The truth is cell phones have not been around long enough to give us the kind of long-term studies we really need to …
I recently wrote about a report out of a university in Nebraska showing that vitamin D has the potential to lower the risk of all cancers in women by 77%.1
In the last 15 months, 5 more bombshells exploded showing the power of vitamin D to stop cancer. Here’s the rest of the timeline: