In May 2011, a W.H.O. panel determined that cell phones are a possible carcinogen meaning the globalist health bureaucracy still can’t prove that cell phones do in fact cause cancer.
According a recently released study from the American Cancer Society, only 6% of cancer causes are caused by environmental factors, anyway. That means all the pollution in the air, all the dangerous nuclear radiation that might be emanating into the environment, all the x-rays people are subject to, all the microwaves, cell phones, and other electronic devices together constitute a very low cancer risk.
It is simply not worth worrying about especially when there is so much else you can do to dramatically improve your health and lengthen your life – such as cutting down on sugary and salty snacks, eating more fresh vegetables, exercising regularly, and supplementing with antioxidant vitamins and herbs.
If you do wish to reduce any “possible” risk of cancer from cell phones, then use a hands-free device. Since many cell phones have built-in speaker phone capability, you can use the speaker phone to avoid having to press your handset against your ear.
If you want to seriously reduce your cancer risk, then pay less attention to what’s near your body and more attention to what you put in your body. Think of each time you eat, as an opportunity to improve your health. You will live longer, feel better, and achieve a more optimal life overall.
One of the best cancer-fighting beverages you can drink is green tea. It contains antioxidant compounds called polyphenols, which block the formation of cancer-causing chemicals sometimes produced in the stomach. During the summer, iced green tea can be a refreshing way to cool off.
Another way to help stay cancer free is to get plenty of fiber in your diet. The National Cancer Institute recommends that you get at least 20 grams of dietary fiber daily. Dietary fiber can help top cancer, especially in the stomach and colon. You can get fiber from fruits such as apples, most vegetables, grains, and beans. To reduce your risk of prostate cancer, snack on Brazil nuts.
Finally, supplementing with vitamins and herbs can give your body the boost it needs to ward off the formation of cancer cells. A daily multivitamin is a good starting point. You can also supplement separately with vitamin C (vitamin C can safely be taken in multiples of the recommended Daily Value). Other cancer-fighting supplements to consider include: garlic, turmeric, ginseng, saw palmetto, and milk thistle.
In addition, we should take steps to slow aging to the extent we can. Our bodies already contain the information for how to effectively combat stressful situations such as oxidative stress and chronic inflammation. That information is stored in our genes. The secret lies in being able to instruct cells regarding the implementation of that information, allowing you to keep your primary vehicle, your body, running well – able to withstand the “rusting” of aging and taking you where you want to go for many years to come.
As mentioned in a previous posts on this blog, Dr. Sanjay Gupta, Chief Medical Correspondent at CNN, has reported that “Practical Immortality may now be within our grasp.”
So now the question becomes, “how do we slow the rate of aging and avoid the frailty that would make longevity less desirable?”
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