Unfortunately, Cancer hasn't lost it's big C fear factor yet, and even more unfortunately and speaking statistically cancer seems still be on the increase.
I don't want to concentrate too much on the negatives, it sounds too depressive to hear stats like every 3. person by the age of .. etc ... will die of cancer ...
Is there still anyone out there who disputes that modern living with the horrendous increase of man made pollutants, plus accompanying lifestyle is contributing to that rise?
For anyone concerned, I only can advice to live as healthy as possible, eat a clean if possible organic diet, stay out of pollution as much as possible and keep a positive attitude, it's amazing what the mind can do.
In recent history, mankind has managed to drastically change the chemistry of our environment.
A report in 1989 stated ( I wonder about the stats now) that a grand total of 5,705,670,380 pounds of chemical pollutants were released into the environment we eat, breath and live in, all in just One year.
It is not just about the amount the of the pollutants, much more important is the fact, that most of those pollutants are man-made ( human-made), which actually means our systems can't digest or detoxify those new substances which will definitely contribute to gene mutations and cancer proliferation.
Yes, there is more to global warming, our beautiful earth is changing, and not for the better. Not only have we managed to play havoc on our environment, we a very successful in creating new diseases and an increase in the rate of cancers as well.
What to do? Just do as good as you can .. enjoy your lifestyle and try to make it a healthy one. Not only will that help you, but the positive side effect will be that you may create a more clean and green surrounding affecting people around you.
Just remember, a positive attitude and happiness are of vital importance, getting angry, bitter, frustrated or fanatic is not going to help.
We need all the suport we can get.
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Cancer Support by:
Belle McCaleb ND, RN, MSS-C, BSN, RYT
Dieter L. Editor for useNature