Fermented foods are having a major cultural moment. Yogurt aisles are more varied than ever, and the kombucha craze alone has made fermentation a buzz word in food and health circles. But despite its current trendiness, eating fermented items has long been regarded for its dynamic healing properties. Ancient civilizations used it medicinally, and understandably so. Fermented products, particularly those rich with probiotics, maximize a diet’s nutritional benefits, create balance in the body, and strengthen the immune system. Current research shows, too, that these foods stop cancer from growing. Fermentation and Probiotics When we talk about fermentation and its health benefits, we’re really talking about probiotics. Probiotics are microroganisms that function as sort of health enhancers, if you will….
No doubt, cell phones have changed the way we live, and while much of modern technology has made daily life easier, research indicates cell phone use isn’t without its dangers. The more scientists study, the more they find a strong connection between cell phone’s emitted radiofrequency energy and cancer–especially brain cancer.
The relationship between diet and cancer is well established. We know one-third of all cancers are linked directly to nutrition, and certain foods carry an increased risk of cancer (processed meats and sugar are leading culprits), while many plants are strong cancer combatants. But you can do more than just swap berries for bacon. Some diets are designed specifically to send cancer into remission. Here we’ll provide a brief overview of some effective nutritional therapy plans that can help you reclaim your health.
Often cancer treatments are invasive and destructive. Surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation can all bring severe and lasting side effects. But many patients have found a non-invasive, gentle, and effective way to treat their cancer. Rife therapy uses bio-frequency to attack cancer and other diseases. The skin is never broken and healthy cells are never compromised.