How do lifestyle factors and exposure to environmental substances affect our cancer risk?
by jcr65566 on Fri Jul 18, 2008 12:00 AM
I like to show you some thing that I thought was amazing It from the book the Cell Factor by Dr Ross Walker MB..BS (HONS),F.R.A.C.P it concerns cancer and heart disease you can see a bit about him at
Most people don't know about how cancer works (please feel fee to get this check out with your doctor.) and what I'm going to tell you is a bit basic it a lay mans way of looking at it so just bear with me. It about saturated fat and cancer. It not a theory that cancer may be curse by saturated fats (or ti-fats ) you see the cell cant tell one lot of fat from an other. The membrane of the cell is made of fat when a tri-fat comes along the normal cell just make it into part of it membrane the problem is tri-fats are smaller then normal fat. so when nutrient come along they find it hard to get though the cell wall or membrane. so the cell start to starve. Now the cell a living thing and it wants to stay alive, one way of doing that, is to tern it self into a cancer cell. A cancer cells use fermentation to produce energy. You see cancer don't need oxygen, but they do need sugar and protein. Cancer can absorb protein from near by normal mussel cells so it can turn that protein into glucose. and the glucose into energy that why the patient body get shinier because the main function of a cancer cell is to make more cancer cells. if you put energy into the normal cell you stop it going into cancer, but if the cell is cancer’s all ready, The cancer cell will use the energy to make more cancer cells. that why when we have cancer we have to stay away from Sugar it hard in this day and age as ever thing got sugar in it There is a whole lot more I like to tell you about this book but it a lot to take in so for now Ill leave it there. Take Care Ray
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