"Cancer Risk Can Be Reduced If You Eliminate Chronic Inflammation"
Do You Know You Have A Cancer Risk?
The good news is... you are in charge of your body. There are things you can do for yourself right now to prevent cancer. Don't wait until you have a cancer diagnosis.
Remember, sometimes you don't get a second chance.
Here Is Cancer Research Information You Need To Know.
Apr. 18, 2007 Two studies presented at the American Association for Cancer Research 2007 annual meeting suggest that
Cancer Risk Is Increased When You Have A Chronic Inflammation.
Both studies were conducted by researchers at the Mayo Clinic.
One study found that women who regularly used aspirin developed fewer breast cancer than women who did not use the anti-inflammatory medication.
Another study found that there may be an association between lung inflammation seen in asthma and increased risk of breast cancer spreading to the lungs.
Both studies offer hope that You Can Decrease Your Cancer Risk By Managing Chronic Inflammation.
Excerpt from the book Fantastic Voyage by Ray Kuzweil and Terry Grossman M.D.
"Chronic low-grade inflammation can smolder silently within your body for decades without causing any obvious or outward problems. But all the while it is eroding your health and taking years from your life."
"I believe that, conservatively, 15 to 20 percent of all cancer is caused by infections,(Inflammation) however, the number could be larger -- maybe double," says Dr. Andrew J. Dannenberg, director of the Cancer Center at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center and Henry R. Erle, M.D.- Roberts Family Professor of Medicine at Weill Cornell Medical College in New York City.
"Unfortunately, the public, as well as many health-care workers, are unaware of the significance of chronic infection (Inflammation) as a potentially preventable cause of cancer."
Taking steps to control chronic inflammation gives you a powerful tool to reduce your cancer risk and also the risk of developing several degenerative diseases, including:
Cancer Research In The News
The good news is, there are things you can do right now to Decrease Your Cancer Risk!
According to cancer research, inflammation will sneak up on you gradually and take its toll if you don't do something to stop it right now.
Here Is What You Must Do Right Now To Reduce Chronic Inflammation In Your Body And Prevent Cancer Risk.
Omega 3 fatty acids have been studied in depth for their anti inflammatory properties as well as their ability to help
the body heal, and regenerate.
Omega 3 Fish Oil Has Also Been Linked To Cancer Prevention.
Be careful what you buy. There are many inferior products out there. If you are currently taking an omega 3 fish oil supplement, take one capsule and put it in your freezer overnight.
When you remove it, it should still be clear, and not frozen. If it is cloudy, or frozen, or both, unfortunately it is not a quality product and you are not getting the inflammation protection and cancer prevention you need.
I have been testing several omega 3 fish oil products over the last year, and I have finally found one that I am pleased and happy to recommend to you.
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You can also eat your fish for cancer prevention. The omega-3 fatty acids found in oily fish such as salmon, mackerel, and tuna are believed to be powerful inflammation fighters.
But be conscious of the fact that many of our fish are now contaminated. And many people just don't enjoy fish.
Eat foods for cancer prevention that reduce inflammation and pain naturally.
Fruits and vegetables are good cancer prevention foods. Eat them fresh whenever possible.
Pure manuka honey is a natural anti inflammatory
Flax seed can be added to just about any meal, and flax seed oil can be used to cook with or make dressings and sauces.
Flax is an anti inflammatory omega 3 fatty acid.
By Personal Liberty News Desk • Apr 27th, 2009
Cherries Reduce Inflammation
Consuming just one and a half cups of tart cherries daily enhances the antioxidant and anti-inflammation activity in the body, according to new research.
Ginger helps to stimulate blood flow for improved circulation and it is an anti inflammatory.
Less inflammation means less pain, and less cancer risk.
Rosemary is an excellent food to treat pain because it naturally eases nerve and muscle tension and pain.
It's even good for chronic headaches. It contains salicin which is a natural form glycoside - which aspirin is made from. Grow your own, its flavor does not compare to the dried version in the store.
Sage isn't just for Thanksgiving Day dressing.
Sage helps improve achy muscles and inflammation and is great to keep your mind clear. Start a small herb garden and have it fresh in the summer and dry it for winter. You'll be pleased with the great flavor it adds to your foods.
Shitake mushroom. Shitake has most recently been used to treat immune deficiency resulting from chemotherapy.
It is great for cancer prevention and it's also anti viral.
Shitake mushrooms can be enjoyed raw, sauted baked, added to just about any meal and they're easy to find in your local grocery store.
Acceptable Oils Are:
Coconut oil has gotten a bad rap from the press in the last few years, but it is extremely good for you. It makes great tasting popcorn too.
And don't forget at least 30 minutes of exercise per day to help prevent a cancer diagnosis.
Walking will do just fine. Just keep moving.
What Foods Should You Stay Away From To Reduce Chronic Inflammation?
These Can Make Your Inflammation Worse.
- Most processed foods, junk food, anything out of a box
- More than 3 ounces of red meat per day
- Refined Grains such as white breads,and cereals
It's Important To Stay Away From:
All Of The Above,CAUSE Inflammation
- Vegetable oils, including corn oil
- Canola oil
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