My daughter is a Ph.D. candidate working on colon cancer genetics and she says there are some of us that have genes that are just going to develop into cancer no matter what we do, but that is a small minority. The rest of us can change our future. Wouldn’t you rather prevent than treat? Wouldn’t you rather make small changes in your life right now than big ones later? Wouldn’t you rather die an old man or woman in your sleep than what cancer victims have to endure? Of course. There are books, CD’s, videos, and websites full of information on this. This one page article should only be a starting point. So in the next few lines I will tell you some of what I do and why. My purpose in writing this is to get you thinking about where you are and where you want to be in the future and then what you need to do to get there. Wellness is not an accident and health is not guaranteed. It requires daily work, work that is worth it in the end with greater quality and quantity of life.
1) Reduce inflammation in my body. Research today is focused on the severe damage that inflammation does in causing any number of diseases, including cancer.
a) Weekly adjustments – Reduces spinal sourced inflammation
b) Weight loss/control – Fat cells produce inflammatory chemicals
c) Regular aerobic exercise – Reduces body inflammation
d) Regular dental cleaning – Reduces oral sourced inflammation
e) 500 mg Turmeric/day – Natural anti-inflammatory
2) Reduce oxidative chemicals that cause genetic damage/mutation
a) Multiple vitamin supplements
b) 2000 I.U.’s Vitamin D-3 – Your most important supplement!
c) 1000 mg or more omega 3/fish oil supplement
What’s your plan?