March is Colo-rectal Cancer Awareness Month. Over the last three weeks I have seen several status message requests on Facebook saying put this message in your status if you know someone with Cancer, or if you have cancer... and I see the little fruit messages related to the bra color status messages for breast cancer awareness.
I sit back and wonder how many of these messages will be read by someone who has cancer and doesn't even know it. It's amazing how we can purchase our pink ribbon water bottles or put a bumper sticker on our cars which that does absolutely nothing to help cure or prevent cancer.
There is something that you can do to help lower your risks of cancer. There is something you can do to help ensure your family has the best chances to avoid this horrible diagnosis.
The first thing you can do is to stop eating poison. Stop adding GMOs, Preservatives and Artificial flavors/sweeteners to your diet. If it comes in a cellophane wrapper, pretty good chances are it's not that good for you. Increase your fresh fruit and vegetable intake. Adding more leafy green veggies and fresh, local, in season fruit to your diet will not only add much needed nutrients to your body, but will also take the place of the bad foods that make you feel and LOOK bad. Adding some exercise to your day will help as well. Exercise will help you sleep better at night and burn calories which will result in shrinking that space around your waist. The size of your waist is directly related to life expectancy.
Currently the only recognized treatment for cancer in the US is Chemotherapy. Pretty much poisoning your body. Your best chances to beat cancer is to never get it to start with. I have found much interesting information from the Gerson Institute as it related to using natural ways to beat cancer.
Whatever you do, try to do a little more than changing your status message. Take some physical steps to save yourself and your family from this type of battle.
I found this poster on a blog called Donuts Desires and just wanted to share it. Blessed Be )O(
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