It’s most likely not something you consider consistently, regardless of whether the nourishments you are eating could contain cancer-causing agents, yet with very nearly 1.5 million individuals determined to have some sort of disease simply a year ago, maybe it’s a great opportunity to take a gander at what is in our sustenance that could be creating such an enormous number of new tumor patients.
Homogenized Milk: Rocket Fuel for Cancer by Robert Cohen
A human is not a fish, but we share many of the same basic mechanisms common to all living creatures.
Some fish lay a staggering amount of eggs. Most eggs are consumed by creatures both large and small. I recall the story of a fifty-pound ling fish that had over 25 million eggs within her body. Nature finds a way to allow a mere handful of eggs to survive so that they grow into adults and propagate their species. That is nature’s way. Big numbers. Long odds. How many human sperm are produced to fertilize one egg? About 300 million for each reproductive action, yet only one is destined to achieve that final purpose for which it was so designed.
The worldwide drug sales is skyrocketing because of the so-called fight against cancer. But wait, the “conventional” model of fighting cancer is NOT working.
There’s nothing the allopathic medicine can do for you, if you have cancer. Surgeries, chemotherapy or radiotherapy are only going to make you sick or buy you a few more months (or years, if you’re lucky) but they won’t CURE you.
Trump was right. Sweden has massive problems with immigration. Debate over.