Cancer Proofing Our Bodies – Part I

We are burglar proofing our cars and earthquake proofing our homes, so why aren’t we cancer proofing our bodies, or at least improving our chances of beating the odds (nearly 1 male in 2, and over 1 female in 3*).  Just as burglar alarms and home retrofitting are not 100% protection, they reduce our odds of loss or damage.  Cancer proofing our bodies is an excellent investment in our futures.

I’m seeing more and more people who are on their second or third round with cancer, after the protocol treatments of chemotherapy and radiation, and they are frightened.  There is hope, however, because even though their bodies have been weakened by their prior treatments, the nutritive, restorative and anti-carcinogenic herbs help to rebuild the body and counter the toxicity.

Actually, cancer proofing our bodies doesn’t have to be accomplished by eating sawdust-like foods and grim determination.  All it takes is common sense and the responsibility of being as good to our bodies as we are to our cars and homes.  The usual resistance and excuses of, “But it’s just no fun…”, and, “If it’s going to happen, it’s going to happen…”, or, “Well, everything causes cancer these days so what’s the difference…?”, is the same as letting our car run out of gas, then kicking the tires when it won’t go and looking to the Heavens with a dumbfounded plea of, “WHY ME!?”.

Cancer Proofing Our Bodies - Eve 42 Years Cancer Proof

Eve 42 Years Cancer Proof

I see it as a challenge of our times, and quite frankly, from someone who has been free and clear of uterine and cervical cancer for 42 years now, I’m not missing ANYTHING I want, within reason, as those who have caught me indulging in my occasional Haagen Dazs Chocolate Chocolate Chip ice cream will gleefully tell you.  Besides, respect for our bodies will have to be learned sooner or later, and believe me, sooner is MUCH MORE FUN.

With the grace of God, people I work with who have also made these common sense changes and use the herbs for long term support have been as blessed with prevention as I have.  My greatest wish is to still be able to say that in my retiring newsletter.  Oh dear, all is vanity after all…of course, this may never be documented in a true double blind study, because a doctor does not get credit for the disease he/she has helped to prevent, because you cannot see what did not happen.  Needless to say, when the Great Spirit in the Sky decides our time is up, then it’s up, however, for the rest of us there is free will… so let’s get to it.

Check our blog next week for recommendations on food and herbal formulas for optimizing our health in “Cancer Proofing Our Bodies – Part II”.

Doc Eve

*According to the American Cancer Society and the US National Cancer Institute’s Surveillance Epidemiology and End Results (SEER) Database, based on incidence and mortality data for the United States from 2007 through 2009, the most current years for which data are available:
Males have a 44.81% chance (nearly 1 in 2) of developing cancer, and a 23.08% chance (nearly 1 in 4) of dying from cancer (overall, all types of cancers).
Females have a 38.17% chance (over 1 in3) of developing cancer, and a 19.39% chance (nearly 1 in 5) of dying form cancer (overall, all types of cancers).

Doc Eve

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