What is cancer?
The National Cancer Institute and the American Cancer Society's definitions are similar to the following:
Mayo Clinic: "Cancer refers to any one of a large number of diseases characterized by the development of abnormal cells that divide uncontrollably and have the ability to infiltrate and destroy normal body tissue. Cancer often has the ability to spread throughout your body".
"Cancer is the second-leading cause of death in the world. But survival rates are improving for many types of cancer, thanks to improvements in cancer screening and cancer treatment".
"Cancer is caused by changes (mutations) to the DNA within cells. The DNA inside a cell is packaged into a large number of individual genes, each of which contains a set of instructions telling the cell what functions to perform, as well as how to grow and divide. Errors in the instructionns can cause the cell to stop its normal function and may allow a cell to beome cancerous".
The above descriptions indicate what Cancer does, and not what it is. Within the above paragraph which describes the gene's ability of telling the cells what functions to perform, how to grow and divide and what to do, as if the cells have ears to hear with. Specifically, how are the instructions delivered? How are the instructions received? How did the genes come to know what to communicate to the cells? At some point the genes didn't even exist. Is it possible they both work together as one? That the entire body is working as one? That the body has a singular awareness? How else could the body comprised of tens of trillons of cells even function, and having begun as a single cell?
The current belief is that cancer is caused genetic mutations before and/or after birth.
Lifestar …the art of healing: Cancer is a form of cellular malfunction resulting from an acidic environment in the body and an array of nutritional deficiencies including an inadequate level of natural glutathione. This unnatural environment contributes to a lack of support of the cells’ natural functioning. Specifically, body cells lose their ability to defend themselves against anything in their immediate environment that is harmful, and loose much of their ability to detoxify their own metabolic waste, or to rehabilitate themselves.
The medical research establishment believes the acidity associated with cancer occurs with the formation of cancer cells and the production of lactic acid by the cancer cells. In contrast, based on the evidence we have collected, Lifestar believes the acidic environment formed by the release of organic acids by the organisms named Somitids precedes and supports the eventual formation of cancer cells as well.
Cancer cells are not known to exist in
the healthiest and natural alkaline environment of 7.4 pH.
Most of us can relate to some kind of environmental challenge in our own lives. It can be inside and outside the home or work place. The environment that Nature provides seems to have a way of balancing itself eventually.
All life has a form of internal environment which is managed mostly by the life-form and its response to what is going on outside the life-form. That includes the human body.
The human body is a closed environmental system with a tube running through it. Without going to school, and with or without interference, it manages its own temperature, blood sugar levels, metabolism, and acid/alkaline balance (pH) and countless other relationships. Important, among other things, the pH balance of the lymph and blood systems. The pH of blood is critical and should be slightly alkaline between 7.35 and 7.45, and 7.40 is considered as ideal. The difference between blood pH of 7.25 and 7.45 is 2 times more oxygen at 7.45. For example, for the cells, below 7.35 is becoming more acidic. Acidity for water is regarded as below 7.0 down to less than 1.0. On the pH scale 7.0 is considered neutral.
When the environment inside the body becomes less alkaline and moves towards acidity, there is less oxygen transport, loss of hemoglobin and more malfunctions of the cells. If the cell’s environment is not providing the array of nutrients in their natural forms and relationships, including those that are protective, the cells become malnourished and subject to harm.
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