Month: October 2016

Who is at Risk for Cancer

With much misinformation, we are being taught that our genetic make-up is responsible for cancer.  This is a myth!!  Studies with identical twins concluded that most cancers do not stem from genetics.  Some people may be more predisposed to cancer however, poor diet and life-style is the most significant cause of cancer development.  When looking…


Detoxification with Enzymes

The base to preventing cancer is a “healthy diet”.  A healthy diet is responsible for not only nourishing the body but eliminating toxic substances through the body’s own detoxification process.  This process involves natural enzymes.  Enzymes are proteins made by cells that promote chemical changes.  Enzymes support and repair molecules, break down foods, repair DNA…


Improperly Designed Supplements can be Toxic when Fighting Cancer

The shortcomings of dietary supplements. The research of dietary supplements is like judging an entire barrel of apples by examining one.  This type of research is not complete as it fails to understand the way individual nutrients interact within the entire system of the human body. If we isolate antioxidants we will soon discover that…


Daily Behavior that Creates a Hostile Environment for Cancer Cells

Daily Behavior that creates a hostile environment for cancer cells Reduce exposure to all chemicals – Purchase organic foods if possible.  Too many herbicides and pesticides are sprayed on crops, impacting the health of consumers. Breathe fresh air, get out of town and visit the country.  Stop smoking or breathing in second-hand-smoke.  Use chemical free…


How Cancer Cells Behave

When abnormal mutations occur in a cells DNA, the cell will normally die.  However, the cells sometimes continue to divide at an out of control rate forming clumps of cells.  These clumps of cells grow into a mass of tissue called tumors.  Tumors are either malignant or benign. Malignant tumors are cancerous.  The out-of-control, mutated…


Risk Factors of Cancer

What are some of the risk factors of cancer? ** Alcohol – even small amounts of alcohol can destroy tissue. ** Smoking and second-hand smoke –  smoking increases not only the risk of cancer but also cardiovascular problems, emphysema, strokes and bronchitis. ** Lack of Exercise – increasing exercise can cut the risk of cancer…


Daily Cancer Blog

There is no one answer for cancer, nor is there a quick fix.  This daily blog will help explain how cancer grows and forms, as well as offer suggestions and solutions. Read daily, if you need assistance please visit our website: SCWellness.net ** Topics covered will include: ** How Cancer Develops ** Poor Diet and…