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What Causes Cancer and What is it Really?

When it comes to explaining the cause of cancer there is no easy answer. Just about everything we come in contact with these days has something dangerous in it.

We are often told that things like low oxygen, an acidic pH level, and emotional stress are the main causes but that is not entirely true. Those are all without a doubt contributing factors but they are not the main causes. None of these things accurately describes what causes cancer.

Man (mankind) is the cause of cancer if you want to get technical about it. We would not have cancer if not for man. Cancer is a man-made disease. With the exception of stress, there is no cause to cancer that has not been ‘created.’ That is why in the past there were little to no cases of cancer. We are filling our bodies to the breaking point with toxins. The things we eat, touch, and even play with are all contaminated in one way or another.

When you think about the dangers of all the carcinogens we come in contact with day in and day out it is amazing that we are not all riddled with cancer. Cancer seems to be some sort of survival mechanism no matter how you look at it.According to Andreas Moritz when our cells are being put under stress by being exposed to toxins it can cause changes in the cellular mitochondria. This is something that changed the RNA instructions and causes the cells to stop taking in oxygen. That is when they begin to use glucose as a way to produce energy.

These cells refuse to die, they multiply and form a protective layer to make them harder to kill. If we want a world free of cancer we need to reduce the amount of toxins we are allowing around us. We need to cut these big corporations down to size, they should not be allowed to poison us to increase profit. We all matter, don’t let anyone make you think differently. Living in a toxic world is unacceptable. We need to do something about this.

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