The biggest fear in the word, the number 2 reason for deaths in the U.S. and one of the greatest killers in the world – all these statements describe one of the biggest diseases for the modern person – cancer. But what if, only for a second, we assume that cancer is really not a disease. Wouldn’t this make our lives more joyful and simple?
Apparently this statement is not so unbelievable as we may think, report from Natural News. Actually cancer cells are not microbes, nor a virus. Cancer is not a disease; it is a survival mechanism of the body. It starts spreading when all other measures of self-preservation had failed. When cancer cells start spreading they do not want to kill us. They know that if the body dies, they will die with it too.
Cancer cells are actually normal, healthy cells that “suddenly” (and no one yet has discovered why) change, mutate and start killing the organs. Or this is what we have been thought.
Our cells need oxygen to survive. But when they are deprived of the oxygen they will die. Or at least some of them. There will be some cells which will survive and mutate in order to be able to live in the anaerobic surrounding. They will even start getting some of the needed energy from cellular metabolic waste products. They will break down waste materials, toxic deposits and dead, worn-out cells.
But all this our body does not see as a threat. It will even start growing new blood vessels which will produce the needed glucose for the “new kind” of cells. This will help them spread. All this the body does because it knows that cancer cells are not killing the body but saving it. Killing the cancer cells will actually kill our body. Cancer cells are actually keep away the deadly carcinogenic substances and wastes from the blood and the other vital organs. The only way to get rid of the cancer, meaning the cells to stop reproducing and spreading is by cleansing our body from the toxins.