What are you doing with the cancer cells in YOUR body? We all have them, as uncomfortable as that makes us. We fight against viruses, bacteria, parasites and cancer cells daily. Whether we defeat those foreign invaders is up to our immune system. If we’re stronger, we’ll win. If not, because of genetics, environment, food choices, stress levels, improper body biochemisty and so on, they’ll cause disease.
We believe the best way to beat cancer of any kind is to prevent it from growing. A body in “homeostasis” (balanced biochemistry) is more likely to remain cancer-free. How do we know if our body is in homeostasis? We test. Based on the results, proper changes can ensure the best response of our immune system.
Our favorite tests to determine homeostasis and tips if testing yields unfavorable results:
- Lymphatic Exam: The Lymphatic System is the “sewer system” of the body and a vital part of the immune system. A congested lymph system decreases our immune response and holds toxins in the body, increasing our breast cancer risk. Dry brushing, proper breathing techniques (see video link), lymphatic massage, exercise and supplementation can decongest this system.
- Indican level: Indican are chemicals produced from improperly digested food “rotting or fermenting” in the digestive tract. A high Indican level is a risk factor for breast cancer. Improving digestion with digestive enzymes, properly managing stress and having at least one to three bowel movements per day will decrease the Indican level.
- pH level: One of the most important ways to keep our body running efficiently is to keep our pH level balanced. A pH outside of neutral, either too alkaline or too acidic, is a risk factor for breast cancer. Eating a balanced diet rich in vegetables and low in sugar, properly digesting protein and properly managing stress maintains our pH in a neutral zone.
- NPN Urochrome: The NPN level determines if the body is currently “building up” or “breaking down” healthy cells. It indicates the healing capabilities of an individual. Length of medication usage, dietary habits, stress management, environmental factors, diseases and surgical procedures impact an NPN level. Living a healthy lifestyle nutritionally, emotionally and structurally will show itself in a balanced NPN level.