Managing Cancer as a Metabolic Disease
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Cancer has become American health concern No. 1. It is easy to understand why. 50% of men and 41% of women will develop cancer during their lives. But what if you don't need to fear cancer because you know it was a metabolic disease that can be cured and recovered from like other conditions?

Did you know that according to the American Cancer Society more than 1,600 people die every day of cancer in the United States? This is more than 600,000 people each year and when you include the entire population of the world that number climbs tenfold for over 7.6 million. Think about it. What if a lot of people die every day from Zika, Ebola or Polio?

The headline will be the news every single night. So now you hear a little or nothing more than 1,600 cancer victims (and that number grows daily) who suffer immeasurable treatments from decades ago and lose their lives because of them every day. Why is this happening, you might be wondering? Can it be true that cancer is so complicated that there's nothing we can do but wait for a breakthrough that never comes? Next "Cutting Edge" treatment which at best stretches life for a few more months?

Traditional medical communities are associated with the defective genetic theory of cancer, which fails to use the new science that exposes mitochondria dysfunction, which is evident in almost all cancers. They simply accept the tragic loss of more than half a million people with cancer every year.

It is disastrous that more than 1,600 people suffer and die prematurely every day because traditional cancer care has failed to integrate advanced food interventions to stop this madness. Even the fourth stage of cancer shouldn't be a death sentence. With this strong food strategy, the unnecessary causes of cancer can be drastically reduced. But first, our claim is to take a look at what stands in the way.

Why Don't we Win the War on Cancer?

President Nixon declared the "War on Cancer" in 1971. Nearly 50 years later, the survival rate has remained almost for traditional treatments-under 2.5%. The number of new cancers rises almost every year. Obviously we don't win the war on Cancer!

Here's what I find that maddening: If you diagnose the day with cancer, you basically receive the same ineffective strategy date that has failed for over 50 years! Conventional Oncologist that still depend on "slash, Burn and Poison" protocol: surgery, radiation and toxic chemotherapy. Radiation and surgery have been used for over a century.

After the Second World War, chemotherapy was developed from the derivative of mustard gas. Mustard gas and other chemical treatments were later found to be a potent carcinogens. These traditional treatments simply don't work.

Even the new era of "targeted immunotherapys" has been a fiasco. In fact, the probability of dying from these therapy is greater than the probability of living a little longer. However, we spend billions on new and increasingly expensive cancers that are at best marginally effective.

Established oncology cling to the failed system based on the theory of gene and tries to generate hope for new cancer medications that still fail us. There is a broad pharmaceutical system that supports the current cancer ideology. When you cure cancer in the United States and many other developed countries, these established treatments are your only options. Your oncologist must treat you within the standard protocol of slash, burn and poison!

Worse still, if you have a child with cancer and disagree with conventional slash, burning and poison recommendations, the state preventive services can take custody of your child. You can lose custody of all your non-adult children because you are considered "unfit" mother and "state" knows better than you do.

But this failure to tame the beast does not mean that effective and non-toxic treatments are unavailable. Outside this stagnant circuit sits non-patentable therapy that can't get a billion dollars to finance support from the type of studies that will gain the approval of the oncology community.

What if I Can Erase Your Fear of Cancer?

It is Official: Cancer has become the American number 1 health attention. That one word strikes fear in people's hearts like nothing else, and according to statistics, there is a good chance you share this strong passion. With the cancer rate rising to 50% of men and 41% of women in their lifetime, many people today:
  • Believe she could do little to protect themselves
  • They feel they lack effective cancer management strategies if you don't get it
  • Dread traditional cancer treatments so much she's avoiding being diagnosed

Indeed, this fear exists, as important health issues throughout life often afflict survivors of traditional cancer treatments. What if I could erase these fears away, and instead feel the ability to prevent and treat cancer-without toxic, harmful health treatments?

The National Cancer Institute and the academic and pharmaceutical industries of cancer are locked into an old school of thought: cancer is a genetic disease. Because they are not willing to consider alternative causes of cancer (there is no lack of scientific evidence to prove cancer is not a hereditary disease) it is almost impossible to drive innovative treatments for cancer management and prevention.

The good news is, there are pioneers there who work tirelessly to do this only: the development of treatment protocols that can be radically addressed, preventing and treating most cases of cancer. Let me introduce you to someone.

Meet the Game Changer in the World of Cancer: Thomas Sefried

In 2012 Severfried wrote the books on how cancer needs to be treated in terms of principle, "Cancer as a Metabolic Disease: On the Origin, Management and Treatment of Cancer". This is a gold standard medical book for alternative oncologists and savvy audiences.

But unless you have training in biochemistry, you may want to start with the best-selling Travis Christofferson book, "Tripping over the Truth: How the Metabolyc Theory of Cancer is Overtuning One of Medicine's Most Entrenched Paradigms." Christofferson's book is a necessary step to understand the details of the work of the major Seyfried's.

Mr. Seyfried has a distinctive background. He was a PhD fellow at the neurology Department of Yale Medical School University and then served in the faculty as assistant professor of neurology. Throughout his long career, he won many prizes and honors from organizations such as the American Oil Chemists Society, the Institutes National Health, American Society of Neurochemistry and Ketogenic Special Diet group special interests of the American Community Epilepsy

He recently won the Distinguished Alumni Award from the University of New England and the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Comprehensive Integrative Medicine Academy.

He is currently working on several editorial boards, including the bodies concerned with nutrition and metabolism, neurochemical research, and the Journal of Lipid Research and ASN Neuro, where he is an older editor. The total number of peer-reviewed publications in scientific literature is more than 170.

How Seyfried's the Metabolic of Cancer Differs from the Genetic Model of Cancer
Keep in mind, the entrenched belief that cancer is a genetic disease rules everything-from research that receives funding for how an oncologist treat you in the United States and other developed countries. This creed is what feeds the entire cancer industry. However, Mr. Seyfried does not agree. He and others have been able to advance the theory that cancer is primarily a result of the defective energy metabolism in mitochondria cells and the damage suffered.

Simply put, genetic mutations are not the main cause of cancer but are, instead, the downstream effect of the defective energy metabolism. As long as your mitochondria is still healthy and functional, your chances of developing a slim cancer!

Seyfried is one of the pioneers in the application of cancer food treatments, the treatment that stems from the work of Dr. Otto Warburg, one of the most magnificent biochemistry of the 20th century. Warburg, a personal friend of the Albert Einstein, won a Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1931 for how to get energy cells from breathing. So he nominated for two extra Nobel's.

His life mission was to find a cure for cancer. However, the results of his work on the issue of cancer and cellular operations have been largely ignored and mocked by the oncology research community because they were considered very simple and did not fit the genetic model.

Seyfried has scientific steps of the Warburg's follow the important research at Boston College to advance the theory of the metabolism of cancer and the critical role played by the nutritional Ketosis in both prevention and treatment. Our claim to learn more about how Seyfried work is important is to save the life of cancer patients-and what it may mean for you, too, if you develop cancer.

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