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cancerawarenessAccording to the American Cancer Institute, cancer claims 7.6 million lives per year worldwide.  Cancer death rate is more than AIDS (1.8 million); tuberculosis (1.3 million); and malaria (830,000).

Many factors have been associated with cancer.  Tobacco, alcohol, pollution, an unhealthy work environment, food additives, pesticides, drugs, emotional stress and dietary habits have been cited as the most common factors causing cancer.

In my several decades of clinical practice, I have found that the same diet that is associated with yeast disorders is also associated with cancer.  For example, I have noticed that a high incidence of stomach and esophageal cancers among Asian populations is associated with a high intake of fermented, yeast-loaded pickles.  Another example is that when cancer clients walk into my office, I smell their heavy yeasty breath.

Moreover, Dr. Otto Warburg, a Nobel Prize winner in Science in 1931, demonstrates that a cancer cell has the metabolism of a plant cell.  He describes the process as “fermentation.”  A plant cell thrives on carbon dioxide and gives off oxygen as its waste product.  This is opposite to the function of  “normal cells.”

Other researchers also report that one of the probable mechanisms underlying carcinogenic processes is the cellular release of free oxygen radicals.  These free oxygen radicals contribute to DNA mutation (Willner, 1994).

Dr. Gaston Naessens, a renowned Canadian biologist in his research for a cancer solution, developed an advanced microscope capable of magnifying 30,000 times (standard microscopes are capable of magnifying 1,800 times).  This enabled him to carefully observe an important phenomenon called polymorphism (the ability to change form).  This is also known as the process of fermentation.

When the fermentation process takes place, a cell reverts itself to a more primitive state.  This results in more rapid growth and chaos.  Moreover, this fermentation process changes the biochemical codes or sensors of the cell.

Some researchers claim that all human beings have oncogenes (cancer genes).  Why do some people get cancer, and yet others don’t?  The answer is the immunity.

The weakened immune system cannot identify the invader and start the normal battle to get rid of this invader.  In fact, a weakened immunity may even adopt the identity of the foe (a fermented cancer cell) and attack a normal cell (Willner, 1994).  When a chaotic battle takes place, the so-called autoimmune disease or cancer is the result.

All the above information was detailed in my book, Breaking the Yeast Curse: Food and Unconditional Love for Magic Healing, Published in 1997.  At that time I was considered “ahead of the time.”  Nearly two decades later, some literature begins to be available on the Internet supporting my assertion that cancer is a severe case of yeast disorder.

“Is cancer treatable?”  I am sure that you are eager to hear the answer.

The answer is: “It depends.”

If people diagnosed with cancer rely on radiotherapy, or chemotherapy, or surgery with the hope to prolong their lives, I would say that they are heading toward the wrong direction on the freeway.  Radiation and chemotherapy destroy the immunity.  With surgery, there is heavy use of antibiotics that creates yeast overgrowth in the body.  When yeasts ferment, they mutate the normal cells, and thus create cancer cells.  Also, in the fermentation process, a chemical substance called propyl alcohol is released.  This substance feeds the parasites that have been dormant in every living body.  Thus, both yeasts and parasites are “activated” as a result of radiotherapy, or chemotherapy, or surgery.  If the above treatment methods are combined, then there is a “double whammy” or “triple whammy.”  Worse of all, after all that damage done to the body, the average survival rate is only five years!

My several decades of clinical experience working with people from all walks of life across several continents, suggests that when my cancer clients control the yeast overgrowth, they also slow down the cancer deterioration process.  Together with other holistic treatment methods, especially stress management and releasing deep-rooted negative emotions, many cancer clients are often able to be in “permanent remission.”

So the ultimate answer is: “Yes!  Cancer is treatable!” if one employs a holistic approach to remove both physical and mental toxins.  This includes 1) adopting an anti-yeast nutritional program to control the overgrowth of yeasts and parasites; 2) using herbal therapy to heal damaged cells quickly and improve the immunity, and 3) managing stress effectively, and releasing negative emotions such as anger, resentment, fear, regret, and guilt.

Cancer can be seen as a “wake-up call.”  If one can “wake up” and adopt a healthier lifestyle, the cancer experience is merely a “gift” from the divine source!

Please note: Candida is a member of the yeast family.  Therefore, candidiasis is also a form of yeast infection.

Consultation is available at our offices in downtown Los Angeles, or over the phone, or Skype (for international clients).  For more information or to schedule an appointment, please call (818) 472-2213 or send an e-mail to drj@drjsbest.com.  Skype name: academyofvibranthealth.

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According to the western medical establishment, the cause of cancer is unknown. Some researchers assert that we all have cancer genes (oncogenes) in our body.  The reason why some people get cancer but others don’t is due to the way we handle stressors in our life. 

 

After dealing with numerous cancer clients in the past three decades, I have found that there is symbolic meaning in each type of cancer.  For example, women who have breast cancer are usually givers or care-takers.  Breasts symbolize love and nurturing.  They had been busy giving love and care to others but had not received the nurturing they themselves needed.  In some cases, they craved love and nurturing but did not get it because their husbands had extramarital affairs. 

 

Another example is that when a woman has uterine cancer, usually she has unfinished issues regarding sexuality such as sexual molestation or rape.  A person who has throat or thyroid cancer usually has unexpressed rage. 

 

As I indicated in previous articles, poor dietary habits such as the Standard American Diet (SAD) that is loaded with sugar, dairy, wheat, yeasts, caffeine, alcohol, and chemicals create an incubator for cancer cells to ferment.   Psychological stress, either chronic or acute, weakens the immunity, and facilitates this fermentation process. Therefore, the best way to treat or prevent cancer is to deal with the body and mind simultaneously. 

 

Cancer is a life-threatening illness and an extremely traumatic experience.  You can allow the illness to consume you or you can take the bull by the horns and fight back!  Many people are able to exercise their informed freedom of choice and are able to create a “permanent remission.” If you refuse to see cancer as a permanent sentence, but instead see it as a new beginning, chances are you can win the battle and claim victory.

 

Dr. Bernie Siegel, in his book, Peace, Love & Healing (1989), advocates “self-induced healing.” He believes that feelings are natural chemicals that can heal or kill.  As a medical doctor, he chooses to help his cancer patients use these natural chemicals to cure and heal themselves.  “Anything that offers hope has the potential to heal, including thoughts, suggestions, symbols and placebos.” As a result of this firm belief, he has helped countless cancer patients create miracle cures!

 

The late Norman Cousins, in his book, Anatomy of an Illness (1985), suggested that if you have a highly developed purpose, a strong will to live and a creative way of living, you will have a potent healing force!  By exercising this healing force, together with laughter, courage and tenacity, he successfully fought against a crippling disease and increased his longevity.

 

In my book, Breaking the Yeast Curse: Food and Unconditional Love for Magic Healing, I offer a few tools for you to effectively manage stress.  They include: meditation, affirmation, prayers, releasing negative emotions, and writing letters in a proper format to finish “unfinished business”.  Both hard-copy and e-books are available.  Please visit: www.drjsbest.com.

 

 

For telephone consultation on yeast-free nutrition, herbal detox, hormonal imbalance, weight control, stress management, and spiritual counseling, please call us at (800) 715-3053, or (818) 472-2213, or send an e-mail to drj@drjsbest.com.  Consultation sessions over Skype are also available.  Skype name: academyofvibranthealth.  For more information, visit our website: www.drjsbest.com.

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