click below to see the main causes of each disease and ways to avoid them



Which Cancers are killing us?



Despite warning of smoking, Lung cancer still takes more men and woman than any other form of cancer with  around 150,000 deaths/year.


Breast cancer in woman comes next with approximately 38,000 deaths followed by Prostrate cancer in men with around 28,000 year.


< Click image to see how cancer develops


Our Defense System.

The job of our defense system is to protect our bodies from all of the bacteria, virus, fungi and parasitic worms in our environment. However, we take risks everyday when we are exposed to cancer agent or components which are known to be linked to causing cancer.


The most obvious is smoking !

Smoking will kill you in a variety of ways

  • Mouth cancer

  • Cancer of the larynx

  • Cancer of the esophagus

  • Stomach

  • Pancreatic cancer

  • Liver cancer

  • Cancer of the cervix

  • Kidney cancer

  • Bladder cancer

All extremely painful ~ Just why do we poison ourselves this way ?


Healthy Eating

Research have shown that we can reduce the incidence of cancer if we just

eat healthy.

  • Eat more fruit & Vegetables

  • Eat more fiber to help rid the body of the waste products our body cannot use

  • Cut out Trans Fat & Saturated fats

  • Reduce both salt & sugar


We have seen by the previous diagram that if our bodies are exposed to toxins, chemicals or drugs, it can and will affect our DNA which allows cancerous cells to mutate into killer cells which will eventually take over our bodies.


Household products such as detergent, floor and furniture polish, paints, and various cleaning products for glass, wood, metal, ovens, toilets, and drains may contain hazardous chemicals such as ammonia, sulfuric and phosphoric acids, lye, chlorine, formaldehyde, and phenol. Air fresheners can also contain chemicals that are harmful to health. Art supplies, such as markers, paint, and glue, may also contain toxic materials. When not properly handled, these products can make the home environment a dangerous place, especially for kids


Home furnishings, such as carpets, curtains, wall decorations, and some furniture, may be treated with chemicals and are potentially dangerous. It is important to note that a few days after installation, new carpets emit volatile organic compounds, which are chemicals associated with carpet manufacturing that can be harmful to humans and the environment. Gas and wood stoves and kerosene heaters may also release dangerous chemicals


We do have choices. The first step is to understand the risks and a few

hours searching the internet will provide you and your family with enough Information that will allow you to reduce that risk and start living

in a safer environment.


There are many companies that can help us achieve these goals like

Melaleuca, Anna Sova and many more


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