Is Breast Cancer A Fungus? Plus More Stimulating Things To Consider

 

A few days ago I did a post that featured information about a 9-part docu-series on cancer and some thought-provoking information about breast cancer. Today’s post continues along that same path with a stimulating question about whether breast cancer and fungus are related. I’ve actually been reading and hearing about the possible connection for several years now, but the theory seems to be picking up steam lately. There definitely seems to be some kind of cause or effect. Whether they are one and the same, or fungus causes or sets a precedent for developing the cancer, there DOES seem to be some relationship between the two.

I know this may seem like a strange notion or possibility to people who are only familiar with what mainstream medicine usually thinks about cancer and its causes, but I wonder what your opinion will be after you read the following information……

 

Cancer-Fungus

What If Breast Cancer Is Really A Fungus?!

According to the National Cancer Center at the National Institute of Health, the word cancer is “a term used for diseases in which abnormal cells divide uncontrollably and are able to invade other tissues.” We all know the rest of the story─thousands of lives lost from breast cancer alone and billions of dollars wasted in the drive to “find a cure.” Despite all this, surgery, chemo and radiation are still the only conventional options available. But what if conventional cancer research and the treatment plans that stem from them, have been asking the wrong questions?

The Cancer-Fungus Connection

“[The terms] ‘tumor’ and ‘cancer’ are formal descriptions. They do not say anything at all,” says Dr. Tullio Simoncini, a trained physician based in Rome, Italy who specializes in oncology, diabetes and metabolic disorders. His book, Cancer Is A Fungus (Edizioni, 2007), examines the causes of rogue cells dividing to form malignant tumors. His conclusion: “Cancer is a fungus that will do what all fungi doform colonies and spread throughout the host area.”

He first made this “out-of-the-box” connection after he noticed the milky-white appearance inside the cancer tumors in his patients. As any woman who has suffered through a yeast infection can confirm, this is similar to how surface-area outbreaks such as candida albicans often appear.

Another link between fungi and cancer is their relationship with sugar. Healthy cells in our bodies use glucose and oxygen to produce ATP (adenosine triphosphate), which is the main source of energy for cell function. Cancer cells, on the other hand, use fermentation to produce ATP. Fermentation does not use oxygen and is, in general, a very inefficient way to produce energy. Cancer cells must consume large amounts of sugar in order to survive and grow.

Cancer cells love sugar and so do fungi. What is the first thing you do when candida gets out of control? That’s right─lay off the sugar and simple carbs like bread and pasta. Sugar feeds cancer and it feeds fungal growth as well.1

In addition, growing fungi produce chemicals called mycotoxins, which have played some part in the development of cancer in humans according to experimental data.  The connection between mycotoxins and cancer lies in its ability to effect the protein production within cells. For example, it can effect protein 53 (p53), a protein that, when healthy, can activate other proteins that repair DNA. According to Dr. Lynn Jennings, family practitioner and medical writer: “A defective p53 protein could allow abnormal cells to proliferate, resulting in cancer. As many as 50% of all human tumors contain p53 mutations.”

If Cancer is a Fungus, Then Treat it Like a Fungus

Dr. A.V. Constantini, retired head of the World Health Organization’s center for mycotoxins in food, believes that an anti-fungal cancer medication may be just over the horizon. Over the last decades, there has been some anecdotal evidence to support this prediction. Dr. Simoncini, on the other hand, is more doubtful because of the basic nature of fungi itself. “They are social elements,” he says. “They network and they will adapt.”

Dr. Simoncini’s solution to heal cancer naturally is simple. It adheres to the basic principles of natural cancer therapies and to my 7 Essentials ™ System, an evidence-based approach to support and heal the body naturally: change the internal environment in the body from one of acidity (which cancer cells love) to alkalinity.

Dr. Simoncini recommends the use of simple baking soda, or sodium bicarbonate therapy. Because the most effective way to shrink tumors is through direct contact with the sodium bicarbonate, in most cases a catheter is used to go through the arteries to the organs within the body. For some cancers, including breast cancer, a simple local infiltration or injection can be used instead. Dr. Simoncini himself claims that this method carries a 99% success rate for healing breast cancer without surgery.

One can also enjoy an alkaline baking soda drink every day. In a glass of purified water, add the juice of ½ lemon and 1 teaspoon baking soda. Stir and enjoy. Because this is such an alkaline drink, always consume it 30 minutes before and at least two hours after a meal. Proper digestion requires an acidic pH in the stomach.

In order to prevent breast cancer naturally, follow a healthy anti-cancer regime that includes the “7 Essentials” of an anti-cancer diet, herbal supplementation, detoxing, emotional healing, biological dentistry, energy balancing and early detection. Maintaining the proper alkaline balance in your body is key to keeping fungal growth─and breast cancer─at bay.

Source: http://thetruthaboutcancer.com/breast-cancer-really-fungus/

More on using baking soda and other natural substances, like oxygen and molasses, for treating cancer, and whether they are really effective or not:

http://www.naturalnews.com/040741_alternative_cancer_cures_oxygen_therapy_alkaline_cure.html#

A thought-provoking article about BRCA and the breast cancer gene:

http://www.greenmedinfo.com/blog/brca-lore-breast-cancer-gene

Women who are iodine deficient are more likely to develop breast cancer:

http://www.greenmedinfo.com/blog/iodine-rich-foods-fight-breast-cancer-1

Iodine: Essential Mineral For Detoxification, Radiation Protection And More

And this article talks about the continuing rise of breast cancer in young women. Unfortunate news, to say the least, but there are also a number of things they can do to keep from being one of the statistics. The article includes a link to a post on natural ways to prevent breast cancer and a downloadable podcast on the topic:

http://www.naturalhealth365.com/breast-cancer-western-medicine-1601.html

Related Self-help Health posts:

Free 9-part Docu-series & Thought-provoking Article on Cancer

The All-important pH Factor

Baking Soda: It’s Not Just For The Kitchen

And don’t forget that the Truth About Cancer docu-series actually starts this evening, with replays of the current presentation available for 23 hrs. afterwards. So be sure and sign up, if you haven’t already. You can find out more and see all the topics to be covered in my previous post.

 

Salud!

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Disclaimer: Please note that any information provided here is as a guideline only, and not meant to substitute for the advice of your physician, nutritionist, healthcare practitioner and/or inner guidance system. Always consult a trained professional before undertaking any change to your normal health routine.

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