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I simply fucking hate what cancer does to people.
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Sad to hear.
Cancer will change a person. It puts a whole different outlook on what happens next.
Thus it has solidified my belief structure, and changed me, along with other major events in my life.
You see, I am post op, and after a year been given a clean bill of health. God gets the praise, for his involvement, and his healing, in mind and body.
Pray for her and those close to her at this time, if you are so inclined. Prayers are appreciated and helpful for those in need.

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Regarding the Wolves comments.

It is totally obvious to me that most cancers (if not all) are a result of lifestyle and dietary considerations as well as some outside sources like pollutants. The key is keeping the body on top of it's game, from a health/diet standpoint. Thus giving the body a chance to fight the outside sources. Everybody is born with potential cancer cells, but the drive is to keep them from morphing into something the body can not combat. I am not saying nobody would ever get cancer if on top of their game, but the odds get dropped significantly. My guess, nearly by 75%(based on gut feel).

#1 cancer food? My humble research is showing sugars as the food, but not causation.

Sorta goes to your domestic/wild wolf comment, in that the wild one eats natural and is in good physical shape. Lessens the outside sources ability to catch hold.

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Shane /Germanstar.
Regarding the Wolves comments.

It is totally obvious to me that most cancers (if not all) are a result of lifestyle and dietary considerations as well as some outside sources like pollutants. The key is keeping the body on top of it's game, from a health/diet standpoint. Thus giving the body a chance to fight the outside sources. Everybody is born with potential cancer cells, but the drive is to keep them from morphing into something the body can not combat. I am not saying nobody would ever get cancer if on top of their game, but the odds get dropped significantly. My guess, nearly by 75%(based on gut feel).

#1 cancer food? My humble research is showing sugars as the food, but not causation.

Sorta goes to your domestic/wild wolf comment, in that the wild one eats natural and is in good physical shape. Lessens the outside sources ability to catch hold.

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What constitute natural food and good physical shape? When your number is up, its up.

Just a side note, cancer as an illness, was known to Chinese ancient medicine over 2,500 years ago. They had the word "cancer" in their medicine archive but unfortunately the knowledge of cure was destroyed when the First Emperor ordered to destroy all ancient writings.

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Shane /Germanstar.
Regarding the Wolves comments.

It is totally obvious to me that most cancers (if not all) are a result of lifestyle and dietary considerations as well as some outside sources like pollutants. The key is keeping the body on top of it's game, from a health/diet standpoint. Thus giving the body a chance to fight the outside sources. Everybody is born with potential cancer cells, but the drive is to keep them from morphing into something the body can not combat. I am not saying nobody would ever get cancer if on top of their game, but the odds get dropped significantly. My guess, nearly by 75%(based on gut feel).

#1 cancer food? My humble research is showing sugars as the food, but not causation.

Sorta goes to your domestic/wild wolf comment, in that the wild one eats natural and is in good physical shape. Lessens the outside sources ability to catch hold.

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No doubt true. I recall reading years ago about a 'lost' tribe discovered in Amazonia, which agreed to play host to a small anthropological team for study. The tribe's diet consisted entirely of raw freshwater fish and local fruits/berries. Both heart disease and tooth decay were unknown to these people -- un.known.

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What constitute natural food and good physical shape? When your number is up, its up.

Just a side note, cancer as an illness, was known to Chinese ancient medicine over 2,500 years ago. They had the word "cancer" in their medicine archive but unfortunately the knowledge of cure was destroyed when the First Emperor ordered to destroy all ancient writings.
Unprocessed and uncooked. Natural.

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Agree on the unprocessed, and uncooked, but then some tempered cooking is fine. Just don't char broil or burn stuff. Also I avoid beef and pork, do to injected growth hormones, and bad fats. Fish would be good if you are very aware of mercury content, so minimal fish. Also the omega oils balance (3's 6's 9's) is waaay off in the american diet. it's near 20 to 1 bad fats and the balance should be closer to 8 to 1. Good meats are venison , elk,ostrich,turkey chicken, and then it goes bad to beef pork.

Guess the Jewish had something there with avoiding pork, eh? Wonder how they knew?

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In Amazonia, mercury content is (was) not much of an issue, and as the natives ate the fish, small bones and all, their teeth benefited from the high fluoride content of the bones. I tend to believe that case studies such as this provide incontrovertible evidence in regard to the diet we should be adhering to, and that the further we wander from the natural place in our planet's biosphere, we more convoluted our existence becomes.

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