Cancer, The Disease That Takes Far Too Many Lives

In our society, no group is immune from these deadly phenomena. From preteens to the elderly, from low-income earners to high income earners, from blue collar workers to white collar workers, we are all susceptible.

The naturopathic community has always stated that the quality of food eaten affects human health, although the medical community has allowed the opposite to proliferate throughout the world. I recall speaking with an oncologist pointing out that sugar feeds the disease process, especially cancer. His answer made me question his basic understanding of human health when he said, “It does not matter what you eat, and you can eat all the sugar you want, for it’s your pancreas’ purpose to regulate sugar levels.” I asked, “What happens when the pancreas stops working and causes diabetes?” He said, “Then you need to take insulin and monitor your diet.” Recommending to moderate the diet after the disease is established, what sense is that, how about prevention of the disease instead?

This recent Harvard study certainly refutes this oncologists’ beliefs. Article written by Heidi Godman: “Healthy diet associated with lower COVID-19 risk and severity. Scientists found that people who reported eating the most fruits, vegetables, and legumes had a 9% lower risk of getting COVID and a 41% lower risk of developing severe COVID during the study period, compared with people who reported eating the least fruits and vegetables. Researchers also found a link between COVID and a poor diet or socioeconomic disadvantages.” “If you could remove just one of those factors — diet or disadvantage — we think nearly a third of the COVID-19 cases could have been prevented,” notes Jordi Merino, the study’s lead author.[1]

The systems are broken, we are on a spiral decline as diseases will skyrocket in the next 10 years—it’s inevitable on the trajectory we are taking. Despite all the money being spent on mental illness and cancer, they are still growing. They call the gut the second brain, is it any wonder why cancer and mental illness are often linked together? Both young mental illness and the rise of childhood cancer has risen by 25% in the last 40 years are interrelated to airborne pollution, heavy metal toxicity, pesticides, herbicides and diet and even connected to the treatments.[2] This process is referred to the bioaccumulation of toxins which influences the gut microbiota, and affects the various organs and glands.

The cellular breakdown in developing cancer takes many years, a compromised immunity does not happen over night; exceptions being high radiation or other direct toxic exposure. Treatment must be approached to the causal focus; cancer should not be treated reversely; healthy cell structures must be maintained from further deterioration and infection with all treatments.

According to an article in Medscape Medical News, written by Carolyn Crist, “about 233,900 new cancer cases and 85,100 cancer deaths are predicted to occur in Canada in 2022, according to new research.”[3] We expect the most commonly diagnosed cancers to be lung overall (30 000), breast in females (28 600) and prostate in males (24 600). We also expect lung cancer to be the leading cause of cancer death, accounting for 24.3% of all cancer deaths, followed by colorectal (11.0%), pancreatic (6.7%) and breast cancers (6.5%). Incidence and mortality rates are generally expected to be higher in the eastern provinces of Canada than the western provinces.”[4]

They go on and rather than admit the medical system is totally out of control they allude to the fact it’s not and use a scape goat to protect their exposed butts. “Although overall cancer rates are declining, the number of cases and deaths continues to climb, owing to population growth and the aging population.”[5] The limited progress in early detection and new treatments for pancreatic cancer explains why it is expected to be the third leading cause of cancer death in Canada. Pancreatic cancer, wonder why you may ask, is it because all disease begins within the gut?

The International Journal of Molecular Sciences reviewed several studies about the role of probiotics and protection against colon cancer. The studies discussed multiple angles from which probiotics can help in colon cancer prevention, including: “anti-carcinogenic effects, anti-mutagenic properties, modification of differentiation processes in tumor cells, production of short chain fatty acids, and alteration of tumor gene-expressions.” They concluded that these results warranted further study into the true potential of probiotics.[6]

Cancer is the leading cause of death in Canada[7],[8] and previous estimates have shown that 43% of all people in Canada are expected to receive a cancer diagnosis in their lifetime.[9]

In our society, no group is immune from these deadly phenomena. From preteens to the elderly, from low-income earners to high income earners, from blue collar workers to white collar workers, we are all susceptible. The underlying issue still remains; the people are not happy and are looking at external means in order to compensate for something missing deep within.

All healing begins in the mind; drugs have replaced common sense and personal responsibility. Take a pill let someone else become your health care guardian, does this sound like sound advice?

Let’s look beneath the narrative. Cancer statistics are on the rise, and the growing numbers has moved the disease to a priority issue for the global community. As The Lancet reports, cancer deaths have increased 46% between 1990 and 2013.[10] On Jan 1, 2016, new international development priorities called Sustainable Development Goals will focus on decreasing premature deaths from non-communicable diseases by 2025.

A few statistics are summarized below:

  1. The rise in all types of cancer is due to modern diet, lifestyle, and environment. Records of lifespan prior to the 18th century are scarce, but in all records of studied prehistoric skeletons, only 200 cases of possible cancer have been found.[11] However, from 1900-2011, cancer deaths have increased 3-fold.[12]One researcher found that in 80% of processed food, 4 main ingredients are found which harm immunity: GMO corn, wheat, and soy, and processed meat.
  2. Acidic diets cause cancer.Blood pH should be within a range of 7.3 to 7.41. If the pH is lower than that range, acidosis occurs, which leads to central nervous system depression. Severe acidosis (below 7.0) can cause coma and death. If the pH rises above 7.45, the result is alkalosis. Keeping the body closer to an alkaline state (up to .05) can make a significant difference in cancer growth or suppression. Cancer cells can’t live in an alkaline environment. A simple way to increase alkaline is by taking common baking soda, 1 tsp twice per day in water.
  3. Sugar feeds cancer.A four-year study at the National Institute of Public Health and Environmental Protection in the Netherlands compared 111 biliary tract cancer patients with 480 controls.[13] Cancer risk associated with the intake of sugars, independent of other energy sources, more than doubled for the cancer patients. Another epidemiological study covering 21 modern countries (Europe, North America, Japan and others) found that sugar intake is a strong risk factor for higher breast cancer rates, especially in older women.[14]
  4. Conventional cancer treatment kills more than it cures.Five-year relative survival rates for cancer are standard because after 5 years, many patients’ conditions worsen. More accurate long-term statistics would reflect ten years or more, as well as data on cost-effectiveness, immune system impact, quality of life, morbidity, and mortality. When these factors are considered, chemotherapy makes little to no contribution to cancer survival.

These are the underlying facts and we are releasing this information as a means of prevention and how we in our own way can make life changing choices as a means of lessening the risk of becoming a statistic.

Prevention is the key: an organic diet, lessening the time spent with radiation from WI-FI environments, avoidance of refined and hidden sugars and processed foods, and if possible lessening stress. A strong natural immunity is important. Immunity 4 in 1 is a product designed to boost the natural immunity and provide ongoing, robust support. It includes Pure Vitamin C, Pure Vitamin D3, Bioflavonoids and Quercetin.  T-cells should be kept at optimum levels, which can be helped with Thymus gland, and USP pharmaceutical grade Melapure Melatonin, which has been used in several cancer studies. Effects of melatonin on cancer: studies on MCF-7 human breast cancer cells in culture.[15]

Gut health is also important, as all disease begins in the gut. Our Full Spectrum Digestive Enzyme and Laktokhan probiotic complex can benefit gut health tremendously.” According to a study released in PubMed in referencing probiotic and prebiotics, “Various mechanisms have been proposed including its anticarcinogenic effects, antimutagenic properties, modification of differentiation processes in tumor cells, production of short chain fatty acids, and alteration of tumor gene-expressions.”[16]

As you see, the system is stacked against society but for those who are enlightened there are numerous preventative pathways for remaining healthy and the avoidance of disease, including cancer.


[2] A new study shows that “childhood maltreatment is a leading environmental risk factor for an unfavourable course of disease in major depressive disorder. Both maltreatment and major depressive disorder are associated with similar brain structural alterations suggesting that brain structural changes could mediate the adverse influence of maltreatment on clinical outcome in major depressive disorder.” Nils Opel, MD, Ronny Redlich, PhD, Katharina Dohm, PhD et al. 2019.








[10] The Lancet Cancer Campaign

[11] Trying to Estimate Cancer Rates in Ancient Times – The New York Times (

[12] Products – Vital Statistics of the US – Homepage (

[13] Dietary sugar intake in the aetiology of biliary tract cancer – PubMed (

[14] Diet and breast cancer: the possible connection with sugar consumption – PubMed (