Cancer Prevention Program

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Cancer Prevention Program 
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Why Prevention Programs are Necessary

Whatever is required to be restored to health, the same is required to maintain health. It must be kept in mind that there is only one way to achieve health and that is, by living healthy. There is no other way to achieve health. It cannot be purchased, negotiated, or demanded, but rather must be earned.

To think that we would abandon those activities, which aided in our restoration of health once we achieve health is not rational.  For example, if someone had chronically fermenting cells (CFCs) in their lung, i.e., “cancer”, and they smoke cigarettes, they would be advised to give up the habit in order to help themselves heal. One would not expect that they should then ask for how long they should quit smoking. Clearly, to return to any habits, which played a role in the development of cancer would result in contributing to the reoccurrence.

We live in a modern world that is exceedingly toxic from the air to the water to the food to the EMF exposure to the things within our homes and outside of our homes. Furthermore, due to the artificial lives we live, most of us do not move our bodies except for short intervals. We go to sleep late, we spend most of our time inside buildings rather than in nature, and we have many unwanted demands placed upon us at work, at home, and by government authorities – all resulting in chronic stress. Moreover, many of our relationships with family, friends, and co-workers are “toxic” or unhealthy causing people to cover up negative emotions or, in some cases, overly express negative emotions to others. A growing number of people are depressed, anxious, angry, or sad. Finally, we eat substances that are not truly food designed for humans. In fact, many of the “food” items we eat daily come in packages with labels to describe what is inside. Most of the substances listed under “ingredients” are chemicals that we can neither pronounce nor understand, yet, we eat them anyway. Due to the poisonous ingredients and low nutritional value of the processed food we eat, we find ourselves eating too large portions and too frequently, in addition to the lack of quality.

When we look at the people around us, we see that many are overweight and look unhealthy in a variety of ways. If someone has been sick in bed for one month and is now able to walk to the car, we think of him/her as being “healthy” again. Our standard of “health” has deteriorated to such a degree that we no longer have a reference point of health by which to measure our own health. Furthermore, most people are prescribed and take synthetic, chemicals called “medicine” because their bodies and their minds are adapting to the artificial life they live resulting in, what the medical profession refers to as “diseases”, like hypertension (high blood pressure), diabetes, arthritis, abnormal heart rhythms, autism spectrum disorder, depression, anxiety, ADHD, panic disorders, Alzheimer’s, etc. Other people have learned to ease the psychological stress from living in an artificial world by using alcohol or recreational drugs, which only add an extra burden to their lives.

Regardless of which country a person was raised in, most cultures are quite similar these days due to technology and the international media promoting one lifestyle; a lifestyle of overindulgence and opulence with a focus on earning money in order to continue to purchase more and more “things”. The human race, in little more than one hundred years, has transformed from an agrarian-based culture and lifestyle to a “consumer” based culture/lifestyle. The educational systems (schools) teach basic skills such as language and mathematics as well as many other subjects to prepare them for their future adulthood.

How to Live Healthy

However, one subject that is not in the curriculum and therefore lacking in all schools, in every country is “how to live”. And, as was discussed previously, this results in both physiological and psychological adaptations, including CFCs (cancer). In fact, CFCs are responsible for one out of every six deaths worldwide, and 21 countries ranked as “high-income countries”, now have CFCs as the leading cause of death, while in medium and low-income countries, the leading cause of death remains heart ‘disease’, and the second leading cause of death in those countries is CFCs.  In the United Kingdom, for example, 50% of the population (male and female) will develop CFCs in their lifetime.

School of Life

It is for this reason that we have developed a curriculum that not only educates but also trains people how to live healthily regardless of whether they live in the middle of a large city or a small village.

The School of Life consists of beginning, intermediate, and advanced education and training. These courses not only teach one how to live without developing CFCs but since the focus is on total health, all conditions can be prevented, including diabetes, hypertension, heart ‘disease’, depression, anxiety, etc., etc.

Curricula:

Education

  • How is the human body constructed and how does it work?
  • What does the human body need to function in an optimal way? 
  • What is a healthy mind, free from negative emotions?

Training 

  • How to identify healthy food while shopping
  • How to prepare food to eat that tastes delicious yet is nutritious. 
  • Hygiene, both oral and gastrointestinal (intestines).
  • Movement exercises.
  • Yoga
  • Meditation, or learning to shut off the mind.
  • Ways to reconnect with nature.

Available Therapies

  • Colon Hydrotherapy
  • Lymphatic Therapy

IV therapies, including but not limited to the following: 

  • Vitamin C
  • Alpha lipoic acid
  • NAD+
  • Ozone
  • Pulsed Electromagnetic Field

In order to determine which IV and other therapies would be in the student’s best interest will be determined by the medical team using blood testing analysis at a standard laboratory and an in-house darkfield microscope as well as a physical examination.

The intermediate and advanced courses will be available to students who successfully completed the beginning courses and will consist of a more in-depth education and advanced training in the kitchen and the yoga studio.

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