Cancer prevalence a call to change society and ourselves
by Greg Gillette
published November 1, 2007
Cancer strikes fear, dread, sadness and anger in our lives. Cancer is “the disease” of these modern times. How did cancer become such an epidemic and what can we do about it?
As I look upon our society as a whole, I see a society that is ill: overrun with materialism, competition, coldness, sadness and a sincere lack of community where we have a real sense of communion toward each other.
I peer through these observations with a heavy heart because I have experienced these feelings of life. Striving to see the positive, I know many folks are building community, peace and heartfelt feelings toward one another.
However, cancer is not going away anytime soon, and why is that? From the spiritual/emotional aspect, I sense that isolation and loneliness, coupled with the lack of real communication and the over- stimulation of our senses with materialism, is a core factor. People, on the whole, are rather lost and isolated in the true sense of human connection. Anxiety, separation and stress are prevalent in our communities, and these feelings weaken our physical, mental and spiritual forces.
Our society is cancerous and it is deeply affecting everyone.
Looking to the physical world, we have to take into account, the “toxic load” of this world in which we live. The water, air, commercial food and chemical products that are a part of our daily lives are a major part of this cancer epidemic.
What can be done?
Therapeutically, what can be done to decrease the risks of cancer and effectively nourish someone who has this disease, with a high possibility of transforming that person’s health so that the cancer is no more an issue and health and vitality are restored?
The total view of life must be taken into account. Aspects of nutrition, relationships, spirituality, emotions and vocation have to be brought into balance and harmony.
Nutritionally, I have found that a predominately raw foods diet, including raw meat, raw eggs and raw dairy, especially raw butter, gives the body the necessary nutrients to remove and dissolve toxins, dead cells and cancerous cells and to regenerate new cell growth that allows for rebuilding and revitalizing the affected areas of the body. Raw meat is the best source of food to generate new cellular growth, and raw fat is the best source of food to dissolve and remove toxins, dead cells and cancerous cells. Raw fresh vegetable juices will alkalize and oxygenate the body and aid the raw fat in dissolving toxins. This diet can take some time to get used to, but in my professional opinion, it is the best diet to heal from cancer and bring forth health and vitality. All foods should be free of chemicals, and the dairy, eggs and meat should be from pastured chickens, wild fish and cows that eat grass. Various herbs and supplements are also very important to facilitate healing and detoxification.
The rest of the story: http://www.citizen-times.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20071101/OPINION03/71031052/1194 [We don’t agree with all that Greg says, like eating animal flesh and protein, but he’s on the right track when he talks about a raw foods diet – Editor.]