How to reduce cancer cells

I want to gather your stories about your struggles in the fight against cancer. Email motherhealth@gmail.com for your story that will be added in an ebook I want to prepare to help those with families who had cancer and will want to fight against cancer in any form from surgery , exercise, no meds to holistic approaches.

What I learned from my parents who died of lung and liver cancers is that cancer shows signs many years before and it took us by surprise.  And that we guessed many possible root causes , we ignore the signs of skin issues, difficulty breathing , blood lab tests, and  have no idea how to stop it or even fight it.

We saw how our clients and family members succumbed and were defeated by cancer. In the future, we are now more aware of the many signs and many possible ways to stop it.

Email me how you won the battle against cancer.

Possible weapons against cancer are whole foods, sunshine, exercise, avoidance of toxins , microbes and parasites, sleep, strong immune system and avoidance of sugar and red meat, white carbs, fermented foods, alcohol, nicotine, second had smoke , and unhealthy lifestyle.

Story of a 76 yr old male, with lung issues who still survived past 6 months

His doctor told his wife that he has 6 months to live. We have been caring for him, together with a team of caregiver for over 12 months. During those times, he did not get any bed sore or skin issues as we wash his body with water with hydrogen peroxide and baking soda, massage with oil mixed with eucalyptus and peppermint, prepared meal like soup with spinach, garlic, onions and carrots and always cheering him up.

He always soaks up in the sun for few minutes and does his squatting exercise. He is on oxygen for 24 hours.

He has one third of his right lung removed, had sepsis so one of his leg was removed and other metabolic disorders. He use to work as a firefighter in Palo Alto, California.

Hi daily breakfast include boiled eggs, oatmeal and hot green tea. Sometimes, I add few drops of apple cider vinegar or lemon in his tea. And in some occasions if he has nausea, I add a pinch of magnesium powder. I always offer cut apples and fruits for him as one of his caregivers. I trained all caregivers on his routine from massage to soups. This is standard of care at Motherhealth, caregiving agency in the bay area.

Connie

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