Dr. Olree says that Fluorine causes more cancer than any other mineral. Iodine prevents more cancer than any other mineral. Now we are finding that fluoridation of water is causing hypothyroidism to rise by thirty percent of more.
We have less iodine in our soils and thus less in our food as time goes on. Add to that the Cesium still being released into the Pacific Ocean from Fukashima every day since about this time four years ago and we have a “lack of Iodine crisis” in this country.
By the way, the price of Iodine almost doubled after the “event” in Japan. The “common knowledge” is that Iodine will remove radiation from the body. True, but a very expensive way to go about it. Boron is the only mineral that can accept radiation of all forms and not change it’s electron/neutron balance. It just attaches to the radiation and escorts it out of the body. Boron is how the Russians put out the “fire” of Chernoble.
Back to the Iodine. It is in the Halide group (Fluorine, Bromine, Chlorine and Fluorine in order from heavies mineral to lightest mineral). If the body has enough Iodine to use for all of the bodily functions (and we have been using Iodine in overdrive since Fukashima, depleting our bodies), it will simply excrete the other three that cause soooo much trouble in the body (we do need minimal amounts, but if you attempted to never eat any of those three, you would stay sufficient simply as a function of nature). If we lack Iodine the body tries to use the other three, the body either says “wrong” and throws that attempt away and tries again (premature aging) or, if the body’s tumor suppressing genes malfunction, disease sets in.
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A new study reveals ginger contains a pungent compound that could be up to 10,000 times more effective than conventional chemotherapy in targeting the cancer stem cells at the root of cancer malignancy.
A new study published in PLoS reveals a pungent component within ginger known as 6-shogaol is superior to conventional chemotherapy in targeting the root cause of breast cancer malignancy: namely, the breast cancer stem cells.