Ten Steps To Fight Cancer
Dr Day developed and promotes the “Ten Steps to Fight Cancer”.
- 1. Proper nutrition - explains what the patient should and should not eat. A diet of fruit, grains and vegetables in their most natural state is recommended – 75% is eaten raw – and excludes all meat, poultry, fish, dairy products, eggs, sugar and refined foods. Elimination of stimulants includes sugar, tobacco, alcohol, street drugs, drug medications, monosodium glutamate, aspartame and other sugar substitutes, and caffeine (which dehydrates the body). When Day was sick, in addition to her vegan vegetarian diet of 3 meals a day, she drank 8 glasses of freshly made carrot juice, 4 glasses of fresh green leafy vegetable juice and 1 glass of fresh orange juice.
- 2. Exercise - we must do exercise which we could enjoy.
- 3. Drink water - the body needs water to transport nutrients to healthy cells and to excrete toxins. There should be a minimum of 10-12 glasses per day. (We lose 10 glasses of water from our body every day, just by living - it is imperative to replace the water losses).
- 4. Sunlight exposure - we need sunlight in order to boost our immune system. An hour a day is recommended in the early morning. (Proper nutrition protects against skin cancer, and sunlight is claimed to actually decrease the size of internal cancerous tumors).
- 5. Temperance - we should avoid our unhealthy habits.
- 6. Fresh air - we need a fresh air environment because cancer grows faster when a person breathes uncirculated indoor air.
- 7. Proper rest at proper time - we have to rest at a proper time as this makes our immune system stronger.
- 8. Stress relief - we have to be relaxed especially after stressful work.
- 9. Attitude of gratitude - think positive and be happy in order to be healed effectively.
- 10. Spiritual benevolence - do what is good not only to ourselves but also to others.
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