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Did you know that one in three people in Ireland will develop cancer during their lifetime? Or that in Ireland an average of 30,000 new cases of cancer are diagnosed each year? These are frightening statistics, but the truth of the matter is that only 5-10% of cancers are genetic, the rest can be avoided. If we alter our lifestyle, especially our diet, and clean up our environment we can greatly reduce our risk of developing cancer.
In his seminar based on his new book, What You Can Do to Prevent Cancer, Dr John McKenna turns his attention to how you can aim to prevent cancer, exploring the pivotal role played by your environment, diet and stress levels, while also offering advice on avoiding specific cancers such as breast cancer and melanoma.
The seminar will empower you to take control of your own health, with advice on simple ways to boost your immune system, avoid stress and harmful toxins in the environment, and guidance on foods we should be eating – and avoiding at all costs. He will also provide guidance on removing sugar from the diet, which McKenna likens to throwing petrol on a burning building when it comes to cancer. The statistics can be frightening, but there are measures you can take to protect yourself and lessen your chances of developing this terrible disease. When it comes to cancer treatment, prevention is better than cure, and the power lies with you.
John McKenna is a scientist and a retired medical doctor who has been practicing natural medicine for 25 years. He is the bestselling author of Antibiotics, Good Food, Hard to Stomach, Natural Alternatives to Antibiotics and Alternatives to Tranquilisers. He lives in Wexford.
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