It’s time to get up and get moving for overall better health
During the 6.5-year long trial, researchers collected data from 13,949 men. As they recorded their health, they took particular interest in whether they developed lung or colorectal cancer
Of the almost 14,000 men, 200 developed lung cancer
and 180 with colorectal cancer
It was the men who had higher fitness levels that had a 55% lower risk of lung cancer
and 45% lower risk of colorectal cancer.
And researchers could find a direct link between these lower risks and the amount of exercise the men did.
That’s why, they’re now encouraging men to get up and get moving to beat cancer.
Here’s what you can do.
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“By the end of summer, his doctor could find no trace of cancer”
David J. had an 8cm tumour
wrapped around his backbone – entering his spinal column – when he entered the hospital in Vancouver, British Columbia. This former athlete was completely paralysed. Surgery was scheduled, but the cancer was officially declared “incurable”.
Just four days later, David walked out of the hospital, using only a cane. A year later, he was swimming and riding his mountain bike again. By the end of the summer, his doctor could find no trace of cancer in his body.
What on earth helped David finally beat it? Some toxic new chemotherapy? No.
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Exercise doesn’t have to be about slaving away in the gym…
If you don’t currently exercise, it’s time you start. But don’t think you have to spend hours in the gym competing with other “muscle guys” for a spot on the weight’s floor.
Rather find a hobby or activity you enjoy to increase your fitness levels. As long as it brings your heart rate up, it’s exercise.
Besides that, you’re more likely to stick to the activity if you have fun doing it.
So, take part in golf, start playing a team sport, join a running club, start mountain biking or even start walking the dogs in the park more often.
As long as you’re moving, your risk of developing colorectal or lung cancer is lower than men who don’t.
PS: The real key to healing cancer is to wipe out the stealth disease lurking behind it...
I admit I was downright shocked when I found out that cancer isn't actually what kills most cancer patients! And I've been a doctor for well over 20 years - so not much surprises me anymore.
Even more astounding - this monumental discovery goes back to the 1970s when former US Air Force Dr Joseph Gold uncovered the REAL killer, a condition that no one in the medical field was even talking about!
That's right - the real culprit behind 3 out of every 4 cancer deaths isn't cancer at all. No! It's a syndrome you've probably never even heard of - called cachexia (pronounced "ka-kek-see-ah").
And if you or someone you love is battling cancer... You definitely can't afford to ignore what could very well be the only natural compound that stops this stealth killer in its tracks.