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The question of evolution
How evolved are we?
BRCA genes – options for potential breast cancer prevention
Sharon Gavioli explores the current options for breast cancer prevention for women tested as positive for the BCRA gene. The article also touches on the current research supporting the importance of lifestyle choices in the prevention of cancer.
A healthy lifestyle and breast cancer prevention
A healthy lifestyle and breast cancer prevention presents how we feel about ourselves may impact our ability to sustain healthy lifestyle choices.
The new genetics and Science of Divine Religion
Why is one person so uniquely different from another? Whatever has originated the extra-human that separates one person from another, it is cunningly intelligent.
The prophecy of Universal Medicine
The future of Medicine is all encompassing the Science of Responsibility at a scale far greater than we care to contemplate, hence we take for granted what is implied by the word ‘Medicine’. Reluctance to ‘see outside the box’ is another delay to keep us away from true Medicine – the one which restores our collective responsibility to a divine, ‘universal’ way of living.
Most cancers are almost completely preventable
Seyfried is saying “You can’t get cancer if you are Mitochondria healthy, which points to a Ketogenic diet and to avoid the common high sugar, high carbohydrate diet that most people follow today. High drama ahead when the medical world catches up.”
Has genetics failed us?
We think we inherit our health issues from our parents, so we say things run in the family, that it’s genetic. Do our genes set us up for a predetermined destiny, or are we overlooking something?
The prevention of breast cancer – the answer is in our bodies
Epigenetics and cellular science are showing that illness, such as breast cancer, is not random bad luck but the result of the environment within us over which we have enormous control via understanding the true impact of all our choices.