In the United States, cancer statistically now strikes half of all men, and a third of all women. Those tough odds are compounded by the odds of surviving that cancer. Why is this happening, and what factors can improve our chances?
The rise of diseases now typical of Western society has coincided oddly enough with the industrialization of the modern diet – food allergies, lactose intolerance, gluten intolerance, GERD, peptic ulcers, Crohn’s disease, celiac disease, diabetes, obesity, irritable bowel syndrome… and ultimately cancer. How does our food supply contribute to this common thread of illness, debilitation and early death?
The answer is staring us in the face – chemicals!
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA), which most Americans believe is in place to protect our food and guard our health, has instead allowed more than 70,000 chemicals to infiltrate our food supply. Many of these dangerous ingredients are outright toxins, and until we stop eating them, we are poisoning ourselves, undermining our health and allowing cancer to enter our bodies.
Author Sean David Cohen cuts through the myriad symptoms and the labyrinth of technical information in the medical and academic literature to give readers an easily digestible guide to the harmful additives lurking in our food – so you can stop eating them!
In simple language and colorful illustrations, Don’t Eat Cancer provides prudent advice that you can put to use immediately to identify toxic ingredients hiding in processed foods, beverages, gums, candy and even cosmetics and cigarettes that are weakening your body and inviting in cancer every time they are consumed.
Learn how to read labels, and then clean out your pantry and clean up your life so you can avoid adulterated additives and stop eating cancer – that is, stop putting harmful foods into your body that are only contributing to illness and early death.
Instead, you could teach yourself to steer clear of the most dangerous ingredients and start living a revitalized life with a rich, toxin-free diet! Protect yourself, improve your health and boost your energy, armed with straightforward information about “what cancer is, where it comes from, and how to impede its development.”
The importance of this information is all about the health and wellness of the end user, so it is designed as the ultimate layman’s guide – with very user-friendly language that clues you in on the most important FDA-approved poisons you and your family have likely never even heard of.
Stop guessing how to “eat healthy” and start avoiding the chemicals that are known to disrupt normal cell behavior and ultimately bring down your immune system. Whether you know it or not, eating “just a little bit” of these ingredients every day is accumulating a toxic result.
Don’t Eat Cancer will teach you how not to be a victim in the kitchen, the grocery store, restaurants and more.
According to author Sean David Cohen, it is time to change the way that we look at cancer, as well as how to cure it: “View it as a disciplined, active prevention plan, and the cure will follow. Even if you already have cancer, if you stop pouring in the poisons, your own good cells will have a much better chance of fighting and surviving the bad ones. It’s common sense.”
“There are enough chemicals in common products to easily end your life in the next 10 to 20 years,” Cohen writes. So there is no time to waste in getting up to speed in how to protect your body from the daily chemical invasion, and stopping eating cancer already.
Sean David Cohen’s upcoming book Don’t Eat Cancer will be released by Koehler Books on April 1, 2014.
“One thing is for sure, once you read this book, you will change your grocery buying habits, and clean out your pantry. This book is proof that people are eating and drinking all kinds of stuff that causes cancer and they don’t even realize it. I really do recommend this exceptional research and it’s really easy to read.” – Anne K.
“I’ve read at least ten books about cancer and disease, and this is by far the most informative and direct.” – A. Evans