Why Cancer Has Become A Global Pandemic http://drthomaslodi.com This is why cancer has become a global pandemic. In America, it’s one out of every two and a half people who will develop cancer and across the globe it’s growing regularly where today it’s roughly one out of every four people. It is without question a pandemic. So why is it that there are so many people developing cancer? This is the topic of conversations for the majority of health associations. One hundred years ago these kinds of numbers didn’t exist so obviously something has changed. There really is one solution to this growing concern although it has a number of facets to it. The glaring and obvious answer is people are dealing with a toxic overload in their bodies. The human body is a biological system and as such is constantly doing one specific function; trying to remain in homeostasis or balance within the body. The biological system is aiming to keep stability, balance and optimal functioning for all bodily systems. Maintaining balance for a biological system occurs at a fundamental level through biochemistry. The body is continuously protecting itself and as a result the heart or liver aren’t allowed to simply do heart or liver normal functions. All these organs are forced to do various other things and because of this their function declines and effects overall health in a negative manner. As a result of our body having to manage all these toxic substances, it opens the possibility for cancer to grow.    • Stop Making Cancer      / @drthomaslodi  

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