Our cells are programmed to die and be replaced on a regular basis. Soft cells, like skin, are replaced sooner than harder cells like bones. Sometimes this cell replacement process is disrupted and the replacement cell is not as good as it should be.
This replacement process can be disrupted in a few places in the cell development cycle, with some factors including lack of adequate enzymes, emotional stress, exposure to radiation & chemotherapy, and genetic pr-dispositions.
Most cells can be returned to normal healthy cells in the first three stages, but are less likely to return to a healthy state once they have become mutated or diseased.
Chronic disease and cancer- Most chronic illness develops this way, and cancer is just one of the more serious responses. However, there are science-based strategies for both preventing and reversing chronic diseases, including cancer.
Today we're talking all about anti-cancer strategies, including thermography to find cells that are heating up (a sign of cancer), eating a plant-based diet, testing vitamin d & galectin 3 levels, reducing stress, supplements, and much, much more.
And you can find Dr. Bens on his website