DAVID GRANOVSKY

Cancer ‘is purely man-made’ say scientists after finding almost no trace of disease in Egyptian mummies | Mail Online

In OFF THE BEATEN PATH on October 15, 2010 at 9:23 pm

‘There is nothing in the natural environment that can cause cancer. So it has to be a man-made disease, down to pollution and changes to our diet and lifestyle.’

This was explained to me 10 years ago by a master nutritionist.

His point was that:

  1. There is no cancer “in the wild,” where industrialization had not reached. Animals with no connection to modern society don’t get these diseases.
  2. Members of tribal indigenous populations who never showed any evidence of cancer, tooth decay, chronic illness and other diseases would develop all of these conditions when they left their tribes and entered cities to improve their lives.

I believed this then and I am happy to see that modern science is catching on to this important fact.  We live in a terribly toxic world and limiting your exposure to these toxins in the fo0od and water we consume, the air we breath and the environments we live in should be a major priority in our lives. – dg

Caricaturist James Gillray illustrated the taking of snuff, which  appears in first reports in scientific literature of distinctive tumours of nasal cancer in snuff users in 1761

Caricaturist James Gillray illustrated the taking of snuff, which appears in first reports in scientific literature of distinctive tumours of nasal cancer in snuff users in 1761

 

Cancer ‘is purely man-made’ say scientists after finding almost no trace of disease in Egyptian mummies

By Fiona Macrae

Last updated at 10:21 AM on 15th October 2010

Cancer is a man-made disease fuelled by the excesses of modern life, a study of ancient remains has found.

Tumours were rare until recent times when pollution and poor diet became issues, the review of mummies, fossils and classical literature found…

via Cancer ‘is purely man-made’ say scientists after finding almost no trace of disease in Egyptian mummies | Mail Online.

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