KC Craichy’s SuperHealth Podcasts: Cancer – Step Outside The Box (Part 4)

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Posted on 18th August 2011 by admin in Health Alerts |SuperHealth Podcasts

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KC Craichy talks with best-selling author Ty Bollinger about the cure for cancer – not getting it in the first place. While this concept may sound trite and overly simplistic, there is much truth in it. This is an important podcast for everyone battling with cancer, people who are supporting loved ones in their fight against cancer, and anyone who wants to avoid a cancer diagnosis.

Audio Transcription

KC: Welcome to Living Fuel TV. I’m KC Craichy. So, you have not received a diagnosis of cancer but you obviously don’t want it. Maybe, your parents have had it. Maybe, it runs in the family. Truthfully, you probably just inherited your momma’s cookbook, but we really need to focus on the things that are healthy for us and not do the things that are not healthy for us. Most people, this is a proven fact, that most people know that many of the things that they eat and drink on a daily basis are extremely unhealthy for them. Yet, they eat it anyway. Is that wisdom, Ty?

Ty: KC, that’s not wise at all. Biblically, the definition of wisdom is taking the knowledge that you have and applying it. And we know inherently that eating the junk food, the fast food, the processed food, the burger and fries, is not healthy. We know that. Everyone knows that in their head. But it’s not wise to not apply that to your lifestyle and to continue doing that all the time. I’m not saying you can’t go out and have a burger and fries every now and then, but as a lifestyle eating that way is not wise because you have the knowledge in your head, you don’t apply it and you know it’s going to make you sick eventually.

KC: Absolutely. So, eating is probably one of the primary reasons that people get sick. It is what they eat.

Ty: I believe it is. The eating as we’ve talked about in the past segments, eating and the environmental toxins. Those two go hand in hand.

KC: And, of course, drinking goes along with eating.

Ty: Drinking is part of eating and the water that we drink or the water that we don’t drink and that we replace with sodas or whatever else.

KC: Let’s talk about a few things. You talk about the fries and the burger. I mean, really, we know that fried food, particularly with the vegetable oils, is exceedingly unhealthy, cancer causing unhealthy.

Ty: Right. And the reason is that when you use hydrogenated oils, which is adding an element of hydrogen to the oil to make it preserve and last longer, it makes more money for the companies that sell it. That’s the reason they do it. They’re not doing it to hurt you, they’re doing it to make more money. But in essence what it does when they hydrogenate the oil is it kills the electron cloud around the fats, and then those fats get into your body and they have a hard time assimilating oxygen into the cells. It causes cellular wall deficiencies. It causes low oxygen in the cells. That leads to cancer. So, that’s really why the fake fats and the oils are bad.

KC: You know, it’s interesting. There was public pressure that caused this atrocity on our health. Many years ago, they used to use beef tallow as the oil to fry French fries and things like that in fast food chains. Now, you can’t hurt that oil.

Ty: No.

KC: You can heat it but you can’t hurt it but people always say fried foods are bad so somebody got the bright idea that we could use vegetable oil, and so there’s no cholesterol and people would feel like it’s more healthy. The fact is, though, the vegetable oils were never designed to be heated like that, and they become destroyed and mutated and poisonous and now it’s way worst to eat fried foods today than it was even a generation ago.

Ty: That’s true. Because of the fact that when you do heat the oils as you mentioned, it changes them chemically and it basically changes them into something that your body looks at as an invader. It doesn’t know what to do with these oils. It can’t metabolize them, it can’t process them. And so somebody that eats a high, fat high fried diet, they’re continually putting into their body foods that are not really foods, that their bodies are having to fight off. And so, if your body is having to fight to protect you from the food you’re eating, there’s nothing left to protect you from the cancer.

KC: Right. And so, we have to strengthen our bodies so that we can handle the toxins that we cannot avoid, but if we’re putting toxins in all the time and we’re exposed to toxins we cannot avoid, disease is an imminent result.

Ty: Yeah. Because your immune system reaches a point of overload. And then, once you reach this point of immune system overload, then that’s when cancer manifests itself. Up to a point, you can fight it off. It’s like, and people’s immune systems are different based upon their diet, based upon some genetics, too. Your immune systems can fight off certain things differently. For instance, if you go into a typical office environment, and somebody has the flu and they go to work. You may have 30 people in the office. Only three or four of them get the flu. Why did the other 27 not get the flu? Well, it’s not because they didn’t get exposed to the same flu bug. It’s because they had a better immune system than the three or four people that did get the flu.

KC: And one the factors you are going to talk about, you’re not eating the wrong thing but do eat the right things. Supplementing like vitamin D levels. How important is vitamin D levels in not getting cancer and other disease?

Ty: Very important.

KC: Because it’s a huge immune modulator.

Ty: It is. As a matter of fact, there was a Creighton University study just a few years ago, showed I think it was 77% of cancers can be avoided and prevented just with proper dosage of vitamin D.

KC: Vitamin D. Even omega-3 fish oil, is the same kind of thing.

Ty: Yes, because the omega-3 fats, on the flip side of the coin, we were talking about hydrogenated oils earlier, how they stop you from getting the oxygen to the cells. The omega-3s bring the oxygen into the cells. So, it’s the flip side of the coin. The hydrogenateds are horrible. The omega-3s, the pure omega-3s, the fish oils and all that, extremely important in a cancer preventing diet.

KC: So, it’s really important if they haven’t been diagnosed that they get extreme in their nutrition. Now, I mean, we eat for building blocks, for fuel and for fun. OK and when we get the fun mixed in with our building blocks and fuel, it becomes a lifestyle. That’s when people get in trouble. It’s not the pizza every now and then or even the French fry every now and then, which I think that’s on the never eat list, French fries and doughnuts. But it’s the things that people do on a daily basis. They either guard them or open themselves up to disease.

Ty: It is. It’s the habits.

KC: It’s the habits so people really should take this very seriously. Now, we have another issue we want to mention. It’s that avoiding environmental hazards that you have control over.

Ty: Right.

KC: Like, for instance, if your doctor says “Hey, I’m going to get a CT Scan just to check that out,” we have to recognize that that’s 400 to 500 times the radiation as a chest x-ray. Or if you want to get a mammogram, the recommendations changed. We’ve done shows on this, go back at LivingFuelTV and check out the shows on medical radiation. You’ll be blown away with the research that is behind that. But they changed the recommendation from every year after 40 to every other year after 50. Why? Because a panel of the world’s experts said this is dangerous to expose people to that much radiation. It’s actually causing breast cancer. So, there is a good and a bad about these technologies, and we need to understand that it’s a lifetime load of radiation we’re concerned about.

Ty: Yeah, it’s the cumulative effect.

KC: It’s the cumulative effect. So, we need to keep a journal of the things when we do medical radiation. We need to journal the times I’ve had one CT Scan. I’ve heard of people having five CT Scans in a week. I mean, you’re talking about serious radiation load that causes significant risk of cancer down the road.

Ty: Yeah. And that’s one of the things that you do have control over is the amount of medical radiation you’re exposed to, and there’s other things that you have the control over to as well. Filter your water to get rid of the toxins in your water. That’s a simple step. Drink filtered water as opposed to tap water because of the fluoride and the chlorine and the other lead and arsenic that are in the water.

KC: What about lawn chemicals?

Ty: Yeah. I mean, watch your insecticides that you spray on your lawn. Watch your pesticides that you spray on your garden. You have control over those things.

KC: What are a few other things we have control over?

Ty: You don’t have any control over the air you breath, unfortunately, and so our air is extremely polluted. But you do have control over the amount of exercise that you can do and that’s something we haven’t talked about but I just thought of this. People that don’t exercise don’t stimulate their lymphatic system, which is one of the ways that you detox your body. So, if you’re sitting around and you’re eating, you have a great diet but you’re not exercising, you’re only getting half of the piece of the puzzle.

KC: And if you’re obese, you’re actually more susceptible to disease.

Ty: Yes. Because of the fat and the way that the fat causes disease, but that’s another segment. What I do want to mention here is one of the best ways that you can prevent cancer with a simple exercise device is a little mini-trampoline. A little rebounder about three, four feet across. You just jump up and down on the mini-tramp 20 to 30 minutes a day.

KC: Lymphatic flow.

Ty: That will stimulate your lymphatic system and that’s one of the best ways you can detoxify your body. To stimulate the limbs.

KC: This has been an awesome series, brother. God bless you. We hope that people enjoyed. I’m sure they did, and many lives will be changed as a result.

Ty: I enjoyed it, KC. God bless you, too. Thanks for having me.

KC: Hope you enjoyed it. God bless you and have a great day.

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