If you give your body what it needs, it will surprise you with how quickly it responds. Abundant good health is not in any one cure or remedy – such so-called natural remedies and health cures simply supply the body with the ingredients to set its own healing process in motion.
Herbs, home remedies and natural cures, utilizing medicinal herbs, have been around as long as humankind. However, much of the knowledge of the benefits of these herbal home remedies has been forgotten along the way, particularly in this modern age of fast food convenience. By introducing simple foods into our daily routine we can make the world of difference and a simple example of this is garlic.
Garlic has immune-enhancing allium compounds (dialyl sultides) that appear to increase the activity of immune cells that fight cancer and indirectly help break down cancer causing substances. Studies have linked garlic – as well as onions, leeks, and chives – to lower risk of stomach and colon cancer.
In our modern fast food society, there is no guarantee for health. Adding some simple low cost foods to our daily routine can make the world of difference. There is a wealth of knowledge on the internet regarding natural remedies and health cures, particularly for ailments like cancer. The majority of these treatments involve natural substances that are readily available from the local store and are frequently used around the world.
Many experts believe that cancer is in all of us, but it is only when our immune systems are depleted that the cancer takes over. The cure for many modern illnesses lies within your own body … as long as we give the body what it needs to effect the cure. One vitally important amino acid that has been studied for more than fifty years is Arginine, which can be found in common foods such as wheat germ and flour, buckwheat, granola, oatmeal, dairy products (cottage cheese, ricotta, nonfat dry milk, skim yogurt) and even chocolate. Amino acids are the building blocks of protein and protein is the building block of all living cells. Arginine has been found to consistently inhibit the growth of tumors. Research has indicated that giving arginine in fairly large doses "led to virtual complete inhibition of the carcinogenic process."
There are several vegetable sources of dietary arginine as noted above. It is also found in nuts (coconut, pecans, cashews, walnuts, almonds, Brazil nuts, hazel nuts, peanuts, seeds (pumpkin, sesame, sunflower), chick peas and cooked soybeans.
Health professionals often suggest, for cancer cases, that an increase in fresh vegetables and fruit, along with a reduction in animal fats is preferred. The fats should be more than nuts than meats, especially cashew nuts, almonds, hazelnuts etc. Almonds are particularly recommended.
The body also requires special fats that, among other important functions, make it possible for sufficient oxygen to reach the cells via the cellular membranes. Experiments have shown that the prime, most basic, cause of cancer is too little oxygen getting into the cell.
This is no new cancer cure – health care often coming down to simple nutrition. There are numerous natural remedies and health cures recommended for cancer and other illnesses, but extremely it is our own body that achieves the cure. Simply give the body what it needs to do its work.