It is well known among both cancer scientists and infectious disease specialists that the most important defense against both types of disease is to have a powerful, balanced immune system.
Dr. Everson Cole, a surgeon from North Carolina, has collected data from all over the United States on people who had advanced cancers, yet for some seemingly unknown reason underwent a complete spontaneous cure and the cancer disappeared completely. The most common link between all of these miraculous cases was that something suddenly boosted the patients’ immunity. Further evidence comes from the observation that suppressing people’s immune systems increases their cancer risk dramatically. (
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Good nutrition is important to all immune function. This includes not only adequate protein, carbohydrate, and fat intake, but also all of the vitamins and minerals, especially:
• Vitamin C
• Natural vitamin E (mixed tocopherols and tocotrienols)
• B vitamins
Of specific importance is the finding that even a single deficiency, such as thiamine (B1), riboflavin (B2), or pyridoxine (B6) can cause significant impairment of immune function.
The medical profession rarely addresses these important, life-saving findings. What this means is that nutritional supplementation can make the difference between life and death. During infections, the body must produce trillions of white blood cells (lymphocytes, neutrophils, macrophages, and monocytes) to fight the invading organisms.
Producing this many cells requires higher levels of vitamins and minerals. But it is
difficult to replace lost nutrients when an infection is rampant. Rather, it is better to keep
your body healthy and well-supplied with nutrients in anticipation of possible infection.
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