Exploring the Common Causes of Cancer with Cancer Expert Dr. Kevin Conners

Cancer begins with the rapid replication of a single cell. So it begs the question: What triggers this initial normal cell to go haywire? According to Dr. Kevin Conners, Clinic Director at Conners Clinic, an Alternative Cancer Treatment & Coaching Center, who has been studying alternative cancer care for over 23 years, there are a number of factors that can disrupt cell replication, including toxins, chemicals, herbicides, parasites, bacteria, viruses, and heavy metals. In today’s world, we are exposed to an unprecedented amount of these harmful substances, far surpassing what our grandparents and great grandparents encountered. Consequently, our bodies may become overwhelmed and struggle to eliminate these toxins effectively, leading to an accumulation that can fuel the development of cancer.

But there are some important steps we can take to mitigate the damage, beginning with proper detoxification.

The Importance of Detoxification

Detoxification takes center stage in addressing the root causes of cancer. But it’s important to not go haphazardly into the process. Dr. Conners emphasizes the significance of detoxing in the right order. For example, chelation, a common detox method, should not be the first step. Without the proper elimination channels open, pulling toxins out of the body’s tissues can potentially make you sicker than you were before. A systematic approach to detoxification becomes crucial.

Dr. Conners has a 7-step protocol he recommends for his patients, called The 7 Phases of Detoxification. It is a step-by-step guide toward health and healing using SAFE detoxification methods.

Unleashing Your Body’s Parasympathetic System

The body’s nervous system can be divided into two parts: the voluntary and involuntary systems. The involuntary system, known as the autonomic nervous system, controls functions we don’t consciously think about, such as our heartbeat and liver function. When was the last time you had to remind your heart to beat or your liver to do its job?

Within the autonomic nervous system, there are two opposing categories: the sympathetic and parasympathetic systems. The sympathetic system is responsible for our fight-or-flight response to stress. It prepares us to either confront or escape from threats, with all the bodily responses which might be needed for the alarm: increased blood pressure, dilated eyes, and heightened alertness. The parasympathetic system is the rest-and-relaxation side of the nervous system. But don’t let “rest-and-relaxation” description fool you. The parasympathetic system is constantly at work controlling such things as immune function and our detoxification pathways.

A problem arises when we experience an imbalance in favor of sympathetic dominance, causing our nervous system to be overactivated for a prolonged period of time and our parasympathetic side to be deficient. The result? A compromised immune system and impaired detoxification processes. That means that even if we’re following a healthy lifestyle, our poisoning potential increases. That’s why addressing anxiety and reducing stress becomes crucial for cancer patients. Counseling and certain adaptogenic herbs can help manage anxiety levels, bringing the sympathetic drive under control and allowing the parasympathetics to thrive.

Get the Bad Stuff Out

Proper elimination is key to removing toxins from the body. When waste products are not effectively eliminated through the kidneys and bowels, they can be reabsorbed, leading to toxicity and potential health issues. Many individuals mistakenly believe that having a bowel movement a couple of times a week is normal, but in reality, it indicates severe constipation, according to Dr. Conners. Even those who have daily bowel movements should consider their intestinal transit time—the duration it takes for food to become stool.

If it takes several days for what you eat today to appear in your stool, you have a slow intestinal transit time. This means that feces can accumulate in the colon, even if you have a daily bowel movement. Unfortunately, this can result in the reabsorption of toxins that your liver and intestinal wall work so hard to prevent.

To optimize your health, it’s important to prioritize proper elimination and maintain a healthy intestinal transit time. By supporting regular bowel movements and efficient waste elimination, you can prevent the reabsorption of toxins and promote overall well-being.

One method to aid elimination is through coffee enemas. They can assist with elimination, but their primary purpose is to stimulate the parasympathetic nervous system. By doing so, coffee enemas indirectly contribute to improved elimination and support overall detoxification efforts.

Take a Load Off Your Liver

The liver plays a crucial role in the detoxification process, eliminating toxins from the blood that may have been absorbed through various routes such as the gut, breathing, or injections. To ensure optimal liver function, Dr. Conners recommends stimulating bile production. Healthy bile flow is essential for efficient toxin elimination.

Promoting liver health involves adopting a comprehensive approach that includes proper nutrition, targeted supplements, and herbal remedies. By providing the liver with the necessary support, you can significantly enhance its detoxification capabilities.

Preventing Toxin Reabsorption

A crucial aspect of the detoxification process is the prevention of toxin reabsorption. A “leaky gut” which is often caused by the damaging effects of GMO foods can lead to substances crossing into the bloodstream instead of staying within the gut. This overload on our detoxification pathways triggers immune system hyperfunction and increases inflammatory cytokines, resulting in a variety of detrimental effects.

To address this issue, intestinal binders have emerged as valuable nutraceuticals that assist in preventing the reabsorption of substances within the gut. Dietary sources like fiber found in various foods act as natural intestinal binders, effectively holding onto substances and preventing their reabsorption. Additionally, specific nutraceutical intestinal binders such as Humic and Fulvic Acid, Zeolite, Bentonite Clay, Activated Charcoal, and Sodium Alginate offer targeted binding properties.

Revolutionary Therapies for Healing

At the Conners Clinic, one groundbreaking approach that has shown promising results is the utilization of Rife technology, specifically light treatment therapy. Each patient is provided with a personalized Rife machine programmed to target their specific condition. This innovative device employs light frequencies delivered through a Tesla tube to stimulate the body’s natural healing processes. The carefully personalized, calibrated frequencies are designed to specifically target cancer cells while avoiding any side effects. This safe and non-invasive treatment has demonstrated remarkable potential in assisting the body’s self-healing capabilities.

Personalized Nutrition for Optimal Health

Dr. Conners and his team understand that a one-size-fits-all diet does not always work for cancer patients. That’s why they work to develop an effective dietary plan, using genetic testing, kinesiology testing, and blood testing for each individual. These comprehensive assessments help identify foods that may have detrimental or beneficial effects based on the unique genetic makeup of the patient. By tailoring the diet to support the body’s specific genetic system, Dr. Conners aims to provide a crucial foundation in the fight against a variety of chronic conditions cancer.

Unlocking New Perspectives in Cancer Treatment

Dr. Conners’ methodology not only recognizes the significance of unleashing the body’s innate healing potential but also incorporates cutting-edge therapies like Rife technology. Additionally, the individualization of dietary choices based on genetic and diagnostic testing adds a crucial dimension to this holistic approach.

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To learn more about the work of Dr. Conners check out: https://www.connersclinic.com/



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