Washington, DC Area Highest U.S.Colon Cancer Death Rate

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Dirty-little-secrets about what goes on in Washington, DC hit the news daily and the mud-slinging seemingly never ends.  What we know is overwhelming enough…I’m not sure I want to know all of what goes on in the most powerful city in the world!

Unfortunately there is one BIG secret about the Washington metropolitan area that most people don’t know and need to hear.   If you peel back the underbelly of the beltway you’ll find that the Washington metropolitan area has the highest death rate for colon cancer of any place in the United States.

When you ask the “experts” why the colon cancer rate is so high in the Washington area, they’ll claim that the problem is that we slack on colon cancer screening. Screening for cancer DOESN’T STOP CANCER it just opens the door for costly diagnostics and ultimate “treatments”. Sadly, colon cancer for people under the age of 30 is the hardest hit demographic in the United States AND IT’S TIME to focus on the problem instead of the solution!

If the problem wasn’t so serious (and so deadly), the “expert” explanation would be laughable.  Screening for cancer has nothing at all to do with the cancer rate and it’s certainly not the answer to reducing it. It IS the answer for lots of billable expenses.  PREVENTION is the key and that’s something that most physicians won’t even talk about.  In their defense, they’re trained to test and treat and NOT to help you avoid the problems in the first place.  That part is up to you.

What causes colon cancer?  There are a number of lifestyle problems to blame. Obviously diet has a tremendous impact on the rate of colon cancer.  Dr. Hiromi Shinya, the leading colon specialist in the world and best selling author of The Enzyme Factor states that your diet and your water are the two key factors in maintaining colon health.

How to Keep Your Colon Healthy

A diet rich in fruits and vegetables, a balance of grains, reduced protein intake and eliminating dairy products pretty much sums up the “healthy colon diet”.  By the way, dairy products aren’t the real problem…its what’s in the dairy products these days that is wreaking havoc on your colon health.  Keep in mind that you can’t lose eating within any of the food groups if you’re eating fresh, local, non-GMO food.  Since most of us don’t have access to farm fresh milk, it’s best to nix the dairy all together.

Water is just as important to your colon as your food is!

First, you need to be properly hydrated in order to flush out the dangerous cancer-causing toxins. Chronic dehydration and chronic constipation go hand-in-hand.  Did you know that 90% of Americans are considered to be chronically dehydrated?  It’s no wonder we’re in the midst of a health crisis!

When you refuse to give your body the water that it needs to sustain hydration, it will tap your colon for fluids.  Not only is that a disgusting thought…it leads to chronic constipation. If you have a potty problem then DRINK LOTS OF WATER.   By the way, water is interchangeable with nothing in spite of what the beverage marketers tell you….not coffee…not sodas…not juices..not alcohol.  Nothing replaces the body’s need for healthy water.

Healthy Water?

If the quality of your food is a factor then surely you must understand that the quality of your water is a factor too!  If you take your health seriously then you need to clearly understand how to define “healthy” water.

Healthy water is  as free and clear of chemicals, pharmaceuticals, pesticides, chlorine, fluoride and parasites as we can get!  That definitely rules out municipal water options and private wells.

Healthy water should be naturally rich in minerals in order to conduct electrical impulses within the body the way it is intended to do.  This rules out 99% of all commercially bottled (“purified”) water and reverse osmosis or distilled water systems.

Healthy water is considered to be “water with life”.  Water that comes gushing out of the glacier mountains or rushing through the springs of Lourdes, France is electrified through its journey much the same as water is electrified when lightning strikes it. This “charge” causes a molecular restructuring (known as dissociation in the world of science) and it produces an anti-oxidant/anti inflammatory benefit for the human body. That rules out municipal water, well water and bottled water.  You won’t find negatively charged water there, that’s for sure!

Now that we’ve ruled out what 99.9% of America

is drinking what now?

Your only healthy option is ionized, alkalized, electrically charged, antioxidant water!

If you think that the leading colon specialist in the world might know a little about what the colon needs, it’s important to know that Dr. Hiromi Shinya insists that his patients drink only Kangen Water® for colon health.

Kangen Water® is the only “medical grade” ionized, alkalized, electrically charged, antioxidant water worthy of physician recognition and the only ionizer found in hospitals around the world.  It’s also the only ionized water referenced (specifically by name) in cancer books like Killing Cancer…Not People and Cancer Cure.

It’s your colon…starve it…dehydrate it..ignore it

It’s your call.

I think I’ll listen to the leading colon expert in the world.  Not just because I reside in the Washington, DC area but because I’m taking control of my own health and I’m listening to the prevention experts instead of the test and treat guys.

Thanks, Dr. Shinya!

CHANGING THE WAY THE WORLD LOOKS AT WATER

ONE LIFE A T A TIME!

CLICK HERE to get serious about colon health!  I’m happy to get you headed in the right direction!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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