So, what exactly is a tumour? According to the dictionary, a tumour is defined as 'a swelling of a part of the body, generally without inflammation,...
So, what exactly is a tumour? According to the dictionary, a tumour is defined as 'a swelling of a part of the body, generally without inflammation, caused by an abnormal growth of tissue, whether benign or malignant.'
Tumours can be found in any part of the body and almost in any organ.
Unlike a malignant tumour (cancer), a benign tumour does not spread to other parts of the body.
However, it can pose a problem if it compresses vital structures such as vessels or nerves, necessitating treatment. Some benign tumours go away on their own.
Malignant tumours, of course, have to be dealt with at a deeper level.
Read on to find out how you can either prevent or even dissolve tumours…
Go on a whole plant-based diet
This is the diet that nature intends us to eat – fruits, vegetables, nuts and seeds.
Minimise the grains. If you nourish your body with the right fuel, it will flourish.
Stop animal products
We are not biologically designed to eat animal products.
Milk is also meant for baby calves, not humans.
Animal products pile on the toxins in your body.
Don't have tobacco
It causes cancer.
If a car is not used for days, you'll have an issue. The same applies to your body. For healthy cell growth and blood circulation, daily exercise is mandatory.
When you exercise, eat well and stay away from stress, you automatically sleep well. Sleep is the time your body heals, give it that time to do its work.
Stay away from mobiles
Though this is tough, it needs to be done. Use earphones or speakers. Use landlines as much as possible. Limit your mobile time.
Practice safe sex
Multiple partners can increase the risk of contracting sexually transmitted infections.
Our cells respond to our thoughts. Charge them with positivity and they will stay healthy.