Women in China Rarely Get Breast Cancer, What DoThey Do Differently?
Not only are there different kinds of cancer, there are sub-types of breast cancer.
To make things even more complicated, cancer can spread at various speeds and it has different expressions at different stages. This makes treatment…complicated.
Up until recently, chemotherapy was our primary tool used against this disease, but we’ve learned it’s probably the worst tool we could use on something as delicate as this. Granted, we now are working on precision forms of chemo that do much less damage to the healthy tissue surrounding the cancer.
To be fair, pretty much all forms of medicinal cancer therapy, except cannabis, have been quite toxic on the human system, and need treatments for the treatments.
No matter how slice it, we could be doing a lot better with treating cancer and it’s almost as if the disease is getting smarter as we get smarter. This is why preventive health care + early detection are our best defenses against this disease (for now).
The good news is we are making strong strides with breast cancer in particular with approximately 87% survival rate past 5 years and 78% survival rate past 10 years.
There is definitely hope, which is why we wanted to share Jane Plants story with you!
Jane’s Success Story
A scientist name Jane Plant was diagnosed with cancer a little while back. As soon as her husband (also a scientist) discovered the news they set out to conquer this disease and rid her body of cancer!
Jane and her husband had both worked in China and she remembered an epidemiological atlas shown to her by her Chinese colleagues showing a rate of breast cancer of 1 in 100,000 women, compared to 1 in 10 women the West.
They proceded to assemble a dream team of scientists to examine why breast cancer rates in China were drastically lower than other countries of similar modernity. This team made some major breakthroughs and developed a cancer-fighting protocol that was getting repeated results.
Naturally, this method wasn’t chemotherapy and therefore pressure was put on them by ‘bought and paid for’ medical professionals, those who financially benefit from the current cancer treatment protocols (chemo is a BIG money maker).
Jan’s cancer protocol has now been made available to the public.
Through the research mentioned above, they discovered that only 14 percent of the calories in the typical Chinese diet was fat as opposed to 36 percent of calories in the Western diet.
(fat, not sugar is the culprit?)
It turns out that Jane’s diet before she got cancer diagnosis was low in fats.
The video below tells the rest of the story!