Dear editor, 

This is in response to Chrys Holley’s letter, "Thank God for efforts to cure breast cancer" [published in the Nov. 18, 2017, Santa Rosa Press Gazette].

Since 1954, rates of cancer in the U.S. have gone up approximately 4,000 percent. During the same time period, the quality of our foods has diminished. The use of fertilizers and food processing has destroyed important minerals, like sulfur.

Sulfur (MSM) enables the transport of oxygen across cell membranes. Sulfur also has a salutatory effect on arthritis and other bodily inflammations. If you can’t get enough quality organic foods, as a source of sulfur, you can supplement your diet with organic sulfur crystals, which I use daily. 

In 1920, Otto Warburg began his study of cancer in both plants and man, for which he received a Nobel Prize in 1931. He proved that cancer in man is anaerobic. Anaerobic, by definition, is cellular metabolism without oxygen. So, it’s all about oxygen to the cells in order to maintain a healthy, cancer-free, body. 

Using sulfur supplements and exercising are two ways to increase oxygen to the cells, but you can also take organic hydrogen peroxide as a supplement. I use a high-quality, 35 percent solution daily. I started by using only one drop per glass of water, three times a day. Each day I increased the drops by one and have seen a major improvement in skin quality, as well as aches and pains. Skin quality, as organ, might be representative of other bodily organs. 

Another dietary change I made three years ago, back in my 60s, was to add hot peppers (habanero’s my favorite), garlic and onions to both a fruit and vegetable group. I blend up these groups and pour them into clear plastic cups, cover with saran wrap, and freeze. I can then take one cup out every other day to thaw out and eat.  

Another added benefit, according to Life-Screening tests, to all of the above is my arteries are clean, as opposed to mild to moderate build-up three years ago. Both my parents died from heart, stroke, Alzheimer’s, diabetes, and cancer-related diseases. Having a healthy body, to me, IS a choice. I’ve also been prostate cancer free now for three years, without any surgery. 

The medical profession does have its place in curing cancer, but it’s also our personal responsibility to understand our current environment, exercise, eat healthily, and make educated choices with supplements. 

Just some food for thought. 



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