Cure Cervical Cancer Through Diet, Yoga and Meditation

 Cervical cancer is the second most common type of cancer among women, and about 4000 cases were fatal in the last year. Only traditional treatments for cervical cancer such as chemotherapy, radiation, surgery, hysterectomy, or removal of lymph nodes and ovaries can leave women sterile in many The times. However, alternatives do exist for women looking for a more holistic approach to improving their bodies' responses to cancer. Cervical cancer can be treated in alternative ways to harmful traditional treatments. Instead of harsh treatments that can ruin the body, combining yoga, meditation, and a raw vegan diet can be a more gentle and beneficial way to heal.

A raw vegan diet, for example, relies on unprocessed and uncooked plant foods such as fresh fruits and vegetables, seeds, sprouts, grains, nuts, beans, and seaweed. Raw foods and juices provide pure and powerful nutrients directly into your system and are packed with antioxidants and enzymes that are essential for good health. Antioxidants, for example, reduce cellular byproducts of free radicals, which can lead to cancer. According to Leslie Kenton, author of Raw Energy, "Doctors and scientists assert that raw diets not only prevent colds and influenza and delay aging, but they can also help treat cancer, diabetes, ulcers and arthritis."

When Amanda Deming learned that she had cervical cancer from her Pap test results, she revised her preparation and eating method, rather than undergoing surgery to remove the cancer cells. Deming not only made a decision against conventional treatment and chose to treat her body naturally, but she also became a raw food chef. "I think you are what you eat and whatever you put into your body will definitely show up," Deming said. "If you are eating foods at higher vibrations, you will trigger a higher vibration."

In addition to what you put into your body, it is also important to pay attention to how you interact with your body. Yoga, including Kundalini Yoga, which focuses on awareness and balancing the chakra, reduces stress and fights life-threatening conditions like cancer. For example, yoga and meditation help cancer patients use their breath to heal the body. According to Deming, "I believe that once you enter meditation, you will be able to listen to your body and will actually be more in tune with everything that is going on around you - especially from the inside."

Deming, like many other yogis, learned to use her body to heal herself. Today, she is cancer-free and is a certified yoga teacher, raw food chef, massage therapist, and singer. "I plan to live a long, healthy life full of positive energy, vibrant foods, and great people and be happy, healthy and holy." Cervical cancer can be a formidable obstacle and a life-threatening deterrent, but it does not have to be a non-negotiable battle with the body, Deming's case underscores. Through the use of meditation and yoga, in addition to a raw diet, one may appear stronger, healthier and wiser.

Alison Bigar is a writer and filmmaker who believes in using media to empower people to make a difference. After losing her parents to cancer at a young age, Alison became passionate about natural and organic health issues and learned that every disease can be cured naturally, and award-winning director Alison is working in pre-production for a documentary on natural health dedicated to showing people how they treat themselves. From diseases and ailments using natural methods.