Interesting video with some good points. I agree that eating a lot of raw vegetables and fruits, along with roots, tubers, seeds and sprouted non GMO grains, is very healthy (less fruits for cancer due to the sugar content). The healthiest and longest lived people in the world tend to eat a lot of those, as well as healthy oils and get plenty of healthy sunshine, clean air and fresh water. But they also do eat at least some meat. That is, imho, because nature designed us not to be vegetarians, but omnivores - as I believe our teeth clearly demonstrate.
The China Study he refers to also supports the health benefits of eating a mostly vegetarian diet - but it does not provide anywhere close to conclusive evidence that eating meat is inherantly unhealthy.
The healthiest diet in my opinion is one that is closest to the diet mankind has eaten for tens of thousands of years. Mostly raw, mostly vegetarian, but also some meat - just not the processed meat we find in most of our grocers. Like the pure carnivores, organ meat is believed by many to be quite healthy for the human diet.
I certainly agree that a natural healthy diet is the best path to good health and healing. Unfortunately, while there are no lycopene supplement trees as stated in the videos and that it is always best to get your nutrition from your diet instead of from pills or extracts, it is virtually impossible for most of us to get all the nutrients we need for optimum health and healing from diet alone, given out mineral depleted soils and processed foods.
What you have posted is vitally important, but it's a double edged sword, Grz - mineral depletion on one hand, and destruction of vital soil organisms on the other. I have researched soil mineral depletion extensively (and have a couple of overdue articldes that will be coming out in Natural News before long), and there is no doubt in my mind whatsoever that the top eight to ten feet of our soils (much more than just the topsoil) have been depleted significanty on a worldwide basis wherever there has been amodern farming and agriculture, including the use of chemical fertilizers that only return petrochemicals sufficient for growth have been re-introduced to the soils.
The natural path for soil remineralization, besides tumultous events like floods, volcanoes, etc., is that trees roots reach deep into the soil and bring up minerals, which are then returned to the soil by dead leaves and branches and ultimately by the decomposing tree itself. To a lesser extent, the same thing happens with smaller plants with more shallow root systems. Periodic flooding has also always played a part in replenishing the soils in the flood plain areas that make up a large portion of the most productive soils.
Today, we clear off the land, cart off the wastes and bury our dead in vaults. Floods are unnaturally diverted as we attempt to conquer nature instead of live with it. And then comes the other consideration, as you suggest. What minerals do remain in the soil are mostly in the form of rock minerals. It takes time and micro-organisms to break down those minerals into useable forms that can be taken up by the vegetables and plants we eat. Overfarming without rotating crops or allowing fields to have periods of being fallow does not allow enough time to replenish the minerals in usable forms. Worse still, herbicides and pesticides kill off the invaluable soil organisms needed to break down the minerals in the first place.
I am not sure which is the greater danger, mineral depletion or mankind's destroying the soil micro-organisms - but I am certain that there can be no healthy solution that does not incorporate elmination of the chemicals and ways to restore the soil's health to enable those soil organisms to once again flourish.
If you ever saw what happens to a piece of meat left in your trash for a few days, no one would want to eat meat ever again.
By that yardstick, I think that if anyone took some meat, some vegetables and some fruits and left them in the trash for a few days and then took a look and sniff, they would likely become Breatharians!
The eskimos might disagree with you about the animal fat, but I agree that a MOSTLY vegetarian diet is the healthiest and I certainly agree that meat that is subject to feedlot practices, anti-biotic and growth hormones, eating from fields that have been saturated with pesticides and herbicides, and processing into luncheon meats, etc., is not healthy.
Man may not need animal fats, but man certainly developed for tens of thousands of years or longer as an omnivore that ate a diet of both meat and vegetables. A vegetarian diet can be a very healthy diet - but unless someone plans carefully and knows what they are doing, and likely supplements for missing nutrients, it can also be an extremely unhealthy diet. There is a lot more to being a healthy vegetarian than merely eliminating meat and eating only vegetables.
To answer your question - as far as I know I have never had cancer, although friends and family members have. I have helped save a great many people who have had cancer however. I personally do not expect to get cancer because I take oleander extract and other supplements that will never allow it to gain a foothold.
Cancer, in my opinion, is caused by an irritation, usually a persistent one, and resultant inflammation that results in the formation of mutated cancer cells which are ultimately able to defeat the immune system and gain purchase in the body as a growing mass of cancer cells. Such irritation might be from a toxin such as mercury or a herbicide, pesticide or other chemical compound; it might come from a viral infection or a bacterial infection, and yes, it could come from the resultant irritation and inflammation caused by parasites.
Regardless of the cause, the remedy is to adapt a healthy diet and lifestyle, eliminate stress, cleanse and detox to eliminate the source of irritation, attack the cancer cells, oxygenate at the cellular level, provide all the vital vitamins, minerals and other nutrients such as trace minerals that the body needs for optimum health and rebuild the liver and immune system to help defeat cancer and keep it at bay.
A good parasite cleanse and protocol like Doc Sutters could obviously be an integral part of an overall protocol to help beat cancer.