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Re: Healing Cancer from the Inside Out
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Published: 13 years ago
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Re: Healing Cancer from the Inside Out

You do have a point there grz but, as far back as 1936 it was recognized thru Senate Document No. 264, that there was a deficiency of minerals within the soils of the United States.................

Dr. William A. Albrecht, Chairman of the Department of Soils at the University of Missouri...................
"A declining soil fertility, due to a lack of organic material, major elements, and trace minerals, is responsible for poor crops and in turn for pathological conditions in animals fed deficient foods from such soils, and that mankind is no exception."

"NPK formulas, as legislated and enforced by State Departments of Agriculture, mean malnutrition, attack by insects, bacteria and fungi, weed takeover, crop loss in dry weather, and general loss of mental acuity in the population, leading to degenerative metabolic disease and early death."

It would be logical to assume that the quantity of minerals available from our soils will diminish over time, as crops will extract these minerals from our soils but not replace them. Unless they are replaced by natural methods such as flooding from glacial meltwater, or artificially via the intervention of man, then we will continue to have crops which will become far less nutritious, resulting in an increasing susceptibility to disease (including cancers) from malnutrition and under-protection.
The consequences could be horrendous and one of the main reasons I now think that supplementation has become an absolute necessity.




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