Monday, May 10, 2010

Chemicals Related to Cancer: Sanoviv a Pioneer

It seems The President's Cancer Panel has finally caught up to the findings at The Sanoviv Medical Institute.

According to an article May 3, by Nicholas D. Kristof, columnist for the New York Times, the 200 page report produced by the cancer panel "calls on America to rethink the way we confront cancer, including much more rigorous regulation of chemicals."

He notes that the report warns about exposures to chemicals during pregnancy, when risk of damage seems to be greatest. Noting that 300 contaminants have been detected in umbilical cord blood of newborn babies, the study warns that: "to a disturbing extent, babies are born 'pre-polluted.' "

"Only a few hundred of the more than 80,000 chemicals in use in the United States have been tests for safety," the report says and "many known or suspected carcinogens are completely unregulated."

With 41 percent of Americans destined to be diagnosed with cancer at some point in their lives, it's important to research what chemicals could be dangerous and avoid them.

This is where the Sanoviv Medical Institute has lead in research and treatment for chemical pollution. Detoxification is a key treatment when you visit, plus education on what chemicals are found in your body and how to avoid them.

On my first visit to Sanoviv, when it opened about 10 years ago, they found 20 chemicals in my blood, including five from fabric fumes. It turns out my office was in the showroom of Canada's largest furniture manufacturer and I was in charge of decorating their showrooms throughout North America, plus for photography shots. I had left that company 10 years before visiting Sanoviv, yet the chemicals had been circulating in my blood during all that time. I stayed longer at Sanoviv for detoxification and restoration.

The Sanoviv Medical Institute was founded by Dr. Myron Wentz, PhD, Microbiology and Immunology, founder of Usana Health Sciences. People come from around the world for diagnosis and treatments. A full hospital, it also embraces holistic and nutritional medicine, plus many other areas that affect our health, such as exercise, psychology, stress management, massage, spa treatments, thalasso pools, and specific treatments for particular diseases. Check out their website at: www.sanoviv.com

A weekend diagnostic visit to Sanoviv is well worth your investment, as you receive a comprehensive report on your health, along with specific ways to improve it.

Be sure to read Dr. Wentz' book, A Mouth Full of Poison, The Truth About Mercury Amalgam Fillings.

The Usana nutritional supplements play an important role at Sanoviv. My husband and I are certainly committed to taking them for life, with one important reason being to provide our cells with some of the ammunition needed to fight against the harm produced by unwanted chemicals.

Meanwhile, start with a few precautions:
. Use glass containers in your microwave.
. Choose foods grown without chemical fertilizers, pesticides and growth hormones.
. Check for radon levels in your home.
. Drink filtered water.
. Use skin and body care products free of chemicals and parabens (Usana's Sensé is one of the few product lines to meet this test.)

Take the proliferation of chemicals seriously. It seems to me, from what The President's Cancer Panel and Sanoviv have discovered, taking action could improve the quality of life for you and your family.

Deanna Waters 1-888-320-8250 www.ddwaters.com








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