Last year the “cancer industry” made a staggering $124.6 billion from charitable donations. This industry is making enough to spend millions of dollars employing staff in charities who will constantly keep the donations coming in. And these employees are sometimes given lavish bonuses that the general public aren’t told about.
There are many charities out there whose stated mission is to fight cancer by funding research into treatments and cures, but are they really helping?
The World Health Organization estimates that by 2020, the worldwide number of cancer cases will rise to nearly 50% of the current UK population. A hundred years ago, only 1 in 33 people suffered from the illness.
So why, with all this spend, is the problem amplifying? How have we gone from a 3 percent chance of contracting cancer to a 41% chance? Is there a conspiracy afoot?
In 1980 a “scientific consensus” stated that a low fat diet would reduce your risk of heart disease and cancer – a terrible misconception that may have fueled the disease epidemic, with food manufacturers quickly looking to profit from low fat food markets, so in place of fat they added sugar to their products, creating low fat but high calorie foods.
What is wrong with that you may ask? Well recently sugar has been labelled “enemy number 1″ and there have been many debates regarding its contribution to the increase of obesity, heart disease, diabetes and cancer
Just a little mistake by those in charge you may think; a lack of understanding about the impact of sugar and its risks. Wrong. These dangers were clearly brought to our attention in 1972 by a British scientist called John Yudkin who wrote the book “Pure, White & Deadly” and was ignored by the majority of the medical profession and rubbished by the food industry.
It is only 42 years later that his claims have been validated, and still there is strong resistance from the food industry and a number of science and health professionals who are trying to brush these factual claims under the carpet and label the truth as nonsense. The motivation? Profit. Dark forces are plotting to damage global health for monetary gain.
Calls for regulation are being made, but due to resistance there is currently a long delay in proceedings. Why does it take fifty years for a call to action to be successful? The same thing happened with the tobacco industry; the science showed us the dangers of smoking and it took fifty years to push through regulations due to a number of scientists and politicians disputing clears fact after being bribed by tobacco manufacturers.
I have decided to jump into this war and help educate people about these issues and help them improve their health. I am now running my own blog about health, nutrition and physiology, topics about which I am not without knowledge, having attended one of these sports massage courses from a professional training provider who I worked for as an intern during my University years.
But my contribution to the cause is not limited to cyber-space. I also now teach a Pilates class in my local park on Thursday evenings. I know a lot about Pilates and its health benefits because I did this Pilates teaching training course, also by that same company.
Our greatest weapon against this conspiracy is education, and I am doing what I can to educate others about the dangers of a misinformed lifestyle. This is the only way I can think of helping as we can no longer trust the charities. I just hope that one day that the cloak is lifted from what is masking these mass murderers.