Cancer hates carbon dioxide

Cancer hates carbon dioxide

Cancer hates carbon dioxide.

Who knew?

We do, now!

And in today’s study, we find out just how carbon dioxide affects cancer.

And we learn another reason why carbon dioxide is important.

In the study, researchers found out that there is a mechanism for cancer cells to get rid of carbon dioxide.

So the cancer cells purge the carbon dioxide and become more cancerous.

They grow quicker when they carbon dioxide is denied, so they continue to purge it.

When cancer cells have too much carbon dioxide, they create these enzymes that get rid of the carbon dioxide very quickly.

But what’s going on here?

In school, we were taught the carbon dioxide is a waste product.

We breathe in oxygen, and we breathe out carbon dioxide.

However, the truth is completely the opposite.

We breathe in oxygen, and we create carbon dioxide — but the carbon dioxide is as important as the oxygen.

In fact, a healthy body has high levels of carbon dioxide.

The higher the level of carbon dioxide, the more oxygen reaches your cells.

That’s why when athletes are running or exerting themselves, they generate 50 to 100 times as much carbon dioxide.

And at the same time, their cells receive a TON of oxygen.

This happens because the higher carbon dioxide levels allow higher amounts of oxygen to reach the muscle cells.

And it’s not just the muscle cells that need carbon dioxide to ensure they get enough oxygen.

Higher carbon dioxide levels let more oxygen reach every cell in your body.

In other newsletters, I told you about the cancer metabolism.

The cancer metabolism is the lowered metabolism that causes the body to create cancer.

And the cancer metabolism lowers carbon dioxide levels.

Cancer cells are in a metabolic state that hates carbon dioxide.

In this study, they show that cancer cells are more likely to express certain enzymes that get rid of carbon dioxide.

Since carbon dioxide helps oxygen get to the cells, this lowers oxygen levels drastically.

The potential for strong induction of tumors by hypoxia will now need to be considered.

People who are sick have low oxygen and low carbon dioxide.

People who are healthy have high carbon dioxide and good oxygen levels.

This is one of the reasons why, oddly enough, lifespans are longer in high altitudes.

Because of high altitudes, the cells have less oxygen and more carbon dioxide.

As a rule, most long-lived people live in high altitudes.

Now, you don’t have to move to a higher altitude to increase your carbon dioxide.

Although, moving to a higher altitude is a great idea… at least part time.

But if you’re not into the idea of a move, you can do other things to increase your carbon dioxide.

You can increase your carbon dioxide levels by doing things like taking thiamine (vitamin B-1).

And you can do a baking soda treatment for cancer prevention — there may even be a cancer treatment with baking soda one day.

You can also take the prescription drug acetazolamide.

And there is also favorite method — which is bag breathing.

Raising your carbon dioxide levels is perhaps the most important thing you can do for your overall health.

It certainly helps to beat back cancer and other issues.

It will even combat fibrosis — including penile fibrosis.

All these medical conditions from cancer to penile fibrosis and even type II diabetes exist in an environment of low carbon dioxide.

So they exist with low oxygen levels reaching the tissues.

By increasing carbon dioxide levels in the body, all sorts of health miracles can take place.


Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.
Hypoxia-inducible Expression of Tumor-associated Carbonic Anhydrases
http://cancerres.aacrjournals.org/content/60/24/7075.full-text.pdf 

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