"The time has come to put major emphasis on the soil." i.e., change the underlying food, eating and drinking habits of humans to improve your own immune system!
2004 Isaiah Fidler, MD, Univ. of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
Aerobic Exercise Battles Anaerobic Cancer
Cancer is an anaerobic growth. Healthy cells in your body are aerobic, meaning that they need oxygen. Of al nutrients required by the human body, oxygen is the most essential. We can only go for a few minutes without oxygen. We are aerobic creatures, cancer is the opposite.
Cancer hates well-oxygenated tissues of the body. Lung tissue, which is well-oxygenated, develops cancer as the result of smoking carcinogens and excessive "rusting" of tissue in the absence of antioxidants to protect the lung tissue.
Get your aerobic exercise 3 - 5 times per week. Do yoga, play tennis, golf, swim, surf, walk, jog, breathe deeply by pushing and sucking oxygen into your lungs, fully expanding your chest. Fully oxygenate your body to help make it less friendly to cancer cells. And, throw out the corn syrup beverages, the alcohol, and other "junk liquids" by drinking lots of clean water as it provides the fluid of life in your body.
And, particularly for those over 50, check out CWX Sports Science available at Brava Center to fully support and keep your body injury-free during your aerobic workouts.