What Really Causes Cancer?
There is no more significant unknown Nobel laureate in the world of health than Dr. Otto Warburg. This brilliant German biochemist, who garnered the prize in 1931 for his work with respiratory (oxygen) enzymes, clearly demonstrated the distinguishing feature of all cancers as being changes in cellular respiration.
What this means is Dr. Warburg discovered that deficiencies in oxygen make cells cancerous. The fundamental property, according to his well researched findings, of cancer tumors are disorders of oxygen utilization. Cancer cells are normal cells that are suffocating.
Two of the best ways to improve cellular oxygen are to take generous quantities of Omega 6 and Omega 3 Essential Fatty Acids, which function as storage and transport forms for oxygen. And, make sure your breathing deeply and powerfully whenever possible.
Otto Heinrich Warburg (October 8, 1883 – August 1, 1970), son of physicist Emil Warburg, was a German physiologist, medical doctor and Nobel laureate. He served as an officer in the elite Ulan (cavalry regiment) during the First World War, and won the Iron Cross (1st Class) for bravery. Warburg was one of the 20th century's leading biochemists. He won the Nobel Prize of 1931. In total, he was nominated an unprecedented three times for the Nobel prize for three separate achievements. [Wikipedia]
The Warburg Theory of Cancer or "Warburg hypothesis" (as distinguished from the Warburg effect) postulates that the driver of tumorigenesis is an insufficient cellular respiration caused by insult to mitochondria. The Warburg Effect describes the observation that cancer cells, and many cells grown in-vitro, exhibit glucose fermentation even when enough oxygen is present to properly respire. In other words, instead of fully respiring in the presence of adequate oxygen, cancer cells ferment. The current popular opinion is that cancer cells ferment glucose while keeping up the same level of respiration that was present before the process of carcinogenesis, and thus the Warburg Effect would be defined as the observation that cancer cells exhibit glycolysis with lactate secretion and mitochondrial respiration even in the presence of oxygen. [Wikipedia]