Cancer cases increase 230% in 30 years….WHY?
Recent government figures reveal a staggering increase in annual medical prescriptions from 180 million in 1996 to 262 million in 2008 representing a 46% growth in the period, and a subsequent blow out on health care costs.
In the latest figures from the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, the annual cost of healthcare to the Australian Government was $103 Billion and representing 9.1% of GDP
This comes as no surprise to Toxins News as without exception, every westernised individual, now has in his or her tissues, 300-500 known toxins that were not in existence before 1940. Since those early years, the chemical revolution has continued, without considering the long-term affects the chemicals may have on ones quality of life or the environment.
All degenerative diseases are on the rise, and it seems in lock-step with increasing toxin exposure. The number of new cancer cases more than doubled between 1982 and 2007. In 1982, 47,350 new cases of cancer were diagnosed in Australia compared with 108,368 cases in 2007
“Disease is regularly occurring at younger ages. Infants and children are contracting catastrophic illnesses at increasing rates. In the last 20 years, in spite of billions of dollars spent on research, cancer has moved from the number 8 killer in the developed world to the number 2 killer. In 1900, 5% of the westernised population died of heart disease, cancer, or diabetes. Today, 95% of us will die from any combination of these causes. Without a doubt Toxins are slowly killing all of us, but there is a dearth of information on the significant growth in toxin exposure.”
It is quite alarming at how the vast majority of us are blissfully unaware of the amount of toxins we are exposed to on a daily basis and the significant effect it is having on our health and drug dependency. The Australian public seem to accept it as the norm, to rely on an average of 12 prescriptions per year, which address the symptoms of our ailments but not the actual cause. Increased toxin exposure can also be directly linked to Australia’s obesity problem as toxic overload can slow the metabolism and lead to weight gain”
Consumers attribute various ailments to bugs and viruses, including unaccountable aches and pains in the joints, allergies, skin rashes and spots, backache, bad breath/body odour, depression, frequent mood swings, poor concentration, lack of energy, nausea, furred tongue, regular headaches/migraines, and susceptibility to colds and infections.
In reality most of these ailments are due to an overload of toxins, seriously compromising the bodies mechanism to expel these toxins which are discharged from the body by the liver, kidneys, lymphatics, colon, lungs and skin. As more and more toxins accumulate in your system, they place severe stress on these organs of elimination. With continued accumulation, the liver, kidneys, and other organs may begin to malfunction, causing a weakening of the immune system. The endocrine glands no longer secrete the proper amounts of hormones into the bloodstream, metabolism slows, producing a hospitable environment for illness and weight gain.