Today it is possible to support the natural repair activity with the differentiation factors extracted from Zebrafish caviar. Download the document approved at the congress organized by the Italian Society of Medical Oncology
Most people believe that cancers are hereditary genetic diseases. Recent scientific research approved by the American Cancer Society shows the opposite: tumors are mainly caused by an incorrect lifestyle and by a reduced ability to differentiate cells.
Hundreds of potentially cancer cells develop in each of us every day. Cancer or degenerate cells are spontaneously repaired or “induced to suicide” by the factors that control and repair cell damage. It is the natural process of cell replication, control and differentiation.
When the differentiation of stem cells for various reasons slows down, then the risk of developing a tumor increases. Scientific research conducted by MD Pier Mario Biava e and Dr. Carlo Ventura show that differentiation factors, even when imported, improve the differentiation process of stem cells during the normal reproduction cycle. Just as when you are in a hypovitaminic state you need to import vitamins, if you are lacking in differentiation factors it is essential to import them.
Some deficiencies in pregnancy can give rise to known malformations: for example, folic acid deficiency in pregnancy is known to be responsible for the birth of a newborn baby with spina bifida. Movement and exercise also have importance in regulating DNA epigenetically. For example, it has been shown that after a physical exercise, changes occur at the chromatin level of the cell nucleus, which cause DNA to synthesize proteins, which promote the demolition of fats. This shows that our body and muscles adapt in a plastic way to what we do, to the movements and muscle exercises performed during the day. Thus exercise can be fully considered a medicine and a means of changing our epigenetic code and improving our health. Here I want to emphasize that both the external environment, or the landscape that surrounds us, the air, the water, the food, the social environment, and the internal environment or the sensations, emotions, our thoughts, our desires profoundly change our epigenetic code. If this occurs in the early stages of life, epigenetic changes can have a significant influence on an individual’s adult life, on his physical and mental health. All factors of the external environment such as climate, lack of sun or not, human relationships, social circumstances, constantly change gene expression and involve an imprinting that sometimes lasts a lifetime. What genetics has told us so far and which in part continues to tell us is that each of us is the result of what is its genetic constitution: from the predisposition to diseases, to its intelligence, etc., everything is related to the constitution genetics.
Genes, as we know, are parts of DNA, which are ultimately responsible for protein synthesis and therefore determine what one is and what one will be. It is not possible, except through genetic manipulation (as scholars who only share the reductionist paradigm of science still maintain), to change our genes and therefore one is more or less lucky if he has good, not fragile, genes that can keep in a healthy state for a long time. This is true, but only partially, because in reality much of the research of the last few years tells us a different story.
What I have tried to say about tumor diseases, for example, which are still considered by most scientists and oncologists to be non-reversible diseases, is a different story: most part of the tumors depend on lifestyle, on different environmental causes, on exposure to various carcinogenic substances, which can act on the genome causing mutations, but also epigenetic alterations. All these alterations, as I have tried to explain and demonstrate in the previous pages, can be by-passed and cancer cells can be reprogrammed, returning to be cells with a normal phenotype, using specific and targeted programs that can be found in the embryo in the moment when life is formed. Finally I told how everything counts in the control of gene expression: diet counts, physical exercise counts, mental and emotional states count, the environmental characteristics in which one lives count, family and social relationships count, and all that matters whether or not to maintain our state of health and the integrity of our genes, thus preventing disease. But when a serious disease, such as a tumor disease, has established itself, then targeted treatments must also be put in place.
In this case it is necessary to put in place a treatment aimed at correcting more specifically the errors induced by the tumor on the genetic and epigenetic code: it is a question of using the specific factors of the epigenetic code taken during cell differentiation, which as mentioned above, are able to repair the damage that is at the origin of malignancy, by reprogramming the cells and differentiating them into normal cells, or they are able to induce programmed cell death (apoptosis). In both cases the result is the same: the tumor disease can be controlled and in some cases the tumor can regress. The same thing applies in the presence of chronic degenerative diseases, such as neuro-degenerative, psoriasis or other complex diseases: also in this case we must use the specific substances taken in the different moments of embryo differentiation, that is, we must use the specific programs capable of to repair various damages. These programs are the same that life uses to organize itself: each of them is able to perform precise tasks and precise functions and each of them must be used specifically to obtain the desired results. As has been said in the presence of specific diseases, we must use specific epigenetic programs: this will be the way of the future, even if for the moment all the research is still focusing on genetic manipulations and for a certain number of years we will still have to deal with ” genetic editing ”, on which biotechnology firms will focus and make large investments. This will above all happen for economic reasons, because, as already said, genetic manipulations are patentable and therefore any gene therapies will be in the hands of the most important multinational companies in the world, which will aim to make huge gains. There is only one hope: that the multinational companies, which now govern the world of information technology, come into play, because they have understood that the future of science will be cellular reprogramming. This approach will not only concern cancer diseases that can thus be tackled in an innovative way in the future, but in general it will cover all chronic degenerative diseases, dysmetabolic diseases, inflammatory diseases, auto-immune diseases and anti-aging treatments. In fact, as I said in a very concise way, it is already possible today to increase the duration of our life, but also to prevent aging. This is very important, because if we increase the life span, without preventing aging, in the end we become like Methuselah and we will have a poor quality of life that we will not accept willingly. But if we increase the lifespan and simultaneously prevent aging, as experimentally demonstrated and published, without however carrying out genetic manipulations, then the situation completely changes and the way becomes viable and desirable.
So, as already mentioned, with the various collaborators it has been shown that the different programs that together make up the entire epigenetic code have the multiple functions that have been described in the specific chapter. If these are the main strands that will concern the future of science, there is one thing that we can do right now in every moment of our life and that will serve us to keep us healthy: love and laugh. We have already said about the beneficial effects of love and forgiveness. On laughter yoga and on all-round yoga (therefore asana, pranayama, meditation etc.) there are studies that report how these practices are able to epigenetically inhibit the genes responsible for the synthesis of proteins related to inflammation and stress (already in 2008 a publication on Plos One reported a study on yoga and its beneficial effects on gene expression). After all, my friend Nitamo Montecucco, who organizes many meditation and mindfulness courses in his Center “The Global Village” in Bagni di Lucca, has shown in various studies how through meditation there is an epigenetic balance that leads to an increase in the efficiency of the hormonal system, of the immune system, with activation of the centers that reduce stress, so that a sense of well-being, pleasure and increase in self-confidence are achieved.
Laughter then and the yoga of laughter bring this feeling of well-being and pleasure to the climax. Laughter yoga, practiced as it does in his Richard Romagnoli Workshocks, where alongside a sensational laugh, which only he can do, a life philosophy based on love, on the acceptance of what life offers us, on forgiveness is presented and on the sense of gratitude towards all living beings and all creation, it represents a real therapy, which significantly increases the conditions of well-being and health in each of us.
Here are some tips for a correct lifestyle that, if applied, can counteract and prevent tumors or block them from their very early stages.
• First – Stay slim. When we say lean we mean a body mass index (BMI) between 18.5 and 25. To know your BMI index you simply have to take the weight in Kg and divide it by the height in meters squared: for example, a person who weighs 71 kg and is 1.86 tall has a BMI = 71 / (1.86 x 1.86) = 20.52. If your body mass index falls within the range considered normal, you can consider yourself lean.
• Second – Exercise every day. A minimum daily physical effort of half an hour is commonly suggested, and possibly as you feel more fit even an hour a day.
• Third – Do not smoke. If you quit smoking, the number of cancer cases would drop dramatically. The cigarette, in fact, not only damages the lungs, but many other organs, including the brain. Not smoking greatly reduces the incidence of lung cancer, and also the incidence of cancer of the mouth, of the bladder (the latter is in fact exposed to the toxic substances eliminated through the urine), of the stomach, etc.
• Fifth – Optimize cellular activity through appropriate blood and mitochondrial oxygenation. Therefore it is important to breathe good quality air, to do aerobic physical activity.
• Sixth – Sleep a sufficient number of hours per day (ideal: 7-8 hours per night). Sleep plays an important protective action against aging and inflammation, thanks to detoxification mechanisms of substances (the beta-amyloid protein for example) which, if accumulated over time, are toxic.
• Seventh – Be cheerful and serene, don’t get angry about things beyond our control. Healthy laughter seems to be a right way to open the doors of the soul. According to a study done by dr. Alan Gray of the University of London, and published in Human Nature, laughing favors the desire to tell others about our life, thus consolidating interpersonal relationships, in a positive way and this promotes a feeling of serenity by releasing endorphins that help to reduce toxins that would otherwise be carcinogenic.
• For mothers: Breastfeed babies for at least six months.
Always for prevention, correct sun exposure is important. Ultraviolet rays produce beneficial effects on the body, but they can do damage if you expose yourself without protecting yourself adequately or in the central hours of the day in the periods of greatest insolation.