A medical geographer, Harold D. Foster, spent years tracking cancer, AIDS, multiple sclerosis, Altzheimers, Schizophrenia and other illnesses in terms of geographical locations and dominant characteristics of the terrain.
The place with the lowest incidence of cancer is Senegal. The five characteristics Foster found most significant for Senegal:
- selenium (in the soil)
- plenty of sunshine
- hard water (the hardest water in the world!)
- very little mercury in the soil
- no road salt (used for snow and ice, but gives off cyanide when the sun shines on it)
You can get your weekly dose of selenium from eating 2-3 brazil nuts (organic). You don’t need a lot – trace amounts of selenium are what is healthful.
And you can get another essential anti-cancer ingredient right in your own home:
- plenty of sleep!