New Research on How Inflammation Affects Early Onset Cancer

New links between what you eat and your health

Elaine Hilides
ILLUMINATION-Curated

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female scientist looking through an inverted microscope at cells
Photo by National Cancer Institute on Unsplash

I’ve had cancer twice, and my partner also had kidney cancer, so I’m interested in keeping us as healthy as I can.

I have clients who are on their cancer journey and want to know how to feel as positive and fear-free as they can, and I’m happy to help, but I’ve noticed how my clients are getting younger.

Yes, that could be because I’m getting older, but I wasn’t happy to read that cancer figures are rising among young people.

Over the last few years, the number of young people diagnosed with this disease has risen without any apparent reason. Experts have been unsure why this is happening.

Until now.

You Are What You Eat

I’ve been ranting about this for many years in relation to weight loss and, more importantly, your health.

You know, if you eat crap, you feel crap. Processed food and white carbs give you nothing nutritionally and mess up your microbes. But now experts tell us that eating insufficient fibre and too much sugar causes your gut to produce bacteria that cause cells to age prematurely.

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Elaine Hilides
ILLUMINATION-Curated

I can help you go from anxious to peaceful. Wellbeing coach for over a decade. Author, and International speaker, lives by the sea. elainehilides.com