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Sunday, July 14, 2019

The Truth About Cancer Featuring: Can a Calcium Imbalance Disrupt Natural Healing? (+ the Powerful Role of the p53 Gene in Cancer!)

In this clip from “Eastern Medicine: Journey Through ASIA!”, Ty interviews Jae Lee to talk about the roles of calcium imbalance and the p53 gene in fighting cancer. Watch the full episode here: [].

If you don’t have the right balance of calcium, cell communication breaks down, resulting in chaos. This chaos is where cancer happens, and can often be the result of either too much calcium or not enough. But bringing in a small amount of calcium ion can restore that balance, leading to natural healing.

 Watch the whole clip as Ty travels through Singapore to learn just how important calcium ion can be for fighting cancer and kickstarting the body’s immune response.

 Have you ever heard of the p53 gene? Listen to cancer expert Jae Lee explain the critical role that this gene plays in tumor suppression and apoptosis (cancer cell death). Inactivation of p53 functions is an almost universal feature of human cancer cells. And calcium ion may just be the key to unlocking this powerful, natural gene to fight cancer.

 Want to watch the entire episode? Check it out here: [].

 In the summer of 2018, we traveled through Japan, Taiwan, Philippines, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, and India. Asia is the birthplace of natural medicine with records as old as the 3rd century BCE showing the use of specific natural remedies. Remarkably, we still use some of them today! Over 60 experts, medical doctors, herbalists, and cancer survivors tell us what they did, how they did it, and what their results were in “Eastern Medicine: Journey Through ASIA.”

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