Japanese Doctor Shares 5 Cancer Fighting Lifestyles: No Cancer Recurrence for 15 Years

Cancer has always been a disease “to be scared at the mere mention of.” However, a Japanese doctor, since he was diagnosed with kidney cancer, began to reflect on his life. After changing his lifestyle, he has not had a relapse for 15 years after the surgery.

Takashi Funato, director of the Funato Clinic in Gifu Prefecture, Japan, was diagnosed with kidney cancer in 2007. After the surgery, he began to reflect on his living habits. He classified his lifestyle into five categories: diet, sleep, exercise, body temperature, and laughter. Then he realized that his life had already gone wrong.

1. Diet

Takashi said that before he got cancer, his diet was very unhealthy. He often used instant noodles to satisfy his stomach, and he had no restrictions on fast food and snacks. He considers his biggest mistakes in diet were “not caring about the diet” and “thinking that I will not get cancer.”

After the surgery, Takashi believes that the most important thing is to restrict the ingredient of “the sugar that cancer likes.” He changed his chaotic eating habits, ate more local foods of the season, tried to eat until 80 percent full, ate less red meat, ate ingredients without additives, and no or fewer pesticides, ate on time every day, and fasted appropriately.

2. Adequate Sleep

Takashi believes that sleeping is one of the important keys to treating cancer. When he was a surgeon, he was called by the hospital at any time, and his sleep was quite unstable. As a hospital surgeon, this practice was fairly common. Therefore he took it for granted, and at that time, he did not realize how bad it was.

However, sleeping is a natural healing power. The lymphocytes that eliminate cancer cells are mainly innervated by the parasympathetic nerves, which dominate at night.

If the sleeping time is short and the activity time of the parasympathetic nerve is short, the time for lymphocytes to eliminate cancer cells will be shortened. Therefore, he recommends that cancer patients go to bed at 10 p.m, get up at 6 a.m., sleep for at least 6 hours, and never go to bed later than 12 midnight.

3. Exercise

Takashi walks at least 3,000 steps every day after the surgery. He parks his car farther away when he has the consultation with the patients and then walks to the destination.

He recommends that cancer patients walk as much as possible and exercise their muscles. During exercise, body temperature rises, and lymphocytes are activated, so exercising muscles and raising body temperature strengthens the immune system.

In addition, exercise can make the body get more oxygen and inhibit the growth of cancer cells. Exercise can also make muscles consume sugar, reducing the supply of nutrients to cancer cells. Therefore exercise can be described as killing three birds with one stone.

4. Body Temperature

Takashi believes raising your body temperature makes you healthier because cancer likes low temperatures. He advises patients to take baths frequently, which he does once or twice a week. He also pays attention to keeping his body warm, especially in winter, to keep his abdomen and lower body warm.

He pointed out that elevated body temperature increases the activity of immune cells and also increases the number of Heat Shock Proteins in cells, which function as repairing the cells.

5. Laughter

Takashi also advises cancer patients to laugh more in order to stay happy. Even if you cannot smile naturally, you should smile intentionally. Try to take a deep breath and smile; you will feel more relaxed in your heart. People can apply this principle to their daily lives, as it is the key to reducing stress.

In addition, smirking in the mirror or when others are laughing, and laughter is spread around can have the same effect as laughing.

Republished from: https://www.theepochtimes.com/health/japanese-doctor-shares-5-cancer-fighting-lifestyles-no-cancer-recurrence-for-15-years_4821027.html



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