LifeWorks Wellness Center Blog
At LifeWorks we strive to do only one thing: To help our patients achieve their optimum health.
Every person who works in our clinic is focused on that one outcome. Some who come to us are very ill, with life threatening conditions like cancer, Lyme, autoimmune disease or Alzheimer's. Others are struggling with diabetes, high blood pressure, fatigue or low hormones and want a better quality of life. No matter what, each person that we see is given an individual program to meet their needs and help their condition. We do not have a cookie cutter that we stamp our patients with. With this approach we get the best results of any clinic anywhere.
This year I am proud to say that we had our highest ever in number of people helped and that gives me the highest satisfaction and pleasure to let you know that. And it boosts my enthusiasm to do even better next year....
In this Edition
- Why do people get cancer?
- Conditions Treated with Hocatt Steam Sauna
- Dr. Springer Discusses the Causes of Diabetes
- Major Autohemotherapy
Why do people get cancer?
Cancer cells have an altered metabolism. Otto Warburg identified the altered metabolism of cancer cells back in 1931 and received a Nobel Prize for his work. With this understanding we can improve the outcome in cancer patients even better and prevention is possible. Warburg pointed out that cancer cells can’t produce energy in the normal way and this results in having their cell membranes having low voltage. A healthy cell has a resting membrane voltage of about 70 millivolts. A cancer cell has a resting membrane potential of only around 30 millivolts. Because of the low voltage the cell can’t pull in potassium and push out sodium and this leads to an acid build up in cells. When this occurs, oxygen does not enter the cell in enough quantity and so the cell does not use oxygen to create energy.
When cancer cells lack oxygen they switch to fermentative metabolism. This means low energy (ATP) levels inside of cells...
*Disclaimer: Individual patient results may vary based on a patient's medical history and other factors.
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