Expereview Week #1: Cancer and Metabolism - The Mechanism behind the Mutation

Cancer and Metabolism - The Mechanism behind the Mutation

We'd like to start a weekly review featuring the best of the best videos, podcasts and readings from our past 7 days. It's hard to capture all that we've digested within our posts alone, and often the authors themselves explain their topics better than we ever could. It's their passion, their expertise and often the culmination of their life's work...

So, without further adieu we bring you the Week #1 of Expereview!

This week we'd like to feature a couple videos on a topic that touches almost everyone in some way - Cancer. Let's pull back the curtain on this mysterious condition, and get to the root cause of the mutations that we call cancer; what they are, why they form and how we can stop them.

We all have cancerous cells in our bodies. Right now, this very minute, you've got mutagenic cells somewhere in your body! Why do some mutations become cancerous, and others don't? I'll turn it over to Thomas Seyfried and Dominic D'Agostino:


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Original text by Joshua Titus and Shaina Deciryan, with images by organic lifestyle photographer Shaina DeCiryan © 2015 Orlando, Viera, Rockledge, Florida