Podcast Episode 079: Learning From Cancer Cells with Zach Bush, MD

Podcast Episode 079: Learning From Cancer Cells with Zach Bush, MD

October 1, 2018 | 65 minutes, 28 seconds

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Podcast Show Notes

Ayurveda describes the cause of cancer as a loss of cellular memory, where cells have forgotten how to function as a part of the whole. Stressed cancer cells cannot survive very long being isolated from the whole, so they start dividing rapidly, attempting to outrace the body’s programmed cell death for such rogue cells.

Restoring cellular memory of how to function as part of the whole is the cancer solution.

In my interview with Dr. Zach Bush, he describes the Ayurvedic understanding of cancer in terms of cutting-edge modern science while eloquently relating cancer’s cellular isolation to the growing trend toward nationalism and global isolationism that we are seeing in the macrocosm.

The solution: we must become whole again, as the whole is much greater than the sum of its parts.

This is an interview you may want to listen to a couple of times!

Ayurveda Meets Modern Science is hosted by Dr. John Douillard, DC, CAP, founder of LifeSpa and author of seven health books (including bestselling Eat Wheat and The 3-Season Diet), seven online courses (including Yoga Journal courses Ayurveda 101 and 201), and numerous free eBooks.

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