Parent Essential Oils (PEOs) Deficiency Results to Skin Cancer Epidemic

PEOs deficiencySkin cancer is now a worldwide epidemic. One important analysis of the trends of skin cancer worldwide from 1978 to 2002 indicated that, “The rise in the incidence of skin cancer leads us to conclude that measures of primary prevention are failing or insufficient, or that it is still too soon to evaluate their efficacy.” Note that the failure to prevent skin cancer is primarily because of insufficient PEOs consumption and PEO adulteration as well as the widespread recommendation of fish oil supplementation.

The second significant analysis on the advanced increase in the incidence of skin cancer revealed that more than two million people in the US develop over 3.5 million nonmelanoma skin cancers per year.

The third significant analysis revealed that skin cancer incidence equals all other American malignancies COMBINED. The number of skin cancers in Medicare beneficiaries intensely increased 76.9% over the years from 1992 to 2006, it is due primarily to an increase in the number of affected individuals.

The fourth significant analysis revealed that the incidence of melanoma increased in all categories of tumor thickness both for men and women. The alarming conclusion of this study was that malignant melanoma is one of the fastest growing cancers.

This shocking and tragic result is predicted due to the rampant use of fish oil. This worldwide cancer tragedy is the result of other nations following American’s wrong EFA advice. The tumors are becoming thicker due to higher and higher worldwide consumption of adulterated PEOs. Both conditions result in worldwide epidemics of patient PEOs deficiency.


Mike Maunu – Founder