As "Deadpool" looks to rocket past $300 million this weekend on it's way to being one of the most successful comic-book movies of all time, it has been very good news indeed for the cinematic future of the antihero, who can heal quickly from everything from gunshot wounds to cancer.
However, the really good news for "Deadpool" fans - and people in general, is that a real-life cure for cancer and "healing factor" are not that far off, according to renowned physician Dr. Ronald Klatz.
The author of 42 books, including the best-seller "Grow Young With HGH", Klatz is a bioscientist with a portfolio that includes dozens of patients, and is president and co-founder of The American Academy Of Anti-Aging Medicine (worldhealth.net).
Klatz says the first key is to make your body as uncomfortable as possible for cancers to live and grow in.
"How do you do that?", he asks. "You limit the amount of fructose in your diet, because cancers love fructose. You make sure that your body is well-oxygenated. That comes from exercise and from breathing properly. You (also) make sure that the body doesn't become acidic and you achieve that by fortifying your body with vegetables - especially green and leafy vegetables. But lemons do it, too."
"You have to feed the body things that cancers don't like - like garlic, green tea and tomatoes", he continues. "Cancers don't like these things. So that's the basis of a natural treatment of cancer."
"Genetics play a part as well", he adds. "But you can change your genetics by changing your body's intake and environment. So, you lower the sugars and increase the nutrients and fill your body with things cancers don't like to be around."