Acidic pH Levels and Cancer

Body pH Balance and Cancer
There is an overwhelming body of scientific evidence linking acidic pH levels to cancer.  Various studies have shown that cancer cannot thrive in an alkaline, oxygen rich environment. 

Unfortunately, the typical standard American or Western diet consists of a large proportion of highly acid forming foods, such as meat, fried foods, table salt, sugar and soft drinks.

According to various health professionals, there are several easy and relatively inexpensive things you can do to normalize and maintain the body's acid-alkaline (pH) balance:

✿ Avoid acidifying foods (such as junk, processed, sugary and fast food, red meat, shellfish and soda) and instead opt for more alkalizing foods (such as fresh fruits and vegetables, plant-based protein, pro-biotic cultures like real yogurt or kefir and tea).

Combat Cancer with Baking Soda
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✿ Add approximately 3 teaspoons of baking soda to your drinking water throughout the day - seek the advise of a qualified medical professional prior to using baking soda if you have high blood pressure or other medical conditions.

 Take a coral calcium supplement.

✿ Take a green superfood supplement formulated for proper pH balance.  Green superfood also comes in powder form, to be consumed as a drink.

Educate yourself on the the subject matter.  A good place to start is the following article:  pH and Cancer:  Acidic pH Levels Can Lead to Cancer ... Normalizing pH Levels Can Stop Cancer in Its Tracks

Related:
Infographic:  Alkaline and Acidic Foods
The Importance of Maintaining the Body Acid-Alkaline (pH) Balance
Acid-Alkaline (pH) Balance in the Body:  The Highest Acid Forming Common Foods List

Disclaimer: Nothing in this Article is intended or should be construed as medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. All content herein is for informational purposes only. You should consult with and seek the advise of a physician or qualified health professional before taking any supplements, herbs or over-the-counter medicine; modifying, restricting or altering your food, beverage or supplement intake; starting an exercise or diet program; or making any dietary, nutritional, exercise or lifestyle changes in order to determine it is right and advisable for your individual needs.

 

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