And also new studies have shown thus far that with a healthy lifestyle as best ya can muster,Small doses of daily aspirin help reduce and prevent cancers of types.check it out man.pretty nifty actually.
Could be a preventative. However, the cases of those declining proven treatments have not done well at all with PH treatments.I have read this before, but it is fascinating.
I wonder if any new folks out there have taken the PH challenge.
I hope to avoid cancer by keeping my PH up
It is Always a hard one selling Preventitive medicine..because if it Works you cannot Prove it..coz it Prevented it....:dunno:....Could be a preventative. However, the cases of those declining proven treatments have not done well at all with PH treatments.
It IS all about balance...but Most people Don't eat a balanced diet.Those with kidney issues have to be careful with baking soda. May be smart to eat high alkaline food as a balancing process.
thanks so much for the extra info, we found out mushrooms especially are great, I've read about Limonene too, so much research to do... I make a some weekly soups which include most vegetables, I kind of go with a 50/50 of instinct and what I learn. I think garlic and the onion family have a huge part to play in blood and organ health. Oil, like Extra Virgin Olive Oil, the good stuff....there is a reason why Italians live longer lives?Good deal Dazed.
It doesn't take much for me to eat the fresh veggies. Learned to eat tomatoes like apples--just recently. Fresh whole tomatoes were never high on my list. Yet--like acquiring a taste--Do like a couple of daily tomatoes. I do go loco for cauliflower and fresh greens. Spices do the trick with most vegetables. As a vegetarian--I have my carbo weaknesses (bread etc.) and no one would believe have been a vegetarian for at least 20 years. Have the stature of a heavy meat eater--lol.
The tomatoes are really good sources of hidden goodies. Some research showing cancer protection. Though sauces and paste are much higher in content of the magic compounds. Probably, the most important food source from the Americas.
Good reminder per the water--sometimes we forget how important hydration is. Time for a glass of water.
Sorry to hear about your mum. Yes, best to keep clear of everything during chemo. Some natural products show a marked efficacy in the chemo drugs while others and many unknown can cause problems. It is on the net. When I look into a new food supplement or food source--always check the possible interactions. Take a look via google and check out s few herb interactions list--you will find some interesting tid bits.
I like Dr. Weil's supplement advise for particular forms of C.
Do check mushrooms, limonene supplements (http://www.amazon.com/Jarrow-Formulas-D-Limonene-1000mg-60-Soft/dp/B0025PX4JC/ref=sr_1_1?s=hpc&ie=UTF8&qid=1409892831&sr=1-1&keywords=limonene) and what the heck--look at lavender supplements. German caps are best-- http://www.amazon.com/Integrative-Therapeutics-Lavela-Softgels-Count/dp/B0072POIB8/ref=sr_1_3?s=hpc&ie=UTF8&qid=1409892778&sr=1-3&keywords=lavender
In fact, yesterday added limonene and fresh lavender to my canna oil. Who knows how these things work. But--it will help your mom take some control of her recovery.
Have a new power smoothie. Found a way to disguise the fruity/heavy tomato/veg taste--with a universal favorite--100% cocoa (just a bit of yogurt and natual sugars bring the chocolate to life). Unique recipe--will post in med area. Think one could live on it alone--lol.
I still have some reading to do! And to ask a guy more about magnesium. The BS and mag work together, right?Though oxygen training cannot be done correctly without significant magnesium supplementation this system of intense oxygen training is the tiger tank of the entire medical world. It will do some heavy lifting medically speaking for patients with severe and even desperate situations.
I'm glad you survived yours and i wish your husband all the best.I know is is an old conversation, but I would like to add my 2 cents. I get the basic idea of the science, but don't claim to be an expert or understand all the technical things.
I do know that I survived cancer, and with a combination of diet, yoga and baking soda.
My husband was diagnosed this year with what was essentially terminal lung cancer. He was a heavy smoker, but has stopped.
I don't believe diet alone would have gotten him this far. He is on chemo, but it shows poor results on his type. Using baking soda to bring his pH up over 8, I believe, has made the difference. I’m just learning about magnesium, so i don't know.
Today they told him his tumors had shrunk over 30%, and some they couldn't even find.
Why aren't doctors doing this for everyone? It's not right.
I still have some reading to do! And to ask a guy more about magnesium. The BS and mag work together, right?
In this instance, I would humbly beg to differ. Or at least suggest that the pH treatments were either too tame, or failed to address the full scope of what the body needs.Could be a preventative. However, the cases of those declining proven treatments have not done well at all with PH treatments.