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What Happens to ALL the Disappearing Can

12311128_1639530499647197_8412997691509003664_nWhat Happens to ALL the Disappearing Cancer Patients?

It’s been almost 20 years since I met my first disappearing patient — a nurse in her early 40s, let’s call her Kate. Kate was diagnosed with breast cancer. As a nurse, she had seen the results of breast cancer treatments. She was terrified, and determined. She was not heading for surgery, nor chemotherapy, nor radiation.

But Kate worked in a hospital. She worked with the doctors who diagnosed her cancer, and she worked with the surgeon, who wanted to schedule her into surgery “as soon as possible.”

The first thing Kate did was slow down. She did some research. It didn’t take her long to remind herself that in Canada, and in the USA, the treatments for cancer are akin to law. No hospital would dare deviate from the deadly three (cut, poison, burn).

Kate’s cancer was not large. She had been tested for cancer last year and no cancer was found. She knew it took many years for cancers to develop. At first, she was furious, “If it is here today, it must have been here last year. Why didn’t you find it last year?” It had not metastasized. It was not growing rapidly and was not affecting her health in any way. In theory, she had lots of time. So, she took some time.

But Kate didn’t look for magic cures. She didn’t search for the latest “cancer medicine.” She wasn’t interested in curing herself. She knew she was a nurse, not a doctor. She searched instead for the “cured” – patients who were diagnosed with cancer, and no longer had cancer. She knew from her work in the hospital, from conversations with patients, and with some staff, that these people existed — but from the perspective of the medical establishment, they seemed to disappear.

It didn’t take her long to find some patients who claimed they were cured. They hadn’t disappeared from life. They were eating, drinking, loving, and living full healthy and prosperous lives. But according to the medical records, they didn’t exist. They were “never cured.”

The medical system treated their cures as “anecdotal.” It ignored them. There was no attempt by any doctors to understand what happened to these cancer patients. They were no longer sick. The medical system looks after sick patients, treats sick patients. These patients were not sick.

Kate looked and listened. Her interest was not clinical science vs. anecdotal evidence. Her interest was personal. She talked, listened, compared stories. From several, she learned about a clinic that did not claim to cure cancer. It did not use medicines to treat cancers. But patients were cured, somehow. This clinic was not in Canada. It was not in the USA. She would have to go to Mexico to learn more.

There are lots of alternative treatment clinics in Mexico. Are some of them valid, using important techniques to cure cancers? Are some of them scams, wanting to take money from desperate clients? Do some of them have a cure that works sometimes, but might not work for her? Kate didn’t know. She did more research. She called the clinic.

The staff did not claim to cure cancer. Claiming to cure cancer is dangerous, even for a clinic outside of North America. They suggested Kate visit the clinic and see what happens there, no charge for a visit, but she would need to pay for her travel to Mexico. Kate had done her research. She had met and talked to patients whose cancers had disappeared.

Kate made her decision. She was familiar with cancer diagnosis techniques in Canada. She had undergone a physical examination, a mammogram, that detected a lump in her breast. Then she had a biopsy, where tissue was taken from the lump and was sent to a lab for analysis. The lab technician tested and examined the sample and issued a diagnosis “cancer” or “not cancer.” Once the diagnosis is issued, everybody swings into action. Kate knew that the mammogram had a high false positive rate and a false negative rate. Many people who are diagnosed with a “possible cancer” by a mammogram do not actually have cancer. She was also aware that cancer biopsies have a false positive rate and a false negative rate, as well. Her work in the hospital, with real patients, had made this very clear.

She didn’t really know for certain if she had cancer. Her surgeon, on the other hand, was still pressing her to schedule treatment.

Kate knew one thing. She had time. She cashed out some savings and booked a “holiday” in Mexico.

At the clinic, Kate was surprised that there was no “cancer diagnosis.” They did check the presence and size of the lump on her breast. But they didn’t repeat the biopsy. The clinic read her diagnostic reports, but did not investigate them further. There was instead a very thorough analysis completed by a suite of doctors. It took two full days of tests and interviews, if I remember correctly.

Kate was asked about her family’s medical histories. She gave blood samples. She was questioned extensively about her diet, about what she eats on a regular basis. What foods does she like and eat often. What foods does she not like and never eat. Doctors examined her lungs, her heart, liver, and other bodily organs with various tests. Her immune system was tested. Extensive interviews about her life, her work, her relationships, and more.

At the time I talked to Kate, I didn’t realize that she was not getting a “medical analysis,” she was actually getting a “healthicine analysis.” Her tests and questions fit perfectly to the hierarchy of healthicine: genetics, nutrition, cells, tissues, organs, bodily systems, body, mind, spirit, and community.

Kate’s genetics were analyzed through family history. There may have been further genetic analysis, I don’t remember all of the details. Her nutritional status was analyzed, not just by analyzing what she ate, and what she preferred to eat, but also by studying what she didn’t like to eat, what she deliberately never ate, what foods she believed she was allergic to. Her cells and tissues were analyzed directly, through blood samples and physical examination, and indirectly through medical history and other tests. Many of her organs were tested for healthiness. Her bodily systems, immune system, circulatory system, respiratory system, hormonal systems and more were analyzed and assessed. Her physical body was measured, weighed, and examined. Her mental health was assessed, as well as her spiritual healthiness. She was in good spirits, even in light of a potentially life threatening illness. Her community health was analyzed as well. Her family, her relationships with her children, her spouse, her parents, her work community, and more.

After a few days, Kate met with a group of doctors to discuss her health, not her illness, her healthiness. Diagnosing illness is difficult. Analyzing healthiness is more complex. It took several doctors and several hours for Kate to learn and understand what they had learned about her healthinesses and her unhealthinesses.

They then “prescribed” two weeks, if I remember correctly, of healthiness training, tailored to Kate’s specific situation. She spent the next two weeks at the clinic, learning to be healthier, not learning how to be “healthier in principle,” rather – learning what Kate needed to do to make her diet, her body, her mind, her spirits, and even her relationships with her communities healthier. She could not change her work community. But she could change how she reacted to and interacted with it – to improve her own health. After two weeks of learning at the clinic, her breast lump had started to shrink.

Kate went back to Canada, to put her learning into action. The lump disappeared. Her diagnosis was still there on paper. But her “cancer” had disappeared. She was retested at her hospital and no cancer was found.

Then Kate began to disappear.

When the surgeon asked again, she explained that she was not going to surgery. The surgeon looked away. He refused to look her in the eye after that.

But Kate didn’t disappear from her family. She went back to her family. She didn’t disappear from her job. She went back to her job. She disappeared from the cancer system. Her cancer disappeared, so, as a cancer patient, she disappeared.

Was she cured? We don’t know. There is no useful definition of a cancer cure. No medical or scientific test that can prove a patient has been cured of cancer. Our cancer treatment statistics have no count for people who are cured of cancer. Patients that are cured, whether they are cured with medicines or not, are not counted. No breast cancer patients are officially cured by medicine. If their cancer goes away without treatment, they disappear from statistics. If their cancer is killed by radiation, chemotherapy or surgery, they are not cured, they are a “survivor.” Everyone knows that cancer survivors are always waiting for the cancer to reappear. Their symptoms are in remission, but their cancer is not cured. They are not cured. With no proof of a cure, it might just be hidden.

Kate no longer has cancer. She paid, from her own pocket, for her trip to a clinic in Mexico. After the trip, her cancer disappeared. She had medical insurance. But her insurance wouldn’t pay for her trip. Insurance pays for treatments, not for cures. It pays for treatments, even if they fail. But it does not pay for success. Success disappears.

There are two ways for a cancer patient to disappear. You might be cured by health. Or you might be cured by a medicine that is not approved. In both cases, the medical system will ignore the cure, and ignore the patient.

In healthicine, there are no incurable diseases. If it is not curable – it is not a disease, it is a handicap, a disability, a deficiency, or simply an attribute of the person. All diseases can be cured by definition.

I have since met several cancer patients who have disappeared, and not just cancer patients. Maybe you have too? I’ve met more by internet, email, etc. There is no way for me to determine if a disappeared patient actually had cancer, if their treatment cured their cancer, if their body cured their cancer or if they still have cancer. We can only tell if there is another cancer diagnosis. Nothing can be told from the absence of a diagnosis.

There is no way for any doctor to tell either. There are no tests for a cancer cure. There is no way to recognize, much less document a cancer cure. There are no statistics for cancers cured.

Many cured patients don’t disappear quietly. They speak out. They write books and newspaper articles. They blog. But it doesn’t matter. They still don’t count. Once cured, they disappear. The medical system does not study their cases, does not study their diagnosis, does not study their cures. For chronic diseases, like cancer, arthritis, diabetes, heart disease, even obesity, and many more, there are no techniques to document “cured patients.” As a result, there are no statistics for “cured patients” of any chronic illness.

Once they are cured, they disappear. Health doesn’t cure illness, it disappears illness. And medicine doesn’t count people who have disappeared.

To your health

Alkalizing Nutritional Therapy For Any Cancerous Condition: How It Works

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 Abstract

Due to the evident ineffectiveness of conventional cancer treatments (e.g. chemotherapy and radiation), more efficient alternatives are needed.  The potential of Alkaline Nutritional Infusion (ANI) as a legitimate alternative to chemotherapy and radiation is examined.  While largely ignored in conventional oncology, the pH of the interstitial fluids is suggested as paramount in identifying a pre-cancerous and cancerous condition. It is further suggested that cancer is an over-acidic condition of the body that can be reversed and prevented with alkalizing treatments such as ANI.  Full Body Bio-Electro Scan (FBBES), Full Body Thermography (FBT) and Full Body Ultrasound (FBU) is presented as a noninvasive and nonradioactive means to examine body pH and the presence of pre-cancerous or cancerous condition.  In contrast to the acidosis caused by conventional cancer treatments, ANI methods such as Intravenous Nutritional Infusion (INI) and Rectal Nutritional Infusion (RNI) provide an alkalizing approach to cancer prevention and treatment.Introduction

While largely ignored in conventional oncology for decades, intravenous  and rectal nutritional infusion therapy plays a major key in recovering from and reversing any metabolic, environmental, or dietary caused dis-ease. But when you visit your conventional doctor for any condition or dis-ease, he or she will never address the patient’s lifestyle or diet, besides sometimes shrugging and saying, “Eat better and get more exercise.”  This is generally stated to the patient without giving any specific recommendations of what to eat, what to drink or how to exercise.

This general mindset stems from medical schools where a physician may receive only a few hours of nutritional, dietary or physical training in their nutritional, biochemistry or physiology courses on the importance of nutrition, diet and exercise. Then all training, including residency and fellowship is completely pharmaceutical-drug focused. Only a select few take the time to be trained and mentored by traditional, integrative or naturopathic physicians that specialize in the prevention and treatment of cancer or other dis-ease conditions.

Powerful Insights to Non-Invasive Cancer Treatment

Alkalizing nutrition, diet and exercise is key in prevention, treatment and recovery, especially with a cancerous condition, because chemotherapy and radiation treatments deplete the nutrients and electron energy right out of the body. This is why patients undergoing chemo lose their hair, lose weight and look so gaunt or ill – their bodies are literally starving for electron-rich alkalizing nutrition, food and water while simultaneously loading-up with an acid-rich and toxic diet combined with their associated metabolic waste, such as lactic, uric or acetic acid.  In addition, it is important to understand when dietary and metabolic acids are NOT eliminated through the four channels of elimination via urination, defecation, perspiration and respiration, these toxins will eventually buildup in the connective tissues leading to inflammation and ultimately degenerative disease, namely cancer. [1,2,3,4]

Every person has unique dietary and metabolic needs, meaning that telling a patient to open wide and then administer some minerals and vitamins orally will not always do the trick. Some people need more sodium or potassium and some may need extra vitamin A or E in their diet, while others may need less. Some patients need more magnesium and others have iron deficiencies due to the poor health in the crypts of the small intestines where stem cells are made for differentiation into new and healthy red blood cells.[5]

Even though oncology as a whole has ignored intravenous and/or rectal alkalizing nutritional infusions, fearing that alkalizing nutrients will adversely impact chemotherapy or radiation, they really detour patients from these kinds of supportive and non-invasive treatments. This is in spite of 280 peer-reviewed studies, including 50 human studies involving 8,521 patients that have emerged since the 1970’s. 5081 subjects that were give nutrients have shown that supplementing  nutrients do not interfere with conventional therapeutic modalities for cancer. [6]

So what are we left with? The fact is, every cancer patient needs a complete, personalized physiological, anatomical, functional, hematological and nutritional profile if he or she really wants the edge in preventing and removing the acids that cause the inflammation that leads to a cancerous condition. [1,2,3,4] Let’s explore what this all means and how it can make the difference in a patients survival and improving the quality and quantity of  life.

In The Beginning . . .

Life on earth depends on appropriate pH levels in and around living organisms and cells. Human life requires a tightly controlled pH level in the serum of about 7.365 (a slightly alkaline range of 7.35 to 7.45) to survive [7].

As a comparison, in the past 100 years with increasing industrialization, the pH or acid/base balance of the ocean has dropped from 8.2 to 8.1 because of increasing CO2 or carbon monoxide deposition. This has a negative impact on life in the ocean [8, 9] and may lead to the collapse of the coral reefs.  Why”  Because the ocean is using the calcium in the coral to maintain its alkalinity much like the body uses the calcium from the bones to maintain the alkalinity of the intracellular fluids, interstitial fluids and blood fluids. [7]. Even the pH of the soil in which plants are grown can have considerable influence on the mineral content of the food we eat (as minerals are used as buffers to maintain pH). The ideal pH of soil for the best overall availability of essential nutrients is between 6 and 7. Acidic soils below pH of 6 may have reduced calcium and magnesium, and soil above pH 7 may result in chemically unavailable iron, manganese, copper and zinc. Adding dolomite and manure are ways of raising pH in an acidic soil environment when the pH is below 6. [10]

When it comes to the pH and net acid load in the human diet, there has been considerable change from the hunter gather civilization to the present. [11]  With the agricultural revolution (last 10,000 years) and even more recently with industrialization (last 200 years), there has been an decrease in potassium (K) compared to sodium (Na) and an increase in chloride compared to bicarbonate found in the diet. [12]  The ratio of potassium to sodium has reversed, K/Na previously was 10 to 1 whereas the modern diet has a ratio of 1 to 3. [13] It is generally accepted that agricultural humans today have a diet poor in magnesium and potassium as well as fiber and rich in saturated fat, simple sugars, processed sodium containing aluminum, and processed chloride as compared to the preagricultural period. [14]  This results in a diet that may induces dietary acidosis which is mismatched to the genetically determined alkaline nutritional requirements. [15]  With aging, there is a gradual loss of renal acid-base regulatory function and a resultant increase in diet-induced metabolic acidosis while ingesting the modern or Standard American Diet. [16]

A low-carbohydrate high-protein diet with its increased acid or proton/hydrogen load results in very little change in blood chemistry, and pH, but results in many changes in interstitial and urinary pH chemistry. Urinary and interstitial fluid sodium and magnesium levels, urinary citrate and pH are decreased, urinary calcium,  potassium, undissociated uric acid, and phosphates are increased. All of these result in an increased risk for metabolic tissue acidosis, bone loss and an increase in blood, breast, brain, liver, gallbladder, pancreas, prostate, uterus and kidney stones. [16]  The reason for the increase in stones throughout the body is to buffer the increase of dietary and metabolic acids found throughout the fluids of the body.  The increase of stones is the direct result of an increase of the dietary and/or metabolic acid-load which if not corrected will lead to a cancerous condition in those specific areas. [16]

Alkalinity and Chemotherapy in the Treatment of Cancer

The effectiveness of chemotherapeutic agents is markedly influenced by the pH or the acid/base chemistry of the body.  Numerous agents such as epirubicin and adriamycin require an alkaline media to be more effective. Others, such as cisplatin, mitomycin C, and thiotepa, are more cytotoxic in an acid media [17]. Cell death correlates with acidosis and intracellular pH shifts higher (more alkaline) after chemotherapy may reflect response to chemotherapy [18]. I have noted with many of my patients that inducing metabolic alkalosis may be useful in enhancing some treatment regimes by using alkalizing intravenous or rectal mineral and vitamin infusion therapy of sodium bicarbonate, carbicab, and furosemide [19]. In addition, extracellular alkalinization by using mineral salts such as sodium and potassium bicarbonate may result in improvements in the effectiveness of chemotherapy. [20]

Alkalizing Nutrition, the Immune System and How Together They Fight Cancer

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Briefly, let’s review: cancer is an adjective not a noun.  Cancer is what happens to cells in a toxic acidic environment.  Simply put cancer is an acidic metabolic or dietary waste that spoils healthy cells. Healthy cells are affected by their environment which can activate protective genes. [21]  If the acidic internal environment of the body is not returned to its alkaline design this will cause mutations or fermentation of the cell and the acids from these spoiling cells will spoil other cells, just like one domino tipping-over another domino leading to a cancerous condition. [61, 62]

The reason the body can have such trouble fighting cancer varies – in part, it has do with protecting the alkaline design of the body fluids, the health of the white blood cells and the body’s ability to neutralize metabolic and/or dietary acidic waste that has NOT been properly removed via the four channels of elimination – urination, defection, perspiration and respiration.

Poor circulation, elimination and alkaline nutrition leads to a build-up of acidic waste and poor immune defense (the janitors of the blood and interstitial fluids), which can increase the number of cancerous cells, as one spoiled or rotting cell spoils another, much like one rotten apple will spoil a bushel of healthy apples creating an acidic microenvironment that creates more and more rotten apples or cancerous cells  that would be resistant to any conventional acidic treatment.

Now, the most commonly accepted forms of cancer treatment are chemotherapy and radiation therapy. These acidic drugs and ionizing radiation will systemically destroy already acidic cancerous cells, but they will also turn healthy blood and body cells into cancerous cells.  This will create an immediate response from the body to produce and release alkaline compounds, such as sodium bicarbonate to buffer the increased amounts of acidic waste draining the body of essential nutrients and critically paralyzing the white blood cells making them inactive and ineffective in buffering and removing cellular waste. During these acidic conventional treatments, the immune system is essentially obliterated, which can lead to metastasis while not even affecting the original cancerous condition.  According to a medical researcher, Steve Gullans, Ph.D, only 30% of  ALL people respond to chemotherapy or radiation, leaving 70% unresponsive. [22]  In addition, the data is clear that after initial chemotherapy fails, as many as 95% of cancer patients will not respond to the next suggested chemotherapy drug recommended by conventional methods.[23 ]  It is also important to understand that conventional treatments for cancer are NOT a cure for cancer.[24]

Truly, the alkaline buffering system (the stomach is the main alkalizing organ and responsible to maintain alkalinity of the blood, tissues and organs by producing sodium bicarbonate) which releases antioxidants to buffer increased acidic toxic waste build-up is the first and last defense against a cancerous condition. [25] If poor alkalizing nutrition is ignored, as it has been by conventional oncology for decades, how can a full recovery or at least a satisfactory quality of life be expected? In my clinical experience it’s difficult. Some oncology groups have improved by offering in house nutritionists, but oral supplementation is nowhere near sufficient in reversing a cancerous condition.

The best analogy is that it’s like trying to take out a forest fire with a squirt gun.  Or another analogy would be treating a fish in a polluted pond without changing or cleaning the water.  In other words if the fish is sick what would you do?  Treat the fish or change the water? (63,64)  Unfortunately, most groups that advertise integrative, alternative or naturopathic medicine for reversing a cancerous condition lack proper testing, a targeted method of administration or proper combination with personalized alkalizing treatments. That’s the difference that lengthens the quality and quantity of life, in my 30 plus years of clinical research experience.

Nutritional Deficiencies and Their Negative Health Effects

Below are some common alkalizing nutrients, their purpose and symptoms, as well as how frequent these deficiencies are seen in the general public in pre-cancerous and cancerous conditions.

Sodium (extremely common)

Purpose: Maintains alkalinity of the blood, interstitial and intracellular fluids, and provides the matrix for the transport of electrons for the energy of body cells.

Common Sources: Sea salt, celery, green fruit and vegetables, sprouted seeds and grasses.

Symptoms of Deficit: Low sodium bicarbonate levels, acid reflux,  excess stomach acid, headache, nausea, compensated, decompensated and latent tissue acidosis, low energy, low interstitial and intracellular pH, hypertension, heart disease, diabetes, all cancers and death. [26]

Potassium (extremely common)

Purpose: Low potassium bicarbonate, maintains alkalinity of the blood, interstitial and intracellular fluids. Major alkalizing element in the body to maintain the alkaline design of all body fluids.  The major alkaline buffer in neutralizing metabolic, dietary, respiratory and environmental acids.

Common Sources: Avocado, almond, green fruit and vegetables, sprouted seeds. nuts and grasses.

Symptoms of Deficit: Compensated, decompensated and latent tissue acidosis, low energy, low interstitial and intracellular pH, hypertension, heart disease, diabetes, and all cancers. [27]

Calcium (extremely common)

Purpose: Builds bones, teeth, assists the heart, nerves and muscles.

Common Sources: Green fruit and vegetables, sprouted seeds, nuts and grains, brazil nuts, broccoli, cabbage, dark leafy greens, hazelnuts, and salmon.

Symptoms of Deficit: Osteoporosis, osteomalacia, osteoarthritis, muscle cramps, irritability, acute anxiety and increased colon cancer risk.[28]

Magnesium (very common)

Purpose: More than 300 biochemical reactions, including muscle and nerve function, heart rhythm, immune system, strong bones, regulates calcium, copper, zinc, potassium, vitamin D.

Common Sources: Green fruit and vegetables, sprouted beans, peas, nuts, seeds, whole unprocessed alkalizing grains.

Symptoms of Deficit: Appetite, nausea, vomiting, fatigue cramps, numbness, tingling, seizures, heart spasms, personality changes, heart rhythm and colon cancer. [29]

Zinc (extremely common)

Purpose: Supports alkalizing, immune system, wound healing, taste and smell, DNA synthesis, normal growth and development during pregnancy, childhood and adolescence.

Common Sources: Found in green fruit and vegetables, sprouted seeds, grains and beans, nuts, whole grains.

Symptoms of Deficit: Growth retardation, hair loss, diarrhea, impotence, eye and skin lesions, loss of appetite, taste, weight loss, mental lethargy. [30]

Vitamin E (very common)

Purpose: This antioxidant regulates oxidation reactions, stabilizes cell membranes, immune function, protects against cardiovascular disease, cataracts and macular degeneration. [31]

Common Sources: Found in  green fruit and vegetables, sprouted seeds and grains, wheat germ, nuts, seeds, dark leafy greens, avocados, asparagus and certain cold-pressed vegetable oils, like hemp oil. [32]

Symptoms of Deficit: Anemia, rupturing of red blood cells, bruising, PMS, hot flashes, eczema, psoriasis, cataracts, wound healing, muscle weakness, sterility. [31,32,33]

Vitamin B1 (very common)

Purpose: Carbohydrate conversion, breaks down fats and protein, assists digestion, the nervous system, skin, hair, eyes, mouth, liver, immune system.

Common Sources: Green fruit and vegetables, sprouted seeds and grains, brown rice, wheat germ, and bran.

Symptoms of Deficit: Age-related cognitive decline, heart problems, Alzheimer’s and fatigue. [34]

Vitamin B2 (very common)

Purpose: Like Vitamin B1, works in carbohydrate conversion, breaks down fats and proteins, assists digestion, the nervous system, skin, hair, eyes, mouth, liver and also metabolism.

Common Sources: Green fruit and vegetables, almonds, sprouted seeds and grains, wheat germ, sprouts of all kinds, including soy sprouts.

Symptoms of Deficit: Anemia, decreased free radical protection, cataracts, poor thyroid function, B6 deficiency, fatigue, elevated homocysteine. [35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40]

Vitamin B3 (less common)

Purpose: Helps with energy, digestion, nervous system, skin, hair, eyes, liver, eliminates harmful toxins, assists sex and stress hormones and improves circulation.

Common Sources: Green fruit and vegetables, beets, sprouted seeds, nuts and grains.

Symptoms of Deficit: Cracking, scaling skin, digestive problems, confusion, anxiety, fatigue. [41]

Vitamin B6 (common)

Purpose: Assists with buffering metabolic acids, protein metabolism, RBC production, reduces homocysteine, helps nerve and muscle cells, DNA/RNA, B12 absorption, and immune function.

Common Sources: Green fruit and vegetables, especially avocado, and sprouted seeds, nuts and grains.

Symptoms of Deficit: Depression, sleep and skin problems, confusion, anxiety and fatigue. [42, 43]

Vitamin C (common)

Purpose: Aids in alkaline buffering activation, second messenger roles (transmitting hormonal information), blood clotting, cell and cell organelle membrane function, nerve impulse transmission and muscular contraction, tone and irritability. (Not to be confused with High Dose Vitamin C that acts as an oxidative therapy)

Common Sources: Supplements, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, avocado, and all green fruit and vegetables.

Symptoms of Deficit: Muscular and nervous irritability, muscle spasms, muscle cramps and tetany, tooth decay, periodontal disease, depression and possibly hypertension. [44, 45, 46]

Vitamin D (very common)

Purpose: Calcium and phosphorus levels, calcium absorption, bone mineralization.

Common Sources: Sunlight, green fruit and vegetables, sprouted seeds, nuts and beans and fish.

Symptoms of Deficit: Osteoporosis, calcium absorption and thyroid issues, cardiovascular risks and 15 cancer risks.[47]

Folate (very common)

Purpose: Mental health, infant DNA and RNA, adolescence and pregnancy, works with vitamin B12 to regulate red blood cell production, iron function and reduce homocysteine.

Common Sources: Supplements, sprouted grains, tomato, green vegetables and fruit, avocado, black-eyed peas, sported lentils and beans.

Symptoms of Deficit: Anemia, poor immune function, fatigue, insomnia, loss of hair, high homocysteine, colon cancer, and cardiovascular disease.[48]

N-aetyl-Cysteine (very common)

Purpose: Powerful antioxidant or anti-acid, normalizes the alkaline interstitial fluid pH, urinary tract infections, neutralizes metabolic and dietary alcohol poisoning, protects lungs against toxins from air pollution and tobacco smoke.

Common Sources: Supplements, sprouted grains, sulfur-rich vegetables such as garlic, onions, parsley and cruciferous vegetables are particularly helpful in addition to avocados, squash and tomatoes.

Symptoms of Deficit: Anemia, poor immune function, fatigue, insomnia, loss of hair, high homocysteine, urinary tract infections,  lung cancer, gastric cancers, colon cancer, ovarian cancer. .[49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58]

Glutathione (very common)

Purpose: Potent antioxidant or anti-acid, protects endothelium from dietary and metabolic acids, protects against chemotherapy toxicity, inhibits platelets formation, buffers aflatoxins, infections of the lung, used in cases of Malaria and AIDS, supports immune system, as an alkaline effect on the body fluids.

Common Sources: Supplements, sprouted grains, sulfur-rich vegetables such as garlic, onions, parsley and cruciferous vegetables are particularly helpful in addition to avocados, squash and tomatoes.

Symptoms of Deficit: Anemia, poor immune function, fatigue, insomnia, loss of hair, infections, high homocysteine, lung congestion and cancer, gastric cancer, colon cancer, reproductive cancers in men and women, neurological and cardiovascular disease. [59, 60, 61, 62]

Consider that, if these shortages are found in a healthy population, what I see in patients with a cancerous condition is far worse, due to their high acidity and metabolic demands. Though an alkaline lifestyle and diet is important, it’s the amount and quality of care received at therapeutic intravenous, oral, rectal and respiratory levels that is vital.

Alkalizing Non-Invasive Rectal Nutrient Infusions

One important point concerning the infusion of alkalizing nutrients!  For those who do not want an invasive intravenous infusion of alkaline minerals, salts, vitamins, chlorophyll, antioxidants such as glutathione, and/or long-chain polyunsaturated oils you can elect a non-invasive rectal infusion or nebulize your nutrients, which I believe is just as effective.  When these supportive nutrients are infused via the anus into the rectum, the hemorrdoidal vein absorbs these alkalizing nutrients into the blood.  The blood has a very narrow pH range so these highly alkalizing nutrients are pushed-out into the interstitial fluids to the body cells.  This becomes a very important therapy in reducing the metabolic acids that surround the cell and cause the fermentation and break-down of cell leading to a cancerous condition.

How Supplementation Can Kick-Start Your Recovery from a Cancerous Condition

As you can see, nutritional deficiencies can lead to a serious amount of health issues. These problems can become exponential in a patient with a cancerous condition because of the severe strain placed on the patient, especially when chemotherapy and/or ionizing radiation is involved.

To make matters worse, absorption of salts, minerals, and vitamins is impaired. This means, eating a alkaline diet and swallowing a few minerals and vitamins is not sufficient to support the nutritional needs of the patient. These changes are essential for long-term health, but in the wake of a cancerous condition, it’s hardly enough.

What needs to be done is intravenous and/or rectal nutritional infusion therapy. When nutrients are channeled directly into the bloodstream and then to the interstitial fluids, the results are immediate, targeted and dramatic. Keep in mind, this methodology isn’t a treatment in-and-of itself. Intravenous and rectal nutritional therapy must be combined with other forms of treatment to be truly effective. But once it is combined with the correct, personalized alkalizing therapy, alkalizing diet, exercise, and proper alkalizing water, then a revolutionary pH Miracle can begin. [63, 64]

Using 3-D Bio-Electro Functionality Scanning to Determine the Best Possible Strategy for Preventing and/or Reversing Any Cancerous Condition [65]

In modern day oncology, surgeons biopsy the lymph nodes to determine how cancer is spreading or provide staging. Lymphocytes, a type of white blood cell that is found in these lymph nodes which are catch-basins for acidic waste and cancerous cells are responsible for breaking-down and removing cellular acidic waste and cancerous cells. Impaired lymphocytes and/or congested lymph nodes are at least one major factor in the many areas I test for functionality.

The lymphatic system, the lymph nodes and the lymphocytes themselves must be functional in preventing and reversing any cancerous condition.

Using electrodes attached to the head, hands and feet I am able to test the functionality of the lymphatic system, circulatory system, muscular system, skeletal system, endocrine system, neurological system, reproductive system, vascular system, digestive system,  and respiratory system.  interstitial chemistry, interstitial pH for metabolic acidosis and the electro-conductivity of the cells to determine the state of health of ALL organs, glands and tissues in the prevention and reversal of any cancerous condition.[65]

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I also test for nutritional deficiencies and metabolic alkalosis or acidosis by measuring the  interstitial chemistry, interstitial pH and the electro-conductivity.  Measuring the pH of the interstitial fluids is more revealing of a cancerous condition since the blood is always trying to maintain its delicate alkaline pH of 7.365 and does not vary much.  Based upon my theory that cancer is a compromised acidic environment of the interstitial fluids which then negatively affects the state of health of ALL body cells which make up the organs, glands and tissues.  It is significantly more important to measure interstitial and intracellular fluids than blood fluids in order to obtain a correct chemistry and pH when making nutritional recommendations in the prevention and treatment of a cancerous condition. [63, 64, 65,66,67]

The following are quantitative measurements in healthy patients, without cancer, comparing Blood fluids with Intracellular and Interstitial fluids of the body compartments as a benchmark which I use to determine deficiencies in alkalizing minerals, protein and whether or not the patient is in metabolic acidosis or a pre-cancerous or cancerous condition (Note: all cancer patients are in interstitial metabolic acidosis, low in interstitial sodium and high in interstitial calcium and potassium): [66,67]

1) Sodium: Na+ mEq/l

Venous blood: 130, Arterial blood: 137, Capillary blood: 135, Intracellular fluid: 10 and Interstitial fluid: 135

2) Potassium: K+ mEq/l

Venous blood: 3.2, Arterial blood: 3.5, Capillary blood: 4, Intracellular fluid: 140 and Interstitial fluid: 3.17

3) Calcium: Ca++ mEq/l

Venous blood: 2.5, Arterial blood: 2.2, Capillary blood: 2.3, Intracellular fluid: 0.0001 and Interstitial fluid: 1.55

4) Magnesium: Mg mEq/l

Venous blood: 0.64, Arterial blood: 0.62, Capillary blood: 0.60, Intracellular fluid: 58 and Interstitial fluid: 0.50

5) Chloride: Cl- mEq/l

Venous blood: 104, Arterial blood: 101, Capillary blood: 103, Intracellular fluid: 4 and Interstitial fluid: 106

6) Bicarbonate: HCO3 mEq/l

Venous blood: 22, Arterial blood: 24, Capillary blood: 23, Intracellular fluid: 10 and Interstitial fluid: 24

7) Phosphorus: P mE/l

Venous blood: 2.5, Arterial blood: 2.3, Capillary blood: 2, Intracellular fluid: 75 and Interstitial fluid: 0.70

8) Sulfate: SO4 mEq/l

Venous blood: 0.8, Arterial blood: 0.6, Capillary blood: 0.5, Intracellular fluid: 2 and Interstitial fluid: 0

9) Glycemia mg/dl

Venous blood: 1, Arterial blood: 1, Capillary blood: 1.01, Intracellular fluid: 0.20 and Interstitial fluid: 0.90

10) Cholesterol mg/dl

Venous blood: 0.66, Arterial blood: 0.630, Capillary blood: 0.676, Intracellular fluid: 0.2 and Interstitial fluid: 0.188

11) Partial Pressure of Oxygen or PO2 mmHg

Venous blood: 80, Arterial blood: 90, Capillary blood: 89, Intracellular fluid: 20 and Interstitial fluid: 87.2

12) Carbon Dioxide Or PCO2

Venous blood: 46, Arterial blood: 40, Capillary blood: 42, Intracellular fluid: 50 and Interstitial fluid: 46

13) pH or potential of hydrogen

Venous blood: 7.36, Arterial blood: 7.4, Capillary blood: 7.38, Intracellular fluid: 7.2 and Interstitial fluid: 7.36

14) Protein g/dl

Venous blood: 72, Arterial blood: 74, Capillary blood: 73.7, Intracellular fluid: 68 and Interstitial fluid: 20.6

As I correct the deficiencies in the intracellular and interstitial fluids targeted with key alkalizing nutritional treatments, patients see the difference through follow-up tests using quantitative non-invasive 3-D Full Body Bio-Electro scanning.  They also feel the difference physiologically and functionally.[65,66,67]

This is how I know proper alkalizing nutritional support in any cancerous condition is important in the prevention and treatment of cancer, the  metastasis of cancer and the shrinking of a cancerous cyst or mass without chemotherapy and/or radiation. The best part about these alkalizing nutritional treatments is they are helpful in most, if not in all cancerous conditions.[61, 64,65]

The following case study with one of my patients was diagnosed by biopsy with inflammatory ductal cell carcinoma who reversed her cancerous condition without chemotherapy, radiotherapy, and surgery.[65]

Using breast thermography and tumor location and size measured by breast ultrasound you can see the week by week reduction of a 14.2cm tumor in the left breast reduce to less than 2cm in 7 weeks of treatment using an alkaline lifestyle and dietary protocol as outlined in Chapter 11 of the pH Miracle revised and updated book. (63,64,65)

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Summary

The safest, painless, non-invasive, affordable full body screening tests are a combination of a Medical Diagnostic Ultrasound and Thermography, which may give the Physician about 95% accuracy in detecting breast cancer.[65]

Thermography is a physiological, non-invasive screening procedure that detects and records infrared heat emissions from the pre-cancerous or cancerous area, which can aid in the early detection of abnormal changes in body tissues, organs and glands. Thermography offers information that no other procedure can provide. The procedure is based on the principle that chemical and blood vessel activity in both pre-cancerous or cancerous tissue and the area surrounding a developing cancer is almost always higher in temperature than in the normal tissue.

Since pre-cancerous and cancerous masses are highly metabolic tissues, they need an abundant supply of nutrients to maintain their growth. The cells release substances that stimulate the formation of new blood vessels (neoangiogenesis). This process results in an increase in surface temperatures of the affected tissue, organ or gland.

The most promising aspect of medical diagnostic thermography is its ability to spot abnormalities years before the tumor is seen on any anatomical test. Since thermal imaging detects changes at the cellular level, this test can detect activity 8 to 10 years before any other test. This makes it unique in that it affords the physician the opportunity to view changes before the actual formation of the cancerous tumor.

Studies have shown that by the time a tumor has grown to sufficient size to be detectable by physical examination or mammography, it has in fact been growing for about seven years achieving more than 25 doublings of the malignant cell colony. At 90 days there are two cells, at one year there are 16 cells, and at five years there are 1,048,576 cells–an amount that is still undetectable by a mammogram. Thermography has the ability to provide the patient with future risk assessment. If discovered, certain thermographic risk markers can warn the patient that she/he needs to work closely with their physician with regular checkups to monitor her  health.


Full-Body Ultrasound [FBU} is an anatomical non-invasive, painless screening test without ionized radiation. Ultrasound, also known as sonography, uses sound waves to outline a part of the body. For this test, a small instrument called a transducer is placed on the skin (which is often first lubricated with ultrasound gel) and emits sound waves off body tissues. The echoes are converted by a computer into an image that is displayed on a computer screen.

Full Body Ultrasound imaging is “real-time,” meaning that it can show exactly what’s happening in the tissue, organ or gland at that moment, help to distinguish between cysts (fluid-filled sacs) and solid masses, detect increased vascularity around or within the mass, see the shape, exact size and location of the mass, cyst, calcification or dilated mammary ducts.

These safe medical diagnostic tests can be done on early bases for a regular check up, or more often if the problem was detected, to monitor a noninvasive alkalizing nutritional treatment progress.

Early detection, which includes self examination and safe, painless, non-invasive medical diagnostic Full Body Bio-electro Scan(FBBES) Full Body Thermography (FBT) and Full Body Ultrasound (FBU) screenings with no ionizing radiation coupled with a supportive alkalizing nutritional diet and ANI whether or not the patient is receiving chemotherapy and/or radiation, I have found that this approach a precancerous or cancerous condition will saves lives!

If you have questions concerning any specific acidic cancerous condition or to learn more about ANI and a alkalizing nutritional dietary and lifestyle protocol in the prevention and reversal of any precancerous or cancerous condition, please read The pH Miracle revised and update, Reverse Cancer NOW and The pH Miracle for Cancer. [63, 64] http://www.phoreveryoung.com  You can also email: phmiraclelife@gmail.com

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Correspondence: LC Costello, Department of Biomedical Sciences, Dental School/University of Maryland, 666 West Baltimore Street, Baltimore, MD 21201, USA. E-mail: lcc@dental.umaryland.edu

Received 17 December 2003; Revised 22 January 2004; Accepted 2 February 2004.

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The Cure for Cancer? That’s an easy question to answer! The Cure for Cancer is Found in its Prevention NOT in its Treatment! – Dr. Robert O. Young

Do you know what rotten apples, grapefruit or bananas look like? If you do then you know what cancer cells look like. Cancer cells are nothing more that healthy cells that are spoiling because of a compromised environment! Look at the picture below and you will see colorized cancerous body cells rotting in their toxic acidic environment.

What compromises the internal environment of a human body that causes body cells to begin spoiling and rotting? The answer is simple! The body’s build-up of acidic metabolic and dietary waste that has not been properly eliminated through the four channels of elimination – urination, defecation, respiration and perspiration! 

Cancer is not a noun but an adjective that describes what is happening to body cells in an acidic environment due to an acidic lifestyle and diet. www.phoreveryoung.com
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Drinking Coffee Causes Heart Disease, Cancer and Many Other Serious Dis-Ease Conditions!

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The United States buys nearly one-half of the world’s supply of coffee beans. It is said that a food service operation can stand or fall on its reputation of the coffee it serves. Every mid-morning and mid-afternoon working day millions of office and factory workers abandon jobs for an employer-paid “coffee break.”

Over 15 million Americans are coffee addicts, and most of them don’t even know it, so insidious is its addictive onslaught. The child or adult may unknowingly ingest several hundred milligrams of caffeine daily.

Like narcotics, alcohol, or cigarettes, coffee and caffeinated beverages are addictive, destructive drugs that each year predispose millions of Americans to crippling illnesses and sometimes fatal diseases.

Coffee and black tea are the two most popular beverages in America. Coffee is America’s number one addictive drug problem leading to hypertension, hypercholesterolemia, and other heart dis-ease problems.

Caffeine Withdrawal

Caffeine withdrawal can occur from missing just one cup of coffee in the morning. Symptoms of caffeine withdrawal are headaches, irritability, inability to work effectively, nervousness, restlessness, and lethargy. A steady user of caffeine may, at times, experience tight headaches in the back of the neck area and be quick to anger or irritation.

Caffeine Acts as a Stimulant

Caffeine is a toxic acidic stimulant. This is not natural for the body. It activates the “fight or flight” response.

It’s important to remember that the caffeine in coffee is a powerful substance. It can stimulate the central nervous system, increase heartbeat and metabolic rate, increase the secretion of stomach sodium bicarbonate, and step up kidney and bladder action. It’s also well known for its annoying ability to affect sleep.i

At higher doses, caffeine can cause “coffee nerves”—a wide assortment of symptoms including anxiety, irritability, headaches, light-headedness, nausea, and diarrhea.

Coffee can cause a temporary increase in blood sugar, but it is quickly followed by a decrease, and stimulates the release of adrenaline, which causes body tissues to be broken down into sugar giving rise to high blood sugar associated with diabetes. Too much insulin is produced, and the blood sugar falls to a low level.

Caffeine is an Acidic Poison

Caffeine, which is the main chemical in coffee, is a powerful poison! A drop of caffeine injected into the skin of an animal will produce death within a few minutes. An infinitely small amount injected into the brain will cause convulsions. The amount of caffeine in a cup of coffee is quite small, yet people drink coffee because of the effect of the caffeine, just as people  smoke because of the effect of the nicotine. Both are drugs, and both are habit-forming.  Both are poisons.  And both will eventually kill you by causing heart failure or a cancerous conditions.

Coffee Drinking and Stomach Ulcers

The general public usually associates ulcers and heart trouble with coffee drinking. J.A. Roth and A.C. Ivy, whose experiments on coffee are famous, state this:

“Caffeine produces gastro-duodenal ulcers in animals to whom the drug is given in a beeswax container so that their stomachs are absorbing caffeine continually. Also, caffeine produces very definite changes in the blood vessels of animals, which are similar to changes produced by prolonged resentment hostility and anxiety.”

Coffee Linked to Hip Fractures

“People who drink more than two cups of coffee or four cups of black or green tea a day could be increasing their risk of hip fracture in old age, according to a new study.”  The study, published in the October issue of the American Journal of Epidemiology, is the first to link caffeine consumption with hip fractures that occur in older people whose bones have weakened. A hip fracture often marks an elderly person’s final decline into dependency or death.

Brown University’s Dr. Douglas P. Kiel and his colleagues looked at how much coffee or tea 3170 people reported drinking over 14 years. They then looked to see which ones fractured their hips, a sign that bones had become brittle. They found that heavy caffeine drinkers were 53% more likely to suffer hip fractures.

Infertility

Trying to become pregnant? Stop drinking caffeinated drinks. Among 104 women, those who drank just one cup of caffeinated coffee a day were half as likely to become pregnant during any given menstrual cycle as those who drank less, according to a 1988 study by Allen Wilcox of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences.

Most of the studies conducted since then have also found that caffeine impairs fertility, but usually only at three or more cups of regular coffee a day.

But the research is only as good or bad as the women’s memories. For example, scientists at John Hopkins University found that among 2500 women who were trying to become pregnant, consuming more than 300 mg of caffeine a day reduced their chances of succeeding in any given month by 17%. But those results were based on the amount of coffee and soft drinks the women could remember having consumed as many as ten years earlier.

Even so, “it’s probably prudent for women who are trying to become pregnant, and especially for those having trouble, to cut back on caffeine,” says Mark Klebanoff of the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development in Bethesda, Maryland.

Does Coffee Cause Heart Disease and  Cancer?

There is mounting evidence suggesting that if you want to avoid certain heart and cancerous conditions, you are well-advised to kick the coffee habit. Consider these examples:

One study revealed that not only was coffee drinking associated with increased risk of bladder cancer, but the drinking of non-diet cola drinks also was linked to this problem.

Coffee drinking increases the risk of birth defects.

Coffee drinking increases blood pressure, increasing the risk of heart disease.

It is commonly thought that the drinking of coffee, soft drinks, and other caffeinated drinks is a minor matter as far as our health is concerned. But is it?  We cannot estimate its effect on mind and emotions, discrimination, and judgment.  And then there are the harmful effects of the stimulation on the heart and other vital organs.

Coffee and other caffeinated beverages are poor substitutes for water. The body needs alkaline fluids, but not stimulating drugs. Giving up the coffee and tea habit is relatively easy to do for most folks—once a commitment has been made. Since caffeine is a less toxic drug than alcohol or street drugs, the majority of coffee and tea drinkers can give up the habit without the sort of difficulties that alcoholics and drug addicts typically experience.

When giving up caffeine, eat and drink only what contributes in some way to good alkaline nutrition for the body. Any food or drink that does not contain alkalizing chlorophyll, oil, water, salts, vitamins, or minerals, should automatically be crossed off the list. While breaking the coffee, tea, cola, energy drink habit, be sure to drink plenty of fresh alkaline green juices and alkaline water at a pH of at least 9.5.

Just how widespread is coffee, tea, soda drinking? The average American drinks over twenty-six gallons of coffee, tea and cola drinks per year, but perhaps more germane to the discussion is caffeine itself.  Coffee has over three hundred chemicals; caffeine is only one of them.

23  Reasons to NEVER Drink Coffee Again!

1. Methyl parathion

This is the most toxic pesticide of all. It is  is highly toxic to humans, birds, fish, and mammals. It’s used to fight leaf miner infestations. Leaf miners are insects that eat at leaves of plants.  Despite how dangerous it is, it’s still (mis)used in some countries.

2. Endosulfan

This pesticide is used against coffee cherry borer, a common coffee consuming bug. It’s doesn’t dissolve easily and takes ages to break down in soil and is toxic to most animals. It affects the central nervous system, reproductive organs, kidneys, and liver, and is considered to be worse than the pest itself; it’s even been responsible for human death!

3. Chlorpyrifos

This is also used against common coffee pests and has been banned in the US for household use because it has caused human death and birth defects. Needless to say, it’s quite detrimental to delicate ecosystems.

4. Triadimefon

Copper-based fungicide used to against coffee rust. Only slightly toxic to birds, little is known about its effect on humans, but it is suspected that there is potential for reproductive problems with chronic exposure.  (Like people who drink coffee every day.) It has been found to induce hyperactivity in rats. The major concern is that long-term use of this and other copper-based fungicides is copper accumulation in soils, such as that found in coffee farms in Kenya and in Costa Rica.  Copper toxicity has been found in other crops grown in these soils, and copper impacts other biochemical and biological processes in soil which will poison people eating these crops not to mention the people who drink coffee.

5. Caffeine

One 8-ounce cup of coffee has 95 milligrams of caffeine and a 1-ounce single shot of espresso has 64 milligrams. Consuming too much caffeine can make you restless, anxious, irratable and then dead.  Caffeine is an acid or oxidant poison with a pH of 5.5 and an oxidative reduction pH of over +250 mV. When you drink a cup of coffee the body reacts to the poisons in the coffee and you feel it as adrenalin rush as the body starts releasing alkaline buffers to neutralize the poison or the caffeine acid.  It only takes 3 cups of coffee or acid to go into potential caffeine intoxication or 300mg which can cause a cardiac arrest.  One drop of pue caffeine or 2 grams of caffeine powder will kill you instantly.

6. pH

Coffee has a perfect pH for cancerous cells 5.5. Research at the Brigham Young University showed that you can keep cancer cells alive indefinitely in a cup of coffee.

7. Oxidative Reduction Potential or ORP

Coffee is NOT an antioxicant but an oxidant which acitivates the alkaline buffering system and depletes your body of alkalizing minerals such as sodium bicaronatea and potassium bicaronate.

8.  Stomach

Because coffee an acid beverage it causes the stomach to produce sodium bicarbonate which increases the hydrochloric acid in the stomach leading to acid reflux, GERD, ulcers and stomach cancer.

9.  Damages Cover Cells of the Stomach

Coffee is a hot beverage and any hot beverage will damage the cover cells of the stomach which cells produce sodium bicarbonate for maintaining the alkaline design of all the body fluids.

10.  Stimulate

Coffee is saturated with hydrogen ions or protons and thus steals energy from your body making you more tired after the stimulating effects wear-off.  This creates the addiction for more coffee in order to achieve an energy increase or buzz.  Continued use of coffee leads to enervation then irritation, then inflammation, then ulceration and finally degeneration or cancer.

11.  Cafestol

Coffee increases the level of cholesterol. Why? Because coffee contains an acid substance called cafestol which triggers the rise of cholesterol levels. The cafestol blocks a receptor in an intestinal pathway crucial for cholesterol regulation, and is the most potent food chemical to do this.   Increased amounts of this acid will increase cholesterol for the purpose of buffering and maintaining the alkaline design of the body.

12.  Intestinal Villi Damage

Coffee compromises the alkalinity of the small intestine at a pH of 8.4.  This causes the intestinal villi to lie down preventing the biological transformation of food or chyme into stem cells which takes place in the crypts of the intestinal villi.   This leads to lowered blood counts, improper blood cell formation and symptoms anemia, pernicious anemia, and hemolytic anemia.  Coffee also damages the intestinal villi leading to more serious conditions such as proper bone, muscle and organ regeneration.

13. Cancer

Coffee contains over 1000 chemicals of which only 22 have been studied leaving 978 left to study.  All of the chemicals studied to date have been found to be carcinogentic.  So next time to pick up that cup of coffee think of it as your cup of cancer.

14.  Sugar and Cream

Add the sugar and cream and you just created one toxic and addictive acidic/poisonous beverage.

15. Heart Disease –

There is controversial scientific evidence linking coffee consumption to heart diseases. Some studies even state that “consumption is associated with significantly increased risk of cardiovascular disease.” These same studies have shown a cholesterol-raising effect in some of the chemical compounds of coffee, such as determines, cafestol, kahweol and plasma homocysteine. This may be of-set by some of the antioxidants, but the overall agreement is that coffee may adversely effect the heart.

16. Blood Vessels

Coffee disturbs the functioning of blood vessels, both in turgidity and tone.

17. Cardiovascular System

Coffee affects our nervous system, heart rhythms and has been consistently linked to irregular heartbeats. It may also adversely affect blood pressure.

18. Osteoporosis

Coffee drinking should be heavily avoided by people at risk, or who have Osteoporosis. Studies show a link between drinking coffee and urinary calcium excretion.

19.  Heartburn

Many people report that coffee increases heartburn.

20.  Sleep Disturbance

Coffee, particularly in the evening or at night, can lead to sleep disturbance.

21. Dehydration 

Drinking coffee depletes water reserves in the body.

22. Addiction 

While the FDA recognizes caffeine as “safe,” it is still a drug, as it significantly alters the nervous system, leading to addiction

over time.

23. Extreme Withdrawal Symptoms

You may experience withdrawal symptoms when you try to give up coffee. This can lead to headaches, irritability, body aches, and other more extreme symptoms.

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Coffee beans are green and alkaline on the tree until they are fermented and spoiled rotten to a brownish black acidic,  heart dis-ease causing color.

For more information, check out these references:

Charles F. Wetherall, Kicking The Coffee Habit, Wetherall Publ. Co. MN.

Andrew Weil, MD & Winifred Rosen, Chocolate To Morphine, Houghton Mifflin Co., Boston, Mass.

Mervyn G. Hardinge, MD, A Philosophy of Health, Loma Linda University, CA.


1. Executive Fitness Newsletter (October 13, 1984).

2. Gastroenterology (November, 1948).

3. Providence Journal (October 1, 1990).

4. Carol Simontacchi, The Crazy Makers (New York: Tarcher, 2001).

Ten Acidic Signs That Your Liver is Toxic and Sick!

liver-disease-s1a-did-you-knowLiver disease is any disturbance of liver function that causes illness. The liver is responsible for many critical functions within the body and should it become dis-eased or injured, the loss of those functions can cause significant damage to the body.  Liver dis-ease is also referred to as hepatic dis-ease.

Liver dis-ease is a broad term that covers all the potential problems that cause the liver to fail to perform its designated functions. Usually, more than 75% or three-quarters of liver tissue needs to be affected before a decrease in function occurs.

The liver is the largest solid organ in the body; and is also considered a gland because among its many functions, it makes and secretes an alkaline substance called bile. The liver is located in the upper right portion of the abdomen protected by the rib cage. It has two main lobes that are made up of tiny lobules. The liver cells have two different sources of blood supply. The hepatic artery supplies oxygen rich blood that is pumped from the heart, while the portal vein supplies alkalizing minerals from the large intestine and the spleen.

Normally, veins return blood from the body to the heart, but the portal vein allows alkaline minerals from the large intestines to enter the liver for “detoxification” and filtering prior to entering the general circulation. The portal vein also efficiently delivers minerals and fats that liver cells need to produce the proteins, cholesterol, and electrons required for normal body activities.

There are several early signs of  an acidic liver to understand in order to protect the liver and its many functions from sickness and dis-ease.
Without a fully functioning liver,  your health and wellbeing will be compromised.  Fortunately your liver is capable of repairing and renewing itself every six weeks.  Understanding the following acidic liver conditions and spotting them early,  will help to prevent and/or reverse a serious life-threatening degenerative live dis-ease.

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Warning Sign # 1 – Skin discoloration – Jaundice

One of the early signs of excess liver acidity and the beginning of liver dis-ease is the liver’s inability to filter out all of the dietary and/or metabolic toxins from the blood.  With a build-up of toxins this may also lead to a build-up of Bilirubin which is a breakdown product of the blood.  The breakdown of the blood which increases bilirubin is caused by an acidic lifestyle, diet, congested liver and gallbladder and constipation of the elimination organs,  The body and specifically the gallbladder uses bile  to help alkalize the food ingested coming out of the stomach.  When the body cannot evacuate Bilirubin from the liver/gallbladder and blood via the bowels, it will accumulate in the bloodstream and results in the skin taking on a yellowish hue.  This yellowing can also affect the fingernails, the tips of the fingers, and especially the eyes. This acidic condition caused by an acidic lifestyle and diet is known as Jaundice.  Read, share and like more:

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Research Study Suggests that Radiation and Chemotherapy Can Make Cancers 30x More Malignant

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Following on the heels of recent revelations that x-ray mammography may be contributing to an epidemic of future radiation-induced breast cancers, in a new article titled, “Radiation Treatment Generates Therapy Resistant Cancer Stem Cells From Aggressive Breast Cancer Cells,” published in the journal Cancer July 1st, 2012, researchers from the Department of Radiation Oncology at the UCLA Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center report that radiation treatment actually drives breast cancer cells into greater malignancy.

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A Self-Care to a Self-Cure for Terminal Metastatic Breast, Lung, Liver, Lymphatic, Lymph and Bone Cancer!

Watch the following YOUTUBE Video of Catherine Livingston sharing her incredible life-changing and life-saving Metastatic Cancer Reversal story!

Catherine Livingstone was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2011 that metastasized to her lungs, liver, lymphatic system. lymph nodes and bone. She was given only 2 months to live in 2012. She started the pH Miracle Lifestyle and Diet!  It is now June, 2015 and she is in complete remission with NO CANCER in the lungs (over 25 tumors), NO CANCER in the liver (the liver was full of tumors with to many to count), NO CANCER in the lymph nodes, NO CANCER in the bones and in fact NO CANCER anywhere in her body. Catherine is healthy, happy and NOW CANCER FREE living the pH Miracle Lifestyle and Diet!

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In her own words, “I intend to live a long and healthy life free from cancer thanks to the pH Miracle lifestyle.”

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The Research Validating That The Ingredients in Vaccines Cause Cancer!

SV40, an ingredient found in vaccines is Associated with Causing Different Cancerous Conditions! 

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Below are types of human cancers in which SV40 has been found. By clicking on the name, you will link to some study abstracts that provides additional details. Please note that this is not a comprehensive list of all SV40-associated cancers or all medical/scientific articles written about the detection of SV40 in cancer.

Brain Cancers
Bone Cancers
Chest Cancers
Lymphomas
Thyroid Cancers

Astrocytomas

Huang H., et al. Identification in human brain tumors of DNA sequences specific SV40 large T antigen. Brain Pathol 1999 Jan;9(1):33-42.

Zhen H.N., et al. Expression of the simian virus 40 large tumor antigen (Tag) and formation of Tag-p53 and Tag-pRb complexes in human brain tumors. Cancer 1999 15;86(10):2124-32.

Martini, F., et al. Simian Virus 40 Footprints in Normal Human Tissues, Brain and Bone Tumours of Different Histotypes; 1997. Brown F, Lewis AM (eds): Simian Virus 40 (SV40): A Possible Human Polyomavirus. Dev Biol Stand. Basel, Karger, 1998, vol 94, pp 55-66.

Krieg, P., et al. Episomal simian virus 40 genomes in human brain tumors Proc Natl Acad sci USA 1981 Oct;78(10):6446-50.

Anaplastic Astrocytoma

Huang H., et al. Identification in human brain tumors of DNA sequences specific SV40 large T antigen. Brain Pathol 1999 Jan;9(1):33-42.

Choroid Plexus Papilloma

Huang H., et al. Identification in human brain tumors of DNA sequences specific SV40 large T antigen. Brain Pathol 1999 Jan;9(1):33-42.

Zhen H.N., et al. Expression of the simian virus 40 large tumor antigen (Tag) and formation of Tag-p53 and Tag-pRb complexes in human brain tumors. Cancer 1999 15;86(10):2124-32.

Martini, F., et al. Simian Virus 40 Footprints in Normal Human Tissues, Brain and Bone Tumours of Different Histotypes; 1997. Brown F, Lewis AM (eds): Simian Virus 40 (SV40): A Possible Human Polyomavirus. Dev Biol Stand. Basel, Karger, 1998, vol 94, pp 55-66.

Wang, J and Garcea R.L., et al, Simian virus 40 DNA sequences in human brain and bone tumours. Brown F, Lewis AM (eds): Simian Virus 40 (SV40): A Possible Human Polyomavirus. Dev Biol Stand. Basel, Karger, 1998, vol 94, pp 13-21.

14 of 17 pediatric brain tumors (13 choroid plexus tumors, 3 ependymomas and 1 ganglioneuroma) were positive for SV40 regulatory region sequences. Butel, J.S., et al. Detection of authentic SV40 DNA sequences in human brain and bone tumors Brown F, Lewis AM (eds): Simian Virus 40 (SV40): A Possible Human Polyomavirus. Dev Biol Stand. Basel, Karger, 1998, vol 94, pp 23-32.

Lednicky, et al., Natural simian virus 40 strains are present in human choroid plexus and ependymoma Virology. 1995 Oct 1;212(2):710-7. tumors.

Ependymoma

Huang H., et al. Identification in human brain tumors of DNA sequences specific SV40 large T antigen. Brain Pathol 1999 Jan;9(1):33-42.

Zhen H.N., et al. Expression of the simian virus 40 large tumor antigen (Tag) and formation of Tag-p53 and Tag-pRb complexes in human brain tumors. Cancer 1999 15;86(10):2124-32.

Martini, F., et al. Simian Virus 40 Footprints in Normal Human Tissues, Brain and Bone Tumours of Different Histotypes; 1997. Brown F, Lewis AM (eds): Simian Virus 40 (SV40): A Possible Human Polyomavirus. Dev Biol Stand. Basel, Karger, 1998, vol 94, pp 55-66.

Wang, J and Garcea R.L., et al, Simian virus 40 DNA sequences in human brain and bone tumours. Brown F, Lewis AM (eds): Simian Virus 40 (SV40): A Possible Human Polyomavirus. Dev Biol Stand. Basel, Karger, 1998, vol 94, pp 13-21.

14 of 17 pediatric brain tumors (13 choroid plexus tumors, 3 ependymomas and 1 ganglioneuroma) were positive for SV40 regulatory region sequences. Butel, J.S., et al. Detection of authentic SV40 DNA sequences in human brain and bone tumors Brown F, Lewis AM (eds): Simian Virus 40 (SV40): A Possible Human Polyomavirus. Dev Biol Stand. Basel, Karger, 1998, vol 94, pp 23-32.

Lednicky, et al., Natural simian virus 40 strains are present in human choroid plexus and ependymoma Virology. 1995 Oct 1;212(2):710-7. tumors.

Gemistocytic Astrocytoma

Huang H., et al. Identification in human brain tumors of DNA sequences specific SV40 large T antigen. Brain Pathol 1999 Jan;9(1):33-42.

Glioblastoma

Huang H., et al. Identification in human brain tumors of DNA sequences specific SV40 large T antigen. Brain Pathol 1999 Jan;9(1):33-42.

Zhen H.N., et al. Expression of the simian virus 40 large tumor antigen (Tag) and formation of Tag-p53 and Tag-pRb complexes in human brain tumors. Cancer 1999 15;86(10):2124-32.

Martini, F., et al. Simian Virus 40 Footprints in Normal Human Tissues, Brain and Bone Tumours of Different Histotypes; 1997. Brown F, Lewis AM (eds): Simian Virus 40 (SV40): A Possible Human Polyomavirus. Dev Biol Stand. Basel, Karger, 1998, vol 94, pp 55-66.

Krieg, P., et al. Episomal simian virus 40 genomes in human brain tumors Proc Natl Acad sci USA 1981 Oct;78(10):6446-50.

Gliosarcoma

Huang H., et al. Identification in human brain tumors of DNA sequences specific SV40 large T antigen. Brain Pathol 1999 Jan;9(1):33-42.

Medulloblastoma

Huang H., et al. Identification in human brain tumors of DNA sequences specific SV40 large T antigen. Brain Pathol 1999 Jan;9(1):33-42.

Zhen H.N., et al. Expression of the simian virus 40 large tumor antigen (Tag) and formation of Tag-p53 and Tag-pRb complexes in human brain tumors. Cancer 1999 15;86(10):2124-32.

Krieg, P., et al. Episomal simian virus 40 genomes in human brain tumors Proc Natl Acad sci USA 1981 Oct;78(10):6446-50.

Meningioma

Zhen H.N., et al. Expression of the simian virus 40 large tumor antigen (Tag) and formation of Tag-p53 and Tag-pRb complexes in human brain tumors. Cancer 1999 15;86(10):2124-32.

Krieg, P., et al. Episomal simian virus 40 genomes in human brain tumors Proc Natl Acad sci USA 1981 Oct;78(10):6446-50.

Weiss A.F., et al. Simian virus 40-related antigens in three human meningiomas defined chromosome loss Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 1975 Feb;72(2):609-13.

Oligodendroglioma

Huang H., et al. Identification in human brain tumors of DNA sequences specific SV40 large T antigen. Brain Pathol 1999 Jan;9(1):33-42.

Krieg, P., et al. Episomal simian virus 40 genomes in human brain tumors Proc Natl Acad sci USA 1981 Oct;78(10):6446-50.

Pituitary Adenoma

Zhen H.N., et al. Expression of the simian virus 40 large tumor antigen (Tag) and formation of Tag-p53 and Tag-pRb complexes in human brain tumors. Cancer 1999 15;86(10):2124-32.

Osteosarcoma

Martini, F., et al. Simian Virus 40 Footprints in Normal Human Tissues, Brain and Bone Tumours of Different Histotypes; 1997. Brown F, Lewis AM (eds): Simian Virus 40 (SV40): A Possible Human Polyomavirus. Dev Biol Stand. Basel, Karger, 1998, vol 94, pp 55-66.

Wang, J and Garcea R.L., et al, Simian virus 40 DNA sequences in human brain and bone tumours. Brown F, Lewis AM (eds): Simian Virus 40 (SV40): A Possible Human Polyomavirus. Dev Biol Stand. Basel, Karger, 1998, vol 94, pp 13-21.

Ewing’s Tumors

Martini, F., et al. Simian Virus 40 Footprints in Normal Human Tissues, Brain and Bone Tumours of Different Histotypes; 1997. Brown F, Lewis AM (eds): Simian Virus 40 (SV40): A Possible Human Polyomavirus. Dev Biol Stand. Basel, Karger, 1998, vol 94, pp 55-66.

Mesothelioma

Cristaudo A, et al., SV40 enhances the risk of malignant mesothelioma among people exposed to asbestos: a molecular epidemiologic case-control study. Cancer Res. 2005 Apr 15;65(8):3049-52.

Pass HI, et al., Evidence of an important role for SV40 in mesothelioma. Thorac Surg Clin. 2004 Nov;14(4):489-95.

Carbone M, et al., New developments about the association of SV40 with human mesothelioma. Oncogene. 2003 Aug 11;22(33):5173-80.

Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma

Vilchez RA, et al., Simian virus 40 tumor antigen expression and immunophenotypic profile of AIDS-related non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Virology. 2005 Nov 10;342(1):38-46.

Butel JS, et al., Association between SV40 and non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Leuk Lymphoma. 2003;44 Suppl 3:S33-9.

Papillary Thyroid Carcinomas

Vivaldi, et al., Simian virus 40-like sequences from early and late regions in human thyroid tumors of different histotypes. J Clin Endocrinol Metab. 2003 Feb;88(2):892-9.

Anaplastic Thyroid Carcinomas (ATC)

Vivaldi, et al., Simian virus 40-like sequences from early and late regions in human thyroid tumors of different histotypes. J Clin Endocrinol Metab. 2003 Feb;88(2):892-9.

A Self-Care to a Self-Cure for Breast Cancer!

The Alkaline Diet: A Cure and Prevention for Everything from Allergies to Cancer

Ariel Green reversed her medically diagnosed breast cancer with 3 cancerous tumors living the pH alkaline diet!


One of the 3 golf ball sized lumps in my breast that disappeared after changing to a pH alkaline diet. 

The following is Ariel Green’s personal story of reversing her cancerous breast condition involving 3 tumors without surgery, chemotherapy and radiation!

“Do you have a health condition you think is incurable? Do you want to lose weight and keep it off permanently? Do you want to reverse aging? Do you do everything you can to be healthy but still don’t feel quite right? The alkaline diet could cure all this and more; but is it too good to be true?”

“The alkaline diet is quickly becoming popular with backing of celebrates like Kate Moss, Gwyneth Paltrow, Jennifer Aniston, Linda Gray, Bill Clinton, Larry Hagman, and Kirsten Dunst. In 2003 Cris Carr, former Budweiser girl, made a move documentary on her battle with cancer and how she reversed the cancer with an alkaline diet. You may have heard about the alkaline diet on the news or in one of several interviews on the Oprah Winery show. You can find testimonies of people all over the internet that completely reversed every day illnesses as well as cancer, HIV MS, diabetes type1&2, and other chronic diseases.”

“How does it work? The alkaline diet works on the premise that our bodies are self healing. In order for the body to heal itself it needs the right tools one being the correct pH, others being sufficient nutrients, water, and exercise. The main thing that affects our pH is our diets. By eating alkalizing foods and minimizing acidic foods our bodies can begin to heal, prevent sickness, and help protect from external acid factors like stress and radiation. To maintain a good pH in our bodies we need to eat at least 70% alkaline foods and no more than 30% mildly acidic foods. Alkaline foods include most cooked and raw vegetables, some beans, and few fruits, grains, & nuts. Acidic foods include meat, dairy, sugar, processed foods, coffee, and most fruits, grains, and nuts.”

“Sound too hard? Well, you don’t have to jump right in. Most people have better results by making slow gradual changes to their diet. Some people only need to make a couple of small changes to start seeing results. There are also many tasty alkaline versions of acidic foods; so don’t worry about felling deprived.”

“So does it really work? Apparently it does from all the testimonies on the internet. I tried it myself in 2006 when I found out I had three breast tumors that my doctor told me had to be surgically removed. Within six months the cancerous tumors were gone, and so were my allergies, chronic knee & back pain, and my problem with vertigo that my doctors could not explain or treat. I also have more energy and I don’t get colds anymore. I have been on the pH alkaline diet since 2006 and continue to maintain excellent health. I have met many people that have completely reversed their health problems with the pH alkaline diet.  I also know a couple of people that it did not work completely for but it did drastically improve their health. Many people give up on alkalizing before it has a chance to work because they feel deprived. They think they can only eat salad; but this is not true.”

“Supplementation is also important as there are some vitamins and minerals than can be hard to get on an alkaline diet. There are also many supplements that can make alkalizing quicker and easier. The pH alkaline diet can be hard and take a long time to get results if you don’t know enough about it. So it is best to read up on it and get a good pH coach. There is very little clinical research on the pH alkaline diet and its effects on specific disease conditions. However, an article published in PubMed says there  supporting research that shows the pH alkaline diet can support health and reverse disease but more research is needed http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22013455.”

“It will be many years  before clinical research can be done on the pH alkaline diet with every health problem. So it is best to consult a health professional before changing your diet especially if you have a chronic disease.”

“Some health problems with supporting clinical studies on the alkaline diet & treatments include cancer, low back pain, bone loss, and increased lean tissue mass in older adults:”

“In a study published in PubMed a high pH treatment was tested on over 30 humans with cancer.  In each case the cancer disappeared. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed?term=6522424

Supplementation with alkaline minerals reduces symptoms in patients with chronic lower back pain. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3195546/?tool=pubmed

“Increasing the alkaline content of the diet may slow bone loss in healthy older adults. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2630872/

“Alkaline diets favor lean tissue mass in older adults.  http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2597402/

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There are also many related clinical studies on how increasing vegetables in the diet can promote health; which is the foundation of the pH Miracle alkaline diet. There are many studies that can be found on how eating lots of animal proteins can cause many health problems, including cancer.

Here are 233 articles supporting a plant-based, pH alkaline diet!

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Pubmed Data : Anticancer Res. 2012 Jan ;32(1):223-36. PMID: 22213311
Study Type : Meta Analysis

Pubmed Data : J Nutr. 2006 Mar;136(3 Suppl):816S-820S. PMID: 16484572
Study Type : Human Study

Pubmed Data : World J Gastroenterol. 2008 Jul 28;14(28):4492-8. PMID: 18680228
Study Type : Human Study
Additional Links

Pharmacological Actions : Chemopreventive : CK(1528) : AC(382)

Pubmed Data : J Natl Cancer Inst. 2012 Nov 21 ;104(22):1702-11. Epub 2012 Nov 7. PMID:23136358
Study Type : Human Study

Pubmed Data : Scand J Gastroenterol. 1996 Oct;31(10):1011-20. PMID: 8898423
Study Type : Human Study

Pubmed Data : Exp Biol Med (Maywood). 2007 Feb;232(2):227-34. PMID: 17259330
Study Type : Human Study

Pubmed Data : Rev Environ Health. 2009 Jan-Mar;24(1):59-74. PMID: 19476292
Study Type : Human Study

Pubmed Data : Nutr Cancer. 1996;25(3):297-304. PMID: 8771572
Study Type : Human Study

Pubmed Data : Drugs Exp Clin Res. 1987 ;13 Suppl 1:17-29. PMID: 3569012
Study Type : Human: Case Report

Pubmed Data : Surg Today. 2003 ;33(6):448-53. PMID: 12768372
Study Type : Human: Case Report

Pubmed Data : Oncol Rep. 2005 Mar ;13(3):389-95. PMID: 15706406
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : J Agric Food Chem. 2010 Dec 22 ;58(24):12999-3005. Epub 2010 Nov 17. PMID:21082859
Study Type : Animal Study, In Vitro Study
Additional Links

Pharmacological Actions : Apoptotic : CK(1539) : AC(1155)

Pubmed Data : J Agric Food Chem. 2010 Dec 22 ;58(24):12999-3005. Epub 2010 Nov 17. PMID:21082859
Study Type : Animal Study, In Vitro Study
Additional Links

Pharmacological Actions : Apoptotic : CK(1539) : AC(1155)

Pubmed Data : Food Chem Toxicol. 2010 Jan;48(1):390-5. Epub 2009 Oct 25. PMID: 19861145
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : Nutr Cancer. 2002;44(2):189-91. PMID: 12734067
Study Type : Animal Study
Additional Links

Additional Keywords : Gamma Irradiation : CK(9) : AC(6)

Pubmed Data : Cancer Res. 2002 Aug 1;62(15):4339-45. PMID: 12154038
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : Carcinogenesis. 2001 Nov;22(11):1871-5. PMID: 11698351
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : Carcinogenesis. 2000 Aug;21(8):1461-7. PMID: 20652274
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : Exp Anim. 2000 Oct;49(4):305-7. PMID: 11109558
Study Type : Transgenic Animal Study

Pubmed Data : J Exp Clin Cancer Res. 1997 Mar;16(1):33-8. PMID: 9148858
Study Type : Animal Study
Additional Links

Additional Keywords : Bacteriostatic : CK(2) : AC(1)

Pubmed Data : Int J Cancer. 2008 Jun 15;122(12):2647-55. PMID: 18351577
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : Invest New Drugs. 2011 Apr;29(2):207-24. Epub 2009 Oct 30. PMID: 19876598
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : Fundam Clin Pharmacol. 2009 Apr;23(2):225-34. PMID: 19645817
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : Zhongguo Zhong Yao Za Zhi. 2010 Oct;35(20):2768-73. PMID: 21246838
Study Type : Animal Study

Article Publish Status : This is a free article. Click here to read the complete article.
Pubmed Data : J Biomed Biotechnol. 2012 ;2012:516981. Epub 2011 Nov 24. PMID: 22174562
Study Type : Animal Study
Pubmed Data : Nutr Cancer. 2003;45(2):195-202. PMID: 12881014
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : Biosci Biotechnol Biochem. 2008 Dec;72(12):3148-57. Epub 2008 Dec 7. PMID:19060399
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : Carcinogenesis. 2009 Jan;30(1):88-92. Epub 2008 Nov 18. PMID: 19017685
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : Carcinogenesis. 1995 Nov;16(11):2685-9. PMID: 7586187
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : J Pharm Pharmacol. 2006 Aug;58(8):1121-30. PMID: 16872560
Study Type : Animal Study
Additional Links

Pharmacological Actions : Antioxidants : CK(3723) : AC(1318)

Pubmed Data : Cancer Res. 1989 Oct 15;49(20):5581-5. PMID: 2551490
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : Anticancer Res. 2004 Sep-Oct;24(5A):3049-55. PMID: 15517915
Study Type : Animal Study
Additional Links


Pubmed Data : Clin Chim Acta. 2004 Apr;342(1-2):203-10. PMID: 15026282
Study Type : Animal Study
Additional Links


Pubmed Data : Drugs Aging. 2007;24(11):945-55. PMID: 20614824
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : J Agric Food Chem. 2009 Sep 23;57(18):8587-90. PMID: 19711910
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : J Ethnopharmacol. 2000 Aug;71(3):457-63. PMID: 10940583
Study Type : Animal Study
Additional Links


Pubmed Data : J Med Food. 2006;9(2):237-45. PMID: 16822210
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : Cancer Res. 1999 Feb 1;59(3):597-601. PMID: 9973206
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : Carcinogenesis. 1993 Nov;14(11):2219-25. PMID: 8242846
Study Type : Animal Study
Additional Links

Pharmacological Actions : Chemopreventive : CK(1528) : AC(382)

Pubmed Data : Br J Cancer. 2003 May 6;88(9):1480-3. PMID: 12778080
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : Br J Nutr. 2009 Oct;102(7):967-75. Epub 2009 Apr 27. PMID: 19393114
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : Cancer Res. 2008 Sep 15;68(18):7283-92. PMID: 18794115
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : Oncogene. 1999 Oct 28;18(44):6013-20. PMID: 10557090
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : Carcinogenesis. 1999 Apr;20(4):641-4. PMID: 10223193
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : Nutr Cancer. 2012 Jan ;64(1):72-9. Epub 2011 Dec 15. PMID: 22172229
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : Biol Pharm Bull. 2009 Mar;32(3):382-8. PMID: 12050094
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : J Interferon Cytokine Res. 2010 Oct 15. Epub 2010 Oct 15. PMID: 20950131
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : Invest New Drugs. 1996;14(4):365-9. PMID: 9157071
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : Chem Biol Interact. 2011 May 20. Epub 2011 May 20. PMID: 21621527
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : Nutr Cancer. 2008;60(3):373-81. PMID: 18444172
Study Type : Animal Study

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Pubmed Data : Cancer Res. 1994 Nov 15;54(22):5841-7. PMID: 7954412
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : Cancer Res. 1995 Jan 15;55(2):259-66. PMID: 7812955
Study Type : Animal Study
Additional Links


Pubmed Data : Nutr Cancer. 2009;61(2):276-83. PMID: 19235044
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : Nutr Cancer. 2006;54(2):216-22. PMID: 16898866
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : Planta Med. 2008 May;74(6):686-92. Epub 2008 Apr 30. PMID: 15749630
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : Carcinogenesis. 2010 Jul;31(7):1272-8. Epub 2010 Jan 8. PMID: 20061362
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : Cancer Lett. 1992 Aug 31;65(3):245-9. PMID: 1516040
Study Type : Animal Study
Additional Links

Problem Substances : Ferrous Fumarate : CK(39) : AC(8)

Pubmed Data : J Nutr. 2004 Jan;134(1):179-82. PMID: 14704314
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : Oncol Rep. 2005 Dec;14(6):1559-64. PMID: 16273256
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : Inflamm Bowel Dis. 2010 Dec;16(12):2012-21. PMID: 20848493
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : Carcinogenesis. 1992 May;13(5):815-8. PMID: 1316814
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : Cancer Prev Res (Phila Pa). 2009 Dec;2(12):1031-8. Epub 2009 Nov 24. PMID:19934339
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : J Nutr. 1997 Dec;127(12):2328-33. PMID: 9405582
Study Type : Animal Study
Additional Links

Pharmacological Actions : Chemopreventive : CK(1528) : AC(382)

Pubmed Data : Asian Pac J Cancer Prev. 2011 ;12(9):2385-92. PMID: 22296388
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : Biochem Biophys Res Commun. 2006 Feb 17;340(3):800-6. Epub 2005 Dec 20. PMID: 11748458
Study Type : Animal Study

Article Publish Status : This is a free article. Click here to read the complete article.
Pubmed Data : Mar Drugs. 2012 Oct ;10(10):2337-48. Epub 2012 Oct 22. PMID: 23170088
Study Type : Animal Study
Additional Links

Pharmacological Actions : Anti-Tumor : CK(69) : AC(44)

Pubmed Data : Carcinogenesis. 1998 Jan;19(1):81-5. PMID: 9472697
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : Int J Oncol. 2005 Apr;26(4):881-9. PMID: 15753981
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : Int J Cancer. 2009 Jan 15;124(2):264-71. PMID: 19003968
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : Carcinogenesis. 2006 Jun;27(6):1257-65. Epub 2005 Dec 29. PMID: 16387741
Study Type : Animal Study
Additional Links


Pubmed Data : Carcinogenesis.2005 Feb;26(2):387-93. Epub 2004 Nov 18. PMID: 15550456
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : Asian Pac J Cancer Prev. 2009;10(5):827-31. PMID: 20104973
Study Type : Animal Study
Additional Links

Pharmacological Actions : Chemopreventive : CK(1528) : AC(382)

Pubmed Data : Anticancer Res. 2001 Jul-Aug;21(4A):2393-403. PMID: 11724298
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : Nutr Res. 2009 May;29(5):355-62. PMID: 19555818
Study Type : Animal Study
Additional Links

Pharmacological Actions : Chemopreventive : CK(1528) : AC(382)

Pubmed Data : J Altern Complement Med. 2002 Oct;8(5):581-9. PMID: 12470439
Study Type : Animal Study
Pubmed Data : J Agric Food Chem. 2011 Sep 28 ;59(18):9861-9. Epub 2011 Aug 25. PMID:21846141
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : J Med Food. 2010 Feb;13(1):20-30. PMID: 20136432
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : Cancer Lett. 2001 Feb 26;163(2):163-70. PMID: 11165750
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : World J Gastroenterol. 2008 Dec 28;14(48):7386-91. PMID: 19109874
Study Type : Animal Study
Additional Links

Additional Keywords : Liver Metastasis : CK(2) : AC(1)

Pubmed Data : Cancer Lett. 2003 Jun 30;196(1):29-34. PMID: 12860286
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : Cancer Sci. 2006 Apr;97(4):248-51. PMID: 16630115
Study Type : Animal Study
Additional Links

Pharmacological Actions : Antineoplastic Agents : CK(877) : AC(496)

Pubmed Data : Int J Oncol. 2012 Apr 2. Epub 2012 Apr 2. PMID: 22469784

Study Type : Animal Study
Additional Links


Pubmed Data : World J Surg. 2007 May;31(5):1041-6. PMID: 9538185
Study Type : Animal Study
Additional Links

Pharmacological Actions : Chemopreventive : CK(1528) : AC(382)

Pubmed Data : Cancer Sci. 2004 Jun;95(6):481-6. PMID: 15182427
Study Type : Animal Study
Additional Links


Pubmed Data : J Nutr. 2009 Mar;139(3):474-81. Epub 2009 Jan 13. PMID: 19141699
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : J Agric Food Chem. 2010 Aug 11;58(15):8833-41. PMID: 20681671
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : J Agric Food Chem. 2011 Feb 28. Epub 2011 Feb 28. PMID: 21355597
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : Clin Cancer Res. 2007 Jan 1;13(1):350-5. PMID: 17200374
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : Altern Med Rev. 2000 Dec;5(6):546-52. PMID: 11134977
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : Arch Neurol. 2003 Feb;60(2):194-200. PMID: 15831530
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : Food Chem Toxicol. 2006 Oct;44(10):1667-73. Epub 2006 May 17. PMID:16822603
Study Type : Animal Study
Additional Links

Pharmacological Actions : Chemopreventive : CK(1528) : AC(382)

Pubmed Data : Cancer Prev Res (Phila). 2010 Apr;3(4):549-59. Epub 2010 Mar 23. PMID:20332304
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : Carcinogenesis. 1999 Jun;20(6):927-31. PMID: 10357769
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : Gastroenterology. 2009 Sep;137(3):914-23. Epub 2009 May 29. PMID: 19482027
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : Gan To Kagaku Ryoho. 1982 Dec;9(12):2175-9. PMID: 7184391
Study Type : Animal Study
Additional Links

Adverse Pharmacological Actions : Carcinogenic : CK(936) : AC(130)

Pubmed Data : Mol Cancer. 2005 Jan 11;4(1):1. Epub 2005 Jan 11. PMID: 15644144
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : Food Chem Toxicol. 2008 Feb;46(2):752-60. Epub 2007 Oct 1. PMID: 17988776
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : Cancer Res. 2008 Jul 1;68(13):5487-91. PMID: 18593952
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : J Agric Food Chem. 2006 Dec 13 ;54(25):9322-8. PMID: 17147414
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : Am J Clin Nutr. 1991 Jul;54(1 Suppl):209S-214S. PMID: 2053564
Study Type : Animal Study
Additional Links

Pharmacological Actions : Antiproliferative : CK(1061) : AC(775)
Anti Therapeutic Actions : Western Diet : CK(86) : AC(24)
Pubmed Data : Nutr Cancer. 1995;23(3):271-81. PMID: 7603887
Study Type : Animal Study
Additional Links

Problem Substances : Casein : CK(135) : AC(16)
Adverse Pharmacological Actions : Carcinogen : CK(59) : AC(11)

Pubmed Data : J Natl Cancer Inst. 1992 Jul 1;84(13):1026-30. PMID: 1608054
Study Type : Animal Study
Additional Links

Problem Substances : Casein : CK(135) : AC(16)
Adverse Pharmacological Actions : Carcinogen : CK(59) : AC(11)

Pubmed Data : J Nat Med. 2012 Mar 15. Epub 2012 Mar 15. PMID: 22418855
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : Food Chem Toxicol. 2005 Mar;43(3):433-41. PMID: 20521815
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : Cancer Res. 1986 Jan;46(1):61-5. PMID: 3940210
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : J Nutr. 2009 Nov;139(11):2072-8. Epub 2009 Sep 16. PMID: 19759248
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : Cancer Res. 1996 Nov 1;56(21):4910-6. PMID: 8895743
Study Type : Animal Study
Additional Links

Anti Therapeutic Actions : Western Diet : CK(86) : AC(24)

Pubmed Data : BMC Cancer. 2009;9:414. Epub 2009 Nov 30. PMID: 10485439
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : Nutr Cancer. 2007;58(1):60-5. PMID: 17571968
Study Type : Animal Study

Pubmed Data : Exp Anim. 2010;59(4):487-94. PMID: 20660995
Study Type : Animal Study

Article Publish Status : This is a free article. Click here to read the complete article.
Pubmed Data : Biol Pharm Bull. 2009 Oct ;32(10):1760-4. PMID: 19801840
Study Type : In Vitro Study

Pubmed Data : Mol Cancer Ther. 2012 Apr ;11(4):963-72. Epub 2012 Feb 8. PMID: 22319203
Study Type : In Vitro Study

Pubmed Data : Molecules. 2012 ;18(1):418-29. Epub 2012 Dec 28. PMID: 23275050
Study Type : In Vitro Study

Pubmed Data : J Med Food. 2010 Feb;13(1):6-12. PMID: 20136430
Study Type : In Vitro Study

Pubmed Data : Int J Oncol. 2011 Feb;38(2):437-45. Epub 2010 Dec 3. PMID: 21152855
Study Type : In Vitro Study

Pubmed Data : Chem Biol. 2004 Oct;11(10):1455-63. PMID: 15489172
Study Type : In Vitro Study
Additional Links

Pharmacological Actions : Cell cycle arrest : CK(390) : AC(319)

Pubmed Data : Carcinogenesis. 2004 Jul;25(7):1227-36. Epub 2004 Feb 19. PMID: 14976134
Study Type : In Vitro Study

Pubmed Data : ScientificWorldJournal. 2012 ;2012:372345. Epub 2012 Apr 29. PMID: 22649289
Study Type : In Vitro Study

Pubmed Data : Anticancer Res. 2003 May-Jun;23(3B):2355-61. PMID: 12894515
Study Type : In Vitro Study
Additional Links

Pharmacological Actions : Apoptotic : CK(1539) : AC(1155)
Additional Keywords : Plant Extracts : CK(3775) : AC(1248)

Pubmed Data : Cancer Genet Cytogenet. 2009 Apr 15 ;190(2):81-7. PMID: 19380024
Study Type : In Vitro Study

Pubmed Data : Nutr Cancer. 2010;62(7):947-57. PMID: 20924970
Study Type : In Vitro Study

Pubmed Data : Nutr Cancer. 2000;38(2):245-54. PMID: 11525603
Study Type : In Vitro Study

Pubmed Data : World J Gastroenterol. 2005 Sep 7;11(33):5156-61. PMID: 16127745
Study Type : In Vitro Study
Additional Links


Pubmed Data : Cancer Lett. 2009 Apr 8;276(1):74-80. Epub 2008 Dec 12. PMID: 19070422
Study Type : In Vitro Study

Pubmed Data : Fitoterapia. 2010 Sep;81(6):600-6. Epub 2010 Mar 20. PMID: 20227470
Study Type : In Vitro Study

Andrographis containsa compound which exhibits anti-invasive activity against colon cancer cells.

Pubmed Data : Planta Med. 2010 Jun 10. Epub 2010 Jun 10. PMID: 20539971
Study Type : In Vitro Study

Pubmed Data : Chem Biol Interact. 2008 Aug 11;174(3):201-10. Epub 2008 Jun 20. PMID:18619950
Study Type : In Vitro Study

Pubmed Data : J Ethnopharmacol. 2008 Jul 30. PMID: 18718517
Study Type : In Vitro Study
Additional Links


Pubmed Data : Nutr Cancer. 2011 Sep 2. Epub 2011 Sep 2. PMID: 21888504
Study Type : In Vitro Study

Pubmed Data : Biochem Biophys Res Commun. 2009 Oct 16;388(2):372-6. Epub 2009 Aug 8. PMID: 19666002
Study Type : In Vitro Study
Additional Links

Pharmacological Actions : Apoptotic : CK(1539) : AC(1155)
Additional Keywords : Proanthocyanidins : CK(159) : AC(46)

Pubmed Data : Planta Med. 1994 Oct;60(5):434-7. PMID: 7997472
Study Type : In Vitro Study

Pubmed Data : Int J Antimicrob Agents. 2008 Aug;32(2):174-9. Epub 2008 Jun 18. PMID:12502387
Study Type : In Vitro Study

Pubmed Data : J Med Food. 2007 Jun;10(2):258-65. PMID: 17651061
Study Type : In Vitro Study

Pubmed Data : Mol Cell Biochem. 2008 May;312(1-2):139-45. Epub 2008 Mar 10.v PMID:18327700
Study Type : In Vitro Study
Additional Links


Pubmed Data : Mol Cell Biochem. 2008 May;312(1-2):139-45. Epub 2008 Mar 10.v PMID:16131149
Study Type : In Vitro Study
Additional Links


Pubmed Data : J Agric Food Chem. 2006 Mar 22;54(6):2088-95. PMID: 16536580
Study Type : In Vitro Study

Pubmed Data : Zhong Yao Cai. 2004 Nov;27(11):848-50. PMID: 19019643
Study Type : In Vitro Study

Pubmed Data : Food Chem Toxicol. 2008 Apr;46(4):1389-97. Epub 2007 Sep 11. PMID: 17950517
Study Type : In Vitro Study
Additional Links

Substances : Carob : CK(14) : AC(4)

Pubmed Data : Clin Cancer Res. 2005 Sep 15;11(18):6738-44. PMID: 16166455
Study Type : In Vitro Study

Pubmed Data : J Neurochem. 2004 Apr;89(1):134-41. PMID: 19367670
Study Type : In Vitro Study

Pubmed Data : Clin Lab Sci. 2008 Summer;21(3):151-7. PMID: 18678136
Study Type : In Vitro Study

Pubmed Data : Bioorg Med Chem. 2008 Jun 1;16(11):5939-51. Epub 2008 Apr 27. PMID:18490169
Study Type : In Vitro Study
Additional Links


Pubmed Data : J Nutr. 2003 Aug;133(8):2675-81. PMID: 12888657
Study Type : In Vitro Study

Pubmed Data : J Nutr Biochem. 2006 Oct;17(10):697-706. Epub 2006 Jan 9. PMID: 18981586
Study Type : In Vitro Study

Pubmed Data : Di Yi Jun Yi Da Xue Xue Bao. 2005 Jan;25(1):48-52. PMID: 15683997
Study Type : In Vitro Study

Pubmed Data : Oncogene. 2002 Dec 5;21(55):8414-27. PMID: 12466962
Study Type : In Vitro Study

Pubmed Data : Zhongguo Zhen Jiu. 2005 Aug;25(8):549-50. PMID: 17583825
Study Type : In Vitro Study

Pubmed Data : Biochem Biophys Res Commun. 2008 Dec 26;377(4):1304-8. Epub 2008 Nov 10. PMID: 19000900
Study Type : In Vitro Study

Pubmed Data : Int J Cancer. 2011 Feb 15;128(4):951-61. PMID: 20473900
Study Type : In Vitro Study

Pubmed Data : J Carcinog. 2004 May 12;3(1):8. Epub 2004 Aug 12. PMID: 15140256
Study Type : In Vitro Study
Additional Links

Pharmacological Actions : Cell cycle arrest : CK(390) : AC(319)

Curcumin exhibits anti-cancer properties in gastric and colon cancer cells.

Pubmed Data : Anticancer Res. 2001 Mar-Apr;21(2A):873-8. PMID: 11396178
Study Type : In Vitro Study

Pubmed Data : Phytomedicine. 2000 Jul;7(4):303-8. PMID: 10969724
Study Type : In Vitro Study

Pubmed Data : Int J Radiat Oncol Biol Phys. 2009 Oct 1;75(2):534-42. PMID: 19735878
Study Type : In Vitro Study

Pubmed Data : Nutr Cancer. 1996;26(1):111-20. PMID: 8844727
Study Type : In Vitro Study

Pubmed Data : Carcinogenesis. 2006 Aug;27(8):1636-44. Epub 2006 Feb 25. PMID: 16501251
Study Type : In Vitro Study

Pubmed Data : J Zhejiang Univ Sci B. 2009 Feb;10(2):93-102. PMID: 19235267
Study Type : In Vitro Study

Pubmed Data : Anticancer Res. 2006 Nov-Dec;26(6B):4379-89. PMID: 17201158
Study Type : In Vitro Study
Additional Links

Pharmacological Actions : Apoptotic : CK(1539) : AC(1155)

Pubmed Data : Carcinogenesis. 2004 Nov;25(11):2183-9. Epub 2004 Jul 15. PMID: 15256484
Study Type : In Vitro Study

Pubmed Data : J Oral Maxillofac Surg. 2010 May;68(5):1158-61. PMID: 16302093
Study Type : In Vitro Study

Pubmed Data : Cancer Lett. 2010 Nov 1;297(1):1-8. Epub 2010 May 15. PMID: 20472336
Study Type : In Vitro Study

Pubmed Data : Anticancer Res. 2006 Mar-Apr;26(2A):1281-8. PMID: 16619535
Study Type : In Vitro Study

Pubmed Data : Maturitas. 2008 Feb 20;59(2):137-48. Epub 2008 Mar 4. PMID: 10625938
Study Type : In Vitro Study

Pubmed Data : Cancer Lett. 2001 Oct 30;172(2):111-8. PMID: 11566484
Study Type : In Vitro Study

Pubmed Data : Clin Cancer Res. 2006 Sep 15;12(18):5346-55. PMID: 17000667
Study Type : In Vitro Study

Pubmed Data : Oncogene. 2006 Jan 12;25(2):278-87. PMID: 16170359
Study Type : In Vitro Study

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Study Type : In Vitro Study

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Pharmacological Actions : Antineoplastic Agents : CK(877) : AC(496)

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Pharmacological Actions : Apoptotic : CK(1539) : AC(1155)
Additional Keywords : Muscadine Grape : CK(12) : AC(3)

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Pharmacological Actions : Chemopreventive : CK(1528) : AC(382)

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Study Type : Review

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Pharmacological Actions : Antiproliferative : CK(1061) : AC(775)

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Pharmacological Actions : Apoptotic : CK(1539) : AC(1155)

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Study Type : In Vitro Study
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Pharmacological Actions : Apoptotic : CK(1539) : AC(1155)
Additional Keywords : Plant Extracts : CK(3775) : AC(1248)

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Pharmacological Actions : Apoptotic : CK(1539) : AC(1155)
Additional Keywords : Plant Extracts : CK(3775) : AC(1248)

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The Top 12 Cancer-Causing products in the Average Home

Among many other cancer causing products commonly found in the home, this dirty dozen list has made it to the Hall of Shame. The Cancer Prevention Coalition (CPC) and Ralph Nader have released a “Dirty Dozen” list of consumer products used in most American homes, and manufactured by giant U.S. corporations.

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The “Dirty Dozen” products contain a wide-range of carcinogenic and other toxic ingredients and contaminants to which most of us are exposed daily.

COSMETICS AND PERSONAL CARE PRODUCTS

1) Talcum Powder- (Johnson & Johnson. Inc.)

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Labeled Toxic Ingredient:
TALC, Carcinogenic and a risk factor for ovarian cancer; lung irritant.

2) Cover Girl Replenishing Natural Finish Make Up (Foundation) (Procter & Gamble. Inc.)

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Labeled Toxic Ingredients
BHA, Carcinogenic.
TALC, Carcinogenic; Lung Irritant.
TRIETHANOLAMINE (TEA), Interacts with nitrites to form carcinogenic nitrosamines.
LANOLIN, Often contaminated with DDT and other carcinogenic pesticides.
PARABENS, Contact dermatitis.
FRAGRANCE, Wide range of unlabeled, untested, and toxic ingredients; contact dermatitis.

3) Crest Tartar Control Toothpaste – (Procter & Gamble. Inc.)

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Labeled Toxic Ingredients:
FD&C BLUE #1, Carcinogenic.
SACCHARIN, Carcinogenic.
FLUORIDE, Possibly carcinogenic.

4) Alberto VO5 Conditioner (Essence of Neutral Henna)

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Labeled Toxic Ingredients:
FORMALDEHYDE, Carcinogenic; neurotoxic; contact dermatitis and sensitizer.
POLYSORBATE 80, Generally contaminated with the carcinogen 1,4-dioxane.
FD&C RED #4, Carcinogenic.
FRAGRANCE, Wide range of undisclosed ingredients; contact dermatitis.

5) Clairol Nice ‘n Easy (Permanent Haircolor) (Clairol. Inc.)

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Labeled Toxic Ingredients:
QUATERNlUM-15, Formaldehyde-releaser; carcinogenic; neurotoxic; contact dermatitis and sensitizer.
DIETHANOLAMINE (DEA), Carcinogenic; also interacts with nitrites to form a carcinogenic nitrosamine.
PHENYLENE-DIAMINES, Includes carcinogens and other ingredients inadequately tested for carcinogenicity; contact dermatitis.
PROPYLENE GLYCOL, Contact dermatitis.
FRAGRANCE, Wide range of undisclosed ingredients; contact dermatitis.
NOTE: Also evidence of causal relation to non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, multiple myeloma and other cancers.

HOUSEHOLD PRODUCTS

6) Ajax Cleanser (Colgate-Palmolive. Inc.)

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Unlabeled Toxic Ingredients:
CRYSTALLINE SILICA, Carcinogenic; eye, skin and lung irritant.
NOTE: Carcinogenicity of silica is admitted in 1994 Material Safety and Data Sheet (MSDS).
(Manufacturer claims to have reduced silica levels since 1993.)

7) Zud Heavy Duty Cleanser (Reckitt & Colman. Inc.)

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Unlabeled Toxic Ingredient:
CRYSTALLINE SILICA, Carcinogenic; eye, skin and lung irritant. (Carcinogenicity is denied in Material Safety and Data Sheet.)

8) Lysol Disinfectant Spray (Reckitt & Colman. Inc.)

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Labeled or Unlabeled Toxic Ingredient:
ORTHOPHENYLPHENOL (OPP): Carcinogenic; irritant. (Carcinogenicity is denied in Material Safety and Data Sheet.)
See article on the truth about disinfectants and suggested alternatives!

9) Zodiac Cat & Dog Flea Collar (Sandoz Agro. Inc).

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Labeled Toxic Ingredient
PROPOXUR, Carcinogenic; neurotoxic.

10) Ortho Weed-B-Gon Lawn Weed Killer (Monsanto Co.)

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Labeled Toxic Ingredient
SODIUM 2,4-DICHLOROPHENOXYACETATE (2,4-D), Carcinogenic with evidence of casual relation to lymphoma, soft tissue sarcoma and other cancers ; neurotoxic; reproductive toxin.

FOOD

11) Beef Frankfurters – (eg. Oscar Mayer Foods Corporation)

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Unlabeled Toxic Ingredients
BENZENE HEXACHLORIDE, Carcinogenic.
DACTHAL, Carcinogenic (can be contaminated with dioxin); irritant; strong sensitizer.
DIELDRIN, Carcinogenic; xenoestrogen.
DDT, Carcinogenic; xenoestrogen.
HEPTACHLOR, Carcinogenic; neurotoxic; reproductive toxin; xenoestrogen.
HEXACHLOROBENZENE, Carcinogenic; neurotoxic; teratogenic.
LINDANE, Carcinogenic; neurotoxic; damage to blood forming cells.
HORMONES: Carcinogenic and feminizing.
ANTIBIOTICS: Some are carcinogenic, cause allergies and drug resistance.
Labeled Ingredient
NITRITE, Interacts with meat amines to form carcinogenic nitrosamines which are a major risk factor for childhood cancers.

12) Whole Milk – (eg. Borden or Lucerne)

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Unlabeled Toxic Ingredients
DDT, Carcinogenic; xenoestrogen.
DIELDRIN, Carcinogenic; xenoestrogen.
HEPTACHLOR, Carcinogenic; neurotoxic; reproductive toxin; xenoestrogen.
HEXACHLOROBENZENE, Carcinogenic; neurotoxic; reproductive toxin.
ANTIBIOTICS: Some are carcinogenic, cause allergies and drug resistance.
RECOMBINANT BOVINE GROWTH HORMONE and IGF-1: Also, risk factor for breast, colon and prostate cancers.
Safer Alternative:
Hemp, Almond or Coconut milk
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“What is particularly galling about the “Dirty Dozen”, emphasized Ralph Nader, “is that these toxic chemicals don’t have to be there. Yet these corporations continue to expose people to health hazards unnecessarily”.

Current product labeling provides no warning for cancer and other chronic health risks. Food is labeled for cholesterol, but not for carcinogens. Cosmetics are labeled for major ingredients, but not for those that form carcinogens or contain carcinogenic contaminants. Except for pesticides, household products contain no information on their ingredients.

Cancer rates are skyrocketing. Currently, more than one-third of all of us will develop cancer in our lifetime, and one-fourth will die from the disease. Many cancers are due to avoidable exposures to industrial carcinogens in the food we eat, and the cosmetics and household products we use.

For more information, see: Steinman, D. and Epstein, S.S.
The Safe Shopper’s Bible, Macmillan/IDG 1995, New York, NY (800-434-3422)
Epstein, S.S. The Politics of Cancer Revisited, East Ridge Press 1998, Hankins, NY (845-887-6467).

Read more on toxic products and ingredients found in home products and food.

Hopefully this has gotten the message across that just because these products sit on store shelves, do not guarantee it’s safe to use. These are 13 of the thousands of products that have not been tested alone or in conjunction. I would like to add one more to this product hall-of-shame.

13) Most Brand-Name Laundry Detergents

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These are commonly loaded with extremely toxic chemicals. Residues of these chemicals are left on your clothes and are absorbed by your skin and evaporated into the air where they could be breathed in. In a study conducted by Clemson University, 2% of a fabric’s weight comes from laundry detergent. It was found that this is equivalent to a full scoop of laundry detergent that is accumulated on the clothing wash after wash. And the skin absorbs 75% of what any fat soluble substances that are on the surface within 26 seconds, specially during perspiration. In addition to this, most consumers would be surprised to find that even ‘Green’ labeled detergents contain toxic ingredients. Read: The Truth About Laundry Detergents.

Hidden Toxic Ingredients
Linear alkyl sodium sulfonates (LAS) or ‘anionic surfactants’, carcinogenic, reproductive toxins
Petroleum Distillates, carcinogenic, cause lung damage, lung inflammation and damage to mucous membranes.
Phenols, toxic to central nervous system, heart, blood vessels, lungs and kidneys.
Sodium hypochlorite (household bleach): When it reacts with organic materials in the environment, carcinogenic and toxic compounds are created than can cause reproductive, endocrine and immune system disorders.

The Big “C” Word!

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Everyone I know of, with a few exceptions are terrified of being told by a traditional medical doctor that they have cancer. The biggest problem is by the time they hear the ‘C’ word it’s usually too late and death by acid or death by treatment is imminent. Many times those who we love and care about never have a fighting chance since this deadly acidic killer of the body fluids has been rotting or breaking down healthy tissues silently for years, with no signs or warning signals until it is too late.

Cancer can be likened to the acids of termites in the way that dietary and metabolic acids slowly and insidiously breakdown and rot your vital organs, bones and many times brain. Many of these acidic cancer victims are described by their friends and family as the ‘PICTURE OF HEALTH’. Your beautiful house looks good on the outside, all the while the acid spray from your lifestyle and diet have literally destroyed it’s very core and it’s now moments away from collapse.

Continue reading The Big “C” Word!