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Alkalizing Nutritional Therapy For Any Cancerous Condition: How It Works



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.


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


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]



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)



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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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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