In vitro tests have shown cancer cells flourish in acidic and oxygen-free environments. The first person to describe the connection between the acidic environment and cancer cell growth was Dr. Otto Warburg (Nobel Prize winner in physiology in 1931).

He explained that the growth of cancer cells is triggered in the absence of oxygen, and as a result of sugar fermentation. Cancer cells need a pH between 6.5 and 7.5 in order to maintain effective metabolism.

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Since they have a small tolerance for change, it was suggested that if we raise the blood’s pH, we will effectively target the cancer cell’s cycle, stop its growth and cause it to die. We can do this by making our body more alkaline.

Alkalizing the body with baking soda and lemons

Sodium bi-carbonate (baking soda) alkalizes the area around the tumour and prevents development of metastasis in mice with breast cancer. Lemons can also help in balancing the body’s pH. They have an alkaline effect on the body, despite their acidity. They contain limonoides which have anti-cancerous properties, and are also rich in vitamin C which destroys the free radicals that damage our cells. Lemons also act as an anti-microbial.

The combination of baking soda and lemons can be a potentially powerful anti-cancer mixture. Furthermore, this method destroys only cancer cells, and not healthy cells. You can prepare yourself a drink by mixing a glass of water with half a lemon and half a teaspoon of baking soda. You can drink this between meals, as if taken with food, which will reduce the effectiveness of the stomach’s acid and compromise digestion.

Source: healthyandnaturalworld.com

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In vitro tests have shown cancer cells flourish in acidic and oxygen-free environments. The first person to describe the connection between the acidic environment and cancer cell growth was Dr. Otto Warburg (Nobel Prize winner in physiology in 1931). He explained that the growth of cancer cells is triggered in...