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Friday, October 11, 2019

The Truth About Cancer Featuring: LIVE from The Speaker Mix & Mingle At TTAC Live 2019 and Why Cancer is Actually Promoted By The Consumption of Acidic Food

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Why Cancer is Actually Promoted By The Consumption of Acidic Food


By: Alan Wighton

Cancer has many causes but the main one is the food we eat everyday. Many years ago we were all consuming a diet of mainly alkaline food but today that has changed and so has the rate of cancer. Unfortunately most doctors won’t inform you on the correct food to stay free of cancer and more importantly what to eat to assist the body to remove it naturally.




The foods we eat these days contain both acid and alkalinizing forming elements. A diet of mainly acid forming food can contribute to an onset of cancer and the typical western diet or the standard American diet nowadays is mostly acidic. If you are fighting cancer you need to balance the body's pH level because cancer will thrive in an acidic environment whereas an alkaline environment will remove cancer.

We are seeing more cancer today than ever before and it’s because of the typical western diet is far too high in acid producing foods such as animal products which include dairy products. Also it’s far too low in the foods we use to eat like freshly grown fruit and vegetables so the simple solution is to correct an overly acidic body by make some dietary changes.

The alkaline acid ratio is measured on the pH scale which ranges from 0 to 14 with 7 being neutral. The lower end of the scale which is from 0 to 7 being acidic and anything between 7 to 14 being more alkaline. The easiest way to find out what foods are either alkaline or acid is to look on the internet as there are plenty of sites with easy to read and valuable information.

While a diagnosis of cancer may have other contributing factors the food we eat now is the main one. Many years ago before we had supermarkets we were eating a healthier diet but now because of processed foods and the popularity of fast food outlets our diets have changed. A diet of food from an acidic range is causing many health problems now and cancer is just one of them.

For instance many of our foods are refined and most of our breads and other baking are made from refined white flour. Some other examples of acid forming foods are; pasta, cheese, ice cream and butter, jams and jellies, alcohol and soft drinks. All acid forming foods are not necessary bad, it’s just our diet is out of balance and if you are dealing with any serious health problem it’s essential to look carefully at what you are eating.

Some of the alkaline foods are; fresh fruit and nearly all freshly grown vegetables. Also consuming, nuts, seeds, grains and legumes are all alkaline foods. It’s important to remember that the changes you make to a more alkaline diet have many health benefits including removing cancer naturally.

While cancer has some other contributing factors the most influential cause is what we eat everyday because our health is directly related to our dietary choices. Our diet has changed over the last 50 to 60 years and most of what we eat now is available in supermarkets and supermarkets have an overwhelming influence on what we now buy. Much of what’s available in supermarkets is processed and because of it, this food is low in nutritional value and that is without question the reason why there is so much cancer now.

It makes a lot of sense if you are dealing with cancer that the first and the most important change you make is with the food you eat and that you select from a more alkaline range. Also make sure it’s fresh and that it has had minimal interference by man.

 Alan Wighton is an experienced natural therapist specializing in nutrition.

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