Re: Baking soda in water...Good idea? I feel sick...
Date: 5/7/2011 12:29:43 PM ( 6y ago ) Hits:13495 Status:R [Message recommended by a moderator!]
Gees! Dude! Got to get an eight hour a day job. Your dissertations are rambling, miss the topics, use a lot of theory, hearsay, personal beliefs. True you back up some stuff with actual data but doesn't negate the other issues.
With respect to cancer and MS and Lou Gherigs disease your comments about "DANGEROUS" alkalinity is absolutely irresponsible.
How many times do I have to point out to you that nothing here on Curezone is as dangerous as cancer. That seems to be a point you haven't yet taken into account. Scaring people away from therapies is inhumane, they are already scared and dont need you saying how dangerous something is that is being used in every country in the world.
Product warnings and caution statements should be softened, professional, politically correct.
I don't endorse baking soda, however, i have clients who take it, are monitored and doing better. Is it the baking soda or is it something else making them improve,...I don't know for sure.
Besides, alkalinity is not so much about Ph, as it is about mineral salts keeping membrane polarity from changing and repelling oxygen. Sodium does this poorly which is why I encourage heavier salts over baking soda.
Inflamed membranes don't absorb oxygen as well, so having heavy minerals in good supply raises that absorbtion, called the Warburg Effect.
Tissue hypoxia and acidosis causes mutations in DNA.
I have a cancer patient who saliva ph is 9.0 and his markers are dramatically reversing. His pain is improved, his last pet scan showed layering which indicated cancer was stressed out. His alkaline therapy has been going for 90 days now. Perhaps you would think it would be of service to tell him how dangerous his cesium IV is? I know what he would tell you! I know where he would tell you to go.
So food for thought!
If you are trying to win clients, sell something, less is more!
Disagreeing with someone else doesn't make you an expert in patient's eyes, it only makes them confused and you serve the role as messenger of that confusion.
Don't get defensive and use insults, it reflects poorly on Curezone and yourself.
Don't feel the need to argue every single point, a simple research link can do the job.
We should all be united in this regard. Chronic diseases are a curse of the devil. United we stand and divided we,...uh,...well you know!
Good luck! Use your knowledge, put your ego away. Welcome back.