Cancer and Nutrition

Digestion plays a vital role in Cancer Survival

There are many forms of Cancer; one thing is common to all. Cancer cells cannot survive in an oxygen rich environment. Understanding Physiology of the human body is essential in understanding diseases and good health. The body produces HCL in the First Stage of Digestion. Hydrochloric Acid is essential in the Conversion, Absorption, and the elimination of Pathogens in the Nutrients we consume. Once the Acid in the stomach has done its job, it is buffered (neutralized), which makes the fluid, and Chyme, neutral. This occurs after emulsification, sterilization and conversion has been completed.
If there is excessive amounts of HCL produced in the stomach) that acid will enter the Digestive tract, and may cause excoriation of the Intestinal Mucosa, and Irritable Bowel. Not all of the acid is expelled from the body; some of it is stored in the extracellular matrix. As more and more acid is stored in the matrix, it will enter the cell structure causing an unbalance in the Blood pH and Cellular pH, making the body more acidic. Hypochlorhydria (the lack of HCL) has a similar effect, without the presence of HCL. Acidic foods like Coffee, Red Meat, Soda, Processed Sugar products, will enter the digestive tract without the benefit of conversion. These highly acidic foods have the same effect that high levels of HCL create. Cancer cells are anaerobic, which means that they derive their energy without needing oxygen.
Understanding Physics is important in understanding how the H2O in the body becomes Acidic. When H2O breaks down, it becomes H+ and OH-. When the fluid contains more H+ than OH- it is said to be acidic. When it contains more OH- than H+ then it is said to be alkaline. Acid will prevent oxygen from reaching the tissue, setting the stage for Cancer development. Alkaline fluids are just the opposite; they are rich in oxygen, and help supply the tissue with the necessary oxygen to maintain the proper pH Balance. Cancer needs an acid and low oxygen environment to survive and flourish in. Terminal Cancer Patients are almost 100 times more acidic than normal healthy people are. The vast majority of terminal Cancer Patients possess a very low body pH down toward the 4.0 pH range.