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  • Carole Huet // Feb 15, 2011 at 10:27 PM

    Very good comments, thanks…I am trying to have less beef and pork, but my husband misses it….

    He eats a lot of fruits and vegetables, much more fruit than I. We are starting with one meatless dinner a week…

    Carole Huet

  • Seth Jared // Feb 19, 2011 at 12:28 PM

    Hi Mun,

    Very thorough analysis! The one point on which I would like to comment is is the acidity/alkilinity issue. First off, I think it’s amazing the Hopkins people acknowledge the link between acidity and cancer. Prevention will ultimately turn out to be the cure in the future.

    The level of acidity in our modern diet is off the charts. I never cared much about this stuff or believed it until I tried Alkalized Water. I recommend you google alkalized water in your area, someone who has a Kangen unit or another good machine that brings the ph up to 8 or 9. Or even go to whole foods, they are starting to carry it there. You can literally taste the difference. When I started drinking high ph water, my indigestion went down and I noticed a general overall difference in how I felt. This isn’t the same as a randomized study, but intuitively I could just tell there is something to this. I still drink regular water but also drink high ph water daily.

    Clearly, these guys have been studying this stuff intensely for years, and I would take their findings over some of the other random literature out there. But I definitely recommend to try drinking some high ph water yourself and see what you think.

    Another interesting that is that in China cancer is virtually nil. One eerie fact: they don’t drink milk! And they consider it to be a “cancer” food. Not necessarily for reasons of mucus as the email suggests. But it is interesting that humans drink the milk of another animal. I think we should study the Chinese lifestyle to see why they get cancer less than we do.

    But that’s for another discussion.

    For now, keep up the good work!


  • simone // Feb 24, 2011 at 10:44 AM

    hi mun,

    nice work!
    when I receive the email, I try to search if it comes from a reliable source, and I found out some web simply copy it to his blog without checking!
    what will happen if a cancer patient just follows what it says.(my friend is suffering cancer at the moment.)


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