China Central Television leading news anchorman LUO Jing passed away on June 5, 2009 at age 48. A popular and likable broadcaster, he was diagnosed as lymphoma 9 months ago and was hospitalized to receive medical treatment. The doctors could not save his life.
No doubt the doctors did their best. But the current medical treatment for cancer is harmful to the patient’s immune system which is actually the only hope for recovery, especially for lymphoma. Somehow I believe Luo Jing may not even have a chance to try the alternative method to boost up the immune system.
However, cancer/lymphoma are preventable. Lymphoma can be easily overlooked among people 45-60 years old. Some of the early symptoms are simply feeling tired or having flue-like symptoms. Actually these are also the symptoms of acidic body environment which is the basic condition to form illness. By changing this condition, making the body environment alkaline we will be able to prevent cancer/lymphoma or all kind of illness to form.
How can we make our body environment alkaline? Human body has a narrow range pH level of 7.35-7.45 which is slightly alkaline. As we are facing fast pace and stressful work place, polluted environment, over chemical-used agriculture, overwhelmed electronic device, refined processed food, etc., they all make our body acidic. To restore the pH level to our natural balance, I suggested the following five steps in my 9/19/2008 blog:
1. Be happy (Sad tears are acidic and toxic)
2. Eat alkaline food as much as possible (vegetables and fruit are alkaline)
3. Drink alkaline juice: BarleyLife® and LeafGreens®
4. Drink alkaline water: ABOVA® ORP Water
5. Do Tai Chi and QiGong every day
If you have followed these steps, you probably already experienced being less stressful, more productive, happier, and have more energy.
We don’t have to be sick. We can prevent it. Even if the doctor told you that you have 6 months to live, or you have 50/50 chance, you can take control of your own health by changing your body environment alkaline.
Friday, June 12, 2009
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