Cure for Cancer

 Cure for cancer?

Over 80 years ago, in 1931, Otto Warburg was awarded the Nobel prize for his discovery that cancer is caused by weakened cell respiration due to lack of oxygen at the cellular level.

According to Warburg, damaged cell respiration causes fermentation. Fermentation produces acids like lactic acid and lowers the cell pH levels of in the body to acidic levels. An acidic intra and extracellular environment destroys the ability of DNA and RNA to control cell division and allows cancerous cells to multiply. Dr. Warburg stated:

nobody today can say that one does not know what cancer and its prime cause is. On the contrary, there is no disease whose prime cause is better known, so that today ignorance is no longer an excuse.”

Since cancer cannot survive in an oxygenated, alkaline environment, the cure to cancer is to oxygenate the body, detoxify, and alkalize!

That’s it. Piece of cake. No cutting or splicing of the human body, no chemo, no terror, no hair loss, no funerals… nada. Though the best cure for cancer is the prevention of it in the first place, cancer has been proven to be reversible.

So how do we alkalize?
By keeping a pure, oxygenated environment wherein little to no fermentation takes place. In other words: eat pure, unrefined foods, breathe deeply, be stress-free, and do aerobic exercise daily. Anaerobic (“without air/oxygen”) exercise causes fermentation in the body. Though it is vital to get the heart pumping and your pulse to raise, be careful about doing too much anaerobic exercise because it stresses the body and creates an acidic environment.

Acid/Alkaline Food Chart:

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Doing yoga, breathing deeply, meditating, laughing, singing, and eating foods that are alkalizing/oxygenating (both words are pretty much synonymous) all contribute to an alkalized pH. Even thinking happy, positive thoughts has been shown to alleviate stress, and thereby reduce the amount of cellular fermentation. 

Some cool facts

>>We gain weight only when the body is toxic and cannot take out the trash. When our bodies are not able to output the same amount of toxins we input they become toxic/acidic. If you are not excreting the same amount of toxins you eat, put on your skin, or breathe in the air–you are creating cancerous conditions inside your body.

>>You sweat daily and have at the VERY LEAST 1 full and complete bowel movement every day. (Your output of toxins should be equal to your input in order to keep your cells oxygenated and your blood at 7.3-7.4 [slightly alkaline.])

>>Since most Americans do not output the same amount of matter that they input into their bodies it explains why so many people diet but do not lose weight. The body creates fat cells to store acid and other toxins. For instance, almonds have 79% fat, whereas pork only has 58%. The difference between the two is that pork, as with all meats, is literally dead. When anything is in a state of death or decay it holds an acidifying effect on its environment as it breaks down. Pork in particular is at 3 (or lower) on the pH scale, whereas almonds are at 8.

>>Acidifying factors include hearing, thinking, or saying harsh/bitter/angry words; being in a traffic jam; feeling jealous or vengeful; over working; over-exercising; eating acidifying foods; inhaling, or being exposed to acidifying chemicals; and using electronics for too long (tvs, radios, computers, phones etc). This basically includes anything that reduces the amount of oxygen being delivered to the body (especially being in a stressful or fearful situation–wherein humans subconsciously begin to breath shallowly).

>>Alkalizing factors include drinking fresh, pure water; breathing deeply; smiling or laughing; eating dark, leafy greens; eating citrus fruits; being in nature, singing or listening to/playing music, and thinking positive thoughts.

In text:

Eating Raw-Vegan Foods in College

Reference List:

Green for Life, by Victoria Boutenko; Biology textbook (Essential Biology, by Simon et al);

Otto Warburg’s Speeches


  1. This is a very interesting post. I always knew that lifestyle played a roll in cancer, but I didn’t know the specifics. Thank you for sharing.

  2. Very interesting. I definitely need to make some changes.

  3. I definitely need to make some changes, too! Very interesting article!

  4. That’s definitely something to think about. I’m slowly trying to eat better.

  5. I’ve known this for awhile. There are many ways to ‘cure’ cancer naturally. I love that you are sharing this with others. I truly hope this post helps someone!

  6. Thank you for sharing. I will share- valuable information.

  7. This is fascinating! All of it is really good info. But how do genes play into all of this? I know people are more susceptible if cancer is in their families, but I just wonder how it all relates!

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