Alkaline terrain and cancer: How alkalinizing agents can reduce the risk of cancer The following paper is a paper that discusses the research of Dr Tullio Simoncini. This gentleman is an Italian researcher who has worked extensively on treating cancer by altering the acidity of the “terrain” within which the cancer resides. Put simply, Dr. Tullio Simoncini is firmly of the view that making an environment more alkaline, by reducing its acidity level, we can both reduce the chance of cancer metastasis but also bolster the chances of survival for anyone wracked by cancer. These next several pages will explore whether there is any credence to Dr. Simoncini’s claims and whether alkalinizing agents – like sodium bicarbonate – really can alter...The end:
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