Cancer Won’t Thrive in an Alkaline Body

communicating for health and wellness

by Aggie Perilli

This holiday season I am most grateful for my health, and the health of my family. Increasingly I hear that loved ones or their loved ones have cancer. Privately, I offer to send them information others have found healing. It’s the same information I offered my neighbor a few years ago, when she realized chemotherapy could be lethal for her.

Careful not to overstep healthful boundaries, I suggested my neighbor boost her body’s alkalinity.

She was unclear what I meant exactly.

I pointed to my vegetable garden to explain. Because my soil is acidic, I add agricultural lime to increase its alkalinity. When the pH of my soil is balanced, my vegetables thrive.

Comparably, cancer sometimes thrives in bodies that are acidic. Cancer won’t thrive when your body is alkaline.

I recommended my neighbor buy pH strips to discern her body’s pH balance. If she found her body acidic, she could ingest fewer acidic foods and beverages, such as red meat and coffee, and consume more fresh organic vegetables.

My neighbor replied she didn’t really like the taste of vegetables.

Jokingly, I suggested she try what my siblings and I had taught my cousin, Robert, when we were kids and he’d join our family for dinner. Like us, Robert had to stay seated at our dinner table until he ate his vegetables. We’d say, “Hold your nose, Robert, and you won’t taste anything!”

She laughed.

A more practical suggestion was that my neighbor buy a juicer. That would enable her to drink four of the average daily recommended five to nine vegetables at once.

One vegetable smoothie my nutritionist had recommended blends equal parts cucumber, celery, and sweet carrots with a piece of beet. Or she might want to sweeten three vegetables with a single fruit.

Listen To the Wisdom of Your Body

Personally, I need to limit myself to two servings of fruit or sweets daily. Over the years I’ve learned to read food labels to ensure my family’s organic bread, kefir, and other prepared foods contain approximately 20 grams of sugar or less.

If my energy wanes around 3 p.m., I consume a small handful of organic nuts. A protein snack can be reenergizing and help the body process sugar.

A few days after I spoke with my neighbor, I stopped by her house for a visit. Funnily, I found her in the kitchen holding her nose as she drank a vegetable smoothie!

Within weeks of consuming at least five vegetables daily, my neighbor became alkaline and her cancer symptoms subsided.

To boost your alkalinity more quickly, it sometimes helps to eat miso soup for breakfast. Or you can drink pure organic cranberry juice diluted with water.

Diaphragmatic Breathing Eases Pressure on Your Heart and Lungs

Equally restorative and transformative is the often overlooked healing power of diaphragmatic breathing. Through yoga and natural healing, I learned to breathe diaphragmatically as Dr. Phil Nuernberger of Strategic Intelligence Skills demonstrates and encourages here.

Shifting from shallow chest breathing to deep and even diaphragmatic breaths alleviates pressure on your heart and lungs. It also heightens relaxation, which can reduce stomach acid and enhance your body’s alkalinity.

Know that becoming alkaline isn’t always easy for everyone. A friend with breast cancer adopted an almost vegan diet and her body was still acidic! I referred her to a nutritionist who provides bioenergetic testing to determine whether she needed to detox. Additionally she may have ingested foods she needed to avoid or, then, was allergic to, avoided foods she needed, or both.

Computerized bioenergetic testing can safely and noninvasively eliminate guesswork related to medicines, nutritional supplements, diet, viruses, bacteria, parasites, pollutants, and more. Every body is unique and responds to medications and nutrition differently.

Bioenergetic Testing Eliminates Guesswork Presymptomatically

When my neighbor had bioenergetic testing, she learned the heart medication that worked well for her was adversely affecting her liver. To remedy this negative side effect, my neighbor was tested for a supplement that would counteractively strengthen her liver.

Then she was tested for her body’s response to the liver supplement taken with her heart medication and, also, with five complementary supplements she needed, including vitamin C, probiotics, and digestive enzymes.

My neighbor knew not to confuse her body and obstruct healing with too many even complementary medications or supplements at once.

Unlike my neighbor, my friend followed therapies that failed to work for her, and her health suffered.

Oncologists in Mexico and elsewhere offer non-toxic therapies that have helped even hard-to-treat pancreatic cancer patients live 30 years or longer. Independently research your options and be proactive about prevention.

Listen to the objective wisdom of your body. Indulge in what can be a delicious variety of at least five chemical- and GMO-free vegetables daily.

As my neighbor varied her vegetables and maintained her body’s alkalinity, she recovered her health and stayed vibrant and strong for years! AP

How do you stay healthfully alkaline?

Note: If you’ve found this post helpful, subscribe to my blog. It’s free! In upcoming posts, I’ll write more about how empathy and shared understanding inspire a world of difference. Meanwhile, stay alkaline and organic, and share this information with your contacts and friends. I look forward to connecting with you. Thank you!

Aggie Perilli is president of Aggie Perilli Communications International. APCI creates award-winning communications, marketing, and information awareness campaigns to help realize your vision while inspiring a world of difference.

Disclaimer: Aggie makes no claim to be a physician. She is in the business of communication and information awareness campaigns. The preventions and practices advocated in this article in no way constitute a replacement for medical advice, diagnoses, or treatment. Reliance on the information above is pursued at your own risk. This website and content are provided on an “as is” basis.

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