Acid-Base Under the Pole Light
Re: What’s the easiest way to spread a cancer?
Drink a lot of water.
Re: Curious. Can you elaborate? Due to NOT fasting/toxic water perhaps?
Alkalinity metastasizes cancer.
Land mammals are urioselic, not ammonioselic.
Drinking a quart of water of any kind (alkaline water, acidic water, clustered water, mineral water, oxygenated water, deuterium-depleted water, catalyst-altered water, bio-water, magnetic water, chlorinated water, fluoridated water, urine, rainwater, coffee, tea, milk, Pepsi-Cola, Coca-Cola, etc.) QUICKLY ALKALIZES the drinker of the water.
And, yes, I’m aware of the phosphoric acid in Pepsi-Cola and Coca-Cola.
The liquid is more powerful than the baggage it carries (within reason, of course).
Re: This doesn’t bode well for those of us who strive to drink “enough” water in a day.
Alkalinity only spreads cancer if you already have cancer.
Re: Is this your theory? Or is it backed by anything?
The truth is out there.
Some of that truth is in my e-book, Acidify or Die: The Myth of the Benefits of an Alkaline Diet.
I’ve been pursuing this subject since 1958, when I thought that measuring the pH of my urine and saliva told me something useful.
But every newbie has to start somewhere!
Re: I am 100% certain that any ill health effects that are spread by drinking water really would depend on what kind of water you are drinking.
I’m a Yes-No-Maybe guy, so 100% certainty gives me goose bumps.
Are you factoring in the median lethal dose of water?
Water will poison you before the coffee carried within it will.
Re: What is the easiest way to NOT spread a cancer?
Re: What about fatigue acids?
If you’re tired, you’re over-acidic.
If you can’t relax or sleep, you’re over-alkaline.
Re: Blood, urine, or gut?
Not pH — titratable acidity.
Not in the fluids — in the flesh.
Contemporary “pH tests” are like cooking a beef cut, and measuring the acid-base ratio of the fluids exiting the solid structure.
Doctors and patients are duped by this version of looking for the keys lost on the dark side of the road on the opposite side of the road under the pole light — a classic example of McLuhan’s principle of “When you’re looking for new answers to new questions, it is knowledge itself that blocks progress.”
Then there’s the question of hierarchic organization — biological entity.
Is “blood” red blood cells, serum, or plasma, or total?
Without a minimum of three readings for comparison, a “blood” test ranges between partial and meaningless.
The same goes for urine without knowing at least two other factors — surface tension and specific gravity.