Thousands of people claim they were cured of Cancer by using Alkaline therepy and do you think this Doctor is just plain LYING when he says all these people were cured....isn't this worth investigating?
Yes, the doctor is just plain lying when he says thousands of people were cured by cancer by using alkaline therapy. No, it isn't worth investigating - scientific studies prove or disprove claims; not everyday people that have no medical training.
Not everybody tells the truth. People lie to sell books. People lie to get fame. People lie in business to make more money. It happens all the time, witness007. And all these silly theories.... You could spend an entire lifetime investigating this nonsense and get nowhere.
If I had cancer, would I try the therapy? Well, maybe I would investigate it, and if there were seperate accounts and I found there was an outside chance of it working.... yes! I would try it out of desperation. Who wouldn't?
Do grapes cure cancer? I'm sure there is some substrate in grapes that is beneficial to fighting cancer, just like there is in wheatgrass, vegetables, etc. etc. etc. etc. Eat properly is pretty much all a person can do in everyday life. And I sure as hell DON'T eat at McDonald's. Not ever. To those that do.... BLEAH!
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This whole health nut craze makes me laugh, too. If something is found to be good for you, i.e. vitamin A, people cram that stuff into they're body like madmen. Nobody thinks that too much of a good thing is bad for you! Too many grapes are bad for you... too much meat is bad for you... too much starches (carbohydrates) are bad for you... and likewise, tooo little is bad for you...
Eat properly - take vitamins if you don't eat properly, but don't take them because they're good for you! Need vitamin C? Have a fresh-squeezed glass of orange juice. It's 10X better than a pill, and gets absorbed better than pills (most times). Need vitamin D? Go outside in THE SUN! Better yet, have a glass of orange juice on your deck in the sun.