Dr. Mark Sircus, a physician in Brazil, explains why sodium bicarbonate (also called baking soda) is vital for any cancer patient. Since he put forth his findings, he has been thoroughly confirmed, although many allopathic oncologists fail to make use of this most basic knowledge.
[You can share this with your oncologist or do this at home.]
“In terms of importance, appropriate bicarbonate levels are just as crucial as hydration, getting enough oxygen, staying warm, maintaining healthy pH (high oxygen status) and optimal nutrition.
“Simple baking soda is the ideal medicine for mitigating radiation exposure. It helps clear the kidneys of uranium toxicity. It certainly has been used when chemotherapy is administered and during cardiac arrest. It is also the treatment of choice for fungal infections (the study). It is an excellent antiviral, pulling the rug out from under the little critters that are sensitive to pH changes. Most viruses are pH-sensitive.”
“I am not suggesting that anyone should follow Dr. Tullio Simoncini’s bicarbonate treatments administered intravenously. There is little flexibility in the blood for pH changes. Simoncini got into serious trouble for over alkalizing the blood of a patient, a condition that easily ends in death. Using oral and transdermal administration is preferable not only because of safety issues but also because one can get bicarbonate to all the cells in the body, which is impossible if one adds bicarbonate directly into the blood.”
Breakthrough Bicarbonate Cancer Research
Now we have more exciting reasons to focus on bicarbonate therapy for cancer.
A recent Ludwig Cancer Research study, led by Chi Van Dang, M.D., Ph.D., shows that, “ONLY cancer cells that remain active (awake and in sympathy with the tick-tock of their internal circadian mechanisms) are susceptible to cancer therapies.”
The study confirms that sodium bicarbonate awakens cancer cells that have gone to sleep deep inside tumors, where oxygen deprivation and acidic conditions dominate. By buffering against acidification, sodium bicarbonate restores circadian rhythm.
This is relevant because cancer researchers have long known that quiescent (sleeping) cells typically CANNOT be killed by chemotherapy. (source)
That something as simple as baking soda could render quiescent cancer cells susceptible to cancer therapies excites researchers. Thus it is time for mainstream oncologists to wake up to what medical science has to say about bicarbonates.
“The concept is so easy. It’s not some $100,000 per year drug. It’s literally just baking soda.” ~Chi Van Dang, M.D., PhD.
Cancer and pH: Sodium Bicarbonate Shrinks Tumors
Dr. Mark Sircus continues:
“Virtually every cancer patient will benefit from the use of sodium bicarbonate because it treats the low oxygen acid conditions universally found in cancer patients.
“Sodium bicarbonate (NaHCO3) shrinks tumors and has been found to reverse the pH of tumor micro-environment and inhibit the invasion, metastasis, immune evasion, drug resistance and hypoxia of tumor cells. (source)
And bicarbonate inhibits spontaneous metastases (Robey 2009).
“A hallmark of all tumors, regardless of their origin or background, is their acidic environment. In fact, tumor progression increased with an acidic pH,” writes Dr. Veronique Desaulniers.
“The results of this study suggests that tumor cells perform niche engineering by creating an acidic environment that is non-toxic to the malignant cells but promotes local invasion.” Tumor invasion DID NOT occur into regions with normal or near-normal pH.
“NaHCO3 therapy also reduced the rate of lymph node involvement and significantly reduced the formation of hepatic (liver) metastases.
Cancer, Infections and Baking Soda
Oncologist Dr. Tullio Simoncini was persecuted for his use of sodium bicarbonate for cancer patients because he pointed to the relationship between cancer and fungus. Cancer—always believed to be caused by genetic cell mutations—can in reality be caused by infections from viruses, bacteria, and fungi.
Dr. Andrew Dannenberg (in a speech at an international conference of the American Association for Cancer Research) stated: “I believe that, conservatively, 15 to 20% of all cancer is caused by infections.” It’s another reason to treat cancer with a bicarbonate, which has strong anti-infection effects.
There is just too much benefit and practically zero downside to bicarbonates. Bicarbonate has long been used in ICU, emergency departments and in ambulances. There is no reason it should not be employed for all cancer patients.
[The original article contains a much more technical discussion of bicarbonate therapy, circadian rhythm, and cancer than I’ve covered here.]
How To Monitor Your pH:
The most accurate way to check your pH is to check it first thing in the morning, upon arising. Before you brush your teeth or drink water, spit on a pH strip and record the reading. Urinate in a small cup and measure the pH of the urine.
Ideally, a healthy and balanced saliva pH should be between 7.0 to 7.5, and the urine should be between 6.4 – 6.8. (source)
Dr. Sircus recommends pH ADJUST which may be used to increase salivary and urinary pH; counteract overly acidic conditions in the digestive tract, blood, and kidneys. Each serving (about ¼ tsp) contains about 300 mg of bicarbonate, 260 mg of carbonate, 142 mg of potassium, 105 mg of magnesium, 48 mg of sodium, and 100 mg of glycine.
Measuring your pH is a very simple way of monitoring the internal dynamics of your health on a cellular level.
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