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This Is the Alkaline Diet Every Cancer Patient Needs to Know (Immediately!)

Written By Admin on Wednesday, January 11, 2017 | 4:53:00 AM

Therefore, it is of high importance to follow a healthy, alkaline diet in order to restore the balance in the body, accelerate healing, and support your well-being.
We provide some extremely useful information on how to restore the pH balance in the body and maintain an alkaline environment. The alkaline diet will help you fight inflammation and various other health conditions.

As the name itself suggests, an alkaline diet emphasized the intake of alkaline foods while reducing the intake of acidic food.
According to some people, the best would be to cut out acidic foods completely. The concept behind this suggests that since cancer cells die in an alkaline environment, the consumption of alkaline food will make it impossible for them to thrive.
Most acidic foods cause inflammation, which is regarded as one of the major causes of cancer.


An inflammatory response starts out when the damaged tissue releases chemicals. In this response, the white blood cells produce substances which divide the cells and cause them to grow in order to rebuild tissue and repair the injury. The inflammatory process ends once the wound is healed. Note that this applies to inflammatory processes in a healthy individual.
When it comes to chronic inflammation, the inflammatory process begins even when there is no injury whatsoever and it doesn’t end when it is supposed to end. It may be caused by abnormal reactions to normal tissues, infections, and conditions like obesity. Chronic inflammation may lead to DNA damage and cancer over time.


If diet is such a massive factor in whether or not a person develops cancer, the best way to prevent cancer also has to be about diet! Enter the alkaline diet. This method focuses on eliminating inflammation from the body, and allowing your cells to return to a balanced acid-base level. Once you’ve gotten rid of the inflammatory and acidogenic foods, here’s what you have to do:
Eat The Good Stuff:
  • Start with lots of veggies. And we mean lots. Try organic leafy green vegetables, herbs and spices, root vegetables, onions, garlic, leek and chives, broccoli, cauliflower and cabbages.
  • Add a small amount of whole fruits every day for necessary vitamins and minerals. Don’t eat more fruits than veggies, though, because of their high natural sugar content. You can snack on applesauce, figs, or pineapple if you have a sweet craving.
  • Load up on beans, lentils, peas, nuts, and seeds.
  • Limit yourself to 1 or 2 cups per day of non-gluten grains (like buckwheat or quinoa).
  • Enjoy 1 serving (2-4 oz) of clean fish, organic poultry or grass-fed meat, several times per week
Cook With The Good Stuff:
It’s important that you stick to only cold-pressed olive oil, coconut oil and avocado oil in your diet. Not only will this eliminate low-quality processed oils, but it allows you to benefit from the anti-inflammatory property of these good oils!
  • These oils are naturally anti-inflammatory, thus providing a healing benefit to inflamed and potentially cancerous body cells.
  • Coconut oil in particular is useful for people already diagnosed with cancer, and who have a compromised immune system. Coconut oil can provide antibacterial and anti-fungal effects which will help your body fight infections during your treatment of choice.