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No wastes or toxins can leave the body without first being combined with oxygen so if you are not getting enough O2 we become more toxic. The more toxins the less oxygen, the less oxygen the more acidity and the more toxicity builds up. 


It is widely accepted scientifically that a body with too many accumulated waste toxins and acids is unhealthy and often painful. As readily seen – and felt – an example of this is when we become sore after exercise. This soreness is entirely due to the over-accumulation of lactic acid in our muscles. It’s just waiting to be removed. In a few minutes, hours or days the body marshals its resources and buffers the lactic acid – and the soreness goes away. 


Cancer causes an over-accumulation of lactic acid around the cancer site that causes other nearby cells to become aberrated. Some remove this cascade of advancing acid-fueled cancers by increasing alkalinity and this is easily done with sodium bicarbonate. 


Warburg’s work clearly demonstrated that cancer is, fundamentally, a relatively simple disease where cell oxygen levels fall to a level sufficiently low enough for the cell to change in nature. Without a dependable supply of oxygen, the cells in our bodies cannot function properly. Nutrients in our diets must have oxygen present to convert their potential energy into usable energy. For new cells to be formed, hundreds of amino acids must link together using oxygen as the source of their energy.