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Post  sednet1 on Fri May 23, 2014 5:44 pm

There are no real medical precedents to draw upon when it comes to the use of
sodium bicarbonate; it is an obvious panacea. Its broad usefulness is so clear
and self-evident that virtually no research has sought to point out the obvious
nor attempt to expand upons its potentially unlimited value. Sodium bicarbonate
is simply and clearly that useful, safe and effective for ALL sickness and
dis-ease. It is a given.

But it now appears that much of the ongoing medical debate over its use has more
to do with human confusion, medical group-think, financially driven myopia, and
illogical thought processes than anything having to do with observable
phenomenon or simple reality. That is what sociologists, observers, and various
investigators appear to be discovering and increasingly reporting in the public
debate over the issue of universal health care.

People often work backwards from a firm conclusion to find supporting facts,
rather than letting evidence inform and direct their views. A totally rational
person would first lay out and then evaluate objectively the pros and cons of
sodium bicarbonate and its use in a cancerous protocol. But even the best
professionals become attached to their own self-serving beliefs and
self-protective egos. We humans often form emotional attachments that become
wrapped up in our image, reputation, personal identity and connecting beliefs
about medicine and health. This attachment often unfolds irrespective of the
facts of the matter. This pervasive, gut-level attachment then renders our
personal theories and subjective beliefs all that more potent and meaningful in
our minds than simple, pragmatic evidence and answers.

Thus, this same human condition renders many, scientists and non-scientists
alike, as vulnerable to a phenomenon of tightly grasping various beliefs, even
in the face of scientific evidence to the contrary. It then becomes an enormous
challenge including a test of personal courage and self-confidence to be able to
reevaluate one's own world views and medical belief system. Yet, in order to be
of service to humanity, practitioners must be able to effect such a process of
repositioning, even if we must reverse our own previously held thoughts,
beliefs, statements, writings, and positions.

Some of the greatest changes throughout history have occurred as a result of the
efforts of a single individual or very small groups. Humanity depends on very
few medical and science leaders to offer the latest and the best information.
Individual egos do get in the way, and some scientists, medical doctors,
university professors, and health politicians are known for their substantial
egos and scientific airs.

Regardless of what one's ego says, the scope of dietary and metabolic acids and
the comprehensiveness of the problems they usher into the world are vastly
important in science, medicine, health and prevention. Sadly, it will one day
be understood, in retrospect, that it was the affectively damaged,
intellectually deficient, or characteroloically irresponsible practitioners who
will have totally ignored the importance of acids as the cause of ALL sickness
and dis-ease. As German philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer reminded us, "There
are three steps in the reveleation of any Truth. In the first, it is ridiculed;
in the second, resisted, in the third, it is considered self evident."
Eventually, only those practitioners with their proverbial head-in-the-sand will
have ignored the reality of sodium bicarbonate's powerful action and how it
dramatically reestablishes the intracellular alkaline environment and its
miraculous efficacy wherein conditions are over-acidic and causing
sickness and dis-ease.

The action of sodium bicarbonate is, for all intents and purpose, instant and
effective in preventing and reversing a cancerous condition for many victims.
Most cancer sufferers are able to reverse their cancerous condition in 12 to 16
weeks, although, depending on previous treatment and certain constitutional or
bodily variables, some reversals may take up to 9 months. In the end, even the
most effective sodium bicarbonate application is not as powerful, and therefore
not a healthy alternative or substitute, as Dr. Young's pH Miracle alkaline diet
including pure, hydroxyl, ion-rich alkaline water.

Sodium bicarbonate--that simple white stuff called baking soda--can be purchased
in any supermarket in the world and is a world class anti-bacterial and
anti-fungal with no known negative side-effects. If one needs to "punch in the
face" a late stage outfection of any kind, simply use sodium bicarbonate. If a
person wants to eliminate bacteria, yeast or mold colonies in the blood or
tissues, baking soda should be a number one choice. Dr. Young explains, "sodium
bicarbonate can be used like a fire extinguisher spraying the tissues with
alkalinity and preventing or reversing latent tissue acidosis. It can be used
orally and/or transdermally to reach all parts of the body through systemic
effect via the blood."

Medical researchers such as Dr. Tullio Simoncini and Dr. Robert O. Young have
identified the alkaline substances uniquely able to penetrate the volumetric
acidic cancerous tissues, such as sodium bicarbonate, magnesium bicarbonate,
potassium bicarbonate and calcium bicarbonate. These elements are manufactured
in the body to prevent acidic build-up and to maintain the alkaline design of
the body. When the body is perfectly balanced and slightly alkaline, we are
healthy, strong and happy.

Sodium, potassium, magnesium and calcium bicarbonate, when used in conjunction
with other equally safe substances, can form the basis for a natural
chemotherapy, which has proven to be greatly more effective then significantly
more toxic and acidic interventions. Most people are all too aware of the
horrors that await those who travel down the road of chemotherapy, surgery and
radiation. The question becomes: Why travel down these pits to bodily suffering
and devastation when safer, vastly more affordable, natural, and highly
effective answers like sodium, magnesium, potassium and calcium bicarbonate are
so readily available?

Special Note: Dr. Young suggests using a combination of four powerful cell
salts of sodium, magnesium, potassium and calcium bicarbonate which are
available under the name of pHour Salts.

Special Recommendation: Dr. Young also suggests sodium and potassium
bicarbonate use for anyone undergoing cardiac angiography, CT (computed
tomography) or MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) to protect their kidneys. The
incidence of medical imaging has soared over the last few years across all types
of tests. Doctors have long known that exposure to contrast agents can cause
damage in seemingly healthy kidneys. The Clinical Journal of the American
Society of Nephrology warns that kidney damage or injury can arise after
undergoing certain common medical imaging procedures and poses a serious health

A meta-analysis of 17 randomised controlled trials has shown that pre-procedural
treatment with sodium bicarbonate-based hydration is the best strategy to
prevent contrast-induced nephropathy (CIN). 12

Many medical imaging techniques, including cardiac angiography and CT scans,
often involve the use of contrast agents, substances that contain iopamidol,
iodixanol and barium with their own toxic downside. Dr. Solomon found that 31
percent of research subjects experienced negative health effects after imaging
test. Overall, 13 percent of patients experienced a major event, such as death,
stroke, heart attack, or end-stage renal disease. Those who developed
contrast-induced kidney injuries had twice as many long-term negative health
effects as compared with patients who did not suffer kidney damage. No doubt
much of this harm can be avoided if sodium bicarbonate is used appropriately.

1. Ralph Moss is an independent journalistic researcher who has been
investigating and writing about promising cancer treatments since 1974. Click to
read Ralph Moss's biography . Formerly science writer and assistant director of
public affairs at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, NY, he is "probably
the most knowledgeable writer in the world on alternative therapies for cancer,"
according to Julian Whitaker, MD in his Health and Healing newsletter. You can
learn more about Ralph Moss by clicking to "What Experts Say." You can also find
out what cancer patients say about his service by clicking to "What Clients
Say." Click here to view our prestigious Scientific Advisory Board.

2. Gamba, G., "Bicarbonate therapy in severe diabetic ketoacidosis. A double
blind, randomized, placebo controlled trial." (Rev Invest Clin 1991
Jul-Sep;43(3):234-Cool. Miyares Gom ez A. in "Diabetic ketoacidosis in childhood:
the first day of treatment." (An Esp Pediatr 1989 Apr;30(4):279-83)

3. Levy, M.M., "An evidence-based evaluation of the use of sodium bicarbonate
during cardiopulmonary resuscitation." (Crit Care Clin 1998 Jul;14(3):457-83).
Vukmir, R.B., Sodium bicarbonate in cardiac arrest: a reappraisal (Am J Emerg
Med 1996 Mar;14(2):192-206). Bar-Joseph, G., "Clinical use of sodium bicarbonate
during cardiopulmonary resuscitation--is it used sensibly?" (Resuscitation 2002

4. Zhang. L., "Perhydrit and bicarbonate improve maternal gases and acid-base
status during the second stage of labor." Department of Obstetrics and
Gynecology, Xiangya Hospital, Hunan Medical University, Changsha 410008. Maeda,
Y., "Perioperative administration of bicarbonated solution to a patient with
mitochondrial encephalomyopathy." (Masui 2001 Mar;50(3):299-303).

5. Avdic. E., "Bicarbonate versus acetate hemodialysis: effects on the acid-base
status." (Med Arh 2001;55(4):231-3).

6. Feriani, M., "Randomized long-term evaluation of bicarbonate-buffered CAPD
solution." (Kidney Int 1998 Nov;54(5):1731-Cool.

7. Vrijlandt, P.J., odium bicarbonate infusion for intoxication with tricyclic
antidepressives: recommended inspite of lack of scientific evidence” Ned
Tijdschr Geneeskd 2001 Sep 1;145(35):1686-9). Knudsen, K., “Epinephrine and
sodium bicarbonate independently and additively increase survival in
experimental amitriptyline poisoning." (Crit Car e Med 1997 Apr;25(4):669-74).

8. Silomon, M., "Effect of sodium bicarbonate infusion on hepatocyte Ca2+
overload during resuscitation from hemorrhagic shock." (Resuscitation 1998
Apr;37(1):27-32). Mariano, F., "Insufficient correction of blood bicarbonate
levels in biguanide lactic acidosis treated with CVVH and bicarbonate
replacement fluids." (Minerva Urol Nefrol 1997 Sep;49(3):133-6).

9. Dement'eva, I.I., "Calculation of the dose of sodium bicarbonate in the
treatment of metabolic acidosis in surgery with and deep hypothermic circulatory
arresta." (Anesteziol Reanimatol 1997 Sep-Oct;(5):42-4).

10. "I believe that, conservatively, 15 to 20 percent of all cancer is caused
by infections; however, the number could be larger -- maybe double," (Dr.
Andrew Dannenberg, Director of the Cancer Center at New York-Presbyterian
Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center.") Dr. Dannennberg made the remarks in a
speech in December 2007 at the annual international conference of the American
Association for Cancer Research.1 And if omitting infections as a cause of
cancer is not bad enough nowhere in Watson's article do we see mention of:

11. A sexually transmitted virus that causes cervical cancer is also to blame
for half of all cases of cancer of the penis

In Love and Healing Light,

Robert O. Young, Ph.D., D.Sc.

Founder of 'THE NEW BIOLOGY' ®️
LIVING'™️ for Health.

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