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The Remedy


The Remedy


MAN will continue to cook his meats, vegetables, etc., and deprive them of their protective acid-radicals-his palate will continue to override his fears of morbidity and even of that of mortality by the tragic doorway of cancer.

Without blood carbonates the local formation of the caustic cause of cancer cell evolution and growth cannot occur. Cancer is an effect and can only be present as a sequence of its cause. When there is no blood carbonate excess through free phosphorus deficiency there can be no cancer. There can be no blood carbonate excess unless there is deficiency of the protective “acid-radicals of free chlorine and phosphorus. Therefore as a prophylactic against carbonate excess in the blood with its tragic cancer sequelae, if man must serve his palate inspite of scientific knowledge, he must with every phosphorus and chlorine-deficient meal of cooked foods give his body the protective acid- radicals which the preparation of his food has removed. This will protect him against carbonate excess in the blood, but continuance of the “Sodium habit”, even though sodium carbonates are not formed but sodium phosphates are in the blood, must unbalance the chemist of the tissue fluids-must remove the essential calcium for cardiac and intestinal muscular function’ It is these dysfunctions more especially of the myocardium which are the tragedy of the “Sodium habit”-because even if in blood carbonate excess with deposition, caustic formation and cancer evolution do or do not occur-the fatal result is from cardiac failure.

Cancer of the breast, uterus, rectum, etc., although blamed for mortality, are rarely in themselves fatal lesions. Death occurs when they are present, when there is no possible chance of them being the direct cause of mortality, because the blood sodium-carbonate chemical condition, with the blood unbalance it causes, not only affects through carbonate deposition some local tissue site with the formation of a cancer growth, but produces fatal dysfunctioning of vital organs such as the cardiac musculature.

Generally the medical man is blind by the presence of a cancer growth to the constitutional blood chemical condition which has produced constitutional dysfunctions which are-and not the cancer growth-the cause of death.