Cancer cells thrive in an acidic environment so it is vital to keep the body alkaline. One of the easiest way to do this is by drinking lemon juice with baking soda. Get some ph strips and test your alkalinity. Avoid food that makes you acidic like coffee, meat, and dairy. A ph of 7.0 is neutral, below is acidic, and above is alkaline. The human blood is slightly alkaline at 7.35 - 7.45. When you are acidic, the body will try and compensate by using alkaline minerals, and if your diet doesn't contain enough, a build up of acids in the cells will occur. Acidosis decreases the body's ability to produce energy, repair damaged cells and detoxify. When you're acidic you are more susceptible to disease and illness. If you're generally healthy, aim for 60% alkaline forming foods but when you are trying to restore health, it should be 80%. Here's a link to a list of alkaline and acidic food. I make my alkaline drink by juicing one organic lemon, then adding 5ml. of aluminium free baking soda. Make this in a tall glass, as it will fizz. Wait till the bubbles relaxes then add about a cup of warm water. Drink first thing in the morning on an empty stomach. Drink for two weeks then take two weeks break and so on. It tastes like a salty fizzy lemonade. Lemon juice is acidic but it produces an alkaline environment in your body when metabolised. Sodium Bicarbonate is alkaline and remains so in your body. I have read of cancers getting cured on this protocol alone, or on just the lemon juice and baking soda drink. For some Cancer patients, they were just acidic and switching their diet to include alkaline food and drinking this concoction was all they needed. They mix 3 parts maple syrup to 1 part baking soda, heat it up on low for 5-10 minutes and consume 3 tsp. a day for 1-2 months. It's like a trojan horse, the cancer cells will go to the maple syrup because of the sugar, and the baking soda will kill it. More on that protocol here. Baking Soda is also effective in delivering oxygen through your skin when you bathe, I mix in 1-2 cups of baking soda in my bath, about twice a week.