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I have Retroperitoneal Fibrosis. With this condition there is an increased chance of cancer. After treatment there was no cancer so I needed to remove the possibility in the future. Since Cancer can not live in an alkaline body, did research on creating an alkaline body. I found 2 choices. Drinking apple cider vinegar or taking 1000mg Oyster Shell Calcium with D tabs crushed up in my daily dr...

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rz66rz | 45-54 | Male | On medication for 1 to 6 months | Patient
1/4/2014
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I have Retroperitoneal Fibrosis. With this condition there is an increased chance of cancer. After treatment there was no cancer so I needed to remove the possibility in the future. Since Cancer can not live in an alkaline body, did research on creating an alkaline body. I found 2 choices. Drinking apple cider vinegar or taking 1000mg Oyster Shell Calcium with D tabs crushed up in my daily drink. I would have opted for vinegar if I had Hypercalcemia (when your body stores too much calcium - can cause kidney stones). But my doctor said, I do not. So, over a 3 month time period I took 1000mg tabs crushed up and it increased my alkaline level severely. It not only made my body very alkaline, this made my entire body feel great! I have no more achy joints, I'm not as hungry (lost 15 lbs), and I just feel great!! Plus, I no longer worry about cancer because cancer and other bad things can not survive in an alkaline body. Yippee!!!

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