Cancer and pH levels

Did you know cancer is virtually unknown to the Hopi Indians of Arizona and the Hunza of Northern Pakistan, so long as they stay in the same environment? This strongly suggests something they are consuming is protecting them from cancer. The only significant difference is their water supply. The Hopi water is rich in rubidium and potassium, and the Hunza water is rich in cesium and potassium, making both water supplies rich with very caustically active metals. These minerals raise the pH levels in their bodies to 8.5, which is far above the normal 7.4 range. Cancer cells cannot survive in an alkaline environment, but thrive in an acidic environment, which is found in people that have developed cancer.
(Barefoot, Robert. The Calcium Factor. Deonna Enterprises, 2002)

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