I cannot imagine what people feel like when ‘Chemo or Radiation Day’ approaches. Towards the end of my last baking soda molasses solution, I started feeling a little overloaded. I was experiencing the sweats I felt the first time over two years ago, and like the ones Don described in his successful baking soda protocol. The […]

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1:00am in the morning. Yes in the morning almost 23 hours ago. What did I do? I checked URINE pH. Both the Stick and the Paper measured above 8.5 pH. 7:00am Saliva checking time. The Stick showed between 7.25 and 7.5. The Paper Strip read at 7.4. 7:30am Urine check again. pH on the Stick […]

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7:30am Good Morning! Noticed that I was a little headachey during some of my sleep and when I woke up. Did a little PTR Breathing and headache went away. Checked saliva pH. The Stix showed 7.25 and the paper strip showed 7.2. Thinking about upping the dosage of baking soda to 2 teaspoons twice a […]

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Vernon aka Vito on July 11th, 2010

Here is Donald J Porter’s Cancer Baking Soda Protocol he sent me. He used it to take on cancer and reclaim his health. You can see his introduction to this protocol at  http://phkillscancer.com/baking-soda/another-success-story-using-baking-soda-and-much-much-more Don also expressed the importance of Breathing, Alkaline Diet, and Exercise. He included the vitamins, minerals, and special foods took during his return to health protocol. […]

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Vernon aka Vito on July 5th, 2010

I don’t know about you, but those meds the doctors put me on some 2 plus years ago slowed me down and helped to pack on forty pounds. I lost quite a bit of it with the alkaline diet I put mySelf on. However, I really wanted to swim or do water aerobics. In Anza, […]

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