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toxin neutralization-Kangenwater.tech

Toxin Neutralization

Prof.Kuwata Keijiroo. Doctor of Medicine “In my opinion, the wonder of antioxidant water is the ability to neutralize toxins; but it is not a medicine. The difference is that medicine can only apply to individual cases, whereas the antioxidant water can be consumed generally, and its neutralizing power is something that is very much unexpected. Now, in brief, let me introduce to you a heart disease case and how it was cured. The patient was a 35-year-old male suffering from vascular heart disease. For 5 years, his sickness deteriorated. He was in the Setagays Government Hospital for treatment. During those 5 years, he had been in and out of the hospital 5 to 6 times. He...

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ACID-ALKALINE BALANCE-kangenwater.tech


ACID-ALKALINE BALANCE: ROLE IN CHRONIC DISEASE AND DETOXIFICATION Deanna M. Minich, PhD, FACN, CNS; Jeffrey S. Bland, PhD, FACN   Deanna M. Minich, PhD, FACN, CNS, is the Director of Information Integration and Innovation at Metagenics, Inc, and a clinical nutritionist at the Functional Medicine Research Center in Gig Harbor, Wash. Jeffrey S. Bland, PhD, FACN, serves as the chief science officer of Metagenics, Inc, and is president of the MetaProteomics Nutrigenomics Research Center. Several researchers have noted that the contemporary Western diet has increased in net acid load relative to diets of the ancestral pre-agricultural Homo sapiens. 1-3 Quite possibly, this shift occurred because of the agricultural revolution and the ubiquity of processed grains and shelf-stable food...

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