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Ionized Water Treatment For Cancer Part 4

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Published on Mar 30, 2011

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Supercharging This Treatment
You should take sea salt (1/4 teaspoon per quart) with ionized water. Also, make sure you take a good mineral supplement, preferably one with trace elements. A good calcium supplement will also help make your body alkaline. Quit drinking soda pop (whether diet or not) and refined sugar (these things are very acidic and offset the alkalinity of the ionized water). You should drink between 1 gallon and 2 gallons of ionized water a day. Drink the ionized water within a few hours of making it in order to get the full effect of the hydroxyl ions.
If you might have cancer because of your intake of trans fatty acids (e.g. margarine, etc.), then you need to do some special things to make sure the oxygen clusters are absorbed into the cancer cells. Even though the ionized water molecule clusters are smaller than normal water molecule clusters, it still helps to make the cells more able to absorb large molecules. This means you must absolutely stay away from trans fatty acids, hydrogenated oils, etc.
Other antioxidants that could be combined with ionized water are: vitamins C and E, the minerals zinc and selenium, and the natural substances Lycopene (or add tomatoes to your vegetable juice), CoEnzyme-Q10, N-Acetyl Cysteine, and the minerals manganese, copper and zinc (copper:zinc in 1:15 ratio).
This treatment should not be considered a "major" alternative cancer treatment.

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