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Once upon a time, decades ago, it was decided that cancer cells were acidic. This statement is not true, scientists prove it again and again. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1977628/?page=1
Otto Warburg became popular on the internet for statement "cancer cannot live in an alkaline environment."
What did Otto Warburg really say?
Dr. Otto Warburg did do some cancer research and did make the simple observation that once a cell becomes cancerous, it relies upon glycolysis for its energy resulting in a higher production of acid. But, he did NOT receive the Noble Prize for proving that cancer can’t survive without adequate oxygen or in an alkaline pH. In fact, his work shows that cancer thrives just as well in an oxygenated environment that is alkaline as it does under hypoxic/anaerobic conditions. In 1931, Otto Warburg received the noble prize for his “discovery of the nature and mode of action of the respiratory enzyme” now known as cytochrome oxidase, which transfers electrons to oxygen during aerobic metabolism. In 1944, he was nominated for a second Nobel prize for his discovery and work on flavoproteins used for dehydrogenation reactions with their coenzymes.
If Otto Warburg was wrong it does not mean that alkaline water does not work.
It works perfectly. I know, because we give alkaline ionized water for free and people feel difference and receive health improvement.