> grow, or even to survive.
> Actual case studies, very important, please read patiently and pass this
> Even if you have read this before, you should reread this, especially the
> list of acidic and alkaline food stuff, best to read several times and
> Please take your time to complete this article, it will be helpful to
> your health.
> More that 30 years ago, a Mr Zhang who work in the public sale department
> of a Taipei Brewery, participated in the brewery overseas study selection
> examination, and passed with flying colours.
> Before going overseas during the physical examination at a public
> hospital, it was discovered that he has a tumour growth in his lung of
> the size of a child's fist, and therefore was not able to go overseas to
> The greatly disappointed Mr Zhang has always been suspicious that the
> diagnosis was wrong. So he went to another hospital for a check-up, the
> result confirmed that previous diagnosis was not in error.
> For the youthful and healthy Mr Zhang to be stricken down with such
> terminal illness, in his despair, he rang his old classmate who at the
> time was Taidong County Government, Huangsun County Mayor's secretary, Mr
> Mr Weil rushed to Taipei during his rest day on a Sunday to see Mr Zhang.
> Mr Zhang discussed with Mr Wei in details his despair and pessimism, and
> entrusted his friend regarding his affairs after his death.
> Coincidentally, Mr Wei was a good friend of Dr Lu Geling, who was
> in-charge of the Maijie Hospital, 1945-55, and specialised in the
> clinical research into cancer cases.
> He immediately suggested that Mr Zhang went and see Dr Lu for treatment.
> At first, Mr Zhang said he preferred not to consult anymore doctors, so
> as not to add further to his misery.
> But Mr Wei told him that he had telephoned Dr Lu before to seek his
> advice and arranged an appointment. Mr Zhang felt obligated and went with
> Mr Wei to meet Dr Lu.
> When Dr Lu met with Mr Zhang, Dr Lu said: ' Mr Wei is a friend and
> introduce you and I to get to know each other. This is destiny. Thank
> you. Let me ask you do you know why is cancer referred to as terminal
> Both Mr Zhang and Mr Wei did not how to answer.
> Dr Lu explained: 'There are only two approaches taken by human to treat
> cancer to date. The first is to destroy the source of the disease. The
> second is the increase the capability to fight the disease.
> But the strange thing is that, cancer whether we use Cobalt 60 or other
> drug to destroy the cancer cells, however, before the cancer cells are
> killed, the good cells are destroyed first.
> On the other hand, no matter we use what nutrients or supplements, before
> the good cells have a chance to absorb them, the cancer cells have taken
> them up and it simply speeds up the grow of cancer.
> Therefore both approaches are doomed to failure, that is why cancer is
> Dr Lu continues: 'Human being is most clever, they have successfully
> landed on the moon. But why is it no one ever question the above two
> approaches for treating cancer are nothing but self defeating dead-ends,
> try to seek out a third avenue?
> When I was conducting clinical research in Majie Hospital , I had many
> opportunities to work with and being helped by many colleagues in the
> Hospital. I discovered that the blood tests of 100% of the cancer
> patients showed that the blood sample are acidic...
> Those Buddhist monks and nuns who are long term vegetarians and live very
> close to Nature, their blood are prevalently weakly alkaline and amongst
> them, there has yet to discover any cancer cases
> Therefore, I boldly concluded that under weakly alkaline condition,
> cancer cells are not able to grow, or even to survive.
> Mr Zhang, I would suggest that starting from now you reduce your intake
> of the acidic meaty dishes.
> Take more of the alkaline food. In addition you can take green algae and
> soup made from water chestnuts with shell,
> 多吃鹼性食物, 另外可吃綠藻和帶殼菱角湯，
> Modify your physical condition, and try seriously to have a regular life
> style which is close to Nature;
> If you can manage to stay alive for five years, you should have no
> further problem. I wish you the best of luck.'
> Mr Zhang follow Dr Lu's suggestion and seriously alter his eating habits.
> Every day, he ate green algae, drank chestnut soup, be optimistic and
> doing appropriate amount of exercise, and went back to the same public
> hospital for a check up. It was discovered that not only that the tumour
> did not increase in size, on the contrary it showed signs of shrinking,
> and surprised the hospital staff conducting the check-up as a miracle.
> Five years later, the tumour s shrunk to such a state as to be almost
> After almost 40 years, presently Mr Zhang's health is totally normal, and
> living a very pleasant life.
> Following Mr Zhang, a Mr Chen Tianshou, who was previously Head of the
> General Administration of the Taidong Provincial Hospital , was similarly
> diagnosed with lung cancer.
> When Mr Wei heard of this, he told Mr Chen of the experience of Mr Zhang,
> and Mr Chen started to follow the instructions of Dr Lu to change his
> physical condition. The outcome was that he was able to recover fully
> from the cancer, just like Mr Zhang.
> At that time, Mr Lu and his family have emigrated to the United States .
> After the two cases, he returned to Taiwan and met up with Mr Wei.
> Mr Wei told Dr Lu about the experiences of Mr Zhang and Mr Chen, and
> suggested that let the two of them detailed their experiences to Dr Lu in
> person, so that Dr Lu could publish a report on his self cure body
> conditioning method.
> Dr Lu very humbly replied:
> 'I am too old, besides, I do not have any clinical records of the
> outcomes. I would ask that you tell your friends and relatives, if they
> are agreeable, then please continue this experience and spread the words
> … …
> One should take care of oneself but should also be caring about others,
> 85% of cancer patients have acidic in their physical condition
> ¡¡è Blood of healthy persons is weakly alkaline in nature, with a pH of
> about 7.35 to 7.45
> ＊ 健康人的血液是成弱鹼性的，約是pH7.35～7.45左右
> ¡¡è Babies' blood is also weakly acidic
> ＊ 嬰兒也是屬於弱鹼性的體質
> ¡¡è As adults mature their blood becomes more acidic in nature
> ＊ 成長期的成人有體質酸化的現象
> According to a study of 600 cancer patients, of their bodily fluid, 85%
> of the patients are acidic .
> Therefore, how to maintain the weakly acidic nature of our body is the
> first step for moving far away from diseases.
> Acidic physical conditions manifested itself in:
> 1. Skin without luster 皮膚無光澤。
> 2. Athlete's foot 香港腳。
> 3. Feeling tire even with very little exercise, and feeling sleep the
> moment one gets on to public buses
> 4. Easily out of breath going up and down stair 上下樓梯容易氣喘。
> 5. Fat and with lower stomach protruding, 肥胖、下腹突出。
> 6. Move slowly and movement lethargic 步伐緩慢、動作遲緩。
> Why does the body physical condition turn acidic?
> 1. Excessive intake of dairy acidic food 過度攝取乳酸性食品
> meat, dairy products, eggs, beef, ham, etc are acidic food
> taking too much acidic food will cause the blood to become acidic and
> viscous, difficult to flow to the end of blood vessels, leading to cold
> feet or knee, stiff shoulders and insomnia..
> When one is young and strong, taking suitable quantity of meat is
> appropriate, but older people it more suitable to have a diet which are
> primarily vegetables or small fish.
> Irregularity in the pace of life will cause the body physical condition
> to become acidic
> Irregular pace in life will lead to mental and physical stress
> According to statistics, people who sleep late are more likely to have
> cancer than normal persons, by as much as 5 times.
> Human beings originally lead a life with regular tempo in this world, it
> is not possible to store up sleep or food and not possible to change the
> order of living by mixing up days and nights.
> Human organs are controlled by the autonomic nerves, and during day time
> it is mainly sympathetic nerves activities, and at night it is mainly the
> parasympathetic nerves which are functioning, If this order is disturbed
> and reversed, then diseases will result.
> 3. Emotion over tensed 情緒過於緊張
> Civilised society brings stresses
> Job related or mental stresses
> A person suffers mental stress, when the stress is removed and the person
> relaxes, sometimes this may lead to death, referred to as the syndrome of
> imperfect adrenal cortex function.
> 4.Physical Stress 肉體的緊張
> Before any operation it would be necessary to check to see if the renal
> cortex does function normally. If the adrenal cortex is lacking, or if
> the stress imposed by the operation exceeded the ability of adrenal
> cortex to cope, it could lead to death or other undesirable impacts.
> If it noted that patient's face is puffy, it would be necessary to
> inquire in detail the patient's medical history and medication status,
> for patients taking adrenal cortical hormone, extra care should be
> exercise when administering acupuncture.
> Stress due to physical labour or exercise in excess, whole night card
> games, driving etc should be avoided as much as possible
> Appendix: Acidity/alkalinity of Common food stuff
> Strongly acidic food: egg yolk, cheese, cake make with white sugar or
> persimmon, mullet fish roe, dried cod.
> Mildly acidic food: ham, bacon, chicken meat, squid, pork, eel, beef,
> bread, wheat, butter, horse meat etc
> Weakly acidic food: white rice, peanut, beer, alcohol, oil fried tofu,
> sea weed, clam, octopus, catfish
> Weakly alkaline food: red bean, radish, apple, cabbage, onion, tofu etc.
> Mildly alkaline food: dried radish, soya bean, carrot, tomato, banana,
> orange, pumpkin strawberry, egg white, dried plum, lemon, spinach, etc.
> Strongly alkaline food: grape, tea leave, grape wine, kelp sprout, kelp,
> etc. Especially natural green algae which contain rich quantity of
> chlorophyll are very good alkaline health food, but tea should not be
> drunk in excess, and best to drink in the morning.