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https://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2018/03/30/598348764/fact-check-calif-judge-rules-coffee-must-come-with-a-cancer-warning-but-should-i https://www.washingtonpost.com/national/health-science/california-ordered-to-add-cancer-warning-to-coffee-but-the-science-doesnt-hold-up/2018/03/30/193ca9e8-345e-11e8-8abc-22a366b72f2d_story.html https://www.wsj.com/articles/attack-of-the-killer-cappuccino-1522451282 https://www.cancer.org/cancer/cancer-causes/acrylamide.html Acrylamide? A ubiquitous organic compound present in trace amounts in practically any food product that is fried, roasted, baked or cooked in any other way than simply boiled raw. "This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer." How much longer do we have to tolerate California courtroom faggotry? Plenty of ladies paint their nails with thousands (if not millions) of times the amount of related toxic chemicals, acetone, acrylic, and related compounds, which do soak in through the skin, and yet they manage to live longer than men for the most part. Don't tell me coffee causes cancer. ☕☕☕☕☕☕☕
Perhaps some of you are familiar with Rick Simpson and the documentary 'Run From The Cure' about how natural hemp oil (not hemp seed oil) can cure cancer. I watched this a few years back and have dipped into further research sporadically since then. There certainly seems to be some compelling evidence of hemp oil being a real cure, including the fact that big pharma are putting money into research to creating artificial cannabinoids. Now I come across this article today: http://www.endalldisease.com/spain-study-confirms-hemp-oil-cures-cancer-without-side-effects/
You may recall recently having seen something about the cure for cancer being baking soda. It's a little more complicated than that. If you know anything about biology, you know that all of the cells in our body have a specific chunk of our DNA dedicated to making and maintaining them. You can track the evolution of specific cells backwards through various animals. Dr. Simoncini explains that cancer cells are cells that our body produces in place of other cells when the original cells weren't getting enough oxygen. Hemoglobin is composed of the three acids that bond oxygen to red blood cells. if your body's ph level is to high (as it would be if you eat processed food) then the hemoglobin has more trouble bonding to the red blood cells and moves less oxygen as a result. Theoretically this leads to cells not receiving enough oxygen to survive. The cells then go into 'survival mode' and turn into cancer cells, which essentially do nothing but sit there and take in the bare minimum amount of oxygen to sustain itself. These cells are potentially harmless if they form, say a fatty tumor in your leg, but if they spread to internal organs that would be keeping you alive, had they not began shutting themselves down, the result could be much more fatal. What are your guys opinions on this?