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Myth Busting: Alkaline Diet has no effect on cancer

We’ve been running a series of myth busting articles on alkalinity because there’s a lot of confusion, disinformation and frankly outright nonsense online about acidity and alkalinity when it comes to pure water and nutrition – usually peddled by people trying to sell you an alkaliser for RODI pure water or convince you of the importance of the latest fad diet.

So we were really pleased to see this fact-based, common-sense article in The Independent written by experts Cancer Research UK, confirming what we’ve been saying: the food you eat and the water you drink does not affect the acid / alkaline balance or pH of your body.

Cancer Research UK: 10 Persistent Myths about Cancer That Are False

Cancer Research UK: 10 Persistent Myths about Cancer That Are False

Read the excellent article online here: Cancer Research UK: 10 Persistent Myths About Cancer That Are False.

What we do know is that staying hydrated with Pure H2O and eating a balanced healthy diet helps keep you in the best possible health. If you’ve got any further questions about the acid / alkaline debate and Pure H2O, you can check out our other articles on alkalinity, pure water and nutrition:

Mythbusting: Pure Water, pH and Alkalisers

Eve Kalinik: The Alkaline Diet – Myth or Merit?

And of course you can call us on 01483 617 000, email customerservice@pureh2o.co.uk or visit our website at www.PureH2O.co.uk

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