Cystic Fibrosis and Pulmonary Adenocarcinoma: Both Metabolic and Dietary Acidic Conditions
Robert O. Young MSc, DSc, PhD
Cystic fibrosis (CF) and Pulmonary Adenocarcinoma (PAC) have similar symptomologies and are chronic, progressive, and frequently fatal acidic conditions of the respiratory system (lungs), lymphatic system (lymph nodes), intestines, pancreas, urinary tract system, reproductive organs and the skin as the alkaloid glands (the salivary glands, stomach, and small and large intestines) produce and secrete alkaline compounds, such as sodium bicarbonate to buffer and preserve the alkaline design of the body and the specific organs and glands affected. These metabolic and dietary acidic conditions resulting in the buildup of mucous can affect any organ or organ system but primarily affects the respiratory, lymphatic system, digestive, and reproductive tracts in children and young adults with CF and the lungs and surrounding lymph nodes in PAC. I have suggested from own clinical research that both of these conditions are the result of latent tissue acidosis (LTA) from metabolism, diet and environmnent and may be successfully treated and reversed with an alkaline lifestyle and diet (ALD).