Actually the info is good. You cant seriously be arguing against the benefits of veganism? At this point its known that if done right it will cure/prevent all kinds of cancer.
Vegan diets, paleo diets, whatever....
Sure, for the most part
, those are healthier than the normal diet the average person eats.
But why tell lies to "convince" people to switch over?
Most of the people who eat shitty diets eat shitty diets because a shitty diet is cheap. Most people aren't going to pay $6.00 for a vegan-approved broccoli stalk when they can get a bag of frozen broccoli, containing many stalks of broccoli, for a dollar.
And the information is not good. Cancer cells are your body's own cells (your immune system doesn't normally attack its own cells, unless you believe lupus is a genetic advantage over cancer).
Cancer cells create their own acid. That is why cancerous bodies are usually acidic bodies (at least in areas where cancer spreads). It isn't necessarily the other way around. Yes, a low acidic diet is good for your body, but usually has no effect on cancer.
And how in the world do you justify posting something that claims to be from Johns Hopkins when Johns Hopkins says its bogus?