In 2011 Allan Taylor was diagnosed with stage 3 colon cancer that had spread to other areas within his abdomen. Unable to tolerate chemotherapy, he credits switching to an alkaline diet and taking large doses of various supplements for his healing. Four months later, scans revealed that he is completely cancer free. He says, “I’m all clear. There is no question in my mind that my diet saved my life, and all it cost was £30 a week.”
How to get rid of bunions: 1. Walking barefoot, especially over uneven terrain, strengthens your toes and allows your joints to work naturally. WALKING ON SAND is especially good exercise for your feet. http://www.wikihow.com/Get-Rid-of-Bunions
Nothing shown here has the potential to improve how each foot handles body weight and gravity, meaning nothing here has the ability to "get rid of bunions"! Bad advice! Try holding the 33 joints of each foot in its arch-up posture ALL DAY LONG AGAINST BODY WEIGHT AND GRAVITY. NOT HAPPENING. JUST SAYING!