pH Testing

Test your saliva’s pH to determine if it is alkaline or acidic. An acidic body provides an atmosphere that cancer and other diseases can grow and thrive in. A reading of 7 is neutral. Numbers below 7 are acidic, and numbers above 7 are alkaline.

The pH (“parts of hydrogen”) balance in the body is one of the most pertinent factors affecting the health of the body. The ideal pH of the body is indicated when the urine is 6.6 and the saliva is 7.4. These two pH’s in the body, one intra cellular, the other extra cellular, must be kept in the proper range for the polarities of the body to be in the proper position for optimum electrical impulses. In other words, nitrogen and oxygen are at the ideal balance. Both pH values need to stay as far away from each other as possible. If both pH values meet, death occurs.

Healthy cells are aerobic, or oxygen breathing, and have a high pH (alkaline). Anaerobic cells are cancerous cells, and they always have a very low pH (acidic). Therefore, having an alkaline body may help to prevent cancer. 

The body has three major mechanisms (buffering systems) that prevent dietary and metabolic acids from shifting the pH of the cells and blood outside of the narrow range needed for optimum function. A pH balancing act is continuously going on to maintain homeostasis. Too much acid in the body leads to acidosis, whereas high alkalinity in the body is referred to as alkalosis. Since many of the enzymes necessary for facilitating metabolic reactions only operate within very specific pH ranges, any acid-base homeostasis imbalances can lead to a range of malfunctions and degenerative diseases.

Information Sources:
•   True Scientific Facts on How to Kill a Virus
•   pH and the Alkaline Diet
How Do I Test My pH Levels?

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