Posts Tagged ‘blood pH’

Acidosis: The Origin of Disease

All disease can be traced back to an imbalance in the body which puts undo strain on the organs and systems. As the body attempts to correct imbalances, even more are created creating resistance within the body to its own healing mechanisms. The combination of the body’s inability to regain its natural balance and the continued overworking and under-nourishment of the system results in breakdown and disabling of the body’s organs and functions.

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Your Body’s pH Balance

It’s important to understand how pH levels work. The scale on which we measure pH is logarithmic, meaning that each whole pH value below 7 is ten times more acidic than the next higher digit. If the pH changes from 7 to 8, then the substance is 10 times more alkaline. Conversely, if it changes from 7 to 6, it is ten times more acidic. Tap water has a pH of 7. This is a neutral pH; it is neither alkaline nor acidic. Later we will explain how municipal tap water is maintained at a neutral level and the adverse effects of this.

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