The human body is designed to be slightly alkaline, but maintaining it within the range of alkaline values can be quite challenging.
Overly acidic bodies make you susceptible to infections and diseases:
Poor metabolism, obesity, weight management issues
High blood pressure
Brittle bones, osteoporosis, fractures, bone spurs
Muscle soreness, weak joints, and lactic acid buildups
Indigestion and improper waste elimination
Toxins, chemicals, medications, and processed food affect your pH values. Once your body becomes overly acidic, it’s unable to absorb nutrients, produce energy or cleanse its tissues.
Acidic bodies are the perfect shelter for bacteria, viruses, mold, yeast, candida, fungus, and cancer cells.
Stress, immunity issues, improper eating habits, and overexposure to toxins can make the situation even worse.
When exposed to a threat, the body draws calcium out of the bones, and uses the sodium from the stomach which leads to the development of severe ailments.
The lack of minerals lead to arthritis, pain, MS, fibromyalgia, lupus, and even cancer.
Have you ever wondered why cancer never develops within the heart muscle? Your heart pumps blood in and out, and it has the highest pH value when compared to other organs. The blood carries oxygen and eliminates toxic deposits.
Cancer cells thrive in acidic bodies. Research has shown that terminal cancer patents have a pH value of 4.0-5.5.
According to Keiichi Morishita, in 1964, one in 214 people suffered from cancer. Today, 1 in 2 men, and 1 in 3 women are diagnosed with cancer. What’s the reason for this terrible statistics? Low pH values.
Regulate your pH values
A few simple pH test strips will help you check your pH values.
Do your pH test in the morning. Urine values should vary between 6.5 and 7.5. The same applies to your saliva. For more accurate results, check your saliva pH 2 hours after your meal.
Introduce healthy changes to your lifestyle. Stay away from stressful situations, drink more water, and try different breathing techniques.