Thursday, August 15, 2013

PH Is The Most Important Ratio In The Human Body

A teaspoon of baking soda a day keeps the doctor away.

Some believe ozone achieves the same effect in elevating the alkaline levels in body tissues.


sykes.1 said...

pH is a function defined to be -log10(a) where a is the activity or effective concentration of a substance, in this case the proton concentration.

Sitara said...

Cleve, you were right. 10+ years ago, you were right.

We could really use some serious advice from you using your own research over the years to help us make sense of that article, and maybe explain why the Sun is seriously decreasing in activity this year.

Ted Walther said...

Hey Tex. Check out "RBTI". It is a whole field of alternative therapy based around remineralizing your body and restoring your energy reserves. It does this by monitoring and regulating your bodies pH, sugar level, and a couple other body chemistry numbers.

Like the placebo effect, it only works for 50% of those that use it. But for those who it DOES work for, they have miraculous things happen, things they didn't look for or expect. Growing hair back. New teeth. Skin becoming fresh and smooth. A 50 year old man did RBTI for several years and suddenly his body had remineralized enough, and his jaw expanded rapidly to its proper size.

Doctor Reams said that many people have a condition in their mind that won't let them heal. Sort of a reverse placebo effect.

SmashTheZOG said...

Sorry, Tex, but there's no evidence that an "alkaline" diet has any effect upon blood pH. This is just the most sophisticated trick to prevent the Paleo diet from taking hold. (At least they're opposed to fructose & wheat)

SmashTheZOG said...

Sorry, Tex, but there's absolutely no proof that the "alkaline diet" alters blood pH in any way (whereas your body has a mechanism of controlling stomach pH, and indeed vinegar, ascorabte, citrate, and betaine HCl supplements/sources have anectodal evidence of improving digestion slightly by supplying more H+ ions - but even then, it's not due to the weak acidity of these substances).

Texas Arcane said...

I've been taking it for a couple weeks now and the difference is startling.

A teaspoon a day in hot water clears up your skin and will end any fungal infections dead including athlete's foot.

hitfan said...

I suffer from Psoriatic Arthritis, and I've tried all sorts of things to help me out in that regard.

I did try taking baking soda every day, but it didn't help out at all, at least in my case.

Ultimately, what works best for me is a diet consisting mainly of meat, fruits and vegetables along with plenty of sunbathing without sunscreen (when I mow the lawn, I do it without wearing a shirt). I abstain as much as possible from dairy and grains.

This diet takes the best aspects of both the raw vegan diet and the Atkins diet. I think that both camps are right about a lot of things, even though they tend to make political attacks against each other a lot.

Now, I don't always follow the paleo diet all of the time (I use it as a guide), I will occasionally make gluten-free pancakes for those times I like to have comfort food. Rice is still a grain, but of all the grains, it is the lesser of all evils.

Kurent Leinlichtung said...

I daresay it helps to the extent it "increase the tissue content of CO2" rather than it being alkaline. // Protective CO2 and aging: