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  • Ken Carrigan
    Mar 4, 2016
      Jer,
       
      Really good article on pH of blood and what it should be, what it is, how it can change, and what it poses...
       
       

      How To Test Your pH Level...

      Salivary pH Test: While generally more acidic than blood, salivary pH mirrors the blood ( if not around meals ) and is also a fairly good indicator of health. It tells us what the body retains. Salivary pH is a fair indicator of the health of the extracellular fluids and their alkaline mineral reserves.

      Optimal pH for saliva is 6.4 to 6.8. Spit onto to your Portable PH Meter on arising before anything is put into the mouth. A reading lower than 6.4 is indicative of insufficient alkaline reserves. After eating, the saliva pH should rise to 7.8 or higher. Unless this occurs, the body has alkaline mineral deficiencies ( mainly Calcium and Magnesium ) and will not assimilate food very well. To deviate from ideal salivary pH for an extended time invites illness.

      Urinary pH Test: The pH of the urine indicates how the body is working to maintain the proper pH of the blood. The urine reveals the alkaline building (anabolic) and acid tearing down (catabolic) cycles. The pH of urine indicates the efforts of the body via the kidneys, adrenals, lungs and gonads to regulate pH through the buffer salts and hormones. Urine can provide a fairly accurate picture of body chemistry, because the kidneys filter out the buffer salts of pH regulation and provide values based on what the body is eliminating. Urine pH can vary from around 4.5 to 9.0 for its extremes, but the ideal range is 5.8 to 6.8.

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      Ken Carrigan
       
      Sent: Friday, March 04, 2016 3:21 AM
      Subject: [KeelyNet_Interact] altering your blood pH can be dangerous
       
       

      Hola Folks!

      I posted an article about ingesting soda with maple syrup which alters your blood pH. 

      A fellow from France brings to attention the danger of not monitoring your pH so the file has been altered and I thought everyone here should know about it;

      03/03/16 - The Maple Syrup – Baking Soda Trojan Horse Detox
      http://www.keelynet.com/news/030316n.html


      Update 03/04/16
      - I received an email warning about pH of the blood from the method in this article;

      Dear Jerry - Be careful with baking soda and maple syrup. Don't pass the blood ph 8.2 limit. Only two days at 8.2 then stop the soda during one week or two.

      You can check your blood ph with a cheap phmeter, knowing that ph of urine is the same as blood ph. - Have a good day !! - Dominique A. / France

      Thanks Dominque for the advice. A search on ebay.com for 'ph meter' finds many very affordable units which would serve this purpose. - JWD


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