Turbatrix aceti (Vinegar eels, Vinegar nematode) are free-living nematodes that feed on the microbial culture, called mother of vinegar used to create vinegar, and may be found in unfiltered vinegar. Vinegar eels are often given to fry (baby fish) as a live food, like microworms. References FDA: Sec. 525.825 Vinegar, Definitions – Adulteration with Vinegar Eels (CPG 7109.22) http://rainbowfish.angfaqld.org.au/vinegar.htm Targovnik HS, Locher SE, Hart TF, … Continue reading So What’s In The Apple Cider Vinegar You Are Drinking? →
How to prevent the damaging effects of sugar consumption, smoking, alcohol consumption, and air pollution Overcoming Addiction Acetaldehyde is hardly a household word in America, yet it is one of the most common neurotoxins in the lives of tens of millions of people. It is a simple substance its chemical formula is CH3CHO yet acetaldehyde … Continue reading Vinegar or Acetaldehyde – A Common and Potent Neurotoxin and Secondary Metabolite of Sugar Consumption →
STOP IT! Sickness and disease is not something you catch it is something you do with what you eat, what you drink, what you breath, what you think and what you believe! The treatment is simply – Stop IT! Stop IT and Wake Up to YOUR Divine Possibilities! Extraordinary Health and Fitness Extraordinary Prosperity Extraordinary … Continue reading You Don’t Get SICK – YOU Do Sick! →
MESOTHELIOMA AND THE PH MIRACLE LIFESTYLE AND DIET Throughout the 20th century, a naturally-occurring mineral known as asbestos was used in a number of different applications. It was mainly utilized as insulation, piping, brake lining and flooring. It was ideal for these uses because of its durable and fire-resistant qualities. In 1906, the first case … Continue reading 42 THINGS YOU NEED TO DO TO PREVENT OR REVERSE A CANCEROUS CONDITION →
What Causes Cancer, Heart Attacks, Strokes, Diabetes, MS, Lupus, Dementia, Sepsis, Multiple Sclerosis and the list goes on and on and on? A rise in the alkalinity of the blood plasma above pH 7.365 (alkaline phosphate)–any rise–is a result or a compensatory reaction due to over-acidity in the interstitial fluids of the Interstitium (I call … Continue reading The Most Important Article I Have Ever Written! →
ROBERT O. YOUNG, CPT, MS, D.SC., PH.D. NATUROPATHIC PRACTITIONER In response to an email I received several years ago, a pH Miracle friend, G.H., wrote: “I read all of your lengthy newsletters but on this one I have to ask, how acidic is it to be bombarded with “the sky is falling” … Continue reading EATING CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIES MAY BE GOOD FOR YOU! →
Here is brief clarification.
H+ = Atomic HydrogenAtomic Hydrogen:
Atomic hydrogen is number 1 on the Periodic Table of Elements. It consists of single proton and is an oxidant or acid.
However an atom of hydrogen rarely exists on its own because its unpaired proton eagerly seeks to join up with an electron stealing life-force energy from the body.
The H+ hydrogen ion is the basis of the pH scale that runs from 0 to 14. This scale is measuring the proton or acid concentration of any liquid.
The molecular form of hydrogen is more common.
A smectite montmorillonite clay has been shown to transform several kinds of bacteria is at the forefront of new research into age-old, nearly forgotten, but surprisingly potent cures. Among the malevolent bacteria that this clay has been shown to transform the so-called “flesh-eating” bacteria or mircroform (M. ulcerans) on the rise in Africa.
In the study, researchers analyzed food consumption habits of adults ages 25 and older from 1990 to 2017 in 195 countries and compared how their diet affected their chances of premature death.
What Foods & Liquids Are Highly Acidic and Damaging to Your Teeth, Gums, and Mouth? Foods and Liquids play an important role in maintaining good oral health. However, certain foods and drinks can severely affect the healthy alkaline environment of the mouth. As humans have evolved, dietary trends may have shifted from raw and fibrous … Continue reading What Foods & Liquids Are Highly Acidic and Damaging to Your Teeth, Gums, and Mouth? →
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