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Could Sodium or Potassium Bicarbonate save your life? Low levels of bicarbonate ‘are linked to a 24 % higher risk of early death!

Could Sodium or Potassium Bicarbonate save your life? Low levels of bicarbonate 'are linked to a 24 % higher risk of early death!

Robert Young PhD

Naturopathic Practitioner – The pH Miracle Ti Sana Detox Medical Spa

Could Sodium or Potassium Bicarbonate save your life? Low levels of bicarbonate ‘are linked to a 24 % higher risk of early death!

  • Compound in baking soda – bicarbonate – reduces early death, study found
  • Baking soda – or sodium bicarbonate – helps regulate pH levels  
  • People with low bicarbonate levels have 24% higher risk of early death
  • People should ingest fruit and green vegetables to get more bicarbonate!

Many of us think of baking soda as little more than a vital part of the recipe to making a cake or baking cookies.

But two new studies have found that the ingredients of sodium and/or potassium bicarbonate plays a far more important role in human health: It can help save lives.

Older people with low levels of sodium and/or potassiumbicarbonate – which is found in baking soda – have a 24 per cent higher risk of dying an early death!

The findings suggest increasing bicarbonate levels can prolong a person’s life.

Study author Dr Kalani Raphael, of the University of Utah, said: ‘What we found was that generally healthy older people with low levels of bicarbonate had a higher risk of death.’

Sodium bicarbonate, a main component of baking powder, reduces the risk of premature death, scientists revealed. Older people with low bicarbonate levels are 24 per cent more likely to die young, a study found

The kidneys and lungs work together by varying the levels of sodium and/or potassium bicarbonate – a base or alkaline compound – and carbon dioxide – an acid – in the blood, interstitial fluids and intracellular fluids.

Sodium and potassium bicarbonate helps keep the body’s pH in a healthy range (7.365), which allows the body cells that make up our organs to work properly.

Critically ill patients with severe acid-base abnormalities have very low levels of sodium and/or potassium bicarbonate and are very unlikely of surviving their illness, according to the study.

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Yet, it has been unclear whether more subtle changes to the body’s acid-base status affect the longevity of relatively healthy older people.

A team of scientists investigated how measurements of pH, carbon dioxide and bicarbonate are associated with long-term survival in healthy older people.

They analyzed data from 2,287 participants in the health, aging and body composition study.

That data focused on well-functioning black and white adults between the ages of 70 and 79.

Data started being collected in 1997 – with collection efforts extending through February 2014.

Each of the participants were followed for an average of 10.3 years.

Scientists recommend people with low levels of sodium and/or potassium bicarbonate should increase their intake of foods that produce it in the body, including fruit and green vegetables.

Because of the study’s results, blood bicarbonate concentrations – which are already commonly measured – may allow clinicians to better identify people with a higher risk of premature death.

Those with low sodium and potassium bicarbonate levels may benefit from increasing their intake of foods that produce bicarbonate in the body – including fruit and vegetables, according to the scientists.

The study was published in the Clinical Journal of American Nephrology.  The study by Dr. Robert O. Young has been approved for publication in The International Journal of Complementary and Alternative Medicine.

Read more: http://www.phoreveryoung.wordpress.com

Tony Robbins Shares the Alkaline Science of Dr. Robert O. Young and the Importance of pH Balance!

The science of alkalinity and the importance of an alkaline body fluid pH for health, energy and vitality.

A Self-Care to a Self-Cure for Breast Cancer!

The Alkaline Diet: A Cure and Prevention for Everything from Allergies to Cancer

Ariel Green reversed her medically diagnosed breast cancer with 3 cancerous tumors living the pH alkaline diet!


One of the 3 golf ball sized lumps in my breast that disappeared after changing to a pH alkaline diet. 

The following is Ariel Green’s personal story of reversing her cancerous breast condition involving 3 tumors without surgery, chemotherapy and radiation!

“Do you have a health condition you think is incurable? Do you want to lose weight and keep it off permanently? Do you want to reverse aging? Do you do everything you can to be healthy but still don’t feel quite right? The alkaline diet could cure all this and more; but is it too good to be true?”

“The alkaline diet is quickly becoming popular with backing of celebrates like Kate Moss, Gwyneth Paltrow, Jennifer Aniston, Linda Gray, Bill Clinton, Larry Hagman, and Kirsten Dunst. In 2003 Cris Carr, former Budweiser girl, made a move documentary on her battle with cancer and how she reversed the cancer with an alkaline diet. You may have heard about the alkaline diet on the news or in one of several interviews on the Oprah Winery show. You can find testimonies of people all over the internet that completely reversed every day illnesses as well as cancer, HIV MS, diabetes type1&2, and other chronic diseases.”

“How does it work? The alkaline diet works on the premise that our bodies are self healing. In order for the body to heal itself it needs the right tools one being the correct pH, others being sufficient nutrients, water, and exercise. The main thing that affects our pH is our diets. By eating alkalizing foods and minimizing acidic foods our bodies can begin to heal, prevent sickness, and help protect from external acid factors like stress and radiation. To maintain a good pH in our bodies we need to eat at least 70% alkaline foods and no more than 30% mildly acidic foods. Alkaline foods include most cooked and raw vegetables, some beans, and few fruits, grains, & nuts. Acidic foods include meat, dairy, sugar, processed foods, coffee, and most fruits, grains, and nuts.”

“Sound too hard? Well, you don’t have to jump right in. Most people have better results by making slow gradual changes to their diet. Some people only need to make a couple of small changes to start seeing results. There are also many tasty alkaline versions of acidic foods; so don’t worry about felling deprived.”

“So does it really work? Apparently it does from all the testimonies on the internet. I tried it myself in 2006 when I found out I had three breast tumors that my doctor told me had to be surgically removed. Within six months the cancerous tumors were gone, and so were my allergies, chronic knee & back pain, and my problem with vertigo that my doctors could not explain or treat. I also have more energy and I don’t get colds anymore. I have been on the pH alkaline diet since 2006 and continue to maintain excellent health. I have met many people that have completely reversed their health problems with the pH alkaline diet.  I also know a couple of people that it did not work completely for but it did drastically improve their health. Many people give up on alkalizing before it has a chance to work because they feel deprived. They think they can only eat salad; but this is not true.”

“Supplementation is also important as there are some vitamins and minerals than can be hard to get on an alkaline diet. There are also many supplements that can make alkalizing quicker and easier. The pH alkaline diet can be hard and take a long time to get results if you don’t know enough about it. So it is best to read up on it and get a good pH coach. There is very little clinical research on the pH alkaline diet and its effects on specific disease conditions. However, an article published in PubMed says there  supporting research that shows the pH alkaline diet can support health and reverse disease but more research is needed http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22013455.”

“It will be many years  before clinical research can be done on the pH alkaline diet with every health problem. So it is best to consult a health professional before changing your diet especially if you have a chronic disease.”

“Some health problems with supporting clinical studies on the alkaline diet & treatments include cancer, low back pain, bone loss, and increased lean tissue mass in older adults:”

“In a study published in PubMed a high pH treatment was tested on over 30 humans with cancer.  In each case the cancer disappeared. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed?term=6522424

Supplementation with alkaline minerals reduces symptoms in patients with chronic lower back pain. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3195546/?tool=pubmed

“Increasing the alkaline content of the diet may slow bone loss in healthy older adults. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2630872/

“Alkaline diets favor lean tissue mass in older adults.  http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2597402/

To learn more read and share The pH Miracle book 1, The pH Miracle revised and updated book 2, The pH Miracle for Cancer and Reverse Cancer NOW by Dr. Robert O. Young – http://www.phoreveryoung.com, http://www.amazon.com, http://www.phmiracle.com

There are also many related clinical studies on how increasing vegetables in the diet can promote health; which is the foundation of the pH Miracle alkaline diet. There are many studies that can be found on how eating lots of animal proteins can cause many health problems, including cancer.

Here are 233 articles supporting a plant-based, pH alkaline diet!

View the Evidence of a Alkaline Plant Based Nutrient-Rich pH Miracle Diet in the Prevention and Treatment of Cancer

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not in its TREATMENT”

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Robert O. Young M.Sc, D.Sc., Ph.D., ND

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Pharmacological Actions : Apoptotic : CK(1539) : AC(1155)
Additional Keywords : Proanthocyanidins : CK(159) : AC(46)

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Substances : Carob : CK(14) : AC(4)

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Pharmacological Actions : Chemopreventive : CK(1528) : AC(382)

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Pharmacological Actions : Antiproliferative : CK(1061) : AC(775)

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Additional Keywords : Plant Extracts : CK(3775) : AC(1248)

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Additional Keywords : Plant Extracts : CK(3775) : AC(1248)

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Pharmacological Actions : Anti-Proliferative : CK(55) : AC(49)
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¿Cómo fomentar un estado alcalino en el organismo?

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Imagina que tu cuerpo es como una pecera, y que tus células y órganos internos son como los peces, que nadan en el fluido (incluida sangre) que transporta su comida y elimina los desechos. Luego imagínate que acerco mi coche y conecto el tubo de escape al filtro del aire de la pecera, después le tiro demasiada comida o comida inadecuada. El agua se llena de monóxido de carbono y se vuelve ácida, y los peces son incapaces de comerse toda la comida o de digerirla, y los restos comienzan a pudrirse. Los desechos ácidos tóxicos van aumentando haciendo que el agua sea aún más ácida.

Lógicamente los peces empezarán a enfermar o a morir. ¿Qué harías para arreglarlo? ¿Tratarías a los peces? No, obviamente cambiarias el agua. Pues lo mismo ocurre con nuestros cuerpos. Hay que limpiar el agua y mantenerlo limpio

¡EL DESEQUILIBRIO ÁCIDO ES PERFECTAMENTE NATURAL….CUANDO ESTAMOS MUERTOS!

El caos y desequilibrio ácido, y transformación de microorganismos y luego su crecimiento desmesurado es totalmente natural y es un proceso ordenado cuando la vida está terminando. El cuerpo automáticamente se vuelve ácido cuando muere. En el momento que dejas de respirar los niveles de oxigeno descienden velozmente, generando un entorno anaeróbico (sin oxigeno) en el que pueden proliferar los microorganismos (además de que aman el ácido). Entonces se ponen a trabajar. Su gran trabajo. 

muerto-reviveUna de las razones principales por las cuales forman parte de nuestro cuerpo es que se encargan de las “pompas fúnebres” cuando morimos. Los microorganismos y sus toxinas se encargan de reducirnos hasta convertirnos de nuevo en micro encimas. Los biólogos lo llaman el ciclo de carbono. Es lo que significa; “de la ceniza a la ceniza, del polvo al polvo.” El ácido es lo que hace que nuestro cadáver se pudra, se descomponga. ¡Lo escabroso es que hace lo mismo con nuestro cuerpo cuando estamos vivos!

Así que con nuestros ácidos provenientes de la dieta y del metabolismo, que generan la transformación patológica de microorganismos, y su crecimiento desmesurado en cuerpos acidificados vivientes, el proceso se inicia prematuramente. Las bacterias, levaduras y hongos comienzan su festín antes de hora, mientras estás vivo.

Básicamente nos estamos pudriendo por dentro. Fermentando. Llenándonos de hongos.

IMPORTANTE: en principio no hay nada malo con los microorganismos. En todo caso, son buenos. Las células de todo el cuerpo se mueren constantemente, y nacen nuevas, para que el cuerpo pueda renovarse de nuevo, y mantenerse sano y vigoroso. Los microorganismos son una fase de todas las células transformadas y están ahí para manejar y reciclar, para que no se acumule la basura.

¿Cómo fomentar un estado alcalino?

Como se ha comentado en la primera parte de este artículo, hay una asociación entre acidez y un crecimiento desmesurado de microorganismos en el cuerpo. Ya se ha comentado con anterioridad que el exceso de acidez se genera no solo por las propias funciones metabólicas del cuerpo, sino por el tipo de alimentos que ingerimos, lo que bebemos, los tóxicos que tomamos (medicinas, azúcar, et.,), el estilo de vida (vida sedentaria o exceso de ejercicio), las emociones, pensamientos negativos, el estrés, la contaminación, etc. Es un ciclo de desequilibrio.

Las células del cuerpo están siempre trabajando para adaptarse al Ph que va descendiendo en un medio ácido. Se descomponen y evolucionan (involucionan) transformándose en bacterias, hongos y levaduras que a su vez, excretan sus toxinas (ácidos debilitantes), intoxicando aún más el ya contaminado medio interno. Es un desequilibrio para el sistema, y así es como se perpetúa el ciclo.

La buena noticia es que comiendo alimentos adecuados y tomando suplementos con sabiduría que alcalinicen el cuerpo, tomando la sal adecuada y un estilo de vida y ejercicio adecuado, los microorganismos dejarán de desarrollarse en exceso y las células comenzarán a evolucionar positivamente, y el cuerpo podrá eliminar las toxinas como es debido. El Ph se equilibra tomando los alimentos adecuados que tienen un efecto alcalinizarte en el organismo.

¿Qué alimentos alcalinizan el cuerpo?

Básicamente las verduras de hojas verdes, como las espinacas, rúcula, brócoli, lechuga, canónigos, etc., también las patatas, boniatos, tomates, pepinos etc., las legumbres como los garbanzos y lentejas, las semillas y las nueces, almendras y avellanas. Limón, lima y pomelo. La sal buena no refinada…. Los cereales como la quínoa, el mijo, trigo sarraceno, espelta y el arroz integral. Tofú…

Lo ideal es que un 80% de nuestro alimento sea alcalinizarte y que un 20% sea acidificante para mantener el equilibrio.

Los alimentos que básicamente nos acidifican son: proteínas de origen animal: carnes de todo tipo, huevos, lácteos. El azúcar en todas sus formas, hidratos de carbono refinados: arroz blanco, pan, pasta (trigo).

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¿Hay algo más que alcalinice el cuerpo?

  • Excepcionalmente la sal y mejor aún, el agua de mar. Evidentemente no nos referimos a la sal refinada, sino a la Sal del Himalaya o Sal Marina evaporada.
  • El limón y la lima; a pesar de ser ácidos curiosamente tienen un efecto alcalinizante en el organismo.
  • Los aceites como el de oliva, linaza, uva, aguacate también tienen un efecto alcalinizánte. Asimismo, se incluyen los omega 3 (aceite de pescado o krill).
  • Existen también sales minerales especialmente alcalinizantes: sodio, potasio, magnesio y calcio (phour salts). Se pueden comprar juntas o por separado. Existen gotas para equilibrar el Ph, para alcalinizar el agua.

Entre los complementos que personalmente utilizo y que recomiendo son las gotas Puriphy, para alcalinizar el agua que bebemos. Tienen un PH de 10, lo que hace que al ponerlas en el agua, el ph de ésta suba por encima de 7,5. Las gotas Puriphy están desarrolladas por el Dr. Robert O. Young. Para quienes estén interesados en conseguirlas, pueden ir a www.alkalinecare.com

También recomendamos para alcalinizar las pHour Salts de Young pHorever creadas por el Dr. Robert O. Young son lo “último” en cuanto a fórmula de sales minerales carbonadas con propiedades antioxidantes, anti-aging,  potenciadores de energía y rendimiento deportivo. Son una combinación de cuatro poderosas sales minerales (bicarbonato sódico, bicarbonato potásico, carbonato cálcico y carbonato magnesico) cuyo propósito es mantener el diseño alcalino del cuerpo de dentro afuera y de fuera adentro

¿Cómo saber en qué estado estamos?

tiras ph2Hay una manera muy sencilla para poder comprobarlo. Evidentemente si nos encontramos mal, tenemos alguna dolencia o estamos sufriendo alguna enfermedad de cualquier tipo será evidente que estamos acidificados, pero muchas veces no tenemos ningún síntoma.

La manera más sencilla es testárselo uno mismo en casa con unas tiras de papel que son especiales para medir el nivel de Ph tanto de la Saliva como de la orina. Las tiras son fáciles de encontrar y son baratas.

El Ph de la saliva puede variar mucho más, sin embargo el de la orina es más estable, y por lo tanto es más fiable testar la orina, ya que nos indicará el nivel de Ph de nuestros tejidos. El Ph de la orina también puede variar en respuesta directa a lo que comemos y bebemos. Lo ideal es testar la primera orina de la mañana ya que ésta nos indicará cual es nuestro estilo de vida por lo menos de las últimas 24h. También es conveniente  testar el Ph de la Saliva nada más levantarnos, antes de ingerir nada. Si vemos que sale ácido lo podemos corregir inmediatamente tomando un poquito de algunos alimentos extra alcalinizantes; almendras, brócoli, pepino, espárragos o aguacate.

El Ph debería estar idealmente en 7’2 o por encima, si está por debajo de 7, sabremos que estamos ácidos. También se puede ir comprobando nuestro estado después de cada comida para ver como estamos.

Los resultados no son definitivos.

¿Por qué la alimentación ecológica favorece un estado alcalino?

Favorece la alcalinidad porque no tiene pesticidas ni otros elementos químicos, y los pesticidas son tóxicos para nuestro cuerpo y por ende acidifican. Además de que la alimentación ecológica tiene muchos más nutrientes ya que la tierra dónde crecen está menos empobrecida y menos explotada que las tierras dónde se cultivan masivamente.

¿Por qué el equilibrio emocional favorece un estado alcalino?

Quienes deseen recuperar su salud o simplemente mejorarla y luego mantenerla deberán motivarse apropiadamente en todos los sentidos, en la manera de comer, beber y en especial la manera de PENSAR. El estar alcalino es un estilo de vida.

La parte del pensamiento incluye los procesos de pensamiento, sistemas de creencias, salud psicológica, bienestar emocional, nivel de conciencia personal, las actitudes, sentimientos y comportamiento.

Las emociones pueden provocar aún más acidez que lo que comes o bebes. Las emociones negativas provienen de muchos sitios y tienen muchas formas. Las emociones negativas incluyen pensamientos, sentimientos, experiencias, memorias conscientes e inconscientes, sueños. Problemas de la vida. Todos ellos causan “estrés” y el estrés genera mucho ácido en el cuerpo.

Por eso es importante trabajarse todos estos aspectos. Lo que ingerimos, bebemos y nuestras emociones, son importantes para recuperar nuestro equilibrio interior. Evidentemente, si no cuidamos el aspecto mental, emocional y espiritual, solucionando nuestros conflictos como la falta de autoestima, el orgullo, ira, miedos, etc, difícilmente alcanzaremos ese estado alcalino y también nos costará mantenerlo.

Además los pensamientos negativos consumen muchísima más energía que los positivos, agotando por ende, el cuerpo.

Así es como entenderíamos que las emociones negativas pueden llegar a enfermarnos, ya que provocan por sí mismas, ese estado acidificado tan negativo.

¿Por qué la práctica del deporte favorece un estado alcalino?


pareja-corriendoEl ejercicio nos hace respirar y obtener oxigeno, y hace que sudemos.
 Moviliza el sistema linfático. Y al hacerlo nos ayuda a estar alcalinos y a mantenernos así.

El ejercicio nos permite eliminar las toxinas del cuerpo, eliminar la acidez del tejido graso. También es importante para fortalecernos y ganar flexibilidad,  para fortalecer el sistema cardiovascular, los huesos y las articulaciones. Mejora el metabolismo, la presión sanguínea, equilibra el nivel de triglicéridos en sangre y los niveles de insulina.

¿Por qué el contacto con la naturaleza favorece un estado alcalino?

bosque-frondosoEn verdad, lo que necesitamos para vivir es sol, agua, sal y clorofila. En la naturaleza hay mucho más oxigeno y el oxigeno es necesario para la vida. En un entorno con oxigeno el ambiente está cargado de iones negativos y como decía Dan Winter, es un entorno mucho más fractalizado. En las ciudades hay menos oxigeno, y hay todo tipo de contaminación, no solo por los coches, sino por las ondas que circulan de todo tipo,  de las torres de telefonía móvil, wifis, entramado eléctrico, calefacciones, etc..

Todo ello contribuye a mantener un entorno cargado con iones positivos (cuando llueve es al revés, los iones son negativos). Y este entorno favorece la acidificación. Además en la naturaleza, hay menos ruido y favorece la tranquilidad. En las ciudades hay tanto ruido que es difícil no estresarnos.


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The Plan for Perfect Happiness (pH)

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“The art of medicine consists of amusing the patient while nature cures the disease.”  Voltaire

“From my own professional experience I have discovered that the art of medicine and true healing is deeply listening to, and sincerely caring for your patients to support nature as she cures the disease.”  Mitchell A. Fleisher, M.D., D.Ht.

The medical world has been looking for a remedy to cure disease, notwithstanding the obvious fact that nature needs no remedy.  She needs only the an opportunity to exercise her own prerogative of self-healing to self-cures!  There are NO medical cures for disease!  All medical treatments are man-made and the philosophies of men and NOT of God or nature!   The subconscious builds health or disease according to our order from what we eat, what we drink, what we think and what we feel.

If we send impulses of irritation, discontent, unhappiness, complaining, hate, envy, selfishness, greed, lust, and the biggest one of all pride, the subconscious builds us in the image of OUR ORDER!

Today may YOU send impulses of alkaline food, alkaline drink, alkalizing faith, love and hope to your subconscious!

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Have a beautiful day full of love, hope and pH.  The pH is an acronym which stands for perfect health and perfect happiness.  The pH Miracle lifestyle and diet is your Plan of Happiness (pH)!

In love and healing light,

Dr. Robert O. Young

The pH Secret to . . . Health and Life!

108 Not a Diet a Lifestyle

Our blood carries oxygen, nutrients and our life force to every part of our body. We have over 70 trillion cells that make up every part of us. Each and every part of us can only be as healthy as our blood. It is our blood that is constantly working and rebuilding every organ and every part of us. You see our blood cells make organ, tissue, bone, brain, all body cells. In essence we are our blood. We are designed after conception from one drop of our mother’s blood and from this liquid alkaline fluid grows a lung, a tongue and a heart and into a fetus. Our body relies on our blood for rejuvenation and well being, so how are our choices affecting our health? Everything we eat, drink, ingest, think, feel and believe shows up in our blood. Our physical and emotional bodies are a true and direct reflection of what is going on inside of us. Our body’s optimum health is reached and supported in an alkaline state verses an acidic state. When our body shows signs of discomfort including simple things like casual pain, cramps, stiffness or other dysfunctional symptoms and experiences, it has reached an extended state of acidity.In 1912 Alexis Carrel, a famous French physiologist, researcher at the Rockefeller Institute, New York and Noble laureate removed an unhatched chicken embryo and placed it in fresh nutrient medium (alkalinity) in a pyrex flask dish. He transferred the tissue every forty-eight hours, during which time it double in size and had to be trimmed before being moved to its new flask with the same saline solution with proper alkaline minerals. When he stopped changing the solution after 20 years the heart died. The secret on Carrel’s chicken heart surviving for 20 years lies in the knowledge that the cell is only as healthy as the fluids it is bathed in. Carrel’s experiment brought us to modern physiology which says; “the composition of the body fluids that bathe the outside of the cells must be controlled very exactly from moment to moment and day to day, with no single important constituent ever varying more than a few percent.” (Alexis Carrel and Charles Lindbergh: The Culture of Organs 1938).

7 pH StripsWe have a pH number just as we have a preferred blood pressure number. Our blood has a pH of 7.365 as well as other parts of our body having their own pH number. By measuring the pH of our saliva we can determine the condition of our alkaline reserves and through measuring the pH of our urine first thing in the morning before we eat or drink anything helps monitor the condition of our organs. It’s an indicator showing if they were bathed in alkalinity all night to heal or in acidity thus creating illness. Dr Otto Warburg understood the relationship between oxygen and the pH of our body. He determined that cancer thrives in an environment that has a pH of 6 or lower. His research proves that cancer cannot live in an oxygen rich and an alkaline rich environment with a ph of 7 or higher. He won the Novel Prize in Medicine for this in 1932. Current day leaders such as Dr. Robert Young of the pH Miracle Center extended this information to show that it’s best for our saliva and urine pH to be 7.2 or higher in a healthy body. 10 Body pH Levels

By design we are 80% alkaline (blood, organs, tissues, muscles and all body fluids) and by our bodily functions we produce a 20% metabolic acidic waste. Our bodies know how to handle this 80/20 ratio but when the scales are tipped too far we find ourselves in a state of not feeling well. Often our four channels of elimination (urination, defecation, lymphatics and breathing) become over worked, saturated, congested or back up with acidity.

Emotions and OrgansRemember too, that thoughts, feelings and emotions can produce 2-3x more acid than an acidic food or beverage. The preferred way these toxins exit the body is through our connective tissue and lymphatic system. But when overload happens we become sluggish and waste is not discarded fast enough or properly. This creates physical, emotional and mental issues and symptoms. Symptoms are our body’s way of communicating to us. As long as the body remains in an acidic state we’ll continue to experience disharmony from our natural state of being in various forms of discomfort, illness and dis-ease (distance from our natural state of ease). It shows up in a variety of ‘problems’ as simple as a cold, flus and mood swings or more complicated issues likes viruses, breathing difficulties, allergies, hormonal issues, lymphatic, digestive and endocrine problems, skin sensitivities, sinus issues, swelling, headaches, bowel issues like IBS or in the form of other more severe issues. 94 Lemon Cucumber Drink

Our body uses its own language, physical, mental and emotional symptoms in order to cue us into making changes for our own well-being. For when the causes are reversed the symptoms are naturally eliminated, the body is programmed for self healing. To help your body and mind return to its natural healthy state, weight, shape and vitality consider pH Nutritional Microscopy and integrating an alkaline lifestyle. Learn how to revitalize and enhance your own health and vitality… the ARE way, “Alkalize Realize Energize”. It’s a self care to health care!



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Donna Porteous, 
pH Nutritional Microscopist
donnadporteous@gmail.com




An Acidic Lifestyle and Diet Leads to Diabetes, Heart Disease and Cancer

95% of ALL sickness and disease is caused by what you eat, what you drink and what you think.  5% of ALL sickness and disease is caused by genetics which is expressed or triggered by what you eat, what you drink and what you think.  100% of ALL sickness and disease is caused by what you eat, what you drink and what you think.  Therefore all sickness and disease is caused by the over-acidificaiton of the blood and then tissues due to an inverted way of living, eating, drinking and thinking.

The prevention of ALL sickness and disease is achieved by following an alkaline lifestyle and diet.  It is that simple.

The following video was produced by Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta to educate people in re-thinking their acidic lifestyles and diet or eating living and eating habits.

The video depicts a man whose life “flashes right before his very eyes, unhealthy acidic dis-ease causing habits and all,” Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta posted online. “You’ll get a shocking sneak peek into the future to see what life might be like for a child who carries unhealthy acidic lifestyle and eating habits into his adulthood.”  The choices parents teach their child today become the habits they will take into their adulthood with all the associated dis-eases!

What is the one toxic acidic living, eating or drinking habit you wished you never picked up?

Please watch and share the following video:

Here is what acidic school lunches looks like around the World which are making our children sick, tired and fat!

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The Blood Jerk Reaction – A Rise In The Alkaline pH of The Blood! What Does IT Really Mean?

A rise in the alkalinity of the blood above pH 7.365 (alkaline phosphate)—any rise—is a result or a compensatory reaction due to over-acidity in body tissues as the blood attempts to maintain pH balance. There is no exception for the rule of alkalinity. The body will ALWAYS overcompensate for the excess acidity in the tissues by over-alkalizing the blood to maintain homeostasis. I call this the “teeter-totter” effect. Along comes the traditional medical attendant and perceives that there is too much alkalinity, when really there is not.

This is an important concept to grasp, so let’s oversimplify a bit. The tissues have become acidic. The blood “knows” that. So, it pours out extra alkalinity or alkaline phosphate into the blood and the blood pH spikes up to a higher than normal pH. It’s like when we get the bejeebers scared out of us by something innocent, we over-react. When suddenly alarmed, a person might scream, holler, faint, get mad, strike out, drop the vase, kick the dog, or even have a heart attack. The blood does the same thing. A knee-jerk reaction…well, actually, a blood-jerk reaction.

Alternatively, how many times have you heard of a car going off the shoulder of the road and the driver over-reacts, jerks the wheel back, and flies into the other lane of oncoming traffic. It happens all the time. Incidentally, if that does happen to you, you’re better off not to interfere. Stay on the shoulder. Let the wheel stay there for a moment. Slow the car down. But don’t overreact.

Mainstream medicine, not understanding the cause of the excessive alkalinity pouring into the body, may try to stop the rushing over-alkalization. But that’s the wrong move. We’re better off not to interfere.

Once more. When your little boy falls down, sees mama going out the door, or is scared of the boogey man, what happens? He not only cries, but how often do we see a child go into a big, fat over-reaction? Sometimes, they really get worked up. It’s a natural over-reaction to a typical situation.

Now it’s Dad’s turn to over-react. Along comes Dad and says to keep quiet, shut-up, don’t be such a little sissy, put a lid on it, grow up, stop that crying, OR ELSE…

Since I have digressed to make a point, I may as well digress all the way. Wrong move, Dad. If you do that often enough, the message you send to your child is don’t have feelings, don’t express your feelings, you are not acceptable, don’t act like a child even though you are a child, and don’t be who you are. So don’t over-react Dad. Better to let the child get it out, stay in the room, validate their feelings, and use a little Active Listening (www.gordontraining.com). Strong feelings can come and go…or come and stay. If you’re really klutzy, you could be orchestrating chronic emotional issues for a lifetime. Gee, thanks Dad.

Now, back to your blood. Tissues are acid. Here comes a flood of alkalinity—even so much that the pH rises and concerns the western medical establishment. But whatever it was that caused the pH to over-react must be understood. Acidic tissues mean problems ahead, correct? Not only do we need alkalinity but lots of it. The acid tissues will soon even out the rise in blood pH, and we will need additional alkalinity to wipe out the acidic tissue problem.

Liver cancer is not a disease of alkalinity but a disease of acidity. The body uses the calcium of the bones as well as other buffers (bicarbonate, hemoglobin, sodium, etc.) to chelate acidity! That is why there are always microcalcifications in the liver before the liver cancer tumor shows up. Why prior to the tumor? Because the body will always try to protect and preserve itself by buffering acids with the alkalinity of calcium. The bones are always affected in any cancer because the bones are an excellent source for calcium.So is liver cancer the disease? No.

Then is the loss of bone mass the disease or the calcium deposits in the liver the disease. NO?

Is the increase in the alkaline phosphates the disease? NO! NO!

These are all symptoms, not diseases!

Then the disease must be the over-acidity? Well yes, and well no.

Then what is the disease? The “yes” part I call acidosis or hyperacidity. That is an acceptable term for the condition. But it is really much more. The “no” part is that it’s more than acidity. It’s a psychological disorder. It’s a sociological malaise. It’s a cultural-anthropological phenomenon. And once people understand the truth and the scientific foundation of New Biology, and once people understand the science of what I have been writing about for two the better part of two decades, it may than become to be understood as a “moral disease” as well.

And why is that, you ask? Is committing suicide a moral issue? Well, yes. Is drinking yourself to death a moral issue? Well, yes. Is allowing your children to become obese flying in the face of natural law? Well, yes, assuming you are aware of what’s happening and have other options.

If you say “yes” to these last few questions, then we are looking at a very, complex psychological, sociological, cultural, biological and moral phenomenon. Once you know and believe that over-acidity causes every disease and most dis-ease, then to ignore that fact is a form of suicide. When you eat poorly, you pull the trigger every day of your life, and eventually, the gun fires. The bullet might hit you square in the head like a massive heart attack, or it may kill you more slowly like a cancer, or it may simply put you in a fog for the next 15 years like Alzheimer’s or dementia.

This “disease-phenomenon” is an inverted way of living, eating and thinking!!! Yes, this is the cause of ALL disease—ALL that disturbs the central balance of organized matter that leads to excess acidity. It is ALL that leads to increases in alkaline phosphates. It is ALL micro-calcifications in the liver, ALL liver tumors, ALL liver cancer and ALL potential bone cancer!!!!

First, we must understand that ALL of the above sicknesses and diseases are NOT sicknesses or diseases but a symptom of Acidosis and catarrh that has built up in the blood and tissues that has significantly effected the white blood cells’ ability (the janitorial and garbage collectors for the blood and tissues) to remove metabolic acids and morbid matter. When we are dealing with any symptom or any effect, we need to look to the cause. To understand the cause is not difficult nor is the understanding of the treatment. “New Biology” explains the cause and effect of all sickness and disease in addition to explaining how to improve the quality and quantity of life.For example, enervation (the deprivation of force or strength) and muscle weakness per se is not a disease. Weakness, or lost power, is not a disease; but, by causing a flagging of the elimination of tissue-waste which is toxic, the blood becomes charged with acids.

I call this Acidosis—poison in the blood and tissues. This is disease and when the toxin accumulates beyond the toleration point, a crisis takes place. This means that the poison or acid is being eliminated—often through the skin, the third kidney. We can call this disease, but it is not. The only disease is systemic Acidosis which localizes in the weakest parts of our body.

And what we call disease is symptoms produced by the forced vicarious elimination of acids through the mucous membrane. When the elimination takes place through the mucous membrane of the nose, it is called a cold—catarrh of the nose. And where these crises are repeated for years, the mucous membrane thickens and ulcerates, and the bones enlarge, closing the passages. At this stage, hay fever or asthma develops. When the throat and tonsils, or any of the respiratory passages, become the seat of the crises of acidity, we have croup, tonsillitis, pharyngitis, laryngitis, bronchitis, asthma, pneumonia, etc.

When the acids locate in the cranial cavity we have dementia, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, muddle thinking, forgetfulness, and even depression. When the acids locate in the gastrointestinal tract we have IBS, gastrointestinal dysmotility, au