We hear many things about how dangerous being acidic is, and many patients ask me if it is true or not. Should I try to be more alkaline they ask? I think the answer to that question is yes and this explains my reasons why!
So please read about the dangers of being too acidic and how you can find that balance by changing your diet. You will improve your health as a result of these changes.
8 Benefits of Having a Balanced Body pH:
Did you know that the water fish swim in needs to be the correct pH for them to live? Also, plants flourish when the soil is at the right pH level. Life only exists where there’s a balance, and your body is regulated by pH! Are you too acidic?
Check Out This List of Symptoms of Being Too Acidic
Unhealthy Skin, Nails and Hair:
Teeth and Mouth Issues:
Eyes, Head and General Body:
Nerves and Emotions:
If you are in an overly acidic condition, you can weaken the body, and it can become dangerous. Our body requires a slightly alkaline state to function well. Blood, for example, needs to be 7.4 pH. A shift in blood pH of just 0.2 can result in death. The body does not want to die, and because it is smarter, then we realise it compensates for this. It is forced to borrow minerals (calcium, sodium, potassium and magnesium) from vital organs and bones to neutralise the acid. A condition of high acidity may go undetected for years, causing the body to suffer prolonged damage.
So How Do We Balance Our pH?
So your diet needs to be reasonably alkaline – for it to be energising and to get all the benefits mentioned above. Diet is the safest way to balance your acidity. If your diet is not what it should be, you can also add alkaline water.
If you have any more questions then please free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit my Facebook Page at My Crohn's Doctor.
Yours in Health and Wellness
My Crohn's Doctor
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