Why it is important to Alkalize your Body?

Acidic foods remove from the body the calcium, magnesium, potassium and many other important nutrients, which keep our body alkaline.

Do we daily eat the right amount of mirerals through our diet? Do we daily eat the right amount of wheat grass, barley grass, oat grass, alfalfa, parsley, broccoli, spinach, kale, carrots and many other greens??? Of course NOT! Yet every day our body, our cells are starving. That’s why it is so important to supplement our diet with the propper supplement nutritions.

The products I prefer and recomend are NON GMO, organic, 100% natural, sugar free with natural flavors. I also prefer liquid or spray products which have a way better percentage of absorption in human body.

The acid-base balance

Chemical processes take place in our body without a break. They determine our metabolism, muscle and nerve activity, the constant and critical construction and dismantling operations of cells. To make it as smooth as possible, these fine-chemical processes need to be in a consistent environment. These chemical processes can work in accordance only if the ratio of acids and alkalis in our body’s fluids and cells are in balance. Even a low fluctuation can lead to confusion or malfunction. (In my opinion when I balanced my ph level up to 7.2-7.5 I didn’t really want to eat sugar, meat or any of those processed food that are highly acidic…. just saying….)

What is pH?

PH stands for “Power of Hydrogen”. The scale of pH level is extends from pH 1 (highly acidic) to pH 7 (neutral) through (highly alkaline) pH 14.

The degree of acidity of the body influences the composition of the protein molecule and membrane (cell walls) permeability. In addition, it is responsible for the effectiveness of enzymes and hormones and construction and operation of tissues between the cells. Particularly important is the consistent pH level of blood between 7.36 – 7.44 pH. The gastric requires an acid environment – between pH 1-3, the pancreas around pH 10, a case of alkalinity working best. The pH level of sweat is approx. 5, the stools around 6-7.

With the most ideal nutrition, a balanced lifestyle and proper physical exercises, we can help our body to have the best possible health.

 

*The statements above have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.

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