Updated: Oct 29, 2022
Cells throughout our bodies are multi-functional. Some work like miniature electrical generators or lithium batteries. They all breath like a lung to bring in intelligent nutrients and remove toxic waste products. Cells are also manufacturing plants that synthesize hormones, neurotransmitters, proteins and life force. These cellular engines also communicate like a wireless fiber-optic network 24 hours a day. There is no way our conscious minds could control the extraordinarily complex tasks of manufacturing, storage, repair, communication, transportation, policing, waste disposal, administration, food production, temperature control, and pH balancing that constantly occurs to maintain health and vitality of the human body. The communication within this vital cellular network must have good reception to transmit and receive messages, and this is highly dependent upon pH within the blood, vital organs, and the interstitial fluids - which reside within the largest organ in the human body - the interstitium. Your intestinal cell phone talks to the skin. Your spleen cell phone talks to the thymus. Your heart cell phone talks to the liver. All organs and systems work in unison. No organ or system works alone, just as no nutrient works alone. And the regulatory authority that controls these cell processes is pH! The pH of your tissues and body fluids affects whether or not the by-products of dead cells, bacterial, fungal, and viral waste, decaying food particles, and chemicals are cleansed from your body effectively. The state of your health has a direct correlation to the inner cleanliness (or dirtiness) of your blood and interstitial fluids. The closer the blood pH is to 7.35 - 7.45, the higher your level of health and well being and your ability to resist states of disease and the onset of symptomologies. The pH scale is like a thermometer showing increases and decreases in the acid and alkaline content of these fluids. Deviations above or below a 7.35 -7.45 pH range in the blood can signal potentially serious and dangerous symptoms or states of disease. When the body can no longer effectively neutralize and eliminate the acidic wastes, it relocates them within the body’s extra-cellular fluids and connective tissue cells. This directly compromises cellular integrity, creating a vicious self-feeding circle.
When pH is acidic, the detox pathways in your body stop flowing. Your liver then pushes blood acid residues and accumulated toxins into your outer extremities as a storage bin away to protect vital organs. The wrist, joints, knees, fingers, toes and skin are the major target areas to keep the toxins from saturating internal vital organs like the heart and lungs.
When the urine pH is tested, there exists a direct correlation to the acidity (or alkalinity) of the blood. Generally speaking, the closer to pH 8.4 we can maintain our urine readings (through diet and supplementation) the more alkaline in the proper range our blood will be. While a precise measurement of our blood pH can only be determined by a blood pH test, urine pH tests are a convenient way of gauging the alkalinity of our blood and the direct correlation it has to do with health.
Indeed the entire metabolic process depends on a balanced pH. As more acid wastes back up, and the body slowly stews in its poisonous wastes, a chronically over acidic body pH corrodes body tissue, slowly eating into the 60,000 miles of our veins and arteries like acid eating into marble. This is what science calls hemorrhage. If left unchecked, it will interrupt all cellular activities and functions from the beating of your heart to the neuro firing of your brain. Over acidification interferes with life itself, leading to all sickness and “dis-ease.” Fundamentally, all regulatory mechanisms, including breathing, ingestion, circulation, hormone production, neurotransmitter release, etc., serve the purpose of balancing pH by removing cells. When you eat food, it ferments, just the way a banana on your counter ferments from a green, to yellow, to brown, to black. The banana rots from the inside out, not from the outside in. That is why humans can look healthy from the outside but are rotting and decaying from the inside. The medical community refers to this as degenerative disease. These morbid microforms produce potent acidic by-products, which further compromise pH and create disruption in the body’s biosystem. This process can involve further morbidity through bacteria, yeast, fungus and mold with subsequent serious life-threatening symptomologies. It is reasonable to say that disease comes from the inside out and that the terrain or environment of the body is the catalyst for the development and progression of all disease, although this does not preclude the contributing factors from external circumstances such as trauma, airborne microforms, air pollution, radiation, chemicals and drugs. These all provide negative acidic impressions but “dis-ease” arises within the cell in response to these impressions. 7 Bodily Responses That Fight To Maintain pH All metabolic processes, including immunity, depend on a delicately balanced pH, which harmonizes electromagnetic energies. The body constantly fights to maintain a blood pH at around 7.35 -7.45 much like our internal thermostat that tries to maintain a 98.6-degree body temperature. There are seven homeostatic adaptation responses that fight to maintain this pH balance. 1) Using high pH bodily fluids such as water as a solvent to neutralize acid residues. 2) Pulling bicarbonate from the pancreas into the blood (an alkalizing agent). Bicarbonate ions are generated into the blood cells from carbon dioxide and diffuse into the plasma. 3) Protein buffers of glutathione, methionine, cystine, taurine, just to name a few, act as buffers intracellularly to bind or neutralize acids during cellular disorganization. 4.) Electrolyte buffers of sodium, calcium and potassium work in the blood, lymph, and extra-cellular and intracellular fluids to bind acids, which are then removed through the urine. 5.) Pulling stored calcium and magnesium from skeletal bones and teeth to neutralize blood acids. 6.) Filtration and elimination of acidic residues through the skin, urinary tract and respiration. 7.) Pushing blood acid residues and accumulated toxins into outer extremities as a storage bin away from vital organs. The wrist, joints, fingers, toes and skin are the major target areas to keep the toxins from saturating internal vital organs like the heart and lungs. When all seven-protection phases are overwhelmed, the end result is accumulated acid residues at the cellular level, which drown out oxygen. With this acidic, low oxygen terrain, the microzymas (small ferments) trigger morbid microbe infiltration of fungus, molds and parasites, cancer cells, etc., where they seek the diseased acid terrain as food. (Note: The term "microzyma" was created by Antoine Bechamp. These are small living components of cells which biologically transform in what is called pleomorphism). A live blood cell analysis will inform you of this fact with your very own eyes. As these organisms feed, they produce waste just like you do. Their urine and feces are called mycotoxins, which are very poisonous to humans. Being acids themselves, mycotoxins greatly worsen the acidity caused by an acidic diet and toxic acid emotions. They are spilled into the blood as well as inside cells, where they cause free radical damage to the genetic material of the cell eventually causing cell death. The dead necrotic cells also spill out acid wastes. The blood poisoning results in more cell and tissue poisoning furthering the disturbance of the microzyma triggering morbid forms of yeast, molds and viruses, which disrupts body chemistry causing disease to the systems. So it’s a vicious cycle. One acid condition creates another. Acidic diet coupled with toxic acid emotions creates an acid pH to the cells. This causes low oxygen levels (hypoxia), which is necessary for keeping back destructive anaerobic microbes and immuno-suppression is the result. Then medical doctors come in and treat the acid condition with another acid (pharmaceuticals). Pharmaceuticals Create Acidity, Not Alkalinity. No pharmaceutical drugs neutralize acids and increase pH. No pharmaceutical drugs address nutritional deficiencies, especially alkaline minerals. No pharmaceutical drugs boost or enhance the immune system. Pharmaceutical drugs are - by nature - destructive, not nutritive or constructive. Pharmaceuticals are acid. How can one treat an acid condition with acid? It is the same as trying to treat a poisoning with a poison. The simple fact is, pharmaceuticals are drugging the symptoms of acidity (due to toxicities) and drugging the symptoms of nutritional deficiencies. Headaches, nausea, fever, skin rashes, brain fog, severe tiredness, gastric bloating, angina pain and dizziness are the body’s intelligent warning signals of a cellular engine problem due to an acidic pH in an organ or system.
So what can we do to combat the environment, electromagnetic radiation, and stress and emotions that are contributing to the acidic nature of our bodies?
By knowing our diet and by using intelligent supplementation such as pHrē Salts. Here is a list of acidic vs. alkaline foods to help you get started!
If you want a real-time picture of what is happening in your body, talk to me about a live nutritional blood analysis. It is the best way to know what to do to feel better, live happier, and function properly. We do not have to suffer without knowing the strategies that will take us out of suffering and into joy. Find answers with your own eyes that are easy to understand. The blood never lies.
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