Part 1. The Role of pH and Healthy Living.
Introduction: Acid pH & Toxic Waste
Virtually all cellular functions are sensitive to alteration of the pH balance of fluids. This is especially true of connective tissue. The metabolic processes depend on a precisely balanced pH value of 7.14 to 7.40 within cellular spaces. When the range becomes too acidic, then the acid toxicity begins to permeate the tissues of the body. This environment encourages the growth of degenerative disease.
When connective tissue cells die, they close the critical bridges and passageways between various physiological systems and the rest of the cells and organs of the body. Such an effect can be disastrous. Indeed, when these bridges are closed, less nutrients are supplied and it is difficult to remove wastes. This causes the plumbing to back up on itself, dumping acids back into the blood stream and other critical organs.
As more and more acid is accumulated and storage capacity is exhausted, the body slowly begins to stew in its own acidic poisonous wastes and degenerative disease thrives. Without warning, acid wastes begin to silently accumulate in cells and organs. The damage caused is compounded daily, becoming more aggressive and deadly over time.
An acid pH is so destructive that it is considered the seed bed of gout, ulcers, colitis. acid reflux, blemishes and acne, cancer, immune system deficiencies and neurological dysfunction. The imbalance of body pH, causing toxic acid wastes, is the real threat, the silent killer, because it is the beginning of so many deadly diseases that impact our organs such as the kidneys, liver, pancreas and gall bladder.
The key to understanding pH is simple: pH, or the degree of acidity and alkalinity of a solution is measured on a logarithmic scale of 1 to 14. Anything with a pH value of less than 7.0 is considered acidic. The lower the number of pH. the greater the acidity. The higher the number of pH, the greater the degree of alkalinity or baseness. Anything with a pH of greater than 7.0 is considered alkaline or base.
Oven cleaner with a pH of 13.0 is more alkaline or base than water in the Great Salt Lake, which has a pH value of 10.0. Neutral solutions have a pH of 7.0 [-log(10.0). The blood prefers a slightly alkaline solution of 7.4 and if it drops below this for any length of time, you will die.
Figure 2. Range of pH Values.
pH = 1 to 6.99
pH = 7.0
pH = 7.01 - 14.0
What actually is being measured here is the amount of free hydrogen ions (H+) in solution: free H+ combines with certain heavy metals to form acids. Therefore, acidic solutions have greater free H+ concentration potentials than those that are base or alkaline (concentration > 10-7 M). Alkaline solutions have less free H+ concentration potentials (concentration < 10-7 M), but greater than OH- concentration potentials which combine with metals to form bases or alkalines.
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