The concept of pH factor has been known for thousands of years and is based on the theory that human health is directly related and depends on what level of acidity or alkalinity is in the body. If the body is too acidic (there is no balance), there is disorder that manifests in the form of a large number of diseases.
Anti-physiological diets (acidifying food) and physical inactivity, make it so the body creates an acidic environment, poorly stocked with oxygen.Read More
Many doctors and nutritionists believe that the acidic environment in the tissues after long unhealthy foods consumption weakens all body cells and causes many diseases, including cancer. Excessive acidity forces the body to borrow minerals (calcium, sodium, potassium, magnesium …) from vital organs and bones, in order to reduce and neutralize the acidity and eliminate it from the body. By tasteing food we know that it can be acidic (like lemon) or alkaline (like soap). If the pH value of some food is less than 7 then we consider it as the acidic substance and if it is higher than 7, then it is alkaline. Water pH is exactly 7 and it is considered neutral. pH is measured on a scale of 0 – 14. Our body is slightly alkaline and this pH is optimum for maintaining the health and proper body functioning. Imbalance can result with many health problems, both physical and psychological.Read More