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What is pH?
The pH ("hydrogen potential") is a measure of the acidity or alkalinity of a liquid. The measurement ranges from 0 to 14, and 7 is a neutral medium or point. According to the agreement, acidity increases by 7-0 and alkalinity increases by 7-14. The ideal blood pH is generally slightly alkaline, about 7.35-7.38.
Where does the acid problem come from?
Acid base balance is a fragile stable state, which is very important for health. It is a process based on a balance between nutrition and proper eradication:
- Our food processing ("digestion, absorption") produces metabolic waste, most of which is acid, similar to the North American diet. The body will be removed from its alkaline mineral storage to neutralize the acid before disposal.
- If there is little alkaline reserve in the organism, imbalance will occur and acidification will be formed.
The most common symptom of excess acidity
- Charging language
- Chronic digestion, constipation and gastric burn
- Headache, fatigue
- The eyes are surrounded, the skin is pale and the skin is pale
- Doping demand
- Infection trend
Tips for adjusting pH balance
Your diet choice
General rule: ideally, eat 75% alkaline food and 25% acid food.
- Very alkaline: green leafy vegetables, fine grass and other vegetables of various colors.
- Slightly alkalized: fresh fruits, berries, natural dairy products.
- Slightly acidified: beans, walnuts and seeds.
- High acidity: meat, cereal products, gaseous drinks, malt food, caffeine.
Physical activity increases the respiratory rate of the heart, helps to remove carbon dioxide from the lung, activates internal cleaning, thus promoting the recovery of pH balance and revitalizing the organism. In addition, exudation caused by intense exercise leads to the disposal of acid waste from the skin.