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The Mediterranean Diet is recognized by the medical community as a healthy, wholesome choice that will Alkaline water and a sensible diet are just as effective as PPI drugs for reflux – without side effects lead to better health outcomes for people who adopt it. A new study just released shows that combining a Mediterranean Diet with alkaline water can do even more: People with Acid Reflux can get relief from their symptoms by switching to the Mediterranean diet and drinking alkaline water. The best news of all? By making the switch to a healthy diet and alkaline water, people with acid reflux can avoid taking dangerous Proton Pump Inhibitor... Read More »

By Leo McDevitt on Tuesday, October 03, 12:27 PM America/Los_Angeles

A healthy body maintains a naturally alkaline pH balance, all on it’s own. But many people, particularly middle aged Your pH balance affects your heart, lungs and other vital organs people face health challenges that can result from a breakdown in the body’s ability to regulate its pH balance. So what is a healthy pH balance? Different parts of the body have different pH levels. Some parts, such as your stomach and skin, have a naturally acidic pH balance. Other parts of your body, such as your saliva, have a naturally alkaline balance. Your blood pH is very closely regulated by your body, it stays in the  range of 7.35 to 7.45, except in... Read More »

By Leo McDevitt on Tuesday, December 29, 11:47 AM America/Los_Angeles

Metabolic acidosis is a condition where blood pH temporarily drops to unsafe levels. Alkaline water and diet – Protection against kidney disease. Normally the body corrects metabolic acidosis all by itself. But research now shows that the body’s way of compensating for metabolic acidosis comes at a price: Kidney disease. Thankfully, there is a way to prevent or slow the progression of kidney disease – reduce body acidity by eating alkaline foods and drinking alkaline water. Check Yourself: Do you have metabolic acidosis? Metabolic Acidosis is Destroying your Kidneys The body’s ability to buffer acids declines as we age. Normally,... Read More »

By Leo McDevitt on Wednesday, August 19, 11:51 AM America/Los_Angeles

Low urine pH is a factor in many health problems such as metabolic syndrome, yeast infections, gout, and many more. You can raise your urine pH naturally with alkaline water and foods While there are many factors to those health problems that you can’t control, you can control your urine pH. You can raise your urine pH naturally by eating alkalizing foods and drinking ionized alkaline water. If your body struggles with maintaining its pH balance, then eating an alkaline diet and drinking alkaline water may help you, but first you need to find out if you have health problems that are linked to low urine pH in the first place. Click here to learn... Read More »

By Leo McDevitt on Wednesday, August 05, 11:47 AM America/Los_Angeles

How come it seems like younger people can eat anything they want, but even mildly spicy foods can send many middle aged and older folks rushing to the medicine cabinet for an antacid? It’s because the body’s ability to maintain a healthy pH balance declines as we age. A healthy pH balance gets harder to maintain as you age This makes middle-aged and older people more susceptible to a condition called metabolic acidosis. Metabolic acidosis is a temporary condition that occurs when the body’s pH balance drops to unhealthy levels. It has been linked to the progression of many diseases, and some research suggests that it can contribute to premature... Read More »

By Leo McDevitt on Tuesday, May 12, 11:43 AM America/Los_Angeles

Do you often feel tired and out of breath? Find yourself breathing rapidly after light exercise, but still feel like you’re suffocating? These are symptoms of metabolic acidosis, a potentially dangerous condition you should not ignore. Alkaline water also helps you maintain a healthy pH balance and avoid metabolic acidosis Metabolic acidosis is a temporary condition where your blood pH drops to dangerously low levels. A healthy body can compensate, but If you are older, or have health challenges, your body may not be able to compensate for the acidity. If this happens to you frequently, you need to take action. To fight metabolic acidosis, you... Read More »

By Leo McDevitt on Wednesday, March 05, 15:02 PM America/Los_Angeles

Your body maintains it’s blood pH in a narrow range pH of 7.35 – 7.45. If your blood pH drops too low, your body reacts to adjust it by excreting excess acids in the urine, or by robbing your bones of calcium to buffer those acids. Many alkaline water health advocates have claimed that drinking alkaline water can raise your blood pH, only to be attacked by skeptics who claim you can’t alter your blood pH with food or water. A new clinical study called “Hydrogen-Rich Water Affected Blood Alkalinity in Physically Active Men” proves the skeptics wrong. Alkaline water raises blood pH within the normal pH range for blood Within the normal... Read More »

By Leo McDevitt on Monday, February 24, 11:47 AM America/Los_Angeles

Metabolic acidosis is a temporary condition where the blood pH drops to dangerously low levels. Respiratory acidosis, the most common form of metabolic acidosis, occurs when you are out of breath. In this state, there is too much CO2 in your blood, and your lungs can’t discharge all of it. You feel out of breath because the excess CO2 prevents your blood hemoglobin from picking up oxygen. You can also become too acidic from stress, the food you eat and the liquids you drink. Your body tries to rid itself of acidity in this state through the urine. If there is too much acidity for your kidneys to handle, your body will steal calcium from your... Read More »

By Leo McDevitt on Friday, February 08, 12:05 PM America/Los_Angeles

Metabolic Syndrome Linked to low urine pH As urine pH decreases, the number of metabolic syndrome symptoms increase Metabolic syndrome is a constellation of modern day physiological screw-ups, it is considered to be a factor in obesity,  hypertension and  kidney stones. A large, recently completed study has documented an important new finding in the fight against metabolic syndrome – sufferers also have low urinary pH. People with low urine pH often have higher amounts of calcium in their urine, which significantly increases their risk of developing kidney stones. The above chart shows clearly that as urine pH gets lower, the number of metabolic... Read More »

By Leo McDevitt on Tuesday, September 20, 9:39 AM America/Los_Angeles