Water Education - Water and Health

Is Your Body's pH Levels an Indicator of Health?

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It has been stated that if the condition of our extracellular fluids, especially the blood, becomes acidic, our physical condition will first manifest tiredness, proneness to catching colds, etc. When these fluids become more acidic, our condition then manifests pain and suffering such as headaches, chest pains, stomach aches, etc.

According to Keiichi Morishita in his Hidden Truth of Cancer, if the Blood develops a more acidic condition, then our body inevitably deposits these excess acidic substances in some areas of the body, thus the blood will not be able to maintain an alkaline condition which causes these areas such as the cells to become acidic which lowers in oxygen. As this tendency continues, such areas increase in acidity and some cells die; these dead cells then turn themselves into acids.


However, some other cells may adapt to that environment. In other words, instead of dying - as normal cells do in an acid environment - some cells survive by becoming abnormal cells. These abnormal cells are called malignant cells. Malignant cells do not correspond with brain function or with our own DNS memory code.

Why should we be concerned about pH levels? Since most of the body is water-based (50-60%), the pH level has profound effects on all body chemistry, health, and disease. All regulatory mechanisms (including breathing, circulation, digestion, hormonal production) serve the purpose of balancing pH, by removing caustic metabolized acid residues from body tissues without damaging living cells. If the pH deviates too far to the acid side or too far to the alkaline side, cells become poisoned by their own toxic waste and die.

Just as acid rain can destroy a forest and alkaline wastes can pollute a lake; an imbalanced pH can corrode all body tissue and slowly eat into the 60,000 miles of veins and arteries like corrosives eating into marble. If left unchecked, an imbalanced pH will interrupt all cellular activities and functions, from the beating of your heart to the neural firing of your brain.

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