regaining good health without acid balance is impossible...

How to Say Goodbye to Chronic Pain, Arthritis, Excess Body Fat & Many Other Severe Health Problems

» All disease carries an element of acidosis with it, even a cold or flu.

» Whilst you are made aware of too much stomach acid because of heartburn, etc, you are not necessarily made aware of the damage it causes to other organs.

» There is no organ, not even an individual cell in the body that is not damaged or cannot be completely destroyed by excess acidity

There are many ways of explaining how the body moves between health and illness, and the role of acid (pH) balance has become an effective way of doing it. But what does pH balance mean? Is it part, or all, of the picture of how well or sick you are? Is it a trigger or an end result?

Acid/alkaline levels constantly change as the body is always in the process of generating life, so measuring pH in saliva, urine or blood is unsatisfactory. Your state of health is typically the best barometer of internal balance. 

When people suffer from acidity, (or acidosis), they experience various typical symptoms. Painful joints and muscles are common. A compromised immune system can be another sign. Poor skin, hair and nails are also often part of the picture as is high body fat and wrinkled skin. Weak digestion, wind, constipation, irritable bowel syndrome and spastic colon all signal an acidic state. 

Acidosis develops over time, whereas acute acid attacks come on after indulging in excess food, alcohol and coffee or during very stressful circumstances. Acute attacks have the typical symptoms of lack of energy, poor immunity, reactivation of chronic conditions such as high blood pressure, depression, and various skin conditions. When acidosis becomes chronic so do these ailments, resulting in cardiovascular and blood sugar disorders, obesity, osteoporosis, circulatory and fertility problems, and mood disorders. 

Sick people generally have chronic acidosis and can only overcome this by addressing their pH Balance on a long-term basis. The most common cause of raised acid levels is, believe it or not, lack of water! You need to drink enough water to produce clear urine at least once a day.

Excess acid accumulation and acidosis typically occur as a result of:
» Being overweight and due to lack of exercise
» Heavy metal toxins
» Lack of Oxygen
» Over-indulgence of sugar, alcohol, caffeine and smoking
» Poor diet and insufficient daily water intake
» Physical or physiological Stress
» Too much protein
» Side effects of medication
» Metabolic diseases for example diabetes

The Impact of Acidosis on Your Organs
HEART - The heart is one of the most alkaline-dependant organs in the body. Heartbeat is altered by acid wastes as these wastes rob the blood of proper oxygenation and degeneration of the heart follows. 

STOMACH - Digestive difficulties (belching, bloating, intestinal gas, regurgitation, hiccups, nausea, diarrhoea, constipation), indicate vagus nerve problems and possible hiatal hernia syndrome.

LIVER - Processes acid toxins from the blood and produces numerous alkaline enzymes. The load on the liver is much heavier when acid waste products are constantly floating in the blood. 

PANCREAS - The pancreas is highly dependent on correct alkaline diet. All aspects of its function reduce excess acidity and regulate blood sugar balance. 

KIDNEYS - The kidneys keep blood alkaline and reduce acidity. Kidneys that are overstressed with too much acidity create kidney stones, which are composed of waste acid cells and mineral salts.

LYMPHATIC SYSTEM - Lymph fluid carries nutrition to the cells and removes acid waste products.  Lymph fluid flows best in an alkaline environment. When the body is overly acidic it slows (as does the blood flow rate), creating one of the most chronic, long-term, life-threatening situations. Hindered lymph flow increases tissue acid storage. Not drinking enough purified water will also slow the lymph.

When considering the role of food in creating an acidic environment in the body, we need to think not just about what we choose to eat, but also when we eat, how much we eat at a time and what mood, we were in. Was the food chewed well? Digestion starts in the mouth and is also influenced by the quality & preparation of the food. Poor digestion and acidity go together.

Much emphasis is placed on categorising food as alkaline or acidic. Suffice to say that fruits and vegetables are generally more alkaline than animal protein, with natural whole grains, raw seeds, raw nuts and soft white cheese being somewhere in the middle. Too much protein adds to the body's acid burden (just as too many refined carbohydrates do). Other factors beside diet contribute to an acidic state. Nicotine is one of them and constant stress another. 

The quickest route to de-acidify is to take an alkaline powder, two to three times a day for a few weeks.  It can then be reduced to once a day as a long-term maintenance dose. Sufficient water must be drunk every day if the pH balancing is to be successful.

To short-circuit viral infections, such as colds and flu, drink a lot of water and every two hours take an alkaline formula containing essential alkalising minerals. The chances are you will be much better within 24 hours. Alkaliser has been specifically formulated to overcome excess acidity and acidosis.

Alkaliser & Rheumatic Problems Including Arthritis and Gout
One of the main causes of spinal complaints as well as joint ailments is excess acidity. Arthritic pain is often a result of too much acid accumulation in the body and in particular through painful deposits in the connective tissue. These are known as slag substances and are mainly comprised of salts contained in the acid. Gout is as a result of uric acid salt build up in the base of the big toe. Other salt deposits of the various body acids often affect muscles of the upper back and the neck.

Alkaliser for Athletes & Sportspeople
All sportspeople and athletes can suffer from lactic acid build up through excess training causing painful and sore muscles wherever the accumulation has occurred. To prevent lactic acid build up and prolong training, taking Alkaliser before and even during training will overcome this.

Alkaliser & Weight Loss
Beside reducing the number of fat cells being produced and thus available for fat storage, regular taking of Alkaliser reduces the rate of stomach acid production whilst eating, resulting in a decreased appetite and less hunger. A resultant increase in the body’s ability to metabolise and use fat, ensures ongoing fat (weight) loss. Simply take about 15 minutes before eating.

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