What is pH and how does it relate to my body

What is pH?  A simple way to understand this process is to think of the blood in your body as you would the water in a swimming pool. When we are acidic, our bloodstream is full of impurities just like the green murky pool. When our bodies are alkaline,our bloodstream is clean and pure like the clear pool.

“The first thought of any doctor who treats any kind of disease should be: what is the pH of this patient?”

- Dr. Carson E. Pierce

Pool water is tested frequently to keep the water clean for healthy swimming conditions. Based on many variables, the pH in a pool changes on a regular basis, as it does in the human body. The weather, temperature, and particles that fall into the water can affect it, but routine testing and pH adjustments can bring the water back to a safe level in which to swim. The same concept applies for the body pH levels and overall health of a person.

If you suffer from any of the symptoms below, your body pH may be out of balance & these could be signs of an overly acidic body.

  • allergies
  • acid reflux/heartburn
  • digestive ailments
  • arthritis
  • weight gain
  • difficulty concentrating
  • stiffness in joints
  • headaches
  • premature aging
  • depression
  • insomnia
  • loss of motivation
  • inability to lose weight
  • candida overgrowth
  • dull, thinning hair
  • osteoporosis
  • unexplained fatigue
  • low body temperature
  • fungal infections
  • skin conditions
  • cardiovascular disease
  • hormonal problems
  • recurrent infections
  • weak immune system

Balancing the pH in your body is one of the most important wellness factors you can control. Your overall health and immunity are optimal when your body pH is Balanced. To prevent further damage to your system, start Building Balance today with pH Thrive.

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