Bottled  Water

Acid or Alkaline?

ACIDIC WATER -A water condition which has a   pH lower than 7.0
ALKALINE WATER - A water condition which has a  
pH higher than 7.0

Acidic
(Dasani)
Acidic
(Evian)
Acidic
(Poland Spring)
)

 

 

Acidic
(Aquafina)
Slightly Acidic
(
Tap Water)
Alkaline
(Kangen Water)

ACID and ALKALINE

When water carries more hydrogen than hydroxyl ions, it is said to be ACID; when hy
Our blood system is always working to keep itself at that narrow range of pH 7.3 to 7.45. This process is called homeostasis.

When we drink a popular soft drink like colas, which has an acidic pH of 2.5, the bloodstream does not lower itself to that level.

Rather, the sugars and other elements in the drink are processed by the blood into acid wastes: some are eliminated, and others are stored at various locations in the body.


WHAT CAUSES ACID WASTE BUILD-UP

Bad diet can cause acid wastes to be stored in the body. A meat and potato diet, for example, can cause the body to become more acidic.

When acid waste enter the bloodstream, the blood, in order to maintain that narrow pH range (7.35 pH to 7.45 pH), must store these wastes somewhere.
These wastes, lodged in the body over decades, will overburden the whole system.


WHAT CAUSES ACID WASTE

Bad Diets  includes meat and potatoes, fried food, soft drink colas, sucrose and other sugars build up acid salts in the body.
Often these deposits by having to be stored away from blood flow, can remain in the body for decades.

Stress, both mental and physical, can also form acid deposits in the body. Mental stress can make you feel depressed.

While the physiology, scientific connection to stress in the body has not been completely established, there exists a school of thought in psychology,
called psychosomatics, which maintains that your mental state will influence health.

As we have said before, the body uses the bloodstream system to dispose of wastes; these are removed in liquid form, and are often deposited in the lungs and kidneys.

  If there are too many wastes to handle, they are deposited in various organ systems, like the heart, or the pancreas, or the liver, or the colon, or in other locations.

Sometimes these wastes are left on the walls of arteries, and over the years can spread throughout the body.

The break-down of this disposal process, especially of acid wastes, is how we define the aging process. To slow down and reverse this direction, one must begin removing acid wastes from the body. 


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