A balanced body chemistry can make major changes in your life!

The correct pH level is undeniably important for every aspect of our health right down 
to the most elemental part of our being. It affects mental outlook, 
metabolism, organs, tissues, cells, molecules, atoms and chromosomes. 

The pH level of blood should register at 7.4 which is 
slightly on the alkaline side of the scale. If it falls below this number toward the 
acidic side, your body will do everything possible to bring it back to a 7.4, even 
withdrawing the alkaline mineral calcium from your bones to do so.

What is pH?

The designation pH stands for “potential of hydrogen” and it refers to measure the alkalinity or 

acidity of a solution based on the number of hydrogen ions in the liquid. 

The more hydrogen ions present, the more acidic the solution. 

The scale is numbered from 0 to 14 and a solution that is neutral measures a 7. 

A reading below 7 is acidic, and above is alkaline. Many of the body’s fluids including: 

blood, pancreatic juice, bile, saliva and even seminal fluid are alkaline and must remain so for health to prosper. 

On the other hand, gastric juices created in the stomach like hydrochloric acid 

are highly acidic, measuring in at around 2 on the pH scale. 

How does pH plummet? What are the causing factors?


Poor nutrition — 


Too little or too much physical activity

Smoking —