Increase Oxygen with Higher pH

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Low pH leads to acidic blood… which leads to thick and sludging blood… which leads to heart attack, stroke and early death.

In fact many diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure and obesity are caused by acidosis, and many other serious illnesses like cancer thrive in acidic environments.

Most people need alkalinity to balance their pH. The consequences of low or acidic pH are serious, leading to acidic saturation of the body and death.

NOT ALL WATER IS WATER! Most water is acidic and very harmful. There is a vast difference between drinking acidic water and alkaline ionized water. Hydration is far superior with alkaline water. Water that is pH balanced is slightly alkaline—around 7.2 pH.

The chemistry of life is water chemistry. Water is the universal solvent. It is a natural solution that breaks down the bonds of larger, more complex molecules.

But not all water is water! Water must be understood in terms of its absorption capacity. The molecular weight of alkaline water is low, making it fast acting and able to reach all tissues of the body in a very short time. After all, the purpose of water is to hydrate.

Alkalinity from calcium lactate accelerates metabolism and transports vitamins, minerals and nutrients at a much faster rate than normal tap water.

When a constant high level of acidity continues, calcium will be depleted in tissues and organs. Then the parathyroid becomes activated and will remove calcium from the bones which contain 99 percent of the body’s calcium.

Our bones are tissues that require the ongoing consumption of calcium. To provide adequate alkalinity for pH balance, bone calcium reserves will become depleted until eventually osteoporosis develops.

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founder of Personal Liberty Digest™, is an ultra-conservative American author and editor of The Bob Livingston Letter™, in circulation since 1969. Bob has devoted much of his life to research and the quest for truth on a variety of subjects. Bob specializes in health issues such as nutritional supplements and alternatives to drugs, as well as issues of privacy (both personal and financial), asset protection and the preservation of freedom.

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