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HolisticFox
Monday, October 28, 2013, 3:57am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I have been monitoring my pH by testing my saliva, and I mentioned in another post that my pH was finally not acidic, and it seemed to be stable.

Tonight I tested (hadn't eaten or drank anything for a couple hours) and my pH seems to be sneaking into the 7.4 mark.  From what I understand, being too alkaline can be as bad as being too acidic.  I'm an O- eating no avoids.  

Should I even bother to worry?  I feel great!


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all has been already factored into the system by Dr D

relax and follow your guidelines

give it time

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Being that you are an O an should be consuming red meat regularly, Your pH is going to be a acidic side by design.  If you are feeling great, don't sweat it.


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there's all about tissue ph and not blood ph coz here we can't interfer;)..and it's depending also the food you eat, even about the hours ph will change...
Btw I'd go for a finetuning of all minerals.... and trace elements....


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Being that you are an O an should be consuming red meat regularly, Your pH is going to be a acidic side by design.  If you are feeling great, don't sweat it.


I'm sorry, apparently I wasn't clear enough.  My pH is 7.4, which is a little too alkaline, not acidic.


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I already responded to you on facebook, but I'll repeat my advice here because this format is easier to find later, if somebody else has a similar question or you want to give an update.

Play around with the portion sizes. There are plenty of acid-forming foods that are beneficial or neutral for Os, such as meats and a few grains. Try increasing the portions of those to get and keep yourself in balance.


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I already responded to you on facebook, but I'll repeat my advice here because this format is easier to find later, if somebody else has a similar question or you want to give an update.

Play around with the portion sizes. There are plenty of acid-forming foods that are beneficial or neutral for Os, such as meats and a few grains. Try increasing the portions of those to get and keep yourself in balance.


Thanks, Ruthiegirl.  I really appreciate all the time you take to help me and others.


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Is it true that the pH of saliva tracks the pH of blood?  It's the blood pH that's important after all, isn't it?


My SWAMI diet is a blend of BTD and GTD Explorer, but I'm not totally compliant.  Also I try to choose foods that have a Low Glycemic index.  DW and DD are A+, probably also Explorer.
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Is it true that the pH of saliva tracks the pH of blood?  It's the blood pH that's important after all, isn't it?


I guess I don't really know...


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