Alkalize For Your Health


“Man is not nourished by what he swallows, but by what he digests and uses”

We often eat foods that contribute to making our body chemistry more acidic, and an acidic environment can be conductive to cancerous growth. Cancer cells cannot gain a foothold and thrive in an alkaline environment.

What is pH

The body is made up of 70% water and contains a wide range of solutions which may be acidic, neutral or alkaline. Potential of Hydrogen (pH) is a measure of the acidity or alkalinity of a solution - the ratio between positively charged ions (acid-forming) and negatively charged ions (alkaline-forming.) The higher the pH reading, the more alkaline and oxygen rich the fluid is. The lower the pH reading, the more acidic and oxygen deprived the fluid is. The pH range is from 0 to 14, with 7.0 being neutral. Anything above 7.0 is alkaline, anything below 7.0 is considered acidic.

Why is pH important

It is important because pH is the chemical balance that tells the body which minerals to hold on to and which minerals to steal from your bones, how your immune system deals with infection and potentially greater issues such as tumors and cancer. PH determines your body’s ability to prevent cancer, kidney stones, urinary tract infections and those issues dealing with acid reflux, thyroid issues and the balance that is fragile for our bones, joints, health, energy and wellbeing.

When this ratio shifts even slightly, the body goes through rapid metabolic and respiratory responses to attempt to maintain the slightly alkaline environment. Beyond this absolute equilibrium convulsions, coma, and death will ensue. Obviously the body does a tremendous job of maintaining pH balance daily.

Proteins produce sulfuric and phosphoric acid. Some carbohydrates and fats produce acetic acids. Exercise produces lactic acid. When more acid has been generated than can easily be eliminated through the lungs, colon, liver, or kidneys, the body will secondarily eliminate through the skin, sinuses and other mucous membranes. The common cold and many other symptomatic conditions are just this, our internal intelligence re-establishing a healthy balance. Knowing these things prompts one to adopt a diet that supports and eases the body's workload.

This is done by supplying adequate quantities of alkaline forming minerals. The basic minerals, primarily sodium, calcium, magnesium, potassium and iron, among other things form buffering salts. Some acids, like the lactic acid generated by exercise can be eliminated through increased respiration leaving our alkalinity intact, but dietary acids require buffering before being excreted through the channels of elimination. Acid-forming minerals are phosphorous, sulphur, chlorine, iodine, bromine, fluorine, copper, and silicon, which all usually result in an acid residue.


Every food or drink we put in mouth, and certain lifestyle factors, affect the acid/alkaline balance in your body. Too many acid-forming foods destroy this balance. Stress and lack of sleep make our body too acidic. Furthermore, toxins produced inside our body and those from outside (like heavy metals and chemicals in our food) also make our body fluids too acidic. An acidic body ages faster and is more likely to become diseased.

In this program you’ll learn about:

  • Why there is no one PH reading for the entire body

  • Why we have imbalanced pH

  • What are alkaline foods

  • What are acidic foods

  • Why acidity leads to cancer

  • Link between PH and calcium deficiency

  • Link between PH and tooth decay

  • How to normalize pH