June 2016

pH And Health (Part 4 of 4): Alkaline and Acid Foods Supplement Essentials

Typically, the Australian diet consists of a high intake of animal protein, sodium, and saturated fats. When combined with low intakes of potassium, magnesium, and bicarbonates, which help alkalise the body, such diet may induce a state of acidosis. This is a far cry from what our ancestors consumed, which consisted of an abundance of …

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pH And Health (Part 3 of 4): Renal System

When mineral salts in the urine becomes saturated, they may turn into kidney¬†stones. Their composition is mostly calcium, but may also have cysteine or uric acid. The most common ones are oxalate and calcium phosphate, which, when present, will mean that salts have been removed from the bone matrix due to increased acidity. What is …

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pH And Optimal Health (Part 2 of 4): Skeletal System

Bones should have pH levels between from 7.0 to 7.4. Anything lower than 7.0, the mineralisation of bone significantly decline, aggravating osteoclast activities which results in oesteoporosis. Osteoclasts are bone cells that absorb bone tissue during growth and healing. Osteoblast and osteoclast activities and mineralisation of bones through calcium and phosphate are at their highest …

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pH And Health (Part 1 of 4): Upsetting the Balance

Cancer pH balance

These days, talk to any alternative therapist or naturopath about chronic illness and cancer and they will have heard about the pH balance theory. It doesn’t take much internet searching to find mixed reviews and the skeptics mentioning that the body naturally balances the pH. In truth the body does balance the pH daily and …

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Finding Tumor cells in the Body

Previously I made a post about Tumor cell markers such as CA 15-3 or CA 19-9. I also talked about the pros and cons with these markers. In saying this, these and many others are the most widely used in screening and monitoring cancers in most patients. With leaps and bounds in technology, there have …

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