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PH ION Diagnostic PH Test Strips

Updated on January 26, 2014

Ph Test Strips - Monitor Your PH Balance for Optimum Health

pH Test Strips
pH Test Strips

Easy way to Monitor pH Balance in Your Body

PH ION Diagnostic PH Test Strips are the number 1 brand of easy to use highly accurate PH Test Strip to monitor the PH Balance in your body.

Most people know very little about their own bodies and how they operate.  Our bodily tissues are in a constant state of “balance” all done automatically for use based on a number of factors – the primary influence of which is the food we eat.  You have heard the statement “You are what you eat”.  Now when you consider this in it’s literal form it seems kind of silly… we are not a cheeseburger or a slice of pizza.

But when you consider it in it’s component form we really are what we eat.  Our bodies are made up of the components within the foods we eat.  Sure we all know about vitamins and minerals. But few of use really know much about the Glycemic Index and how our body processes carbohydrate and turns it into sugars our bodies can burn to create energy.

Fewer of us know much about blood chemistry and PH Balance.  Maintaining an optimum PH Balance is essential to good health.  Did you know that cancer cells can only grow in a body that is acidic?  So if you want to avoid cancer you need to consume foods that allow your body to stay in it’s optimum PH Balance.

I would encourage you to read and learn more about PH Balance and how it effects your health.

I started monitoring my own PH Balance in 2005 and adjusted my diet accordingly.  It’s much easier than you think.  This is not about macro nutrients, vitamins, or minerals.  It’s about eating foods that allow your body to maintain health! Give PH Strips a try and see for yourself!


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    8 years ago from North Texas

    Nice hub. For sure, there are foods to avoid to maintain the right amount of alkaline balance. Some people also need to experiment with the "good" foods and see what helps them the most.


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