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PH Test Strips

Updated on June 10, 2010

PH ION Test Strips

This is the brand of PH Test Strips I use personally.
This is the brand of PH Test Strips I use personally.

Testing Your Body's PH Balance

PH ION is the brand of PH Test Strips I have been using since 2005.  It’s very simple to test your PH Level with these strips.  I tried the tape and couldn’t get a good reading.  Then I switched to PH ION and was amazed at how easy and accurate they were.

You may have heard of the PH Miracle balance your diet reclaim your health book written by Dr. Young.  His claim is that ALL disease derives from ph imbalance.  Now you can choose to believe that statement or you can dismiss it… but the fact of the matter is our bodies must be in balance in order to be healthy.

Most people have read at least some doctors advice on “health” in general.  Dr. Oz, Dr. Mercola, Dr. Weil, Dr. Gupta, Dr. … pick your person. Perhaps you visit WebMD.  Maybe you are a Vegan or maybe you don’t even consider what you eat.

Bottom line is regardless of your approach to healthy eating and wellness there is one easy way to know the state of your health.  And that is to test your PH Levels.

PH is a measurement of the balance of your body tissues and fluids acidity to alkalinity.  You want to be right in the middle.  Why?  To be healthy!  Cancer can NOT grow in a PH Balanced body.  Cancer resides only in an acidic body.

PH Testing is simple, inexpensive, and painless and will help you make dietary adjustments to get back in balance.

For example: Your bloodstream must maintain a PH Balance of 7.35-7.45 or you die – it’s really that simple.  Your body will automatically adjust the PH levels of your blood with ionic calcium which it will pull from your bones and teeth if you do not have enough in your bloodstream.  This is why drinking beverages like Soda Pop are so hard on your body!  The PH of Soda Pop is about 3!  Your body requires a balance of 7.35-7.45.  So when you drink soda pop your body must neutralize the acidity.  This is why people who drink a lot of Soda Pop often look pale and unhealthy.

Now to put this in perspective the foods we eat are either Acidic or Alkaline.  The PH of our Stomach is acidic to digest the food.  Meat is acidic. Leafy vegetables are alkaline.  But this is not always the case.  Some foods like blueberries for example are acidic when you might expect them to be alkaline.  The Key is balance.  PH Test strips allow an individual to quickly and easily measure their own balance then adjust their intake of foods to maintain optimum health.

It’s important to remember that PH Test strips do not change the balance they only test it in the way that a thermometer will test temperature.

Optimum health is a game of balance.  There are many variables we can measure to help us determine health.  We can measure cholesterol levels, use the Glycemic Index, supplement Vitamins & Minerals, and exercise.

The PH Testing Strips are the easiest way to give us a quick overview of our state of health.  It’s actually very easy to balance our ph levels, but we can’t do that if we don’t know what they are!


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