Rheumatoid Arthritis & pH
RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS AND pH
Staying for an extended time in the acid pH state can result in rheumatoid arthritis, diabetes, lupus, tuberculosis, osteoporosis, high blood pressure, most cancers and many more. If salivary pH stays too low, you must increase the alkalinity of your body.
It has been demonstrated that an acidic, anaerobic (lacking oxygen) body environment encourages the breeding of fungus, mould, bacteria, and viruses.
If we were to seal the door to our refrigerator, and then unplug it, and come back and open the door in two weeks, we would find horrible mould and bacteria inside, and there will be microscopic bugs that are growing and multiplying.
We could wonder where they all came from as the door was sealed. The answer would be that they were always there. It is simply that the environment changed to a more inviting one for mould and bacteria to thrive.
Compare this to the biological terrain of your body, which can be in a healthy oxygenated, alkaline environment, or an unhealthy anaerobic (low oxygen) acidic environment.
It is easy to visualise that an acidic body is just like the unplugged fridge.
By keeping our bodies Alkaline, the unhealthy bacteria and germs can’t survive and therefore disease cannot manifest in our bodies.
It is important to understand that we are not talking about stomach acid or the pH of the stomach. We are talking about the pH of the body’s fluids and tissues, which is an entirely different matter.