Acid-Alkaline Tunnel Vision
by Atom Bergstrom
Blood is an organ, according to many sources.
It’s a tissue, according to other sources.
Why is this important?
Most people measure total body tissue pH in only one organ or in only one tissue instead of in separate organs or tissues.
Ain’t that a hoot?
It gets even weirder.
People don’t even measure the entire blood organ or the entire blood tissue to determine the pH of the entire body.
They only measure the plasma.
And they think (if you can call it that!) that the plasma somehow magically gives them the pH of the entire body … not to mention the pH of the organ or the tissue they’re evaluating.
The pancreas is a separate organ.
The heart is a separate organ.
So is the bone. (Yes, it is.)
And so forth.
Here’s something even more comical.
People think they’re measuring the pH of their entire body by measuring the urine.
Hey, back in high school, I fell for that myself.
Cut me some slack; I was a teenager!
Other people measure the saliva.
Has everyone gone insane?
This isn’t about knowledge. It’s about common sense.
So what to do?
That is the knowledge part.
Learn about total body titremic alkalinity.
Learn how to use a Beckman pH meter for “local lesions.”
Does a farmer need to know what soil pH is better for a specific crop?
Or can he just throw every kind of seed into the ground and grow either vegetable salad or fruit salad or a mixture of both?
Here’s another question while we’re at it.
If alkalinity is so great, why is the pH scale for growing nutritious food set at …
Neutral to Alkaline
Is alkalinity the accelerator … or is it the brakes?