How to Know If You Are Too Alkaline or Too Acid?

How to Know If You Are Too Alkaline or Too Acid?

How to Know If You Are Too Alkaline or Too Acid?

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hey guys dr. Burke here in this short video I’m going to talk about pH the big question is how do you know if you’re too alkaline or too acid and that’s a good question because even when people tell you you’re too acid and you need to alkalize it it’s not necessarily always the fact because what what body fluid are you talking about I mean are you talking about the blood which normally should be slightly alkaline or you talk about the stomach which is extremely acid or the urine that should be slightly acid or the bile that should be alkaline or the large bowel that should be acid so you always want to determine what pH you talking about what I’m talking about is the blood pH the blood page should normally be slightly alkaline and if it’s just a little bit too excessively alkaline you can get all these symptoms right here if it’s a little less than that it could still be on the up and side but just not as alkaline you can be more acidic so that’s basically all the symptoms that can occur if your blood pH is too far this way versus too far this way okay so let’s just talk about symptoms you can use symptoms versus rather than like a pH thing for your saliva or your urine because how you going to check your blood you know it’s really an expensive test and by the time you take the blood out of your body it oxidizes with the oxygen and the pH shifts so it’s really hard to detect that so I like to use symptoms first okay so if you’re too acid you could have possibly chest pain palpitations because it affects the the electrolyte mix headaches anxiety muscle weakness bone pain joint pain and air hungry like like your can’t get enough air okay and then alkaline would be excessively aqua be much muscle twitches like tetany that little twitch right here or on the arm allergies muscle spasms muscle cramps muscle weakness why because the calcium is all locked up you’re going to calcium build up to dehydration because you need this the electrolytes need to be hydrated correctly that the pH is off to alkaline you can’t mobilize electrolytes muscle pain and also difficulty breathing this would this be more of a hyperventilation just it’s just a difficulty with breathing but sometimes it’s it’s difficult because you might have some of these in some of some of these so there’s one quick way to determine what way you are all you have to do is drink some apple cider vinegar like two tablespoons and some water with a straw drink that and see if some of these issues clear up and you feel better and if you do that means that you’re too alkaline or let’s assume that you’re too acid take some calcium citrate or calcium magnesium and see if you don’t feel better it’s a quick way to determine what pH you are so that’s a that’s one way that you can do it so it’s you don’t necessarily have to do an expensive test and some people I just give them a little calcium magnesium or lactate and boom like half these things clear right up but the ultimate thing to do is to get on the right eating plan and your body will bring your pH to the correct balance now as we’re talking about symptoms and causes I have a quiz down below in the description box that’s 104 questions go ahead and take this quiz and I will send you a report to tell you what’s going on with your body all right thanks for watching

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Too Acid Too Alkaline
*Chest pain *Muscle twitches
*Palpitations *Allergies
*Headaches *Muscle spasms
*Anxiety *Muscle cramps
*Muscle weakness *Muscle weakness
*Bone pain *Dehydration
*Joint pain *Muscle pain
*Air hunger *Difficulty breathing

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