What I’ve learned recently is that until the age of 35 (roughly) our body has the ph-buffering working for us to keep it in balance, by releasing alkaline-rich minerals such as calcium, phosphorus and magnesium into our bloodstream. But after that certain age, if one has been continuously neglecting one’s well been by eating loads of sugar, grain, convenience food and processed food, at the same time neglecting the exercise and rest, our ph-buffer runs out of the minerals to stay in balance.
Then appears all the strange symptoms depending on the weakest link on your genes. For me it seems to be the respiratory system.
Changing my body ph-level from acid to alkaline (7.35-7.45 is the optimal blood ph-level), could take up to six months to see some results and it requires a huge commitment to follow a healthy diet, exercise and learn new rituals to reduce stress.
At least for me it has been an eye opening experience since been a genuine foodie and a burnout in the hassle of life. I’ve been maintaining the alkaline / gluten free diet for 4 months now along with exercise and empowering rest and I’m already feeling better. Excited to see if my allergies and pulmonary symptoms relieve after time!
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