Headaches, general tiredness and joint problems are all symptoms that many people experience, and often no underlying medical condition can be found. Moreover, it's frequently difficult to name a specific reason for such symptoms as they tend to come and go. In many cases, the cause is excessive body acidity, and today you'll learn what you can do to avoid it.
What is it mean to be "too acidic"?
If you hear excessive acidity of the body being discussed, this is generally referring to blood that is too acidic. The normal pH for blood is between 7.35 and 7.4. If the pH is below this range, then the blood is considered to be too acidic – this condition is referred to as "acidosis". On the contrary, if the pH value is too high then the blood is alkaline or "basic". If the blood is well above the normal range, then the condition is called "alkalosis". The body does whatever is needed to keep the pH of the blood between 7.35 and 7.4. If the buffering capacity of the blood is overwhelmed, then the excess acidity is stored in the connective tissue – the connective tissue cells are more robust and less easily damaged by excess acidity. The acid is stored there until it can be processed by the kidneys. The second way that acid is removed from the body is via the lungs. These are the two methods that the body uses to rid the body of too much acidity as quickly as possible…it's mostly up to the kidneys and the lungs.
How does the body end up becoming too acidic?
There can be many reasons for excessive body acidity. These are some of the most common reasons:
- Low quality food (e.g. processed foods, fatty or sugary foods)
- Lack of physical activity
- Excessive alcohol consumption
- Tobacco use
- Insufficient or poor quality sleep
- Stress and/or worry
What can one do to counter low body pH?
If you suspect that you're suffering with excess acidity, or maybe you've even tested your body's pH using a saliva test, there are many things you can do to counter the condition. First on the list is detoxification. This helps your body to rid itself of the acidity. Healing clay is ideal for this purpose because it has a very high binding capacity, and it also works to lessen inflammation in the body. We have just the solution: Bentomed, a balanced combination of healing clay, barley grass and herbs (fennel, aniseed and mint).
How does Bentomed help with excess acidity?
Our healing clay contains a multitude of enzymes. These help the body to rid itself of toxins, and they are also important for normal intestinal functioning. Moreover such enzymes play a role in respiration and blood purification, help the body to make use of vitamins and promote the healing of inflamed wounds. Some of the enzymes that our healing clay contains are able to bind to oxygen so that the blood can be cleaned and fortified with oxygen at the same time. The fango healing clay particles are negatively charged when in solution, thus they have the capacity to attract positively charged particles. Most of the toxins in the body are positively charged and attracted to the healing clay. In this way, toxins are absorbed, neutralised and passed out of the body.
Support your body to neutralise excess acidity by using Bentomed, an effective way to address this condition. In the course of a 3-week intensive treatment, your body will be deeply cleansed and detoxified, and a restoration of the body's acid-base balance is an essential part of this process.
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Sources (all in German): Kurt Tepperwein, Alkalising as the Fountain of Youth, Goldmann Publishing, 5th Edition, 2009; Netdoktor: Dr. Anita Kreilhuber, Chronic Excess Acidity - Hidden Acidosis, 2012; Netdoktor: Prisca Drews, pH Value of the Blood, 2014.
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