On Sep 11, 2009, at 8:30 PM, Frank wrote:
Is there such a thing as Alkaline water?
Sept. 12, 2009
When the pH of water (or any other liquid) is above 7 then it would be considered alkaline water.
Below 7 is in the acid range, going from mildly acid to extremely acid at pH 1. For example Coca Cola is very acid and it takes many glasses of water in the range high above pH 7 to balance out the acid load to the body of just 1 glass of coca cola.
On Sep 12, 2009, at 8:55 AM, Frank wrote:
Here is my question….do you believe that the water Ph can be elevated to produce alkaline water through machine manipulation? And also is this water beneficial to man. I know that fruit and other foods are alkaline forming and have experienced positive results, however, can alkaline water be equally beneficial?
Sept. 12, 2009
Yes, I believe it can. Even baking soda in water would be beneficial to a body that was too acid because it would raise the pH.
Personally, I like to keep to a raw food diet so that the diet itself supports my body's normal level of alkalinity, but for a body on the standard American diet or for a person who creates a lot of acidity through lifestyle choices (smoking, drinking, etc.) or even through temperament (negative emotions like anger, fear, unabated stress, hatred), then extra alkalinity would be required, thus various methods to raise the pH using alkaline water.
A body in normal pH is immune to almost all disease… a true immunity. That is what I believe. And I believe that because of the work of the following researchers which you can google: Antoine Bechamp, Claude Bernard, Gunther Enderlain, Gaston Naessons, Robert Young, Tim O'Shea and many others.