They impact on blood pH in the following way:
Magnesium Hydrogenium phosphate acts as a digestive antacid
Calcium citrate has phosphate-binding properties which results in alkalinity
Potassium Bicarbonate has blood alkalinising properties and acts on metabolic acidosis
Magnesium citrate has a bowel cleansing effect
Potassium citrate has a diuretic and alkalinising effect on the urine by combining with calcium and acid in the kidneys (this also helps prevent the formation of kidney stones)
Dicalciumphosphate 2-Hydrate is an easily absorbed calcium which controls acidity while building bones and helping prevent bone loss, and as an aid to reducing blood pressure and cardiac ailments
Plant calcium – Urtica Dioica – offers cleansing support to the kidneys by reducing acidity
Tissue Salts assist with assimilation of the formula and absorption of calcium
Acerola extract has antioxidant properties while imparting a pleasant flavour to the formula
Chronic acidosis can be reversed over time.
A change in lifestyle to avoid or reduce thirst-inducing foods needs to be made – and it’s helpful, for a while, to use suitable compounds and herbs to assist the kidneys.
Water is the main role player in reducing acidity. Without water, all the help goes to waste as the medium in which body reactions need to happen must be hydrated. You will know that you are well hydrated when the urine is clear.
Exercise, deep breathing and weight control all assist to restore the body’s balance.
A whole food diet with lots of fresh vegetables and fruit is essential to maintain a regulated blood pH.