Buffer pH To Help Balancing Your PH Level.
When food is metabolized and broken
down in the body, it leaves certain residues which yield either
alkaline or acidic potentials of pH. These residues appear to most
strongly influence body pH levels and can lead to serious health
problems, weight gain, poor athletic performance, low energy levels
and premature aging if continuously too acidic or too alkaline. The
ingredients in this MultiDimensional formula have been shown to
- Help reduce acidic build-up and rebalance pH by buffering these
residues and removing them from your body
- Help dissolve calcified and toxic laden plaque within the
- Help allow proper blood flow
- Help promote the cleansing and repair of tissues
- Help maintain proper Insulin production and use
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Sodium Bicarbonate, Potassium Bicarbonate, Calcium Carbonate, Aloe Vera,
Berberine Alkaloid, Cucumber, Micro-Nutritionals:, Graphites, Natrum
phosphoricum, Nux vomica, Rheum officinale, Robinia pseudacacia, Natrum
Muriaticum, Natrum Sulfuricum, Kali Carbonicum, Kali Oxalicum, Kali
Phosphoricum, Kali Sulfuricum, Magnesium Phosphoricum, Chamomile, Kali
is also offered in a complete "heart smart" program called the
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Systemex, 1 bottle of
TriCardia+, 1 bottle of
Buffer-pH+, and 30
Medical pH-Test Strips)
Our body is in a constant struggle to
maintain proper pH levels - too acidic means the body has to work
extra hard to expel excess acidic ash waste or allow it to pile up;
too alkaline often means the body is struggling with low electrolyte
levels that weaken muscle and nerve functions. A consistent pH
imbalance - either too acidic or too alkaline - interferes with the
body's basic operations...
Växa's Buffer-pH+ is an Advanced Cardiovascular and
Systemic (body-wide) Nutraceutical Dietary Supplement which works to
safely and effectively balance an overly acid or overly alkaline system by
buffering overly acid and alkaline residues and removing them from your
body, as well as helping to dissolve toxic laden plaque. This allows
tissues to be cleansed, and then healed naturally and more quickly, by the
The bulk of the American diet consists of foods that
leave an acidic residue within the body. This occurs when food is
metabolized and broken down, leaving certain chemical and metallic
residues which yield either acid or alkaline potentials of pH for the
body. It is these residues from our daily dietary choices that appear to
most strongly influence body pH levels. When the diet is imbalanced with
an excess of these acid or alkaline residues, which most western-world
diets are, body pH is directly and immediately impacted, causing body
fluids to lie constantly within the acidic range. And, just like acid rain
upon a forest, an imbalanced pH can slowly but steadily corrode your body
and lead to numerous health problems.
What Is "pH"?
The body is largely made up of water, a medium which is biologically
useful in allowing nutrients, oxygen and biochemicals to be transported
from place to place. This water-based medium can have either acid or
alkaline properties which are measured by a graduated scale called pH (for
"potential hydrogen"), wherein 1.0 to 6.9 is considered acidic, 7.0 is
neutral, and 7.1 to 14.0 is alkaline. The lower the pH number, the greater
the acidity, and the higher the pH number, the greater the alkalinity.
Why Should I Be Concerned About My pH Levels?
Since most of the body is water-based (making up 50-60% of our total
body weight), the pH level has
profound effects on all body chemistry, health and disease. An imbalanced
pH describes the pH level of the body when it becomes too acidic or too
alkaline for long periods of time. Extended pH imbalances of any kind are
not well tolerated by the body. Indeed, the management of "pH" is so
important that the body has developed strict accounting procedures to
monitor acid-alkaline balances in every cell. Fundamentally, all
regulatory mechanisms (including breathing, circulation, digestion,
hormonal production, etc.) serve the purpose of balancing pH, by removing
caustic metabolized acid residues from body tissues without damaging
living cells. If the pH deviates too far to the acid side or too far to
the alkaline side, cells become poisoned by their own toxic waste and die.
Is An Imbalanced Body pH Really That Dangerous?
Yes, indeed it is! Nothing does well in an overly acidic or alkaline
pH medium, least of all the human body! Just as acid rain can destroy a
forest and alkaline wastes can pollute a lake, an imbalanced pH
continuously corrodes all body tissue, slowly eating into the 60,000 miles
of our veins and arteries like corrosives eating into marble. If left
unchecked, an imbalanced pH will interrupt all cellular activities and
functions, from the beating of your heart to the neural firing of your
brain... An imbalanced pH interferes with all life itself!
Can An Imbalanced pH Cause Serious Problems?
Yes, especially as a person grows older! Although it may generally go
unnoticed and undetected for years, an imbalanced pH (either consistently
too acid or alkaline) leads to the progression of most, if not all,
degenerative diseases including Cardiovascular Disease (the #1 killer in
the U.S.), Cancer (the #2 Killer in the U.S.), and Diabetes, as well as
the never ending frustration of excessive systemic weight gain. The U.S.
National Center for Health Statistics estimates that if Cardiovascular
Disease alone could be eliminated, it would add an average of 9.78 years
to our life span! That's almost 10 years of additional life per person!
What Causes pH to Become Imbalanced?
Most diets cause an unhealthy Acid pH. In fact, diet appears to be the
major influence in maintaining appropriate pH levels throughout the body.
Research demonstrates that when food is metabolized and broken down, it
leaves certain chemical and metallic residues, a noncombustible "ash"
which, when combined with our body fluids, yields either acid or alkali
potentials of pH. Certain foods are "acid-forming" in nature, whereas
others are known to be "alkali-forming."
Which Foods Are "Acid-Forming" And Which Ones Are
Most high protein foods (such as meat, fish,
eggs), nearly all carbohydrates (including grains, breads and pastas) and
fats are "acid-forming." And most fruits and vegetables are
"alkaline-forming." Although citrus fruits, such as oranges and
grapefruit, contain organic acids and may have an acid taste, they are not
acid-forming when metabolized, leaving no acidic residue. Similarly, Free
Form Amino Acids are not acid-forming, but instead offer unique buffering
capabilities to the body to help offset acidic wastes.
How Can I Find Out My Body pH?
By testing your pH with Växa's
Medical pH-Test Strips, you can determine quickly and easily, in the
privacy of your own home, what your pH is. Växa Medical pH-Test Strips
determine your urinary pH, which is generally a good indicator of how acid
or alkaline your total body pH is. When urinary pH is continuously between
6.5 in the A.M. and 7.5 by evening, you're functioning in a healthy range;
When continuously above this range you're too alkaline, and when
continuously below it, you're too acid.
How Do I Rebalance My pH?
Watching your diet can help. If you're too acid, increase the number
of fruits and vegetables you eat. If you're too alkaline, increase the
amounts of acid-forming foods consumed. But an easier way is to take
Växa's Buffer-pH+ daily to help balance your system while continuing to
enjoy the foods you prefer!
How Does Växa's Buffer-pH+ Work?
Växa's Buffer-pH+ is an Advanced Cardiovascular and Systemic
(body-wide) Nutraceutical Dietary Supplement which works to safely and
effectively balance an overly acid or overly alkaline system by buffering
overly acid and alkaline residues and removing them from your body, as
well as helping to dissolve toxic laden plaque. This allows tissues to be
cleansed, and then healed naturally and more quickly, by the body.
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