It can be frustrating to hear the same old refrains from the news, your doctor, and your mother: â€œGet more rest! Eat healthier!â€ These simple recommendations are so much harder to follow than they sound. Most of us would love to get more sleep than our jobs allow, and would gladly eat healthier meals if they were served through a fast food window. It is also daunting to know where to begin eating healthier, when it seems that even a degree in nutrition isnâ€™t enough to keep up with whatâ€™s healthy and whatâ€™s not. Here is some news that doesnâ€™t change and is simple to use for your benefit: pH and illness are directly related, and your pH level is easy to adjust and measure.
No matter how much you wash your hands, you will eventually be exposed to bacteria and viruses that can make you sick. Strengthen your immunity by improving your pH balance, and you wonâ€™t have to run for herbal remedies and pray for their success. When the public is admonished to sleep and eat well in order to protect their immune systems, the detailed information on how this process works is lacking. The fact is, that our acid/alkaline balance, or pH balance, is very delicate and dramatically effected by everything we consume. Of course we do need vitamins and minerals, but if you do not have healthy levels when a cold strikes, it is too late to prevent it. While it is hard to regulate our own vitamin and mineral intake, it is very easy to regulate our acidity, and in the process we will automatically be eating healthier foods.