I had a lunch this afternoon that was absolutely delicious.
I had read a post by Moreless I think it was yesterday or the day before it was a tomato and onion sandwich. I havent had one of those in such a long time my mouth was watering for one in the worst way. So I decided to fix one today for lunch. I also had just a little Lentil Salad. I tested my pH a few hours later and it jumped to 8.0
The last time I tested was this morning and it was borderline 7.0 ~ 7.2
I actually dont feel bad at all. I would have thought that with my pH jumping that high that quick that I would have felt like I had gotten the stuff knocked out of me. But I feel really really good.
By the way --- Thanks Moreless for the idea for lunch...
Whether the jump in pH is a good sign or not depends of the food's quality. NPN can cause sudden rises and falls in pH. It is when the NPN causes the sudden drops that I feel crummy...the rise in pH does not cause symptoms for me.
unfortunately I have not gotten myself a refractometer yet so what I do is soak everything in peroxide. I know that this is not the best way but its what I have until I can get my hands on a refractometer.
The theory of soaking veggies in H2O2 is releasing the free nitrigen from the veggies. For someone like myself who does not have a refractometer this is probably one way a person gets half way decent veggies.
Your comment about a refractometer: ...all one will do for you is prove how little nutrition the foods you buy have in them
Answer: Are you not forgeting that until we learn just how Poor Quality the foods are that many folks will not understand their Sickness and Diseases may be from all this Poor Quality foods they think are good Quality?
How many folks have tried to argue with me that --THEY-- eat healthy foods, yet cannot seem to understand Why they are Sick and Diseased, but as soon as they get a refractometer they then can see Why they are Sick and Diseased?