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Re: Disagreement does not constitute an insult
Hveragerthi Views: 7,130
Published: 11 years ago
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Re: Disagreement does not constitute an insult

 The ability to buffer metabolic and environmental exposure to acids can vary considerably among people.

It sounds like an ASSUMPTION that acids are bad.  This is actually a very persistent myth, especially her on CZ.  Let's take a look at just SOME of the beneficial acids to the human body:  Lactic, acetic, uric, caprylic, carbonic, hyaluronic, amino, citric, malic, pyruvic, chlorogenic, betulinic,  ascorbic, pantothenic, hydrochloric, nicotinic.................  People need to get over their phobia of acids.  We would not exist, nor can we live or function without acids.

Some people have broken buffer systems for any number of reasons... and\or suffer environmental exposures that tax the body's buffer systems beyond their limits.

As I pointed out before, but again this is VERY rare!!!  And when people try to alkalinize with things like baking soda, calcium oxide/hydroxide, magnesium oxide/hydroxide, alkaline waters, etc. all they are doing is going to the opposite extreme forcing the body to work overtime trying to buffer the alkalinity.

Have faith... He will eventually realize this in his own time... if he has the ability to set his arrogance and ego aside... and put people first.

Another great example of the personal attacks that the moderator claims will not be tolerated, period, apparently unless the personal attacks are directed at me.  Even more interesting is that the moderator gives GRZ an R rating for deliberately violating TOS!!!!!


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