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Re: What research shows that urine ph reflects blood ph
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Re: What research shows that urine ph reflects blood ph

Thanks for your reply. I have had a urine test for adrenal insufficiency, plus I have informal symptoms, like the flashlight in the eyes informal test you can see on, and symptoms such as Dr. Michal Lam (here on CZ) talks about. I also am hypothyroid which is commonly associated with adrenal insufficiency. I was able to get off hydrocortisone for a month or so, then had a crash again. Vitamin C has helped me so much in the past to rise from a crash, but it seems I need more than before, maybe because I went off the hydrocortisone.

I have been researching more, even since I started this string, and it seems sure that urine does NOT reflect blood ph. Blood ph has to remain very stable or we have life threatening disability.

I do eat a lot of fruits & veggies, I promise. But there is only so much you can eat in one day. I also need some carbs and protein and they raise acidity. When I was only taking 1 or 2 grams of Vitamin C I could raise my alkalinity through the produce, but not any more.

I am going to continue with mega mega mega dosing on C as I feel beter, though my urine is acidic, and continue eating those alkaline foods too as they are of course good for one.

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