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Re: Here's a radical thought -


Thanks for the thoughtful responses. I just can't believe that after 4 years of expensive organic food, 20 liver flushes, innumerable cleanses and detoxes, and a year of eating nearly no meat or grains, that my ph is the same as someone with terminal cancer! I mean I'm perfectly healthy, slim, with a nearly perfect diet. I'm like the perfect human speciman (she said, modestly.) And yet day after day I stare at those stupid tiny yellow strips wondering what in the hell is wrong with me!

My husband has drunk 2 liters of diet coke every day for over 20 years and his ph is higher than mine! Am I secretly dying of cancer, despite my periodic rounds of pau d'arco and other noxious anti-cancer insurances? Has all of my sungazing at the correct times, the precise level of daily sunbathing, the yoga practice, the herbal teas, the oregano oil, flax oil and coconut oils, the lemon and molasses drinks, the concentrace and acv etc all been for naught? If all I have to show for it all is a ph of 6, Hell, I could be enjoying root beer floats and hotdogs!!!!

I can't help but think that my urine is reflecting a dumping of acids rather than accurately reflecting my true ph levels. I'm thinking of getting one of those finger stick machines so I can start measuring my blood ph instead. No, wait, that's too obsessive. That's bad too! Must think good thoughts, and remember to breathe...

Sorry, I'm just a little frustrated.

 

 
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