pH Living creating a more healthy you

"After twenty-five years of research I have learned that all functions of the human organism are acidic and that the ideal and optimum state of the human organism is to maintain its alkaline design." Robert O. Young D.Sc., Ph.D.*

We have all know that eating more vegetables and less meat will produce a more alkaline pH level in our bodies.

Because of everyday living and diet of meats, refined grains, dairy, breads and high sugar fruits , our bodies are too acidic. The pH level (the acid-alkaline measurement) of our internal fluids affects every cell in our bodies. Extended acid imbalances of any kind are not well tolerated by the body.

When we have over acidic pH level, results from external acidic environment as well as eating meats which produces acidicity in our bodies. Having an over acidic pH level in our bodies, interrupt the cellular activities and affect the organ function such as heart palpitation, neural networks in our brain system. Over-acidification also affects the rest of the organ functions and also our body tissues and cells.

It is also commonly known that an over-acidic body will generally cause cancer cells to mutate as a symptom. Remember that cancer is produced as an reaction to our state of body and health.

Eating lots of green raw vegetables and fruits helps bringing a more balance pH level in our bodies hence a more healthy state.

Here's Dr Young's pH Miracle living video

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An answer began to form through years of research, and Dr. Young found support for his studies in the findings of several American and European scientists. One scientific researcher, Dr. Bircher-Benner, concisely summarized the relationship between light and cells: "The absorption and organization of sunlight, the essence of life, is derived almost exclusively through plants. Since light is the driving force of every cell in our bodies, that is why we need green plants." Already convinced of the overwhelmingly
healthy (and underwhelmingly utilized) benefits plants contribute to our diet, the Young's set out to harness this natural cache of light and direct its energies to individual human cells. The result was a family of natural, plant and mineral-based supplements, each "energized" to reflect its origin from the sun. "It's what our mission and products are all about," explains Shelley Young. "Transferring the inner light of plants to our body's cells." And InnerLight was born.

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