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Summary Your body tightly regulates blood pH levels. In healthy people, diet doesn’t significantly affect blood pH, but it can change urine pH.


What I find to be the most amazing thing about the alkaline lifestyle is that it’s measurable because it IS a science. A live blood analysis is the measuring device. If you have your live blood analysis done you will see the nasty business going on in there. This is done by a trained microscopist who can show you the state of your bodies health by the organisms that are surviving in your blood from yeast, to parasites, (we all have them to some degree if you eat meat), stress indicators, pre-cancerous crystals, and many other unhealthy organisms or tell tale signs of symptoms you probably have that are identified with specific organisms floating around in your blood that traditional lab tests don’t pick up. Amazing, don’t you think? With traditional lab tests most of the time we are left guessing or given too wide of a range for a blood screen to fall within giving inconclusive or generalized results–then handed a highly acidic causing prescription drug with a hope and a prayer! Live blood analysis shows how your blood has changed or how unhealthy organisms have disappeared from one session to the next one, right on the computer screen, with only a 30 day diet adjustment and further more with healthy lifestyle improvements. Healthy blood is mandatory for a healthy body-no ifs, ands, buts, or maybees!

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The kidneys produce bicarbonate ions that neutralize acids in your blood, enabling your body to closely manage blood pH ( 9 ).

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MODULE 4: MOVEMENT.




DETOX is nothing more than infusing our cells with ESSENTIAL nutrients to restore itself and get rid of toxins and pathogens.


MODULE 3: REINTRODUCTION.