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acid/alkaline balance

What is Acid Alkaline Imbalance?

May 31, 2011
Acid Alkaline Imbalance

A healthy body that is free of disease needs to be “in balance”. This simply means that ratios of nutrients and other factors should be within ideal ranges. One indication of proper balance is the acid/alkaline balance.  This is an indication of how much oxygen is in the cells, among other things. A more alkaline [...]

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Start the New Year off the HEALTHY way.

January 29, 2011
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I hope everyone had a wonderful, happy, & healthy New Year!  Here at The Natural Road we like to make sure people are staying healthy. People right now are planning and making New Year resolutions. Four our of ten resolutions have to do with making ourselves  healthier.  I makes sense because health is so basic [...]

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Acid/Alkaline Balance – Part 2 of 3

September 6, 2010

This is from the Advanced Scientific Health website. Element II – Acid/Alkaline Balance The second element is the acid/alkaline balance in the body. It is monitored by measuring the “pH (the symbol for hydrogen ion concentration)” which is regulated by the body’s oxygen saturation level. The body must be slightly alkaline for its cells to [...]

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The Collagen Matrix – Part 1 of 3

September 5, 2010
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I have posted this from the Advanced Scientific Health website.  It is important to get this information out, that I have put this in 3 articles. Our health relies on trillions of cells repeatedly performing billions of specialized functions. Though the processes and systems that animate our bodies are phenomenally complex, what the cells driving [...]

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