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Episode Info: www.homoliciousliving.com  Hello Pod listeners!  Welcome to Episode #22.  In this episode Cathy will share her story, meaningful events in her life and how they made her the person she is today.   Delicious Dish: Today's Delicious Dish is about how to balance your PH naturally. Our pH balance is extremely important.  Most people are too acidic, & getting you back to a more alkaline state is a major piece of the healing puzzle. pH stands for power of hydrogen, which is a measurement of the hydrogen ion concentration in the body.  The total pH scale ranges from 1 to 14, with 7 considered to be neutral. A pH less than 7 is said to be acidic and solutions with a pH greater than 7 are basic or alkaline.  Our ideal pH is slightly alkaline - 7.30 to 7.45.  You can test your pH levels regularly by using a piece of litmus paper in your saliva or urine first thing in the morning before eating or drinking anything. By including pH balance in your health and healing you can balance all your systems and get your body working for you not against. 1. Digestive System - Most digestive disorders, such as indigestion, nausea, bloating, gastric reflux, are symptoms caused by excess acid in the gastric region and not enough alkaline minerals in the intestinal tract. If the alkaline minerals from enzyme rich foods are missing then the pancreas will become exhausted, and once the pancreas is exhausted, it loses the ability to decode the food and tell the body what to do with it. This will lead to a degenerative spiral of entropy where organs become confused and inflamed. 2. Circulatory System - Acidity is the principal cause of heart disease. It is well established that many fats are extremely important and essential for cardiovascular health. Good fats can actually help heal the inflammation that underlies arteriosclerosis. When the arteries thicken with plague it is not as a response to good fats, it is inflammation created by the internal acidic environment. The body responds to the acidity by lining the vessels with fatty plaques to prevent life-threatening leaks, which arrest imminent death, but strain the heart because the aperture for the blood to flow through is narrower. When the heart becomes completely exhausted, this is known as a heart attack. 3. Immune System - Acidic environments are breeding grounds for viruses, disease, and sickness. 4. Respiratory System - When the tissues and organs are overloaded by acidity the transport of oxygen isRead more »

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