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Re: FDA values of pH of certain fruits-April 2007


Hello R4000,

Very informative...

I believe it is well known that high concentrations of citric acid are dangerous to tooth enamel, but it looks like high volumes of low concentrations may also be dangerous.

It is a good thing that we are not brushing our teeth with citric acid . Also, I don't believe there is any citric acid left in our solution after the sodium chlorite has been activated.

You may want to continue your research to include how sodium chlorite is made.

Here is a place to get started.


http://www.madehow.com/Volume-6/Sodium-Chlorite.html


It seems reasonable that citric acid is available from a variety of sources, but I am unclear as to differences that result from using one form over another.

The question that comes to mind is:

"What are the different byproducts produced in the chlorous acid formed by mixing sodium chlorite with

lime juice from ReaLime,
lime juice from fresh squeezed limes, and
Chinese produced citric acid?"

Once we identify the byproducts, we can then try to figure out if they are harmful in general, and specifically what harm they present to our bodies in the trace amounts we are taking.

Tom
 

 
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