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Re: Sans Sucre: Baking soda/alkalinity question
 
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Re: Sans Sucre: Baking soda/alkalinity question


Sorry, to highjack this thread, per perhaps my experience may shed some light on this. After my 10 th liver flush my PH was at 5.5 and stayed there for 5 days. The alternative medical practitioner who told me about liver flushes and got me to do them, cautioned me that sometimes PH levels that low and for that long a duration after a liver flush may in fact be a reflection of stripping the body of important alkanizing minerals. She explained to me that liver flushes are a good thing if not done in excess. She said that if one is not careful with them and does not allow the body sufficient time to regulate itself between flushes, a major mineral deficiency can be created which can lead to more long term health problems. She told me that she has seen in this in her practice numerous times.


Sorry if this sounds off topic.
 

 
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