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4 Things to Know About Testing Your pH Levels


When it comes to the matter of overall health, the blood pH level stands first in the row. It is said so because the cells do not function in a proper way when the pH level of blood is acidic in nature. Due to the decrease in the pH of the body fluids (such as blood, saliva, and urine), acidosis takes place. Many diseases may take place due to an acidic pH in the body. 
Simple saliva and urine test
If you wish to undertake the test of pH levels, you need to opt for a simple test of saliva and urine. It is better if you test your saliva when an empty stomach or can test after an hour of meals. 
Average pH values
The pH levels of urine and saliva should be between an average of 6.8 and 7.4.
How to conduct a saliva test?
You need to buy pH paper from your nearby pharmacy and spit into a bowl to check your saliva accordingly. Now, the strip has to be dipped in it and right after a minute, check the colour change.
How to interpret the reading?
If you get a reading of pH levels between 4.5 and 6.0, then it leads to acidosis which tends to increase medical conditions in your body. Wherein, the pH from 6.0 to 6.8 has a less hand in promoting conditions of the diseases. And lastly, if you get them between 7.0 and 7.5, then you are going towards a healthy life. The reason for the medical condition of Acidosis is due to the loss of alkaline reserves in the body.
In order to get rid of Acidosis through exclusive diet plans, you need to contact Dietician Sheela Seharawat right away.

 

4 Things to Know About Testing Your pH Levels

4 Things to Know About Testing Your pH Levels


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