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Question Over Ph Levels

Posted by Matthew (Fayetteville, AR) on 01/17/2006

I have a question over PH levels. I have been taking ACV (_______s) for over a week for acid reflux - it has been effective - but my body PH is very high all the time (5.5). For the last two weeks I have been eating veg/juice etc & limiting my food intake of acid foods. Should I stop taking the ACV?

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
391 posts

I suspect the acid reflux issue is a parasite issue. To get your pH to a more reasonable value, it is o.k. for you to take some one teaspoon of baking soda to help you balance the the pH to a more ideal value. What the ACV does is it kills the parasites, and the acid reflux becomes controllable. However, you might mess up your body's pH so you can try some baking soda added to ACV or taken separately.