Urinary and Saliva Ph Questions

Posted by Clay (Nash, TN) on 07/31/2006

I am concerned about acids and toxins. My wife, my sons, and I are overweight. We have changed our eating habits for the good over the past few months. we have begun a family exercise program that we do every night. My concern is acids and toxins. We all test at approx 5 on urine pH and around 6 or 7 for saliva pH. Could an unbalanced body be keeping us from losing weight.

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
391 posts

The body needs to get the electrolyte and pH in order. Electrolyte means a balance magnesium, sodium, potassium, phosphorous and especially the baking soda! My experience is that, what keeps you from losing weight is that once the body gain weight from bad diet is that the body's hormones can no longer control your body. Scientist can reduce the potency for hormone in getting your body in equilibrium by adding fatty acids or oils into your body.

I have reduced weight to such an extent that I am normal, by doing some simple things. Take plenty of granulated lecithin along with your food. It will emulsify the oils and allow the body to reduce the oils, increasing the effectiveness of the body's hormones in managing your weight. Try 1 tablespoon along with every meal you take. Pectin taken at other times where you don't consume lecithin will block out body's absorption of oil. Most important is to try to take DHEA supplements. Don't take too much beyond one month, then you can take it by spacing them apart further. The DHEA I take is about 25 mg/day. It is also necessary to take vitamin B complex. The bright yellow urine comes from riboflavin B2, in case you are wondering. You must try to reduce the OILS IN YOUR FOOD. Oils is what is reducing the effectiveness of your body's hormones in weight control. Two more supplements you should take, alpha lipoic acid and biotin (usually it is in the B complex). I take about 200 mg of alpha lipoic acid. However, 100 mg should be o.k. 200 mg. might be too much for some people. Alpha lipoic is the antioxidant to the DHEA oxidant. DHEA reduces the weight and so does the alpha lipoic acid through different mechanisms. So it just balances out the ying and yang of it. Melatonin taken at night time is another one in case of sleeping problems and also an antioxidant.

Certain tips that helped me reduce weight: no MSG, no fructose, no corn syrup, no glucose, no dextrose, and finally sugar. Avoid sugars with fancy names and artificial sugar should be avoided like the plague. No bakery products, microwaved foods, no cakes, cookies, chocolates, etc.

Also do not eat after 6.00 or 7.00 p.m. The body tend to store them as fat.

No milk. They have hormones in them and will make you fat instead of the cow. They inject them into a cow to grow fat, but you ended up taking it also. Certain cow's hormones will make you fat. Therefore try to avoid cheese and all milk product. Soy milk is o.k. despite the anti-soy million dollar misinformation in U.S. The best is soy protein, they increase your HDL, and lower your LDL cholesterol. Drug companies that manipulate your cholesterol know that their biggest competitor is the simple soy protein.

You should notice a significantly reduced weight within a month following this simple advice. It is one of those things that scientist know for a long long time and the information is virtually unknown to the public. As to the oily foods, avoid vegetable oils and unsaturated fats. They get into your body and interfere with hormones ability to control your weight. Fructose, corn syrup and glucose does the same thing too. Chlorinated water blocks the actions of your thyroid by competing with iodine. Dechlorinate your water and take plenty of seaweed. Fluoridate water also causes hypothyroidism and decrease your body's metabolism. Defluoridate your water by adding a medium size pinch of borax per liter of water. Ted

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
391 posts

Basically, any chelation agent that is used in extreme weight loss is for the common metals to be excreted by the body. Those that are responsible for our concerns (such as in the breast, urinary and fecal tracts) will contain high amounts of heavy metals. As the metals are chelated out of the body, the issue is not very serious as it is chelated metals and so it doesn't generally react with the body, but the concern is chemicals such as bisphenol A, and other hormonal like chemicals that are found in fat cells. As your body gets rapid weight loss, the fat cells get smaller and release these harmful chemicals (can even be carcinogens), and there is no agent that neutralizes this (mostly) but what we can do is neutralize a majority of these by oxidation. The hydrogen peroxide (3%) is one capful in a liter of drinking water, and use that say every other day, will neutralize this safely by alternating days, so we can go from oxidation one day (to neutralize) and antioxidant (for health purpose) that way. Basically our body can get rid of harmful chemicals mostly by making our internal body "soapy" with proper alkaline measures and that will get rid of it. The problem appears that if mother is alkaline in nature but the baby is acidic, these harmful chemicals will transfer to the baby, but if the baby is also alkaline, and the metals are properly chelated there's no concern.

Replied by Emma
Utica, Ny

First of all I want to say that I love this website. Some of the remedies here are ones that my grandmother and mother have used and they work! I had a baby 4 months ago was 170 lb after birth came down to 140 lb and need to loose the 20 last pounds. I did two different very strict diets which helped. Then I read that with rapid wt loss, toxins are passed to the baby thru breast milk as im breastfeeding. can you give me any advice?

Replied by Citygirl27
Richardson, Tx, Usa

Is organic dairy OK? Organic dairy doesn't have hormones added to the animals, no GMO feed, no antibiotics etc. I have cut way back on dairy but still eat organic yogurt.