The chemistry of the human body requires a balanced pH level to maintained good health, and many well-informed health experts suggest striving to maintain a slightly alkaline pH ranging from 7.35 and 7.45. 

Unfortunately, the human body has a tendency to be slightly acidic. In an acidic state, the body becomes susceptible to chronic illnesses such as gout, arthritis, kidney stones, cancer, and more. A convenience food diet, medications, lifestyle and stress can bring about low-grade acidosis, which is entirely detrimental for our health.

So what’s the solution? Optimising your pH of course. In this article, we’ll consider the effects of imbalanced pH balance while suggesting ways to positively influence your body pH.