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Importance of Acidic pH and pH Scale Examples pH is a scale that is used to measure the acidity or alkalinity of any substance. This scale ranges between 0 and 14, with 7 being the neural pH. Any reading less than 7 represents the acidic pH range. On the other hand, anything more than 7 represents an alkaline range of pH. In this context, it is extremely important to understand the impact of pH on the human body. pH levels of the body: The ideal pH for the human blood...

How to Use Ketone Test Strips while on a Low Carbohydrate Diet? A low carbohydrate diet focuses on avoiding the consumption of foods with high carbohydrate content such as starchy vegetables, fruits, and grains. Instead, these diet plans emphasize on foods high in fat and protein. Low carb diets are most commonly used these days for weight loss. However, some of these diets are also known to reduce the risk factors associated with metabolic syndrome and type 2 diabetes. Over the years, we have heard about the harmful effects of...

Why Ketone Urine Strips are Great for Checking Ketone Levels as you Lose Weight Ketone urine strips are thin paper strips used by millions of men and women these days to detect the presence of ketones in their urine. The extreme popularity of these strips can be attributed to the fact that they are cheap and convenient to use. Some of you may be curious to find out why would someone use keto urine strips in the first place and how do they function. If you are already following or...

Keto Urine Strips and other Alternatives to Measuring Ketones Before discussing the different methods for measuring ketones, it is important to understand the importance of ketone. If you are looking to test the ketone level of your body, there is a high probability that you are on a ketogenic diet. This high fat, moderate protein and low carbohydrate diet plan shifts the metabolic pattern of the body to a state where body fat is utilized for energy synthesis. Ketones are produced during this process as the by-product, and provide a...

What Food Should We Eat for a Normal pH Level? Today we will discuss the importance of body pH and how we can lead a healthy life by eliminating excess acid. The acid-alkali balance of the body plays a significant role in maintaining its dynamic equilibrium. Numerous studies have confirmed the fact that an acidic body pH restricts the proper functioning of the enzymes, leading to conditions such as osteoporosis, diabetes, heart disease, and even cancer. In case of individuals with a chronically acidic body pH, the body tries its...

Study Suggests Keto Diets May Benefit Suffers of Super-refractory Status Epilepticus. Today, our article is focused around how a keto diet may help individuals suffering from a relatively rare form of epilepsy known as super-refractory status epilepticus or SRSE. Always severe and sometimes even fatal, SRSE is characterized by prolonged seizures. Medically induced comas are often used as a preventive measure to restrict further brain and body damage. As reported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than five million people in the U.S. have a seizure disorder. More...

Protect Your Body from the Impacts of Increased Acid Load If you have been following our recent articles, you already know that the pH of a healthy body tends to be on the alkaline side. Though the blood pH doesn’t change, your saliva and urine pH can change because of the foods we consume. The overall alkalinity of our bodies can increase or decrease as the combined effect of different foods. As an alkaline state is healthier, the body always tries to maintain alkalinity throughout its cells and tissues. Staring from...

Know How Alkaline pH Foods Can Improve Your Health Hi folks! Welcome back to our blog. In today’s brief article, we will discuss how your food habit can impact the pH balance of your body and how your health can improve simply by consuming more alkaline food. In simple words, most of the foods we consume have either an alkalizing or acidifying impact on the body. Please note though this may change the pH of your saliva and urine, but not that of the blood.  The normal pH level of the...