pH Testing

pH stands for potential hydrogen. It is the measurement of resistance and indicates the speed of digestion and the creation of energy. It indicates digestive health and overall liver function.

pH is tested using a fresh sample of urine and saliva. The number result indicates how fast or how slow the upper digestion (determined by saliva) and the lower digestion (determined by urine) are moving. Too fast can hinder the body from being able to absorb nutrients. Too slow can cause toxins to be reabsorbed by the body. If the upper and lower digestions are moving at different speeds, there could be a signifcant loss of energy. 

It is important to bring the numbers of each digestive area as close to 6.4 as possible. That is optimal health.

Ameling, J. (n.d.). pH Balancing with RBTI Introduction. Retrieved April 29, 2020, from https://trinityschool.instructure.com/courses/364/pages/week-1-lecture-1-ph-balancing-with-rbti-introduction

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