How To Make Alkaline Water To Fight Fatigue, Digestive Problems And Cancer

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What is alkaline water?

Alkalinity and acidity are measured on the pH scale, which is a scale from 0-14 that measures the concentration of hydrogen ions in compounds from batteries to food. Neutral is measured at 7.0, while acids are below 7.0 and alkaline compounds (or bases) are greater than 7.0. Alkaline water is water that measures anywhere above a 7.0 on the pH scale.

Symptoms Of Acidic Body

-Muscle pain or cramps after walking short distances
-Constant fatigue
-Easily running out of breath
-Often feeling like you can’t get enough air

Importance of Alkalinity

We have known from century that food can determine our overall pH levels. Dr. Otto Warburg of Germany 1931 Nobel Prize winner discovering that up to 95% of all cancers have acidic environment as the cause behind them. He also showed that cancers cannot thrive in an alkaline environment where the pH level is 7.36 or more.

He claimed almost a century ago that acidosis (excess acidity) is not only connected to development of cancer, it could also cause other diseases like osteoporosis, diabetes, heart disease and almost all other chronic diseases which we suffer from nowadays.

Alkaline water- recipe

Ingredients:
1 tablespoon of Himalayan salt (
1 organic lemon
2 liters of purified water (it’s good to have an osmosis filter)
1 large glass jar (plastic has chemicals and impurities that are acidic to your body).

Method of preparation:
Pour the water in the glass. Cut the lemon in slices and add it inside the water. Add the Himalayan salt. Cover the glass and leave it at room temperature for 12-24 hours.

How to use it

If you want to get the best results from this homemade alkaline water, you need to drink it first thing in the morning, on empty stomach. You need to drink at least 3 glasses of this alkaline water every day, on empty stomach. You can also drink this alkaline water during the day.

Additional sources:

http://www.wikihow.com/Make-Alkaline-Water

http://www.fitday.com/fitness-articles/n

http://www.eater.com/drinks/

http://www.precisionnutrition.com/

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