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Re: My first real water fast starts tomorrow!
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Re: My first real water fast starts tomorrow!

Carbonic acid forms alkaline bicarbonates with calcium, sodium, potassium, and other group 1A and 2A elements (and other cations). So the mere presence of these minerals (dietary) acts as a buffering system in the water. The amount of H2CO3 in the water will remain constant because the consistant partial pressuer of CO2 in the atmosphere (Henrey's Law) and the acid-base equilibria will remain undisturbed (Le Chatlier's principle). So mineral water will always remain BASIC and distilled water will become ACIDIC if exposed to the atmosphere. I think the type of water consumed may determine the pH of the blood to some extent.

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