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i.e. you mean 'Overly' alkaline blood is bad...but alkaline is good
 
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i.e. you mean 'Overly' alkaline blood is bad...but alkaline is good


In other words, "overly alkaline" blood is bad (well yes, of course, "overly" anything is bad! ;-) I think we agree - the optimal blood ph is in the range of 7.

I'm leaning towards testing and using trace minerals - most people are dificient in many of them due to depleted soils. Lack of several of them can lead to overly (there's that word again) acid blood. (I'm not talking about the GI tract at all, it is separate, and of course in places it should be on the acid side. I'm only talking about the rest of the body). I think that many people would fail in some part of the following tests you had mentioned:

"1)Normal calcium, kidney (Bicarbonate level, electrolytes-(sodium, phosphorus, cholride, potassium (Should be between 4.4-4.7, ideally), magnesium)-ketones, Creatine) and liver function (Albumin, LDH, Bilirubin, ALK PHOS) outrules just about every possible concern there could be for systemic acidity."

And if they do fail some of the above, then they cannot rule out systemic acidity.
 

 
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