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Dr. Robert Young explains how diabetes is caused by OVER ACIDITY and how to overcome it. Besides eliminating VERY ACIDIC Foods and beverages in your diet the BEST way to Alkalize your body is by Drinking HEALTHLY, CLEAN, ALKALINE WATER! For more information on SAMSUNG's NEW Water Ionizer visit http://www.AlkaViva.com/VIP http://youtu.be/NSWI_jC2SfI Dr. Glynn Hopkins, PHD,DC , talks about characteristics of Alkaline water and it's health benefits. http://youtu.be/qREyCl70vwg Short video by Marissa Morningstaur on the comparison of AlkaViva's Vesta water Ionizer's "ULTRAFiltration" dual system and the competition. http://youtu.be/i0fdcbNHNFk EPA Certified lab test comparison of leading water ionizers on the market. Measuring both pH and ORP values. http://youtu.be/s7-R5HlHMuY American Health Journal TV program interviews Jay Hare CEO of AlkaViva. http://youtu.be/-znSSnCNugo American Health Journal TV program interviews Jay Hare CEO of AlkaViva. http://youtu.be/3sTN3_kwH5c American Health Journal TV program interviews Jay Hare CEO of AlkaViva. http://youtu.be/mpfTlOz0CBI Tony Robbins & Sage give 3 Health tips anyone can do to change their health. http://youtu.be/GFkfNMCyEVM Dr. Haas explains how ACIDITY in the body is the environment Disease thrives in. http://youtu.be/EIYeiCQtTm4 Short video on the importance of hydrating our bodies with CLEAN, Microclustered, Ionized water! http://youtu.be/GGjV6Dzu2gU TV News report on commercial applications of Alkaline and Acidic water, made by a water Ionizer. http://youtu.be/N_GoawJC5Ig Great video on the BAD effects of ACID in the body and the need to Alkalize your body for GOOD HEALTH! http://youtu.be/vZU5RipPLWU Testimony of Drinking Ionized Alkaline Water, helped with memory. http://youtu.be/GIQxL2PHvFw Dr. Ben Johnson explains what to look for in a water ionizer. http://youtu.be/oZW230HuEDw Dr. Ben Johnson explains alkaline water and it's effect of stomach acid. http://youtu.be/LXzRMD0G9HI Health Benefits of Cayenne Pepper 1.Heart Health 2. Antioxidant 3. Pain Relief 4. Cancer Prevention 5. Weight Loss 6. Prevents Blood Clots 7. Prevents Stomach Ulcers 8. Stops Bleeding. http://youtu.be/16PcYyGHWYY Dr. Young discusses how to maintain a HEALTHY pH balance in the body by drinking Alkaline water. http://youtu.be/jfSShLkgXvA Dr.Young covers the 7 stages of Acidosis. http://youtu.be/Y3a65zX3Psw Dr. Young discusses the 4 ways your body eliminates acid. http://youtu.be/RkC7ab0r-UI Jay Hare CEO of AlkaViva. http://youtu.be/4jKug1oVOaU Listen to Tony explain GOOD HEALTH through pH balance and alkalizing your body. http://youtu.be/Qzgxlg6U98A Short Video showing how to Convert your AlkaViva Vesta Water Ionizer to from 110v to 220v. http://youtu.be/sD_sx7jy_eA Paid2Save Introduction.This video explains how to save & get paid using and sharing the paid to save app. http://youtu.be/ddAyqgN9DTg is a review and explaination of the compensation plan and pay plan. http://youtu.be/Prejag5aBno is an overview of the paid 2 save business opportunity. http://youtu.be/8vBp3Y79Oh0 paid 2 save network saving you on travel, health (teledoc), pharmacy, dental, eye exams, and mobile app of deals,steals & coupons. http://youtu.be/U-MBtdJ6rJE the app story, incentivized sharing with mobile commerce. http://youtu.be/V_-JSmmVLx8 is a webinar review of Paid to Save business opportunity and comp plan. http://youtu.be/OJ8ps45OnjA Download the app today and Get PAID to SAVE! http://youtu.be/q7bu40y-4e8 How to set up a Paid2Save Merchant App Account. http://youtu.be/ZnTM1OtgSY0 fast start training webinar. http://youtu.be/zTSNcqP70h0 Getting started training.

Body Ph 101 Health Risks Of Acidosis And How To Alkalize Your Body

What is pH Balance and What is Normal in Humans? A pH number measures between 0 14 and tells us how acidic or alkaline a liquid is. Liquids that measure below 7 are acidic and numbers above 7 are said to be alkaline. Normal body pH levels in humans range between 7.35 to 7.45, so our blood is slightly alkaline. You all know that your body has an optimal temperature of 98.6 degrees. but did you know it also has an optimal pH level? And just as the smallest deviation in your bodys temperature can lead to peril, so can a slight imbalance of the pH levels in your blood. Alkalinity, Weight Loss, and Energy Tony Robbins, Life Coach and Creator of Living Health While some have theorized, such as Michael Lam (referenced above) that water and pollution lead to acidosis, while this may very well be true, the vast majority of scientists blame the evolution of the Western diet (lots of meat & carbs, fewer fruits and veggies) as the primary cause for the prevalence of acidity in humans. Our ancestors were thought to have eaten more of a plant-based diet (alkaline), and tended to stay away from coffee, pizza, and alcohol, which are highly acidic. As Dr. Pizzorno stated in his aforementioned publ Continue reading >>

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  1. Michael Simpson

    Diabetic ketoacidosis (the formal name, and the one most diabetics use, abbreviating it as DKA) can happen in Type 2 diabetics, but as you implied it is rare.
    Type 1 diabetics totally lack or have insufficient amounts of insulin. So the body produces the antagonistic hormone, glucagon, because there's no insulin, which to the body means there's low glucose. Glucagon then induces the liver to use fat as energy, producing ketone bodies while also forcing the liver to convert glycogen to glucose. Unfortunately, the blood glucose levels are high because the Type 1 Diabetic has no insulin. This causes the blood osmolarity to skyrocket, and the kidneys try to compensate by removing ketones and glucose from the blood.
    Since the kidneys have a maximum capacity to clear excess glucose from the blood, the blood becomes more acidotic and ketone bodies rise at the same time. And that leads to more serious issues like coma and death.
    The feedback systems are all broken, so the body spins out of control. It is often the first sign of Type 1 diabetes.
    So the one difference between Type 1 and Type 2 diabetics is that Type 1 has no insulin, but Type 2 generally has insulin in the blood to suppress the release of glucagon. And this is why it's rare in Type 2 diabetics.

  2. Liang-Hai Sie

    We need insulin to be able to utilize glucose, type 2 has some insulin, not enough because of the insulin resistance, type 1 don't, so in type one ketosis can develop because the lack of insulin causes the body to burn fat that forms ketones if no inslin is administered. I knew a man who every time he was arrested by intent "forgot" to inject his insulin so ended in hospital with a keto-aciditic diabetic coma, out of jail.

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Experimental Research Effect Of Experimentally Induced Metabolic Acidosis On Aortic Endothelial Permeability And Serum Nitric Oxide Concentration In Normal And High-cholesterol Fed Rabbits

Papers, Reference Manager, RefWorks, Zotero Khazaei M, Nematbakhsh M. Experimental researchEffect of experimentally induced metabolic acidosis on aortic endothelial permeability and serum nitric oxide concentration in normal and high-cholesterol fed rabbits. Archives of Medical Science. 2012;8(4):719-723. doi:10.5114/aoms.2012.30296. Khazaei, M., & Nematbakhsh, M. (2012). Experimental researchEffect of experimentally induced metabolic acidosis on aortic endothelial permeability and serum nitric oxide concentration in normal and high-cholesterol fed rabbits. Archives of Medical Science, 8(4), 719-723. Khazaei, Majid, and Mehdi Nematbakhsh. 2012. "Experimental researchEffect of experimentally induced metabolic acidosis on aortic endothelial permeability and serum nitric oxide concentration in normal and high-cholesterol fed rabbits". Archives of Medical Science 8 (4): 719-723. doi:10.5114/aoms.2012.30296. Khazaei, M., and Nematbakhsh, M. (2012). Experimental researchEffect of experimentally induced metabolic acidosis on aortic endothelial permeability and serum nitric oxide concentration in normal and high-cholesterol fed rabbits. Archives of Medical Science, 8(4), pp.719-723. Khaza Continue reading >>

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  1. Russ

    I've noticed for a while now that my urine smells different . . . i heard it would smell like ammonia? Mine smells like plastic wrap, like when you open a new CD and take the plastic off, you get that smell . . its fairly strong, and has only started happening since going primal, is it safe to assume i am in ketosis?

  2. Rivvin

    Originally posted by Russ
    I've noticed for a while now that my urine smells different . . . i heard it would smell like ammonia? Mine smells like plastic wrap, like when you open a new CD and take the plastic off, you get that smell . . its fairly strong, and has only started happening since going primal, is it safe to assume i am in ketosis? Stop eating Lady Ga-Ga CDs?
    99.99% its ketosis if you have been eating ketosis levels of carbs. If you have not been eating that level of carbs, you might have a problem.

  3. Russ

    Originally posted by Rivvin
    Stop eating Lady Ga-Ga CDs?
    99.99% its ketosis if you have been eating ketosis levels of carbs. If you have not been eating that level of carbs, you might have a problem. Starting 2 weeks ago i dropped down to 100g of carbs a day, then ~5 days later i droped to under 50g per day. So i do believe i have been eating a ketosis level of carbs

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Will The "acid/alkaline" Myth Ever Die ?

FollowFollowingUnfollowArnold Wiseman, LION (MR PALEO) Functional Nutritionist, Physical Fitness Specialist, Energy Intuitive, Qigong Healer This is not science, it is one of those popular concepts adopted as fact by the average person who either does not understand human biochemistry, or refuses to part with an ideology they have integrated as "truth" into their own personal paradigm... "Many of you have probably heard of the alkaline diet. There are a few different versions of the acid-alkaline theory circulating the internet, but the basic claim is that the foods we eat leave behind an ash after they are metabolized, and this ash can be acid or alkaline (alkaline meaning more basic on the pH scale). According to the theory, it is in our best interest to make sure we eat more alkaline foods than acid foods, so that we end up with an overall alkaline load on our body. This will supposedly protect us from the diseases of modern civilization, whereas eating a diet with a net acid load will make us vulnerable to everything from cancer to osteoporosis. To make sure we stay alkaline, they recommend keeping track of urine or saliva pH using handy pH test strips . In this two-part serie Continue reading >>

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  1. jamesthompson91

    Ketosis & testosterone help & advice needed.

    Ok 1stly I'm sorry if I'm doing this wrong but I'm not big on forums and unsure how they work, so I found a relative one to post on. That been said...
    I'm 21 6ft 1inc 80kg and down to 12% bf my diet is ok quick example...
    Morning:
    Half a shake 30g
    Morning cardio for 20mins HIIT usually
    5/6 eggwhites 1 hole egg 30g cheese or some bacon served on top of spinach.
    Green tea
    20g peanut butter= 12g fat
    2nd meal
    Usually 200g of chicken grilled on a Forman served with handful of greens, spinach I like to add small serving of tinned chopped tomatoes to add some flavour and moisture
    20g peanut butter= 12g fat
    Pre workout,
    I take an ECA stack or simple black coffe and caffeine as well as 10g of creatine
    Mid way through workout I have half a protein shake
    Post workout full shake 2scoops and another 10g of creatine.
    3rd meal usually about 30 mins after workout
    Another meat serving that will give me 50g proteins. No carbs usually again with brockerly or spinach.
    4th and 5th
    Usually relatively close to the second meal.
    Using fitness pal on average it says
    I consume 65g fat (sure this should be higher)
    243g of proteins
    18g carbs
    so not going to go too much into it. I'm doing a ketosis diet and I consume 2200 kcal in a mix of proteins and the remaining in good fats and what have you. I get 300g protein in daily. I have 1 refeed day a week in which I eat pretty much what I want. What I would like to know is how effective a testosterone cycle will be, should I maybe up carbs or will my refeed dates service for my cut? When is the best time to take test, around my refeed and dieting? And finally are there any other good supplements I could be taking to help myself in anyway possible? I read about anabolic pump and P-slim to take on refeed to up my glycogen uptake during insulin spikes?!? I say all this loosely as I have no actual background in this and is all based on what I have read, and these days everything seems to contradict them selfs. Should I maybe scrap ketosis and just aim to lean gain on test? Thanks for any help in advanced, sorry if anything I have said is naive but the best way for me to find out is asking.

  2. Damienm05

    YOUR FATS ARE TOO LOW! 2200 kcal keto should be more like ~200g protein ~150g fat -- you're hindering your fat loss right now. In fact, your body is probably converting that protein to glucose via gluconeogenesis because it's not getting enough fat, so it's not even a keto diet right now. Your meals should be like 5 whole eggs or dark meat chicken with spinach and olive oil, ribeye steaks, etc.
    NOW, onto the the fun stuff:
    I'd run your keto diet until you're as lean as you want to be. This will A) reduce the risk of sides from the test, B) allow you to maximize your cycle gains by not having to focus on cutting at the same time, and C) prime you for glycogen supercompensation when you start your cycle (basically you'll be more sensitive to carbs and soak that shit up and maximize gains).
    To recap: up the fat, finish cutting, slowly add back carbs at 50g a day over the course of a week, begin your cycle and continue to eat slightly above maintenance with plenty of complex carbs daily. If you want to minimize any fat gain and bloating on your cycle, try localizing your carbs around your workout and have pro/fat meals for the rest. Also, anabolic pump is a great supplement for running a balanced complex carb-based diet and not just for refeeds. Good luck!

  3. jamesthompson91

    Thanks for your quick response and advice. Although I posted this yesterday I wrote it about two weeks ago and massively upped my fats. I am happy with how lean I am now I'm at about 10%. So in response to you do you recone I should scrap the idea of using test to help increase the intensity of my workouts whilst cutting and instead head more towards lean gaining? And if so lean gaining then would you maybe recommend carb cycle then, to increase glycogen uptake whilst staying reasonably lean? For example just something simple like 4days off carbs 3 days on. Maybe low carbs pre and post workout? Thanks again.

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