**Take a gallon of water every
morning and check the pH. Then add 1 oz. of Neutralizer. Check the pH again. If pH is not where it needs to be, add 1/4 teas.
of Baking Soda (Aluminum free if possible). This is for those who cannot afford to continually add the Neutralizer to balance
the pH. This is also temporary, to raise the pH quickly. Then it is up to you to feed your body right. Check the pH again.
Keep doing this until the pH is up to 7.2. This is the pH water you should be drinking daily. If there is a serious condition
you should do this protocol for a least a month. If it is still off considerably, do it again for another month. Depending
on your condition and how bad you want to be well. If your body’s pH is not up to 7.2 you need to do it again another
month. Up to 3 months if need be.
putting things into your body that throw off the pH. Start eating more alkaline foods so that the pH will stay up. A body
cannot be sick in a balanced pH environment.
****Reverse osmosis water &
distilled water have a pH of 5 to 5.2. You need to bring this up also. Bottled water that states that it has a pH of 7.2 and
is stored in plastic, needs to be tested also as it will change.
Here is the formula
for determining the amount of water needed daily: Total body weight in pounds, divided by one half, equals the amount
of water needed daily in ounces, (example: 100 pounds divided by 2 = 50 pounds, therefore, consume 50 ounces of water per
Now that I've personally lost
20 pounds of weight I can probably reduce the amount of water I drink. The water MUST be alkaline water. Use the
test strips to check the alkalinity of the water. If the water is not at the optimal 7.0 pH then it's not alkaline enough
to help you.