What causes high pH levels?


High pH in the body is normally caused by loss of acid from the blood. This loss is brought about by a poor diet that emphasizes on acid producing foods like meat rather than alkaline producing foods like vegetables. This forces the body to seek minerals such as calcium, magnesium and potassium from vital body organs which eventually become damaged.
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What Causes High PH Levels?
Owning a fish tank involves being aware of pH levels on a weekly basis. New water, a dirty tank or unwanted chemical substances can cause pH levels to fluctuate. Assessing pH balances, knowing what level fish require, and how to fix the problem are keys... More »
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