rebalance ph body


rebalance ph body

When the body is in perfect balance, all of the body’s systems function optimally. This metabolic balance, which is strongly influenced by food, is a guarantee of health and well-being.

Extreme asthenia, heartburn, joint pain, muscle palpitations, increased blood pressure … these are some signs that you should not be indifferent to and which should really alert you to the acid-base balance in your body. At the risk of your bones becoming demineralized and your immune system becoming less efficient, it is now important to rebalance your body’s hydrogen potential.

Through this article, we will show you the daily behaviors to adopt for an ideal pH as well as the role of marine cosmetics in obtaining and maintaining an optimal pH.

The pH, a determining indicator for health

The pH (Hydrogen potential) is an indicator that reveals a lot about the quality of the water and the food we consume on a daily basis. Since each element we consume has its own pH, our body constantly seeks to restore the fragile balance temporarily disturbed by the ingestion of products that are too acidic or too alkaline. This is what we call cellular homeostasis: the ability to maintain balance in the body despite external stresses.

The acidified body is bound to go the extra mile to keep the pH constant and stable in the blood. Cells have difficulty performing their functions. A chronically acid body works both physically and mentally. The person feels lifeless, low in energy, tiredness, reduced muscle strength and poor mental capacity. Chronic acidification promotes body, muscle and joint weight gain, osteoporosis, oxygen stress, degenerative diseases, and accelerated aging.

The acid-base balance is one of the great balances in our body’s metabolism that must be maintained at all costs if we want to stay in perfect health. By restoring this balance, we have the chance to slow the progression of osteoarthritis or osteoporosis.

Regulate pH using marine cosmetics

You can use lactic acid or citric acid to lower the pH of a preparation. On the contrary, to increase it, use baking soda or lime water. Certain active ingredients such as bamboo sap or lithotamine also naturally increase the pH. In aqueous lotions, this increase is also possible thanks to the incorporation of lime water in its preparation. We recommend that you always add your pH in small amounts to mix well and control the pH after each addition.

Seaweed has many benefits. It is essential to adapt the pH of cosmetic products to the pH of the skin; this in order not to unbalance or irritate her. The role of the body’s natural acidity is to fight against the development of pathogens and microorganisms. It is then appropriate to put the pH of a cosmetic intended for the care of the body around 5.5 to 6. This is the most judicious way to provide your body with a product suitable to its nature which will give you the desired effect.

How to rebalance the pH in the body

The body is endowed with very efficient regulatory mechanisms to keep its pH within very narrow limits. These mechanisms are expressly called upon, and the body ends up using minerals present in muscles and tendons to restore balance when the acidity is too high. The body will use the minerals stored in the bones if the imbalance persists.

To restore the pH in the body, it should:

  • Avoid processed foods;
  • Fill up on fiber;
  • To hydrate, drink herbal teas in abundance;
  • Reduce white flours;
  • Eat more raw vegetables;
  • Reduce animal proteins;
  • Exercise and get a good night’s sleep;
  • Avoid excess meat and alcohol;
  • Etc ..

Some links:

How to measure the pH of the skin
In cosmetics, we can measure the PH of the skin of the face, which is essential to know in order to better understand the nature of our skin.

What causes the pH to vary?
Outdoor conditions can cause your pH to vary

What pH for the face?

The benefits of seawater
Sea water is rich in minerals and is beneficial for health

Algae in Brittany.
Did you know that Brittany is the richest environment in seaweed on the European continent?

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