Section 1: Loss of Calcium in the Liver
Naturally, we could spend a lot of time getting into all the specific names of all the various minerals and compounds but the point above is to give us a functional view of what is happening in digestion and the basic particles that the body uses to put itself together with as well as keep itself running. And now we begin with the initial breakdown that occurs when a person's reserve energy begins to breakdown in his or her body.
1. Loss of Calcium in the Liver
This is the first thing that is going to happen. When it does, the gastric juice is going to get weaker, something we will see in the
urine and saliva pH numbers. A weakened gastric juice means a weakened ability to extract various nutrients, etc. from the foods we are eating.
Perfect ---------------- 6.40 / 6.40
Alkaline/Alkaline -- 7.20 / 7.20
Acid/Alkaline ------- 5.90 / 7.20
Alkaline/Acid ------- 7.20 / 5.90
Acid/Acid ------------- 5.90 / 5.90
Back to Perfect ---- 6.40 / 6.40
Strangely enough, the pHs and the rest of the numbers seem to often close right back in on near perfect just before death which is why I put the perfect 6.40 / 6.40 pH reading at the end. Keep the above in mind as you consider how much calcium has been lost in the liver and how weak that gastric juice truly has become. The body can only process minerals that have been properly freed from the atomic bonds holding them together in the foods we eat. If the atomic bonds are not properly broken down, two things will have happened:
So, again, the initial stage of degeneration occurring in the body is going to be a loss of calcium in the liver. Dr. Reams states it this way:
Below, please find a list of Organs and other Body Tissues and the pH Resistance Levels that are found in them:
Also, below, please find a table I put together using Figure 7-11 above. This table will help to put the pH of various body tissues into perspective and as our understanding improves, we will begin to know why the numbers are the way they are:
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