Step 1: Restore Body Alkaline pH
We test your body’s pH levels to determine where you fall on the acidic scale. The ‘normal’ range of your urine pH is 7.35 – 7.45 – This measurement gives a positive indication of the body’s mineral reserve and its acid/alkaline state. If your pH drops to 6.9 you will be in a coma. At 6.8, you will die (same if your pH rises to 7.8) just for some perspective. A pH outside the ‘normal’ ranges is incompatible with a healthy human life.
Poor diet and environmental toxins foster the development of many common and deadly disorders. Fortunately, Alkaline pH is easy to assess, and can be reversed with longterm diet and lifestyle changes.
The PH Trio consists of:
- Coral Legend The first product of the pH Trio, consists of 100% Sango marine coral powder which contains highly ionized calcium, magnesium and trace elements.
Recommended use for adults or children (age 2 and up): 1/2 to 1 tsp, 1-2 times per day.
- Quantum Aloe Drink (or Aloe Powder) The second product of the pH Trio, combines an inner-leaf aloe concentrate with organic pomegranate. When mixed with Coral Legend, the amino acid structure of the aloe powder ideally targets the coral minerals to the soft tissue for greater metabolic efficiency.
Recommended for adults or children (age 2 and up): 2 fl oz, or 6 tsp per day mixed with Coral Legend in water or juice.
- Quantum Cod Liver Oil The third product of the pH Trio, provides U.S.P. grade, mercury-free cod liver oil which is rich in Vitamin D3, an essential nutrient for calcium utilization at the cellular level. It also contains rich amounts of EPA and DHA which are critical for the brain’s growth, repair and maintenance.
Recommended use for adults or children (age 2 and up): 2 caps or 1/2 tsp per day.
Testing Urine pH
It has been clinically established that the urine’s pH is an accurate reflection of the whole body’s tissue pH. The state of the body’s acid/alkaline balance can be easily measured by testing the urine using hydrazine paper (also called pH Paper).
The urine pH is directly correlated to both tissue oxygen levels and soft tissue levels of minerals, such as calcium, magnesium and trace elements. These minerals are the basic currency of exchange for every cell in the body.