Acid-Alkaline Bones

By Atom Bergstrom

Atom’s Blog

Re: Urine is waste being removed from the body so would always be acidic surely? Why would it ever be alkaline, surely then you are pissing your bones (alkaline) out?

Urine pH isn’t an indicator of what happens in most of the rest of the body.

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According to the Times of India (Jul. 7, 2021) …

“It may come as a surprise but it is important for our bones too as 50 percent of our bones are protein in terms of volume. Good quality protein intake prevents ageing. The hair, nails and skin are mainly made of protein, and its deficiency can lead to brittle nails and hair fall. It can also cause edema.”

Edema is an over-alkaline syndrome.

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Tim Arnett (“Regulation of bone cell function by acid-base balance,” The Proceedings of the Nutrition Society, May 2003) wrote …

“Bone growth and turnover results from the coordinated activities of two key cell types. Bone matrix is deposited and mineralised by osteoblasts and it is resorbed by osteoclasts, multinucleate cells that excavate pits on bone surfaces. It has been known since the early 20th century that systemic acidosis causes depletion of the skeleton, an effect assumed to result from physico-chemical dissolution of bone mineral. However, our own work has shown that resorption pit formation by cultured osteoclasts was absolutely dependent on extracellular acidification; these cells are inactive at pH levels above about 7.3 and show maximum stimulation at a pH of about 6.9.”

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The acetic acid in vinegar kills microbes and inhibits food spoilage.

That’s why well over 99% of LIVING food is acidic (including the sap of plants).

After food is dead as a door-nail, it leaves behind an alkaline ash (residues remaining after LIFE is burnt to a crisp).

You’ll never find Qi in either minerals or magnetism.

Minerals are analogous to a clam’s shell — they give LIFE its prostheses to ambulate.

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'Acid-Alkaline Bones' have 5 comments

  1. July 10, 2021 @ 4:37 pm Ben

    Thanks for your opinion.
    This may be true for you, but it is not true for me. Years ago, I modified my eating habits, according to the idea of an acid-alkaline balance. It works for me, and it works for many others. References are books by Drs. Stefan Domenig, Eva Maria Kraske, Susan Richards, among others.
    You refer to Tim Arnett, “our own work has shown that resorption pit formation by cultured osteoclasts was absolutely dependent on extracellular acidification; these cells are inactive at pH levels above about 7.3 and show maximum stimulation at a pH of about 6.9.” How could he observe and measure this in live human beings?
    You scoff at the alkaline residue left after digesting certain foods, which is like the ash left after burning wood in a fire, “an alkaline ash (residues remaining after LIFE is burnt to a crisp)”. Did you know that before the widespread installation of electricity, people burned wood for heat and light, and they put the ash in their gardens to make them more fertile? The mineral content of specific foods make them aklaline- or acid-forming after digestion. Except for iodine, phosphorous, and chlorine, all the other minerals in foods leave an alkaline-forming residue in the blood after digestion, including magnesium, potassium, calcium, sodium, zinc, manganese, and others.
    An overview of this other point of view is here –
    https://thealkalinediet.org/blog/definitive-explanation-to-acid-and-alkaline-forming-foods

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    • July 10, 2021 @ 10:10 pm Atom

      You’re confusing cremation with burning, and you’re confusing the blood SERUM with the red blood cells and, most importantly, with the ENTIRE BODY.

      When LIFE goes bye-bye, it leaves behind 3 to 10 pounds of ash in a funeral urn, and the bulk of it is from immobile bones with tiny amounts from mobile muscles and nerves.

      LIFE is created out of OXYGEN, CARBON, HYDROGEN, and PHOSPHORUS to run the car called “body” with the help of other atomic elements

      It’s EASY to measure pH ANYWHERE in a living person. A Beckman pH meter has been used for that purpose since the 1940s, and scientists have more sophisticated methods today.

      Arnold Beckman invented the “acidimeter” in 1935.

      DNA is very flexible, thriving from 5 to 9 — a factor of 10,000.

      The minerals you mention are alkaline in BLOOD SERUM and FINAL RESIDUE, but that’s not true inside a living body.

      Sodium, potassium, and zinc are acidic and anabolic. They help build muscles for the body builder or tumors for the cancer victim, depending on their lifestyles.

      Intriguingly, there IS a minuscule amount of consciousness in minerals, notably in TIN, but tin has little use in biology and limited use in medicine.

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      • July 11, 2021 @ 4:35 pm Ben Rockefeller

        Thanks for your reply, but I am confusing nothing.
        The pH of the stomach, small intestines, urine, and elsewhere varies, but the blood pH is tightly and autonomously regulated between 7.35 and 7.45. Does this not indicate something about the desirability of an internal alkaline environment?
        The fact that each of us is made up of about four percent minerals does not address the acid-alkaline balance and the desirability of renewing the stock and reserves of minerals, ideally from food – https://www.newscientist.com/question/what-is-the-body-made-of/ .
        I can do without the mechanical metaphors of anatomy.
        If you are looking for a metaphor, the body is not a machine. The body is a garden, but your garden is not my garden.
        “The minerals you mention are alkaline in BLOOD SERUM and FINAL RESIDUE, but that’s not true inside a living body.”
        Is not blood serum found in a living body?
        Where did you read the above statement?
        “Sodium, potassium, and zinc are acidic and anabolic. They help build muscles for the body builder or tumors for the cancer victim, depending on their lifestyles.”
        Where did you read the above statements?
        Source or reference?
        If these minerals are obtained from foods, they are akaline-forming in the body, like magnesium and others.
        What is a mineral deficiency for one person can be a mineral excess for another. Toxicities and mineral deficiencies can cause chronic illness, such as cancer, heart disease, diabetes or other.
        You seem to have some strong opinions, and if they work for you, then good luck to you, but I am not convinced that they correspond to facts that can be observed, measured, and repeated. You can call me a wild, whacked out conspiracy theorist, but regarding the acid-alkaline balance, again I refer to the works of Dr. Domenig, Kraske, Richards, and Young. Have you read any of these?
        Do you have any specific comments that contradict theirs?

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        • July 11, 2021 @ 5:13 pm Atom

          We’re obviously living on different planets. :-D

          Blood is only 10% of the human body. What about the other 90%?

          And red blood cells (separated from all that serum and plasma) don’t even have nuclei or DNA.

          It’s said that the LIFE is in the blood, but only the FOOD for life is in the blood.

          As for the pH of urine, saliva, stomach, small intestines, large intestines, etc. — you’re measuring OUTSIDE the body.

          Did you know we have an INSIDE?

          Even blood is technically OUTSIDE the body, flowing THROUGH it in reservoirs called arteries, arterioles, capillaries, venules, and veins.

          A pH of 7.35 to 7.45 might be important if I were a nanobot confined to the bloodstream.

          My rebuttal(s) can be found in my e-books (among other places) …

          Acidify Or Die: The Myth of the Benefits of an Alkaline Diet
          http://solartiming.com/store–e-books.php#Acidify-or-Die

          Butterflies Need No Taxidermist
          http://solartiming.com/store–e-books.php#BNNT

          Circadian Quantum Force Alchemy From A to Z
          http://solartiming.com/store–e-books.php#CQFA

          Not Cancer … CANCEL
          http://solartiming.com/store–e-books.php#Not-Cancer-CANCEL

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  2. July 10, 2021 @ 10:19 pm Atom

    Re: What are your thoughts on meditation pyramids to concentrate that energy into a point of focus?

    If pyramids do something for meditation, it’s not the kind of meditation that attracts me.

    However, there’s no doubt that geometry affects biology.

    I slept under a pyramid tent for a year or so, and “petrified” an egg by placing it on top of a pyramid array.

    My razor blades seemed to last longer left on that same array.

    When I managed a metaphysical book store, we rented an upstairs office to G. Patrick Flanagan, who put the pyramid craze into hyperdrive.

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