Water & Acid/Alkaline Balance
By Atom Bergstrom
Re: Hi, Atom, finding your posts on acidity/alkalinity interesting. How does this relate to drinking water in your opinion?
Water or the lack of water can induce profound metabolic changes.
Drinking four or five 8-ounce glasses of water can make someone over-alkaline (ammonioselic) in mere minutes. (If someone is in a state of shock, that’s a death sentence.)
It takes days without water to return to normal, and a few days more to become over-acidic (ureoselic).
Almost any liquid can be substituted for “water,” including alkaline water, rainwater, coffee, herb tea, fruit juice, soda pop, Gatorade, etc.
Water transcends chemistry, and is “greater than the sum of its parts.”
Re: What do you think about alkaline water?
See above for alkaline water.
Re: So it’s not an issue then?
Minor. Something like rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic while it’s sinking.
Tiny events CAN make big differences.
This is known as the Butterfly Effect.
Thus “alkaline water” can alkalize, acidify, or neutralize given the right state of mind, circumstances, and timing.