PH Balance

When the problem starts?

Hyperacidity does not occur suddenly. This is a slow process - sometimes lasting years.
If the body produces higher acid metabolic waste products than can be neutralised or excreted this will result in a hyperacidity of the organism.
If the acid-base balance is imbalanced, the optimal functioning of the body will be impaired.
The body deposits all hyperacids in connective tissue to release and excrete them as soon as sufficient basic minerals salts are available in the blood. In case of lack of alkaline mineral salts and continuous hyperacidity the body restores its own minerals, e.g. calcium from the bones which can result in the future in osteoporosis.
   
           
           
      The negative influences
- highly acidifying food (e.g. meat, cheese, sausage …)
- too much stress
- inflammatory processes
- medicine
- insufficient basifying food (e.g. fruit, vegetable, potatoes …)
- insufficient minerals (e.g. grain products, nuts, vegetable, fruit …)
- insufficient exercise
- insufficient fresh air
   
       
       
           
  What you can do!
You can take various actions with regard to dietary hyperacidity. The main factors are nutritional reorganisation and dietary supplements with products from PASCOE basic range. With pH - balance PASCOE, you can make a positive impact on the mineral and acid-base balance.  
   
           
  pH-balance PASCOE
Ingredients: Calcium carbonate (35.7%), sodium carbonate (28.6%), magnesium carbonate (21.4%), corn starch, sodium phosphate (3.6%), potassium carbonate (3.6%), anti-caking agent talcum, anti-caking agent magnesium stearate
Daily allowance: 2 tablets 1-4 times daily to be taken with sufficient fluid after the meal
How supplied: 125 tablets (70 g)
Practitioner price: £10.00 + VAT  
     
      Sugar and Lactose Free
Suitable in Pregnancy


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Disclaimer: These products should only be used by qualified practitioners and no responsibility can be taken for self medication.

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