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urine ph

  1. yerrag

    Does Anyone Have References that Validate the Use of Urine pH as a Proxy for Blood/ECF pH?

    For a while now, I've been taking urine pH using pH test strips and using the pH readings as basis to determine how close my blood/ecf pH is to optimal ecf pH, which is 7.4. As used by naturopathic doctors, optimal urine pH is 6.5 -6.8. I think this has been accepted by many in the forum...