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I think, at least from reading your short article, that this is a little simplistic. I am a Medical Technologist and normal pH in blood is 7.35-7.45. That being said the most common pH found in urine is from 5 to 7, and urine is directly filtered from the renal artery. While what you eat does impact this, I think it is far more complicated than that


I think you need to analyze his credentials and see if this is quack or science. Hmmm...I smell un-accredited credentials. Master of Science? There isn't really a "Master of Science." You must specialize in a part of biology, not science in general.

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