Two very important things we need to discuss: 1. How gorgeous is this pH spectrum? (it's a rhetorical question cause who doesn't love anything rainbow inspired). 2. Your body's pH is serious b-to-the-isnass. You keep it in the 'acidic' range and yo body be eff'd up. Keep it in the alkaline range and it'll be jumping for joy. It's really that easy.
Let's talk pH balance in the body. pH stands for power of hydrogen, which is a measurement of the hydrogen ion concentration in the body. The total pH scale ranges from 1 to 14, with 7 considered to be neutral. A pH less than 7 is said to be acidic and greater than 7 is basic or alkaline. Our body's ideal pH is slightly alkaline - 7.30 to 7.45.
Did you know that you can literally rebuild your body and mind and even cure degenerative conditions just by shifting your body's pH from acidic to alkaline. So trash all that terrible processed food (acidic) and opt for the fabulous fruits and vegetables (alkaline). First time in your life that dropping acid is legal and encouraged.
Let's do a 1-week challenge of avoiding everything listed in 3. 3 is bad. Nobody even likes the number 3. So ever heard of Xylitol?  It is a natural, non-fermentable sweetener derived from hardwood with the craziest name ever.  It sounds more to me like a planet from another galaxy but clearly I wasn't asked for my input when the stuff was being named. Re-discovered in Finland back in WW2 during a sugar shortage, this sugar alternative comes with a history of controversy too. But let's start with the good. It's pretty awesome stuff. It neutralises the pH balance in your mouth so reduces plaque and can help prevent oral disease. It taste like sugar and is used spoon for spoon like sugar but is a 7 on the Glycemic Index where white sugar is a 68. It is naturally occurring in many of the fruits and vegetables we eat on a daily basis, and it naturally stabilizes insulin, so doesn’t cause spikes in blood sugar which is very helpful for diabetics. The ugly? As with all goods things, there is always someone that wants to profit from it.  Some are mass producing it by using corn, which ain't that great for you and the sad part is the packaging doesn't say anything, so please, please make sure you buy your Xylitol from a reputable supplier. Try Upaya, they're awesome and they deliver! p.s. It's also a no-no for the little furry guys in your household, so keep it for human consumption only please.