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pH Testing and RBTI for Optimal Health

You are probably unfamiliar with this type of testing, though so beneficial for creating a great baseline to your health. I am sure you are familiar with urine and saliva testing, just in another context. Read this very informative article to find out more about this outstanding modality.

Our bodies goal is to maintain homeostasis.

Homeostasis is an organisms self-regulating ability to hold a stable temperature, fluid balance and all other chemical and physical components needed to sustain life.

Our body works hard to keep its pH within a narrow range. Blood, urine and stomach pH for instance, are all different. Urine pH and Saliva pH are both ideally the same at 6.4 but may range between 4.5 – 8.0. If the pH of any of our fluids are off, our body will use energy reserves and minerals to keep the pH in balance. Unfortunately, our pH ranges go out of balance regularly because of diet, stress and environmental factors. When our body must constantly try to keep its pH’s in range, these reserves get all used up and the body begins to break itself down in efforts to get the energy and nutrients it needs. This causes a whole host of other problems.

People who don’t live healthy lifestyles (even if they eat healthy but don’t maintain their stress and emotions) will have depleted reserve energy and they will have less room for “cheating,” on a healthy lifestyle.

pH (the potential of hydrogen) is a numeric logarithmic scale used to identify the acidity or alkalinity of a solution. The pH Scale is set from 0-14 with 7 being neutral, 1 the most acidic and 14 the most alkaline.

In quantum physics, pH is really a measure of friction between Anions, the smallest particles of energy, and Cations, the 2nd smallest particles of energy. More about energy and anions/cations here. The closer the anions and cations get together the more they rub and create energy. The friction is the electricity of the solution. The more acidic, the higher bio electrical current is present. Contrarily, the more alkaline, the lower the bio electrical current.

RBTI is a 7-part testing modality created by Dr. Carey Reams. Einstein was a close friend of Reams and where Einstein worked mathematically on how to take apart an atom, Reams worked mathematically on how to put living cells back together. Reams was a Mathematical genius, agriculturist phenomenon and scientist. He healed thousands of patrons with cancer with his biological theory of ionization. This test is done to show us the internal terrain of the body. We can identify the speed of digestion, how nutrients are breaking down, overall liver health, whether there is a potential risk of parasites and viruses and can honestly explain bathroom habits, amongst many other things.

Reams found the perfect calculated numbers to come out to be 1.5 (total sugars), 6.4 (both urine and saliva), 6-7C (total salts), .04M (albumin), and both Nitrate Nitrogen Urea and Ammonia Nitrogen Urea to be 3. When in this range, we can fully utilize all nutrients brought into the body. This ensures our reserve energy, so that the body has what it needs to maintain homeostasis and it doesn’t have to break down our bones, cartilage, muscles and other tissues.

To get these results, the RBTI practitioner would use several different tools. The first is the Brix meter (also used in gardening to check the soil!). This is how to get the total sugars number. The Brix meter measures the percentage of how much sugar (carbohydrates) and salts/minerals that are in a dissolved solution. Next the practitioner measures pH, which is divided into a range of acids (mostly Cations) to bases/alkaline (mostly Anions), with a 7 as Neutral. With Urine and Saliva pH though, the perfect range is right at 6.4, so anything above 6.4 is too alkaline and anything below it is too acidic, even though 7 is per say “neutral,” overall.