Peyt;49152 wrote: Able900, For what it’s worth, I did stop Baking Soda because I realized I was starting to need more and more HCL with my meals.
Good for you, and you’ve managed to figure out something that some people haven’t been able to in over two years.
Apparently blood PH levels and PH levels in the stomach, intestine and colon are at different levels.
An excellent observation, and something else most people can’t seem to understand.
I have an article on another website concerning the alkaline and acidic pH balance, if you’d like to read it I can send you a link via private message.
What are your thoughts on SF722? would you consider that an effective anti fungal?
SF722 is actually undecylenic acid, and it’s one of the supplements I recommend on the protocol. The interesting thing about this ‘acid’ is that it doesn’t work too well if the intestines and stomach are too alkaline. Once the beneficial flora begin to increase in the intestines and produce acids which of course increase the acidic nature of the intestines, then the undecylenic acid offers an excellent type of fatty-acid support to the bacteria. By the way, the fatty acids that the flora produce are also an excellent antifungal.