The ph level or the food we eat and the water we drink is irrelevant to human physiology. It simply doesn’t matter. There is hardly any alkaline water found in nature. So if drinking alkaline water is SO important, how has mankind survived for as long as it without access to it?
If you think about it, most of our water comes from rainwater, which is acidic. And if it wasn’t acidic, it wouldn’t be able to absorb and dissolve minerals. And the minerals in your water is the most important thing about the water you drink…NOT the PH.
PH is only a measurement. If a food or liquid has a high or low PH level, that doesn’t directly correlate to the PH level of your body. This is a major misconception!
It’s all about the minerals. The minerals a food or liquid contains determine whether or not your body becomes alkaline or acidic. So it doesn’t matter if our food or water is acidic or alkaline, what matters is if it alkalizes or acidifies our body when metabolized. That’s the key!
So in this episode of Hydrate, I chat with Robert Slovak on the PH levels of water, why alkaline water isn’t what it’s all cracked up to be, and the actual way to ensure your body is alkalized.
Robert is an International water scientist and regarded as one of the world’s foremost water experts. He has devoted himself to the science of water after life-altering experiences. He took his astronautical and mechanical engineering degrees and decided to pursue the research of reverse osmosis with his brother Jack. The dynamic duo were considered the early developers of Reverse Osmosis technology.