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Basic water and stomach acid

Stop drinking soda - Stop sugar. We become old and sick due to excess acid residues in our body. The fact that a basic substance neutralises acid waste is a chemical fact, which is why drinking basic water makes sense. But do we know how basic water works in our body? Some doctors say that our stomach acid will neutralize the alkaline water and that drinking alkaline water is therefore useless. Good hydration in the summer. But is that also true? No, that is not the case, it is so;

This is what happens in the stomach when drinking alkaline water

The stomach always maintains the pH value in an equilibrium state (homeostasis) of around 4.3. When drinking alkaline water with a high pH (~ 9.5), the pH of the stomach rises as a result. How far it goes up is a derivative of the amount and pH of the alkaline water that we drink. When the pH of the stomach rises above 4.5, the stomach will produce hydrochloric acid via the gastric wall cells to bring the pH down to the equilibrium state, 4.3.

The following chemical formula describes how production of hydrochloric acid (HCl) proceeds via the gastric wall cells:

H2O + CO2 + NaCl HCl + NaHCO3

Water (H2O), carbon dioxide (CO2) and sodium chloride (NaCl, common salt) produce hydrochloric acid (HCl), producing sodium bicarbonate (NaHCO3). The hydrochloric acid enters the stomach, and the sodium bicarbonate enters the body through the bloodstream. Eating delicious ripe fruit.

[Note: An interesting fact is that although the above formula looks simple, no scientist in a laboratory can produce hydrochloric acid and sodium bicarbonate from water, carbon dioxide and salt. Only living cells can do that. In the lab, the opposite is simple: the addition of hydrochloric acid to sodium bicarbonate will produce water, carbon dioxide and salt directly.]

Drink alkaline water on an as empty stomach as possible

Since bicarbonates only enter the bloodstream when the stomach produces hydrochloric acid, it is important that you drink enough alkaline water with a high pH value. We advise to drink alkaline water on an empty stomach. In an empty stomach the pH can be relatively low, but the amount of hydrochloric acid in the stomach is small, so that the increase of the pH by drinking alkaline water with a high pH (9.5 to 10) is relatively large . This results in the stomach producing more hydrochloric acid, resulting in more bicarbonates entering the bloodstream. Drinking water with fruit and spice.

You make basic water with alkaline drops

Basic water can be made safe and very effective with alkaline drops consisting of potassium hydroxide and sodium hydroxide in a ratio where sodium and potassium is equal to the natural ratio in the body (1: 3). When after drinking alkaline water based on sodium hydroxide and potassium hydroxide, it passes directly into the intestine because there is no solid food in the stomach to be digested, the alkaline water in the bloodstream of the intestine will be absorbed and react with the acid buffer (carbonic acid, H2CO3) to lower the pH of the blood. The acid buffer will be converted to the basic buffers as follows
1) sodium bicarbonate, NaHCO3 and 2) potassium bicarbonate, KHCO3:

  •     NaOH + H 2 CO 3 NaHCO 3 + H 2 O
  •     
  •     KOH + H2CO3 KHCO3 + H2O

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