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Low pH balance is one factor involved in MS

Immune System Stimulating beverages like wine, beer, coffee, and tea cause depletion of bodily fluids; and they also attack the nerve cells' stores of minerals and other chemical substances called phytochemicals that are obtained from plant food. Phytochemicals are biologically active substances that are not necessarily nutritive, but of vital importance because of the chemical reaction, they produce in the body to create an electric discharge in the nerve cells to keep the body in the correct pH balance

When the blood is too acidic that means the potential of hydrogen (pH) ions in the blood is  low. Blood pH is measured on a scale of 0 to 14 of the positively charged ions (acid-forming ions) or the negatively charged ions (alkaline forming ions) of a solution where 7 is neutral and greater than 7 is more basic (alkalise), and less than 7 is more acidic. In order to prevent an impairment of health or a condition of abnormal function, human blood pH needs to have a slightly alkaline concentration in gram atoms per litre between 7.35 and 7.45.

Conversely, if one's blood pH is too alkaline (above 7.8) or too acidic (below 6.8), a number of things will go wrong on a cellular level, for example, cell dysfunction, which intern leads to disturbance in the functioning of an organ or body part or the functioning of a molecular social group (cell clusters) such as the white blood cells, nerve cells, Islets of Langerhans in the pancreas that secrete digestive enzymes, insulin and other hormones; and the Macula Densa, which is a group of elongated specialise epithelial cells in the afferent arteriole of the kidney renal medulla that controls the sodium concentration gradient and affects fluid balance.

If you understand that plasma is the colourless watery fluid of the blood and lymph that contains no cells, but in which the white blood cells that engulf and digest bacteria and virus are suspended, you will see how important water is in our diet for the nerve cell to perform its duty, which is to send nerve impulses throughout the entire nervous system. The infrequent use of pure drinking water along with all the other things cited above seriously weaken or destroy the immune system; and they also deplete the electrolyte levels in the body which is essential for conducting the surging waves of electrical discharges that come from the nerve cells due to the chemical reaction produce by the different minerals and phytochemicals that keep the normal physiological function of the nervous system healthy.

A diet high in acid-forming foods such as animal protein, dairy products, sugar, refined foods, alcohol, tea and coffee puts pressure on the liver, kidneys, lungs, and gonads to maintain pH neutrality. This pressure depletes some of the most prominent minerals in our body: calcium, potassium, magnesium, sodium and iron, and throws the body out of equilibrium; for they are also its most alkaline-minerals that aid in the elimination of harden mucus, atherosclerotic plaque, crystallised extracellular fluid, toxins, and solidified decaying faecal matter to provide an optimum nutritional environment wherein pH level will be equilibrise.

When the mineral energies which keeps the nerve cells within optimum parameters are lacking in the body; it cannot do what it does best: conduct nerve impulses. Because the nerve cells are not being replenished with the adequate source of alkalising minerals, and with pure drinking water to increase the proper amount of electrolytes in the body to act as a conductor, plus the constant attack from the immune system because of the toxin overload and the various inoculated microorganism that has become part of the body tissue, the myelinated tissue becomes inflamed, and the distribution of nerve impulses (electrical discharge) emitted along the nerve fibre decreases, especially around the spinal cord.

Myeline forms a medullary sheath around some nerve fibers allowing them to send clear electrical impulses, faster and more effectively along the cell axis. So, it is greatly needed because it acts as an insulating material to prevent the loss of electricity from the nerve fibres surrounding the spinal cord, just like how builders use lagging to reduce the transmission of heat or sound or electricity from a building.

So, one can see how motor neurons conducting impulses outwards from or inwards to the brain or spinal cord become affected; for when mineral energy is lost out of the basic molecular structure of the body, the electrical flow will be altered, and the energy required to transport digested material to the cells to form more complex ones will also be altered, and the person will become subject to a greater and greater chronic progressive disorder of the nervous system.

 
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