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There are places in nearly every city where you can get your blood and urine analyzed. Following is a list of common body chemistry values that you will want to determine.

Blood Tests

pH - The desired blood pH is 7.35 to 7.45. This narrow range is maintained by a feedback system that senses a pH change. Any cell’s energy production releases acid as a waste product. The acid must be neutralized and eliminated by the lungs and the kidneys.
rH2 - The desired rH2 range for blood is 21.6 – 23.5. Oxidative stress in the blood can be an indication of excess toxicity as toxins are stored in fat cells or if a detox program in progress, toxins will be in the blood before being eliminated.
r - The desired range for blood is 190 - 210. The number by itself is an indication of overall mineralization and hydration. High r indicates low mineralization and low r indicates dehydration.

Saliva Tests

pH - The desired saliva pH is 6.50 to 6.75. Saliva’s fluids are obtained via the salivary glands directly from the interstitial fluid – the fluid between the capillary (blood) and the cells. It is more representative of the lymphatic fluid.
rH2 - The desired rH2 range for saliva is 21.5 – 23.5. A high rH2 number in the saliva is representative of the oxidative stress in the lymphatic system as well as interfering with the transport of nutrients from blood to cell.
r - Saliva resistivity (r) is representative of the interstitial fluid mineralization and secondarily a distant indication of blood mineralization.
I - Saliva iodide is a rough measure of the thyroid's iodine level. Thyroid iodine is an essentail component of T3, the metabolism regulator. Low salivary iodide indicates low thyroid iodine.

Urine Tests

pH - The desired urine pH is 6.50 – 6.80. Urine is filtered blood. If excess acids are produced as a result of incomplete digestion, acid will build up in the blood, interstitial fluid and in the cell fluids compromising nutrient transport and waste removal.
rH2 - The desired rH2 range for urine is 22.5 – 24.5. Excess electron (reducing) potential in the urine suggests adequate digestive efficiency in extracting energy from nutrients. However if the saliva rH2 is high (oxidative), there is oxidative stress.
r - Since urine is filtered blood (the normal total human plasma volume passes through the kidneys 60 times each day), urine r is an excellent indicator of renal osmotic efficiency. The kidneys regulate the mineral concentration.
I - Urine iodide is an estimate of iodine sufficiency. Excess iodine will appear in the urine. Low urine iodide indicates iodine deficiency and less than optimal metabolism regulation.

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