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Tomatoes, Apple Cider Vinegar, Oxygen and Warfarin

Had this email from a long term client of ours who has been on the ‘alkaline path’ for eight years.

Dear  Ian,
Thanks for your comments on Sharyn e-mail on tomatoes (my daily supply of lycopene + Legos organic paste) etc. As your customer since August 2011 (ALPHION)  and recently started  Ultra Stream, trying to keep alkaline diet for 8 years (plus vegetarian, gluten free). Could you please, answer my questions:

1.Is “Wescobee” Apple Cider Vinegar with Honey (recommended for my arthritis by Dr NN Chiropractor) friendly  to Ultra Stream water?

Ian: I’m a vinegar user as well. Not to recommended healthy sort – just one I happen to love: Balsamic vinegar.
However is apple cider vinegar compatible with UltraStream water? Many owners of the UltraStream haven’t yet realised that it’s not really about how alkaline the output water is. Yes, the UltraStream does add magnesium and magnesium is good for us, especially when taken up via water, but the BIG health benefit of UltraStream water is the molecular hydrogen. Some people ask us how H2 can be good if it is acidic (it is!) and I have to remind them that we are talking about around 1 part H2 per million in your water! So (and I’m twriting as I think) I see no clash with UltraStream water and Apple Cider Vinegar!

2.What about drinking it with  Stabilised Electrolytes of Oxygen or H2O2

Ian: Again, no problem. We are getting some great reports from users of our ‘Rocket fuel’ stabilised Oxygen supplement.

3.How Warfarin (I had to take it every day since 1997 after aortic valve implant) and panadine affect pH?

Ian: I’m not a doctor, but I do remember Sang Whang, author of Reverse Aging, was on a daily Warfarin dose actually giving it up after alkalizing with alkaline ionized water. All drugs are designed for ‘normal’ people and so ‘normal’ people are way into the acidic zone. For that reason I would err on the side of caution if only to assure myself that I was giving the drugs the right (acidic) water and use tap water.

From attached documents, you may see quite different opinions regarding how food can affect pH of our body. They confuse  me. I think Martin Edelson, Bottom Line Books is correct saying:    “We have proudly replaced scientific ignorance with scientific confusion!  &.„There is a saying in Washington that if you’re not completely confused then you’re totally uninformed”.

Ian: I would absolutely agree with Martin Edelson. There is a great deal of utterly unscientific statements made in the alkaline diet arena. We recently put together a page on this subject here.

Thank you for your email! I hope the points we raised help more people by posting it here!

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