Dr. Hull's Detox

pH Balance Kit

"The human body should be slightly alkaline in order to build an alkaline reserve for acid-forming conditions such as stress, lack of exercise, or poor dietary habits." - Dr. Hull

There are a variety of ways to determine the body's pH. The most practical and inexpensive method is to find the approximate pH level of the urine and saliva using litmus paper. Since the your body pH varies with what you eat, I recommend measuring both the pH of your saliva and urine twice a day - when you get up in the morning before you eat or drink anything, and last thing before bed. Keep in mind, when it comes to determining the body's pH, look at the averages and and trends over a specific period of time.

Dr. Janet Starr Hull's pH Testing Kit includes:

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  • Hundreds of test strips
  • Record chart for logging
  • Dietary recommendations
  • Nutrition info about pH

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