NAST16613 Pascoe

Pascoe pH Balance - 100 Tablets

  • pH Balance Pascoe helps by supplying the alkaline mineral salts that the body uses to buffer excess acids, neutralize them, and help eliminate them from the body


Product Description

  • Non-medicinal ingredients: cornstarch, talc, magnesium stearate
  • Side effects: None known

Nutrition Information

Each tablet contains: Calcium carbonate 200.0mg Sodium bicarbonate 160.0mg Magnesium carbonate 120.0mg Sodium phosphate 20.0mg Potassium bicarbonate 20.0mg


Dosage: 2-4 tablets 1-3 times daily How to use: Test your first morning urine using the pH strips enclosed in the package. Compare the colour of the strip to the scale in the booklet to evaluate your level of acidity. Depending on how acidic your morning urine pH is, you can adjust the dose of pH Balance Pascoe accordingly. First morning urine pH Dose First morning urine pH Dose 5.0 - 5.5 6 tabs 2x/day 5.5 - 6.0 4 tabs 2x/day 6.0 - 6.5 2 tabs 2x/day 6.5 - 6.8 1 tab 2x/day Contact your healthcare professional for additional information about dosing. While you are taking pH Balance Pascoe it is important to eat a healthy diet with lots of alkalinizing foods.


What is Acid-Base Balance? Why does your pH matter? Your body strictly regulates its level of acidity, using “buffers” such as alkaline mineral salts (for example, calcium carbonate). When the pH becomes acidic (less than 7.35 in the blood) the body will use any means possible to keep the pH balanced. How do we become acidic? Acids are produced normally through your body’s metabolism. But hyperacidity—where the amount of acids produced is more than normal—can occur from various causes such as increased meat consumption, less fruit and vegetable consumption, stress, inflammation, allopathic medicine, and toxins. All of these are encountered by most people in today’s society on a daily basis. What happens when my body is acidic? When the level of acids increases, the body uses its built-in buffering systems to neutralize them. If there are more and more acids, the body will use any buffering substances which are available in an attempt to keep the pH in the blood stable. Even small changes in blood pH can be extremely harmful. The body will store acids in the connective tissue, which can cause an increase in inflammation and degeneration throughout the body. And to supplement the buffers in the bloodstream, the body will “borrow” calcium and other alkalinizing minerals from the bones. This can result in osteoporosis. Many other disorders, ranging from digestive problems to allergies, can be linked to acidosis.

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Expected Despatch By 25/10/2016
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