These organs are not doorways for wastes to leave the body.ICfreely » December 30th, 2018, 2:48 am wrote: 1) You forgot the liver, spleen and pancreas.
Acidosis is the effect of lifestyle choices.2) Acidosis would be the effect, not the cause.
The cause of acidosis is lifestyle choices.3) Even if you were to raise your pH level (which would be a good idea) you’d still have to address the cause of the acidosis.
Name one documented case where there is a person or has been a person who has or had lymph that is too alkaline.4) If you raise your pH level too high, then you will experience alkalosis (which is as harmful as acidosis).
Acidosis is a result of lifestyle choices. Here's a list of twelve essential needs, keeping in mind, how one goes about satisfying any of these needs then becomes a lifestyle choice or factor: Air; Water; Food; Sunshine; Exercise; Sleep; Thoughts; Feelings; Community/Spirituality; Free of things (problems) outside of control; Procreation; Environment. (With thanks to John Rose YouTube channel)5) Even if you ate “all the right things” you wouldn’t necessarily be in the clear.
Any one factor does not act in isolation. We want to take the system as a whole to get an understanding. While mental/emotional states are factors, one must pay attention to what role the other factors play in the creation of emotional states, and organ failure.6) Fear, stress, anxiety and depression can and do cause organ failure.
Consider that it's a backed-up lymph system with kidneys that don't effectively filter wastes out of the body. The lymph surrounds every single cell in the body, including those cells that are in the organs.7) You’d have to consider why the kidneys, liver, spleen and pancreas aren’t functioning properly.
To a more-or-less degree, "ninety-eight percent plus" would be a very good guess, when speaking of Western-type cultures.ICfreely » December 30th, 2018, 3:32 am wrote:1- I haven't the slightest clue what percentage of the population is afflicted with acidosis.
2- Focusing solely on acidosis and lymph fluid is akin to being on a sinking boat and doing nothing but removing excess water with a bucket. You’d be better served patching the hole and removing the excess water in the boat. I’m running out of analogies here.
A good study and understanding of the lymphatic system's role in the body's functioning would have you thinking otherwise.
Each person cannot be directly compared to another person. Each person had come from a mother with different genetic weaknesses and condition of lymphatic system at birth (one inherits their mother's lymphatic system); each has been raised in different environments from any other person, including each own's mental/emotional environment; each has had their own version of diet, and other lifestyle factors, to come into play up to that point. That's just the starting point to now — so you cannot directly compare two people on this matter.3- . . . Two people can eat exactly the same things and have different pH levels.
Certainly, we are not machines "Made by Man" . . . Conceptually speaking, our body is essentially a machine made by the Creator of this Reality that we are witnessing and observing and within which we all play roles. The Creator of this Reality certainly has its Rules, else this whole discussion would be for naught.3- We are not machines.