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Urine pH plotted in a graph throughout the day


Tuesday, February 17 2004 - Filed under: General

In this chart you can clearly see how I acidify during the day:


The charts plots the urine pH values I meassured using a digital pH meter. Remember: 6.4 is the optimal pH

Interestingly, it's an almost linear acidification (at least in the pH scale).
The pH scale itself is logaritmic, so an increase of 1 pH, means a 10-fold increase in acidity.

Table of data
For both days I ate a low-carb diet, but ate about 60 grams of fruit-carbohydrates throughout the day to make sure I'm not in ketosis (which would otherwise acidify the urine even further)

Wednesday (squares)
wakeup 5.8 / 7.0
14:30 6.5 / 7.0
16:30 6.4/ 7.3 ( took lime water + coral calcium )
20:30 6.2 / 7.1 ( took lime water + coral calcium )
23:30 6.1 / 7.2

Also note that the coral calcium and lime water had virtually no effect on the urine pH in the evening, but the next day I had high pH's in the morning.

Friday (triangles)
11:00 Breakfast
12:30 6.3 / 7.0 3.6 6.3/7.0 12C 4M 8/8
14:30 6.6 / 6.8 0.8 6.6/6.8 5C 4M 1/6
15:00 Lunch
17:30 6.3 / 7.2 1.9 6.3/7.2 10C 4M 2/7
19:30 6.2 / 7.3 1.5 6.2/7.3 8C 4M
19:45 Diner
20:00 ate one apple
20:45 starting to feel tired
21:00 feel OK again
21:30 still feel OK
21:50 6.1 / 7.2 1.9 6.1/7.2 9C 4M
22:00 still feel good
22:15 start to feel hungry/itchy
22:30 some orange juice and hand of pecan nuts..Feel OK afterwards
22:55 Feeling a bit high/fuzzy

* Feeling very good between 15:00 en 17:00 (such a coincidence    : the pH is near the optimal 6.4 then)

Note the relatively high 14:30 pH. I think it's because of the coral calcium I took the day before.



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