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Reams Biological Theory of Ionization



PLEASE NOTE: The charts are programmed by Ed, who is still learning to understand to RBTI. The charts, the values and the information in general may still contain errors. So this info shouldn't be taken too seriously and other RBTI students shouldn't assume they are valid interpretations. It's all experimental.

Please note: You're watching the very experimental calculations, charts and tables.

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The RBTI figures
Brix level   Urine pH / Saliva pH   Urine Conductivity   Cell Debris   Nitrate Nitrogens / Ammonia Nitrogens

1.3 7.0/6.8 9C 4M 7/6



Some observations:

Carbohydrate Regulation Efficacy: Zone A: Normal Sugar (1.3 < 2 )
Average pH: ( 2 * 6.8 + 1 * 7.0 ) / 3 = 6.87
Cholesterol: No Cholesterol problems (9 < 14 )
Heart Stress: No (13 < 20 ) Nitrogen Toxic Heart Stress Zone
Healing Range: Nitrogen levels are too low for optimal healing (13 < 16 )
Potassium: No severe Potassium deficiency shows from your nitrogen levels (unless you are overweight) (13 < 14 )
Weakest Link: Urine pH (38% off ideal value)
Efficiency Range:


Initial** Calcium Dose Rate for zone B - B with Alk average:
Calcium Gluconate 2 per meal is used as the base calcium (especially for women )
Calcium Lactate (CL) 3 pill(s) - 2x per day


Lemon water and distilled water:
As you weigh lbs., and your salts are below 15C (9 < 15 ), you should drink ounces of lemonwater every hour on the hour for 10 hours.

Prepare the lemon water in the morning by pressing fresh lemons (not limes).
To make 20oz, use 2 oz. (62ml) of lemon juice and 18 oz. (560ml) of distilled water.
To make 30oz, use 3 oz. (93ml) of lemon juice and 27 oz. (840ml) of distilled water.
To make 40oz, use 4 oz. (124ml) of lemon juice and 36 oz. (1120ml) of distilled water.
Sweetening of the lemon water: Sweeten with 1 to 2 tablespoons (1.3 < 2 )


Improving Carbohydrate regulation
Zone A: Normal Sugar (1.3 < 2 )
  • May need only just drops of Zest Tonic in each hourly lemon water. Go by weight, 1 drop for each 10 lbps, equals 0 drops
  • May need to use diluted juice with tea as the 1/2 hour drink to help support proper blood sugar levels.
  • Use lots of green drinks (chlorophyl improves bloodsugar regulation)
  • Carrot juice is excellent (strengthens pancreas)
  • Fresh fruit between meals.
  • Meals on time, do not skip breakfast
  • (1.3 < 2 )


    RBTI Zone Chart
    The Zone Chart gives a quick view on one's health. The optimal values are in Efficiency Range A.




    June Wiles' Triangulation Chart
    The chart uses the pH values and the nitrogens to pinpoint the primary location of energy loss in the body.
    The pH's map to the horizontal position and the nitrogens map to the vertical position.
    The third point is to visually look at the scleras to verify what the numbers are saying by looking for engorged blood vessels in the corresponding sclera plot for that part of the body.




    Below are some calculations based on the BIA keys on the www.biri.org website.
    Please note: BIA is not RBTI. These formula's aren't the ones used by Carey Reams, but some might find them useful.

    Ratio's according to BIA Key #4

    BSC = 1.96 (salts=9/4.6)
    BSP = 4.06 (proteins=13/3.2)
    Balanced Sugar = 3.01 (avg(BSC,BSP))

    BCS = 5.98 (sugar=1.3*4.6)
    BCP = 19.50 (proteins=13*1.5)
    Balanced Salts = 13 (avg(BCS,BCP))

    BUS = 6.8
    BUC = 6.3
    BUP = 5.8
    Balanced Urine pH = 6.3 (avg(BUS+BUC+BUP))

    BLS = 6.0
    BLC = 6.5
    BLP = 7.0
    Balanced Saliva pH = 6.5 (avg(BLS,BLC,BLP))

    BPS = 4.2
    BCP = 6.0
    Balanced Protein = 5 (avg(BPS,BCP))

    Ratio's ( actual [norm] )
    Salt/Sugar = 6.9 [4.6]
    Salt/Protein = 0.7 [1.5]
    Protein/Sugar = 10.0 [3.2]

    Considerations
    Sugars (1.3) are lower than balanced sugars (3.01), so we need pancreas nutritional support and sex organs nutritional support

    Because the Sugars (1.3) are lower than balanced sugars (3.01) and the Salts (9) are lower than balanced salts (13), this means you should gradually drink less water.

    Because the proteins (13) are higher than the balanced proteins (5), you could consider:
  • Increase carbohydrates intake.
  • Increase magnesium intake.
  • Increase vitamin B-complex intake.
  • Increase vitamin A intake.


  • Urine/Saliva pH Considerations (based on BIA Key #3)

    4. If your UpH black dot is lower than your SpH black dot, and your SpH is less than 7.0, consider the following:
  • Ascorbate vitamin C
  • Vitamin B12 and folic acid
  • If Salts black dot (9) is lower than its red dot (13), increase mixed calciums.
  • You may be a mixed oxidizer. Complete the WellZone analysis.
  • Kidney nutritional support
  • Digestive enzymes support
  • Liver nutritional support
  • Hair mineral analysis


  • High Priority (based on BIA Key #5)
    PSR = 10.0 | CSR = 6.9 | CPR = 0.7
    PSRX = 6.8
    CSRX = 2.3
    CPRX = 8.3
    High priority = CPRX


    6. If HPR = CPRX and CPR is less than 1.5:
  • Increase bone meal calcium intake.
  • Increase thyroid nutritional support.
  • Increase kidney nutritional support.
  • Increase pancreas nutritional support.
  • Increase trace mineral intake.
  • Increase pituitary nutritional support.
  • Increase liver nutritional support.
  • Increase B-complex intake.
  • Increase adrenal nutritional support.
  • Increase enzyme and HCl intake.
  • Consider hair mineral analysis.
  • Examine the need to 'say no.'


  •   BIA Profile  
     
    Bal
    Sugar
    Urine
    pH
    Urine
    BpH
    Bal
    Salts
    Cell
    Debris
    NitrateBal
    Protein
    SugarSaliva
    pH
    Saliva
    BpH
    SaltsAmmonia
    3.017.06.313 4M75
    1.36.86.596
     
         


    ** Please note that these results are based on the information in different books (primarily Dr. Beddoe's Biologic Ionization as Applied to Human Nutrition) and that the reader can only use the results when he understands why. He/she should have read at least Dr. Beddoe's book on the RBTI.


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