PH paper is used as a screening measurement in clinical and hospital settings to monitor the Urine pH. This measurement will identify the health of the bone/mineral metabolism, which is essential for the health of the entire body. The pH, defined as “potential for hydrogen” is an internationally known standard in chemistry used to measure the amount of hydrogen ions in a given concentration. The ideal range of urine pH is between 6.4 and 7.0. When chronically outside of this ideal range the body needs to buffer minerals essential for the homeostasis of the fluid compartments. When chronic this leads to bone loss.
Monitor both the fasting morning, (after 5 am) and fasting evening (before dinner) for 7 consecutive days or as recommended by your health practitioner.