I'm curious how the pH inside our bodies relates to pH that would surround us in water. Our stomach, for example, is an organ designed for digestion and can safely(usually) house acid. Our skin, being exposed to that...
If I go swimming in a pool with a pH of 7, I'll be fine. If I go swimming in a pool with a pH of 1.5, my skin will melt off, my muscles will dissolve, and my bones will break down. I'd be swimming in hydrochloric acid! These are obviously extremes, but what our internal structures are designed to handle is not the same as what our external structure is designed to sustain.
That being said, I think many of us are starting to see that pH doesn't have as big of an impact on our livestock as was previously believed. I don't think it's prudent though to post a claim and then tell us your research isn't published, essentially coming to the table with nothing to offer or backup your claims.
Last edited by mgeorges; 07-24-2018 at 08:12 PM.