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ITG Video - " Salad in a jar"

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Video- "pH Test On Most Popular Bottled Water!"

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Article -"Importance of pH Homeostasis"

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Article -"Importance of pH Homeostasis"

Abstract Protons dissociated from organic acids in cells are partly buffered. If not, they are transported to the extracellular fluid through the plasma membrane and buffered in circulation or excreted in urine and expiration gas. Several transporters including monocarboxylate transporters and Na+/H+ exchanger play an important role in uptake and output of protons across plasma membranes in cells of metabolic tissues including skeletal muscle and the liver. They also contribute to maintenance of the physiological pH of body fluid. Therefore, impairment of these transporters causes dysfunction of cells, diseases, and a decrease in physical performance associated with abnormal pH. Additionally, it...

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ITG Article - "Soil pH Levels"

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ITG Article - "Soil pH Levels"

Soil pH Levels Category: Grow Your Own Created on Thursday, 12 November 2020 10:46 Hits: 280 Herbs, vegetables and just about all other plants grow the best when their soil pH level is optimized. Each plant type has its optimal pH range so it’s important to match a plant to the soil’s pH or to adjust the soil’s pH to the plant’s needs.   Soil pH is the measure of the soil’s acidity or alkalinity on a scale of 0 to 14, called the pH scale. Most plants grow between the pH range of 4.5 to 8.0.  The middle ground is normally...

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ITG Article- "Inflammation Hacks"

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ITG Article-  "Inflammation Hacks"

So you know the benefits of an anti-inflammatory diet, and you probably know that inflammation is the way your body reacts to foreign invaders. Chronic inflammation can be caused by everything from stress to pesticides to air pollution, and show up in the body as acne, chronic disease, brain fog, digestive issues, and more. Anti-inflammation is more than just a passing wellness fad or a diet that’s trending on Instagram – it’s a natural response our bodies make to the foods we eat and the lifestyles we lead (fun fact: an article from Harvard Health Publishing noted that a number of studies found that CRP levels, or inflammation levels, are more effective than cholesterol...

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