Cortisol Stress – exact pH fit

How do we warn up deeper than with treadmill intervals without the cortisol stress that can diminish sports workouts? Warm up deep organ as well as muscle tissue equally within minutes, and without disrupting the normal homeostatic pH balance in the body.

“Cortisol is potently immunosuppressive, and elevated levels of it and/or lack of physiologic release during normally low diurnal periods may compromise components of immune function. Of equal interest is the fact that NK cell activity and cortisol can be influenced adversely by stress. Even if the effect of stress-induced changes on immune and endocrine function are modest, they provide an important area for researching comprehensive integration of brain and body with the potential to minimize the risk of cancer and degenerative disease and reduce health care cost.” Read more

We can recover mood and motivation by directly regulating the acid-base equilibrium of the blood. When biochemical balance is achieved, our body and our mind begin working together in unity because cellular electricity is firing at full potential. Usually we think of whole food as the source of alkalizing elements required for pH fitness.  However, even with the best alkaline diet cannot prevent the inevitable drop in body pH during physical, emotional or mental stress – when circulation shuts down in the deep organs. Only a systematic sequence of  exercise that can achieve a new homeostatic Peak Metabolic Potential™ can fulfill this aim.

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Currently Body’Fit pH Fitness™ (short form… pHx™) isn’t available to the general public, please contact Meta Living Design for details.

Body pH fitness can be described as the point where the mind becomes an expression of the body at the same time that the body is the expression of the mind. Body’Fit pHx is the missing link to mind body integration that gets More Out of Exercise ™ fast for peak performance without stress in business or sports.

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