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090: Is it useful to measure urine pH?

Masterjohn Q&A Files Episode 90

Introduction

The urine pH is telling you the acid burden that your body has been subjected to. It's telling you, you can make an inference about the compensations that your body has had to engage in. You can also make an inference about the limitations of your body in compensating for that because even your urine pH should be buffered. It's not the case that you put a little bit of acid in the urine and then boom your pH is going to go down. It's the case that your body has a whole bunch of systems to buffer even the urine pH as you excrete acids from your body.

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https://themasterpass.chrismasterjohnphd.com/products/mastering-nutrition/categories/2811810/posts/9361413

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The Masterjohn Q&A Files
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Chris Masterjohn, PhD