Bio energy/pH and Ionisation

All matter is made of atoms, molecules and compounds joined together in various patterns and united by energy in a common union. This is the relative cosmic energy of the universe and can be expressed by Einstein’s relative mass equation, E =mc2. This energy is present in all of the food we eat.

The degree of efficiency to which our metabolism can convert this food into the cosmic energy needed for life functions and body building processes depends upon the nutritional balance available to the system at the time of conversion.

Whenever we convert any food into energy from its relative mass, several things happen.  

One, we provide a certain amount of low level life energy that the metabolism can use for building new cells, enzymes, hormones, etc, and for removing body toxins and wastes. This is called “bio-energy” or life force. It is a low level energy controlled by a universal micro frequency pattern for living organisms.

Two, when our systems are healthy and converting food to its maximum potential, the body emits very little wasted energy. However, when we are not properly converting food we emit large amounts of wasted energy. Wasted energy can cause fever, constipation, nervousness etc.

The desirable situation is to have the metabolism covert the maximum amount of available energy from the food we eat. We do not live from the food we eat, but rather from the energy contained in the food and the efficiency of our metabolic processes to convert the energy within the food.

Healthy food + healthy metabolism = healthy person


You may be wondering what type of energy is being used. All energy is traceable to the hydrogen atom and it is the activated hydrogen exchange in organic compounds that creates the energy used by the cells to keep the body healthy. We often hear the words pH or acid/alkaline balance of the body, or that the body may be too acidic meaning we have a low pH value.

But what is pH and what are we actually measuring? pH simply means the “potential of hydrogen”. Hydrogen is the most abundant and simplest of all elements in the known universe. Any substance containing hydrogen is acid. The only question remaining concerns the degree of acidity. It naturally follows that to whatever degree the concentration of hydrogen ion is in any substance, the greater the degree of acidity. Conversely the lesser the degree of hydrogen concentration the more alkaline, so in reality, when we measure the pH all we are doing is measuring the balance between the various degrees of hydrogen concentration.

The use of the hydrogen atom from foods through the biological processes of the body become the reference for determining bio-energy levels within an individual organ or particular system of the body. The measurement of this process will result in obtaining mathematical data which serve as a theoretical ratio for calculating statistical deviations.

Hydrogen supply + control and efficiency of exchange + reserve energy = balanced metabolism

Suppose that there was a way to measure and monitor the exchange that occurs within a biological unit during the processes of energy conservation, hydrogen ion exchange, waste removal, reproduction, and general over-all metabolic relation-ships. If this method of measurement was simple enough, and if it could be related to basic biological functions as a mathematical ratio, it would be rather easy to determine how well the body was maintaining its natural pH balance based upon that ratio. This is what occurs in the bio-energy ionisation testing, using urine and saliva.

The functions measured in the bio-energy ionisation tests are

  1. Carbohydrates
  2. Urine pH
  3. Saliva pH
  4. Dissolved cellular salts
  5. Albumen debris
  6. Nitrate nitrogen
  7. Ammonical nitrogen.


During the digestion of the protein molecule should the pH environment become imbalanced for any reason, the hydrogen iron will be replaced by nitrogen and/or ammonia (depending on type of protein). When this process becomes excessive the urea rises and excessive nitrates and ammonias are released into the urine as toxins becoming one of the factors measured. The saliva is an active ingredient of the glandular system and can be linked directly to the gastrointestinal tract. We are using the urine, which is a waste product and the saliva which is an activated enzyme to measure both ends of the metabolic action of the body.

Overall the testing gives us a picture of how well the kidneys, lymphatic system, liver physiology, bile strength, cardiac integrity and waste removal systems are functioning.


Originally published in Here & Now magazine, written by Sue Kira, from True Vitality

Related to - Naturopathy | Food and Nutrition

By Sue Kira

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