[10 ways to balance the pH of your skin] Part 5 **Eating foods that balance pH**

Consuming acidic foods (lemons, strawberries, etc.) in your diet increases the acidity in your body and helps balance the pH of your skin.

The optimal pH for the human body is generally referred to as the pH of the blood. Although the exact numbers can vary slightly, blood pH is usually adjusted to maintain a slightly alkaline pH (7.35 to 7.45). This range is necessary for many biochemical reactions in living organisms to function properly.

Below are some examples of physiological pH ranges:

- **Blood:** 7.35 ~ 7.45

- **Urine:** 4.6 ~ 8.0

- **Saliva:** 6.2 ~ 7.6

These ranges are general guidelines and may vary depending on specific body fluids and tissues. Different body fluids and tissues have different pH values ​​to provide optimal conditions for their respective functions.

An important point to note is that pH within the body is very effectively controlled to be maintained within a narrow range. Examples include the lungs exhaling carbon dioxide and the kidneys regulating acids and bases. This ensures that biochemical reactions within the body proceed properly and cells and enzymes function normally while the body's pH remains stable.


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