In order to survive, the body must maintain the proper acid/alkaline (pH) balance. The optimum pH of the blood is somewhat alkaline, 7.3-7.4, and various tissues and organ systems vary from these numbers. Since all metabolic reactions are dependent on the pH, which is to say they only operate ideally within a certain range of pH, the organism must stabilize the blood-pH within a narrow range of between 7.36 and 7.44 (many researchers feel the range is actually much smaller). Only in this range is the blood ideally supplied with oxygen. If the blood pH goes over 7.44, there is a risk to develop degenerative conditions. The pH balance can be affected by many factors including the food we eat, stress, pollution and the quality of our thoughts and emotions. If this balance cannot be maintained, the body will begin to break down and die. The body is constantly striving to maintain this balance, and there are many processes by which this is accomplished. i hope i could help :)
ok thanks where did you get that
well i remember my science class and a lil bit of google :)
alright thanks so it would be close to 7
lol can i have a medal?
@gmaalouf You need to learn Patience.
thats something i can not afford right now @Koikkara