The acid in our stomachs has a pH typically between 1 and 2. That’s pretty acidic. With pH, the lower the number, the more acidic it is. The middle of the scale is around 7, where you find water and things like that. Human blood is around 7.4. The reason our stomach acids are so acidic is due to the concentration of hydrochloric acid, potassium chloride, and sodium chloride.
Typically, stomach acid has a pH level between 1.5 to 3.5. Healthy digestion is linked to a normal pH level. Ulcerative conditions and prevention of the breakdown of food can result from pH levels that are too low or too high. High levels of stress has often been linked to high acidity of stomach acid.
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