What Might Catfish Befuddled by Excess Acidity Teach About Attention Deficit in Class Rooms?

 

 

The Larger the Sugar Intake, the Greater the Body Burden of Acidity

Majid Ali, M.D.

We live in age of excess acidity in our foods, our environment, and toxic thoughts. Yes, toxic thoughts do cause excess acidity not only in muscles but also in brain cells. Even subtle changes in cellular acidity affect cellular function.



We live in age of excess acidity in our foods, our environment, and toxic thoughts. Sugar adds to the body burden of acids. Yes, toxic thoughts do cause excess acidity not only in muscles but also in brain cells. Even subtle changes in cellular acidity affect cellular function.

Japanese sea catfish use acidity sensors in their whiskers to detect minute changes in the water acidity to target their prey. These sensors work best in slightly alkaline seawater (pH of 8.1 or 8.2), and become ineffective as levels fall with ocean acidification.
I include below text of a New York Times article on
the subject (June 10, 2014.)

Large
and small bodies of water worldwide are being
incrementally acidified. What will the catfish do?

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