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Can Being Glutened Spike Your Ph?


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#1 PaulE

 
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Posted 25 February 2013 - 05:53 PM

Went and got take out gluten free pizza, and noticed the person cut the pizza with the same knife as the other pizza. I would have said something, but he cut the gluten free pizza first, and afterwards cut the regular pazza with the same knie, so didn't realize that is all he was using.

 

My daughter has kidney disease and leaks protein when she has gluten, so I used a test strip this morning, and first noticed her sample was extremely cloudy. Immediately after inserting the test strip the PH spiked to 8, dark green the maximum reading indicating alkaline. Normally if she was glutened, her protein would have spiked. Her protein read negative, but I have heard if your PH is high it will make your protein reading incorrect.  I recently switched from protein/glucose strips to strips which include PH, so I am used to the PH being around 6.5.

 

Does anyone know how being glutened affects your PH, or what a high PH means?


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