Possible PVC cure?

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Hello, just wanted to post some hopefully helpful info for those who have struggled with PVC's and found little help from the Medical Community. I have had them off and on for many years, 4-15/minute with Supra events thrown in (2-4 consecutively). Had ALL the usual tests. Recently I was having another episode and after 2 days with very little sleep I had an idea. I build solar batteries on the side, and remembering "The Matrix" movie, realized that we really are just a walking battery. An electrical signal is what keeps our heart beating, so I started thinking about how to make that "connection" more reliable. Our blood is what transports all that is needed for us to function, and everything in our blood obviously passes right through our heart, stay with me here. What if there is an imbalance in the blood that the heart does not like? We have all been tested for Calcium, Magnesium, Caffeine, etc, etc. What if it is something as simple as Ph, acid vs alkaline. As I said before, I had this idea during a bad episode, having no other remedies that worked, I dove into the Ph world. Long story short, that morning I stopped ALL foods that were acidic and ONLY ate foods that were Alkaline. Within 6 hours my PVC's were down to 30 or so, AN HOUR, not minute. After nearly a week I am getting 5-10 a DAY, what a blessing. Please try this, if only for a few day, it makes sense. Science has always known that disease, inflammation and even cancers THRIVE in acidic conditions. Why would our heart not be annoyed if it was not in an optimum environment? Go to a Health Food store and get some PH test strips (you can test your saliva or urine.) I would be willing to bet that you will find you are on the acidic side of the Ph scale. Then Google Alkaline food list and just eat off that list for 2-3 days. Please just give it a try. I hope for you good health and no PVC's.


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