I've been doing quite a bit of research lately into the relationship of the pH of our blood and its ability to hold oxygen. Few people really think about where oxygen we breathe in goes after the lungs. In fact it undergoes a quite miraculous transfer to the blood, which then sends it all overt the body to supply energy to every cell. But if our blood is too acidic, we have a problem. Oxygen carrying capacity falls sharply when the ideal alkaline pH falls towards acid.
That's a major, major reason we as a generation (talking to you, Boomers and beyond!) are always tired. We are inflamed,