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On 2/4/2019 at 10:48 PM, stronghands87 said:

What kind of bro science  is going on in here? Did someone say that beer lowers the ph of your blood and so the kidneys must respond by acidifying the blood? Nonsense. Alcholol is good post workout? And more hydrating than water? Some of you folks have a very limited understanding of biochemistry and are just misparaphrasing what they’ve heard others say. 

We get it you don’t like how frank Wilson can be, but to come in here spouting out pseudoscience nonsense to combat him has no utility in this forum and confuses people looking for actual answers. To say that pubmed has many journal articles supporting your statements, but to then no post them is at the very least lazy, but likely just untrue. Please try to stick to the facts in here and refrain from posting your personal ideas as truths.


It was in Harvard medical journal.  In short term, beer is more hydrating than water.  It hydrates your body faster than water, but long term it is dehydrating.  It was an article explained the tradition of cyclists in the tour de france drinking Radler during race.  And all things you put in your body affect your ph.  It is the function of the kidneys to keep your body’s ph in balance.  This is not broscience.  This is a fact.  And regarding pubmed, im sure you know how to use google.  I am a busy person and do not have time to do your research for you.  And lastly Wilson, creating a new name makes you even more of a loser as you admit that your real handle has lost all cred.  

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Stop spouting lies as facts.

There is no such article in the Harvard Medicle Journal. Cite the article if you can, but you can’t. You’ll be able to cite some nonsense blogs, but won’t find any credible peer reviewed research to support such nonsense.

When you lower the pH of a solution you make it more acidic. Your kidneys would not react to this by further acidifying the blood. 

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