basifier

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basifier

A chemical which converts into a salifiable base.
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True Ott, minced no words in stressing that the socalled health benefits of water alkalinizers or ionizers are based on junk science.
I was told that the MLM companies selling water alkalinizers in the Philippines are making good business despite the Philippine Food and Drug Administration (FDA) advisory sometime last year warning the public about the "false, deceptive and misleading claims and strategies to promote alkaline water and oxygenated water."
Consequently, female athletes increasing the limited buffer capacity of their body through pre-exercise ingestion of alkalinizers could be expected to benefit in respect of performance in high-intensity exercise even more than males.
Female subjects have been studied on very few occasions so far (Bishop and Claudius, 2005; Kozak-Collins et al., 1994; McNaughton et al., 1997; Tiryaki and Atterbom, 1995) and the data concerning the effect of ingestion of alkalinizers on performance in female athletes are inconsistent.
Although both sodium bicarbonate and sodium citrate administration resulted in significant shifts in the blood acid-base balance, there was no effect of alkalinizers on blood lactate accumulation and performance in 600-m run in female runners (Tiryaki and Atterbom, 1995).
Other drugs may decrease the hypoglycemic effect of the sulfonylureas including: beta-adrenergic blockers, charcoal, cholestyramine, diazoxide, hydantoins, rifampin, thiazide diuretics, and urinary alkalinizers.
This applies to nasal moisturizer drug products, urinary analgesic/antiseptic drug products, urinary acidifiers and alkalinizers, aloe vera and urea, wrinkle remover products and lubricants and vaginal moisturizers.