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Exactly when and how often to test?

Do I really need to test my pH level?

What is the optimal pH level?

Is it safe to adjust my pH level?

Color not changing on the test strip

pH test strip / Matching with color chart



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Exactly when and how often to test?


QUESTION:

Concerning the pH level test, do I only have to do this once or do I have
to do the test every month before trying to conceive on the Crucial Dates?


ANSWER:

Make sure to test your pH level once a month to confirm that you are still
in the optimal "zone" PRIOR to attempting conception on the 'Crucial Dates'.

Be extra careful about this and don't forget to test yourself 5 days BEFORE
each set of monthly 'Crucial Dates' will start.


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Do I really need to test my pH level?


QUESTION:

How important is my pH level in the gender selection process? Would having
intercourse on your Program's "Crucial Dates" only be enough to achieve the
desired result or not? I am very anxious to get pregnant and I would like to
start trying to conceive as soon as possible...


ANSWER:

The first thing you must do, no matter which gender selection method you
intend to use (our Program or any other method) is to test your pH level to
make sure that you are in the optimal range to conceive the desired gender.
There is no way around it.

If your pH level is either too acidic or too alkaline, it will prevent you from
conceiving the desired gender. This theory is backed by several scientific
researches and studies.

Your test results will determine if you need to adjust your pH level or not.
If you need adjustment, simply use the 100% safe and natural methods provided in the BASIC pH level test Kit to reach the optimal level required.

Your pH level could possibly be in the optimal range to conceive the desired gender right away. If this is the case, you won't need to adjust it and you
will be ready to start trying to conceive on the Crucial Dates!

So the answer to your question is:

"NO, having intercourse on the crucial dates only will not be enough
and will not guarantee the desired gender. You MUST test your body's
pH level first (it takes 5 days only...) and make sure that it is in the
optimal range BEFORE trying to conceive on the Crucial Dates."


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What is the optimal pH level?


QUESTION:

What is the optimal pH level required to conceive the desired gender?


ANSWER:

This crucial information is included in the private membership area
to which you will have access to after becoming a member.


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Is it safe to adjust my pH level?


QUESTION:

I have read somewhere that it is not healthy to have an acidic pH level.
Is it safe for me to adjust my body's pH level like you suggest?


ANSWER:

Please rest assured that slighlty adjusting your pH level for a short period
of time will not have a negative impact on your overall health. We would
never have our members do something that is considered to be harmful for
them or their future baby.

Remember that this pH level adjustment is only temporary and that it will
return to its natural level (on its own) shortly after you'll stop the process.

For your information...
The typical American diet, which is far too high in acid-producing animal products (like meat, eggs and dairy) and far too low in alkaline-producing
foods (like fresh vegetables) results in most people having a VERY acidic
pH level, for ALL their life...!     ;o)

(You CAN adjust your pH level even if you are still breastfeeding...)


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Color not changing on the test strip


QUESTION:

I have just tested my pH level but the color on the pH test strip did not change... What does it mean?


ANSWER:

If the color on the pH test strips is not changing, it simply means that your pH level is very acidic and therefore, favorable to the conception of a baby GIRL.


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pH test strip / Matching color


QUESTION:

I have just used one of the pH test strip and I am having trouble to match
the color on the pH test strip with the color on the chart. Please help!


ANSWER:

Unfortunately, we can't provide you with assistance since we would need to
be standing right beside you to be able to help with selecting the right color...

Please use the color chart to determine which one would be the closest match.


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