According to a recent report drawn up by John Hopkins University, almost half of the American population suffers at least of a chronic illness and these numbers are increasing day by day. Unfortunately, we are not just talking about the elderly but also about children who, for about 15% are suffering from chronic illnesses.
Today there are millions of young people suffering from diabetes, asthma, developmental disorders, cancer and countless other disorders. As we said before, these numbers grow and in order to understand it you can just look at some data. In 2000, more than 20 million people were diagnosed with one or more chronic diseases compared to the number initially envisaged in 1996.
It is estimated that by 2020, 25% of the American population will be affected by multiple chronic illnesses with the associated management costs that will reach $ 1.070 billion.
The number of people with chronic illness, an increase from 125 million in 2000 to 171 million in 2030 is expected. In Europe, the situation is very similar, especially in the more developed countries.
According to experts, the underying problem is due to a non optimal body condition and therefore to the internal and the external environment: extracellular fluids , saliva, urine and the body systems.
In other words if the ph is altered it will leads to various type of health conditions.