As you transition into an alkaline lifestyle, it is good practice to keep a relatively structured measure of the pH levels of your saliva and urine.
This will not only give you an indication as to whether you are on the right track, but will also serve as motivation as you see your pH levels steadily increasing over the duration of the course.
Undoubtedly, the most accurate way to test your pH level is through live blood analysis, however, this is very expensive and has to be undertaken by a live blood microscopist. Two tests, every day is not practical (unless you are a live blood microscopist yourself!).
While we do recommend going to see a microscopist at the beginning of your journey and then again after 3 to 6 months, this is not an option for the majority of us.
Therefore, the very best alternative is to test your saliva and urine, daily in a regimented way that will enable you to spot trends and progression. This is cheap, easy and really can be done by anyone, right away.