pH means voltage in liquids. Potential hydrogen (pH) is an electronic term defined as the logarithm of -400 millivolts (pH 14 alkaline = electron donor = anti-oxidant) to +400 millivolts (pH 0, acidic = electron stealer = oxidant)
In cellular biology, the cellular range of pH 7.35 (-20 millivolts) to pH 7.45 (-25 millivolts) is normal. To make a new cell (healing) requires -50 millivolts. Cancer occurs at +30 millivolts.
As cellular voltage drops, cellular oxygen levels drop, because the pH of water (voltage) determines how much dissolved oxygen it can hold, regardless of the amount of oxygen available !!
The mitochondria in our cells are where energy is produced. They are basically a rechargeable battery, where uncharged ADP becomes charged ATP through a process called the Krebs Cycle. 1 fat molecule creates 48 ATP, but in lack of oxygen, it makes only 2 ATP, resulting in you feeling tired and sluggish. ATP is the rechargeable battery used in enzymatic functions.