The normal body pH should be closely around 7.4. If the pH fluctuates too much from the ideal level, it becomes difficult for the various enzymes and the organs of the body to function properly, including the proper absorption of nutrients.
One of the most brilliant biologists of our time, and a charismatic daredevil, Dr. Joe Slowinski had been obsessed with venomous snakes since his youth. In 2001 Slowinski led a team of young scientists deep into the wilds of Burma on a final tragic expedition. Immediately after being bitten by the many-banded krait, the deadliest serpent in Asia, Joe knew his life was in grave and imminent peril.