What do we know about healthy pH values for urine?

I don't have any data on healthy pH values for urine from the Huberman Lab. It's important to note that values considered 'healthy' can vary depending on different sources and the context in which pH levels are being measured or discussed. For specific health-related concerns or information on normal pH ranges, it is advisable to consult a healthcare provider or medical literature. If you have further questions related to health and physiology where the Huberman Lab could provide insight, feel free to ask.


Explain more about the range of healthy pH values for urine

The Huberman Lab does not appear to have covered the topic of healthy pH values for urine, so I can't provide specific insights from Andrew Huberman at this time.

Generally, the pH of urine can range from about 4.5 to 8.0, with 7 being neutral. A variety of factors, including diet, medications, and certain health conditions, can influence urine pH. For example, a diet high in fruits and vegetables might lead to more alkaline urine, while a diet rich in protein or experiencing stress can result in more acidic urine.

For accurate information on what constitutes a healthy pH range for urine and how it pertains to your personal health, it is best to consult with a healthcare professional. They can give guidance based on your health history and any specific concerns you may have.