Many take supplements to get the pH up into a safe level as quickly as possible, but you can also do it by changing your diet. Greens are very alkalinizing, as are vegetables and vegetable juices. We highly recommend organic as they tend to be higher in the minerals your body needs!
Some supplements that have been effective in boosting pH include coral calcium along with vitamin D and aloe; greens and pHion’s alkaline water, minerals and greens. And don’t forget the vitamin D - your calcium levels have a lot to do with your pH status, and you need adequate vitamin D in order to absorb and utilize calcium!
Water ionizers like the Tyent model also produce alkaline water that can help you boost your pH!
Make sure and get some pH test strips if you don’t have them already to see what your diet and/or supplements do to your pH levels.
If you have a hard time getting your pH into the optimal range, it could be because of a chronic infection that you may have to deal with first. This might be in your mouth, your gut, or elsewhere, but it is important to hunt it down, or try a good anti-infective such as garlic or an allicidin supplement.