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The lactate/lactic acid debate – an outsider’s perspective

Goal: Lactate is a much more important and dynamic ion than is presented in the traditional view but it is not responsible for exercise induced acidosis. Further, the accumulation of hydrogen alone is responsible for exercise induced acidosis whether it comes into the cell as part of lactic acid or through other means. For these reasons alone the term lactic acidosis must be rejected.

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Part One in this series: "The lactate/lactic acid debate-an outsider's perspective" (1) established that hydrogen proton buildup is the most likely cause of exercise induced acidosis whether or not it is accompanied by an equal buildup of lactate. Although Roberg's theory is the most promising because it lays out a geometric ratio as established in Part One, this understanding is not necessary for the purposes of this article. The question at hand is what can alleviate the buildup of hydrogen protons or prevent it from happening in the first place? The physical world is filled with opposite pairs-light and dark, fire and water, or expanding and contracting, for example. Water itself can be seen as a duality. It can be both an acid and a base because it is a polar molecule that has both a negative and a positive side (pole) that do not cancel each other out.
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Final Assessment : Maintaining the traditional view that lactic acid is the cause of acidosis during high intensity exercise fails to account for the advancements in understanding that have come about in recent years. The role of lactate and the role of hydrogen cannot be adequately explained by this view. The following will outline where the weaknesses lie and what advancements in understanding have arisen.
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The lactate/lactic acid debate – an outsider’s perspective
 
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Lactate is a much more important and dynamic ion than is presented in the traditional view but it is not responsible for exercise induced acidosis. Further, the accumulation of hydrogen alone is responsible for exercise induced acidosis whether it comes into the cell as part of lactic acid or through other means. For these reasons alone the term lactic acidosis must be rejected.