How an Alkaline Diet Work?

Does the alkaline diet really work? In order to answer that question, first we need to ask ourselves this: 1. What exactly do we mean by “alkaline diet”? and… 2. How do we define or determine what it means for it to “work”? So let’s take those two things one at a time. First: The alkaline diet is a diet designed to “alkalize” the body. The goal of alkalizing is to promote the slightly alkaline state in which the body operates best. To reach this goal, the alkaline diet promotes eating larger amounts of fruits and vegetables, and fewer meats and certain other foods. Many alkaline “experts” recommend about 80% alkaline foods and 20% acidic foods. The…

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Balanced PH for the Body

Balanced PH for the Body Having the correct biochemical balance in the body is important for optimal health. The biochemical balance in the body depends in part on the pH of the body’s systems being at the right levels. For athletes such as runners, weight lifters, and others, having the right balance of nutrients in the body is essential. And the body will reach that point most efficiently when the pH level of the body is what it should be. If your pH is out of balance, your body will be too. For this reason, athletes and physically active people, as well as anyone else who wants to be healthy, should pay attention to their body’s pH…

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The Alkaline Lifestyle

The Alkaline Lifestyle The alkaline lifestyle, as some call it, has been adopted by thousands of people, including some famous and influential individuals. If you’ve heard of people “alkalizing” and focusing on “alkaline foods”, and you are wondering what all the fuss is about, I’ll try to explain it for you here. In short, alkalizing is about bringing the pH of your body into balance. It is about getting the pH of the body into a slightly alkaline state where the body functions best. As you probably know, a lot of foods can increase acid in the gut and other parts of the body. The alkaline lifestyle aims to remedy this by changing the way we eat…

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PH and Healing

PH and Healing Can a balanced pH help your body heal? Can excess acidity slow down or stop the healing process? The answer to both questions is “yes”. Having the right pH levels in your body is essential to your health. But why? Let’s talk about it… Consider for a moment a farmer who plants and grows crops of various kinds. Did you know that farmers pay attention to the pH levels of the soil in which their crops grow? They do this because if the soil pH is wrong, their crops won’t grow. In fact, an out-of-balance soil pH can result in the cessation of growth altogether—as in, if the pH isn’t right, then nothing can…

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6 Reasons Why You May Want to Dump Dairy for Good

In our modern culture, milk and cheese are readily available and frequently added to many of our favorite foods. Many of us were taught at some point in our lives that milk and dairy are good for you. They “do the body good”. They “give you strong bones”. True, there is about 30% (~300mg) of the recommended daily value of calcium in a cup of milk. It also includes moderate amounts of potassium, magnesium, and Vitamin b-12. However, it is not the “good stuff” in milk that will hurt you. Unfortunately, we live in a world where production is valued over safety, and this reality has resulted in a milk supply that is packed with a whole…

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Do Meat and Cheese Lead to Diabetes?

A recent study in France found that women who eat higher amounts meat, cheese, eggs, fish, bread, and soft drinks were at greater risk of getting type 2 diabetes. The part about soft drinks may sound obvious, but what about meat and cheese? Can meat and cheese really lead to diabetes? If so, what’s the connection? The connection, in short, is acid. Foods such as meat, fish, and other common “acidic offenders” produce acids when they are broken down by the body. This causes the body’s systems to be more acidic. Some researchers believe that this excess acidity can lead to all kinds of health problems—including (but not limited to) type 2 diabetes. While proponents of the…

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How Plasma pH Compare?

There are many ph drops on the market. Ever since we launched 8 years ago many companies have launched their own versions of ph drops, many failed some still exist.   Plasma pH Drops – – We always use glass bottle (notice how all of the products above are in a plastic container. This is unacceptable because concentrated alkaline formulas can leach plastic chemicals out of those bottles or even eat right through the bottles (if they do not the formula is probably not strong enough and you are wasting your money). – Because Plasma pH Drops are so strong you only need to use 10 drops per quart/liter this way you have about 115 servings in…

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