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Acid Vs Alkaline Diet

Updated: Aug 16, 2023

Our body's internal system requires a PH of just above 7.0; in this alkaline range, our immune, enzymatic, and healing mechanisms all work optimally.

You may start to suffer a mix of these symptoms if your body gets excessively acidic, that is, when its PH falls below 7;

  • Low energy, fatigue

  • Nasal congestion

  • Hives

  • Muscle Pain

  • Weak nails, dry skin, dry hair

  • Frequent colds, flu and infection

  • Headaches

If you experience these symptoms and consume foods that make your body more acidic, you may need to balance it with an alkaline diet.

Which meals make our bodies acidic?

Dairy and dairy substitutes, animal meat, most grains, chickpeas, sauces, aspartame, prunes, chocolate, peanuts, alcohol, and a wide variety of other foods all contribute to the body becoming overly acidic.

The solution is straightforward and logical: consume more foods that make you more alkaline.

These include, among others, avocados, green tea, watermelon, lime, mango, most vegetables, vegetable juices, almonds, sprouts, and limes.

The changes that occur as your body gets more alkaline are quite amazing! Although it will appear magical, everything is entirely normal. You will experience what we all have the right to experience but are unaware of.

Benefits include:

  • Rapid weight loss

  • Increased energy

  • The need for less sleep

  • Improved skin and hair condition

  • Better mental attitude

Do these advantages merit pursuing? If you don't agree with me, then you must be insane. Thankfully, steadily alkalizing your body is not difficult. Take it day by day, increase the amount of green foods in your diet, and cut back on the number of cups of coffee you drink each day, and you'll soon see the results.


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