An Acidic Body is a Sickness Magnet

An Acidic Body is a Sickness Magnet

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Typically your body’s normal pH (acid level) should be around 7 pH, which is considered neutral. Various foods can create an influx in your pH causing you to become sick.

Many doctors will perform a blood analyses to determine pH levels when beginning to look for serious health concerns like cancer and other diseases. While a blood analyses is more accurate, you can test your own pH with a urine test strip available at most pharmacies.

If you measure 7 to 14 pH you are alkaline. If you measure 1 to 7 pH you are acidic. Avoid acidic foods and consider eating more alkaline foods depending on your pH level. Calcium supplements are an excellent way to raise your pH too.

ALKALIZING FOODS

  • Most fruits and vegetables
  • Minerals such as Potassium: pH 14, Calcium: pH 12, and Magnesium: pH 9
  • Proteins such as Eggs, Whey, Chicken, Yogurt, Almonds
  • Apple Cider Vinegar, Bee Pollen, Organic Milk (unpasteurized)
  • Mineral Water, Alkaline Antioxidant Water, and Herbal Teas
  • Cinnamon, Curry, Ginger, Mustard, Chili Pepper, Sea Salt, and most Herbs

AVOID ACIDIFYING JUNK FOODS

  • Coca-Cola: pH 2
  • Beer, Wine, Liquor: pH 2.5
  • Coffee: pH 4

OTHER ACIDIFYING FOODS

  • Cranberries
  • Most Grains
  • Milk, Butter and Cheese
  • Cashews, Brazil Nuts, Peanuts, Pecans and Walnuts
  • Proteins from Beef, Rabbit, Turkey, Fish, and Shellfish
  • Noodles and Pasta
  • Distilled Vinegar and
  • Beans & Legumes


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