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Acid-Forming Foods

By Gerald Regni, DMD on April 10, 2013

Acid-forming foods which should be temporarily avoided or drastically limited during the alkaliniza­tion period are principally meat, fish, poultry, eggs, cheese, fats, white bread, starchy foods, cakes, pastry, candy, white sugar, and confections. These foods are not necessarily faulty but should never be taken in proportions far beyond the requirements for body need.

Alkaline

Do A Simple Test

Test your saliva with inexpensive litmus paper which can be bought at Nature's Path Inc., 1-800- 326-5772. Your saliva as tested with litmus paper reflects the pH acid/alkaline balance of your body. The litmus tests is simply putting a short piece of litmus paper in your saliva and comparing the color on the chart with the litmus paper. Some call litmus paper "pH paper." pH testing papers: pH Hydrion Papers test the acid/alkaline condition of your urine. With reading of 5.5 to 8.0, these strips can indicate balance in the body and determine which food to eat to rebalance your system.

You should be slightly alkaline at 7.5 to the neutral pH of 7.0. but if you are acid or acidic as low as 6.5, you need calcium lactate and the vegetable juices, and of course you should add liquid crystalloid elec­ trolytes to your water to achieve your 80/20 balance.

Get into the habit of eating whole food complexes as in the Garden Trio (Barleygreen, Just Carrots and RediBeets). These are live whole foods.

Select natural vitamin complex supplements. An excellent source for these product is

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