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How to rebalance your optimal health with an acid-alkaline diet

Working toward a balanced, healthy pH, circles making smarter eating choices so that alkaline-forming choices are the centre of your diet. These include fruits, vegetables, almonds, sprouted grains, lentils, and tofu and soy products. As a rule, you should stick to an acid-alkaline diet, 80 percent of what you consume should be alkalizing foods, with 20 percent acid forming. Apply this rule to every meal and snack and beverage, and enhance your chances of rebalancing your pH levels.

It is imperative to rebalance pH levels because low pH influences your health at a cellular level, leaving you more susceptible to poor sleep, fatigue, poor digestion, obesity and another health apprehension like cancer, bone mass loss, and kidney stones.


  • Consume more alkaline-forming foods

As it is the best tool that can rebalance an acidic ph. Your everyday ratio should be 80 percent alkaline-forming foods to 20 percent acid-forming foods.

  • Acid-forming foods include dairy products, meat, tea, coffee, cooked foods, sodas, sugar, refined flour, and salt.
  • Alkaline-forming foods include raw fruits and veggies like leeks, beets, carrots, sea vegetables, broccoli, onions, mangoes, parsnips, melons, and papayas. Sweet potatoes, squash, yams, and some grains including wild rice, buckwheat, quinoa, millet, and amaranth also are alkaline forming. Apples, coconut, cherries, pineapple, pumpkin seeds, hemp, and almonds also go on the alkaline list.



  • Eating foods that are rich in chlorophyll

You can eat food to positively alkalize your body. Chlorophyll considerably raises the pH of foods so that they act as more alkaline forming foods. Vegetables that are highly alkaline forming comprise bell pepper, asparagus, celery, dill, cucumbers, green beans, peas, all leafy greens, parsley, all kinds of sprouts and zucchini.

  • Drink lemon water

Drink lime on a daily basis because limes, lemons, and grapefruit are highly alkaline foods to intake. Lemon water also improves liver function and offers the antioxidant vitamin C, which battles cell damage by free radicals. Also, you should stay hydrated and drink adequate amounts of water to aid in restoring pH

·           Limit Salt Consumption

 It is essential that you limit your salt consumption. Salt comprises of chloride and sodium —the combination of these two molecules sets the arena for low-grade metabolic acidosis. Healthy individuals need only up to 1,300 mg of sodium daily. When you go grocery shopping, it is important that you read food labels carefully. A good rule: you should opt for fresh foods over packaged foods that are diseases packed in a tin.

·           Managing time

 Managing time is vital so that you can control the amount of stress that you experience. Additionally, list down enjoyable things that you should do in your free time and that encourage a positive attitude. While diet has the largest impact on your pH level, decreasing stress also promotes alkalinity. For example, yoga, light stretching, meditation, and deep-breathing exercises can all help.

Benefits of alkaline Diet

  • Although switching to an alkaline diet benefits people, a few people can have too alkaline bodies. These individuals usually suffer from calcium deposits. Calcium forms when the adjacent environment is alkaline. This can lead to symptoms of joint pain and migrating nerve. Insomnia can also be an issue, and it is often associated with early morning stiffness. These people wake up stiff, but the rigidity quickly improves as muscle activity generates lactic acid. Lactic acid assists to neutralise the buildup of alkaline compounds and bring the body’s pH back into balance.


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