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Natural Cures And Home Remedies For Acidosis

Acidosis is a biochemical condition, caused by acid-alkaline imbalance in the body's pH levels, where the acidity of the body fluid is very high. The kidneys and lungs maintain the balance of chemicals (acids and bases) in the body. All foods are digested in the body leaving ash as the result of the digestion. This food ash can be neutral, acid or alkaline, depending largely on the mineral composition of the foods. Some foods leave an acid residue, some alkaline. The acid ash results when there is a depletion of the alkali reserve in the blood and the tissues of the body. When the alkalinity of the blood is reduced, the ability to transport carbon dioxide is reduced. As a result, acid accumalates in the tissues. Acidosis can be classified into respiratory acidosis and metabolic acidosis. When the body is unable to remove carbon dioxide through breathing, it results in respiratory acidosis. Metabolic acidosis occurs when the kidney is not able to remove enough acid from the body. Metabolic acidosis has several types. Diabetic acidosis (Diabetic ketoacidosis) develops when ketone bodies which are acidic build up in the body. Hyperchloremic acidosis is caused when too much sodium bica Continue reading >>

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  1. testudoaubreii

    Oh man this is great info. I went full keto a few years ago, but have long since lost sight of the wagon I fell off of since then. My wife and I are ... considering (dithering/procrastinating/enjoying ice cream) it again now.
    Anyway, I never got past a vague light purple before, and wondered if I was somehow doing it wrong. This is really good info. Thanks!

  2. JMACJR

    I'd say that if you get any change at all in color, you're in ketosis . If it goes very dark, it more then likely speaks to your level of hydration ( Lack thereof ).

  3. xpnerd

    I concur - I have never seen dark purple but I'm drinking 3 to 4 litres a day. It's always a light purple and I'm doing just fine. I use them maybe once every few weeks just to see. I certainly do not use them every day and I got solid advice from the beginning not to as it affects the mental state of weight loss. Stick to your macros and Keto On. The rest will take care of itself.

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