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20 Signs Your Body Is Too Acidic and 10 Ways to Quickly Alkalize It Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SUxKl... Please subscribe our channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/livehealthy... Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Live-Healthy... Follow us on Twitter : https://twitter.com/livehealthylif1 Follow us on Google+ : https://plus.google.com/+LiveHealthyL... Every organ in the body is affected by acidity. Our lungs, bones, brain, heart, liver, kidneys, stomach, intestines and skin. Bottom line - if your body is too acidic, then you will not feel so great. When our bodies enter a state of acidosis, it becomes the perfect breeding ground where disease and disease can easily manifest. A body that maintains its alkaline high point will have less chronic inflammation - one of the number one causes of virtually any disease. After a lifetime of consuming a standard American diet (SAD), the body remains in a constant state of acidity. When the body is in a chronic acid state, the precious minerals are removed from the vital organs and bones to neutralize the acid and remove it from the body. This is why we are seeing an increase in osteoporosis - your bones are literally leached from the precious minerals needed to protect them (like calcium, sodium, magnesium, and potassium). Once these mineral reserves are completely depleted, there are no more reserves to take advantage of, and the body just keeps on running more and more acid - and this is when a serious illness (such as cancer) begins to appear. Most grains, dairy products, soy and meats are acidic. Coffee, alcohol, highly processed foods, refined sugar, sugar substitutes and transgenic oils (and transgenic foods in general) are also very acidic. When we eat (anything for that matter), acidic waste products are generated from the metabolism of these foods. These waste products must be neutralized or excreted - and this is where alkaline foods come in. They literally neutralize acids from an unhealthy diet. So let's get to it - here are 20 signs that your body is too acidic: - Excess mucus / phlegm - Chronic cough - Chest pain - Chronic Fatigue - Sinus problems - Osteoporosis - Neurological conditions such as Alzheimer's, Parkinson's and dementia - Reducing mental clarity - Cardiovascular damage caused by acid plaques - increased risk of heart attack and stroke - Infections of the bladder and kidneys - Immunodeficiency - Skin problems like eczema, acne, rashes and dermatitis of all types - Stomach problems including bloating, indigestion, acid reflux and excess gas - Candida and fungal infections - Increased weight and / or obesity - Diabetes - Allergies - Sciatica and rigid neck - Sensitive cavities and gums - Pain in the joints and pain in the muscles So how exactly is going to alkalize the body? Change your diet, and modify your lifestyle a bit - your body literally depends on you to do these things to survive. Here are some things you can do to reduce your acidity: 1. Drink plenty of filtered water every day (spring water is best). This will help remove toxic materials from the body at a faster rate. 2. Remove acidic foods as mentioned above. You do not have to remove all of them, but reducing them to a minimum or a couple of times a week until you can go without them altogether is a good point of view. If you do not catch it, foods like soda, popcorn, dairy products, cakes, alcohol, coffee, white vinegar, sweeteners, meat, wheat products, eggs, fish, soy and seafood are more acidic. 3. Eat more vegetables - greens are amazingly alkalizing. Green smoothies, green juices, salads, anything! 4. Your emotional state also affects the pH of your body. Anger, fear, resentment and jealousy produce the acidity of body fluids. Participating in meditation or yoga will help you to de-stress. 5. Avoid transgenic foods. 6. Up your intake of alkaline cooking foods - vegetables and fruits are the best, with the second best-being nuts, seeds, beans and legumes. 7. Drinking lemon water can help balance acid levels, too! Make an effort to take care of yourself and your body. You will appreciate your efforts, and you will begin to feel more energetic and vibrant every day.

5 Easy Tips To Alkalize And Avoid Acidosis

5 Easy Tips To Alkalize And Avoid Acidosis Acidosis is a very common problem in our society today. This can become a dangerous condition that weakens all the body systems and its ability to resist disease. Acidosis, a medical condition that appears when your body pH is too acidic, falling below 7.35. It is measured on a scale of 0 to 14 the lower the pH the more acidic the solution, the higher the pH the more alkaline (or base) the solution. When a solution is neither acid nor alkaline it has a pH of 7 which is neutral. When acidosis occurs it gives rise to an internal environment allowing disease to invade our bodies, as opposed to a pH-balanced environment which allows normal body function necessary for the body to resist disease. It is important to understand that we are not talking about stomach acid or the pH of the stomach. We are talking about the pH of the bodys fluids and tissues which is an entirely different matter. This imbalance reduces our bodys ability to absorb minerals and nutrients, reduces the cells capacity to repair itself, and prevents the body from detoxing naturally. This affects every function of the body. One of the first steps that you should make is to Continue reading >>

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    So I have this issue nowadays where I have a pretty hard time falling asleep, I don't know of you guys know this feeling, I am pretty tired, I goto bed, close my eyes and man my brain just won't shut off, It keeps spinning then I get this kind of heatwave and all of a sudden my pegs start to sweat.
    Now on the off chance I successfully fall asleep in a normal timeframe, like today I fell asleep somewhere between 9 and 10 pm. Well I just wake up in the middle of the night and can't go back to sleep. (it's 3:54 am I ha been awake for a while now and while I can feel my eyes being tired my brain is not)
    Anyone met with this before? I am considering taking some vitamin D as I am a CS student and spend most of my time inside, any other tips?

  2. alanzo123

    I definitely had sleep issues when cutting carbs to keto levels. Velarian root helped a lot. My issue was always waking up too early and then being tired all day.

  3. zraii

    Take your vitamin D in the morning. D is usually produced from sunlight and your body is accustom to this. I've read that D before bed will interrupt natural melatonin production.
    Getting sleep "right" is tricky. ZC impacted my sleep in that I felt sleepy earlier and awoke earlier.
    If you're sweaty, you may appreciate more breathable sheets (i.e. You may not be too hot so much as you're just not getting your moisture wicked away effectively)

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John Buse, MD, PhD from UNC, Chapel Hill discusses recent reports on the potential relationship between insulin glargine and cancer. Provided by the Institute for Diabetes, Obesity, and Cardiovascular Disease (iDOC), a free resource for continuing medical education and other tools for medical professionals focused on the treatment of these three related conditions. Visit www.idoc.org for more information.

Examining The Relationship Between Diet-induced Acidosis And Cancer

Examining the relationship between diet-induced acidosis and cancer We are experimenting with display styles that make it easier to read articles in PMC. The ePub format uses eBook readers, which have several "ease of reading" features already built in. The ePub format is best viewed in the iBooks reader. You may notice problems with the display of certain parts of an article in other eReaders. Generating an ePub file may take a long time, please be patient. Examining the relationship between diet-induced acidosis and cancer Increased cancer risk is associated with select dietary factors. Dietary lifestyles can alter systemic acid-base balance over time. Acidogenic diets, which are typically high in animal protein and salt and low in fruits and vegetables, can lead to a sub-clinical or low-grade state of metabolic acidosis. The relationship between diet and cancer risk prompts questions about the role of acidosis in the initiation and progression of cancer. Cancer is triggered by genetic and epigenetic perturbations in the normal cell, but it has become clear that microenvironmental and systemic factors exert modifying effects on cancer cell development. While there are no studies Continue reading >>

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  1. AllUrMemes

    How can you train at a high intensity without glycogen in your muscles? There are plenty of studies that show keto doesnt affect endurance sport performance, which makes sense. You use ketones to perform aerobic glycolysis, kreb cycle, all that jazz.
    Once you hit your anaerobic threshold though, you can no longer sustain your energy output with aerobic metabolism. You go anaerobic somewhere around 70-85% intensity, depending on your fitness. You start using stored glycogen to make atp anaerobically. This is inefficient and also produces lactic acid which will eventually force you to stop when your liver can't expel lactic acid and your brain makes you stop from the pain. This energy pathway is probably the most important for athletics that involve short bursts of energy lasting 10 seconds to a few minutes. (Like, for example, weightlifting at high intensity or running short or intermediate distances for speed.)
    How can keto NOT diminsh your performance? People have said that you replenish muscle glycogen via gluconeogenesis, but if that were happening rapidly enough wouldn't you get kicked out of ketosis if you aren't exercising intensely? Where does glycogen come from?
    All these studies and anecdotes I see talk about either endurance sports or are bullshit anecdotes about non-athletes and their half-assed lifting routines. The few people I have seen who do keto and high intensity exercise admit to carbing up beforehand.
    What is this magical "fat adapted" change that gives you muscle glycogen to work out without carbs and without leaving ketosis?
    I ask because I did a month of keto and my ability to lift dropped from solid numbers for my build to barely better than novice numbers, save for when I would carb up the day before and right before a workout. I'm talking squat numbers dropping from 450 down to 300 and I am seeing spots and nearly collapsing afterwards. It never really got better over the month of keto. The only thing that fixed it was carbs and lots of them.
    I'm not here to shit over ketosis. There is no doubt its an effective diet. I lost 7 pounds of fat in a month and I'm already fairly lean. (Went from about 17% to 14% bf). I believe you can run marathons and do any low-moderate exercise just fine. But high intensity exercise for more than 10 seconds? No way. I don't see how it's scientifically possible. It sounds like complete keto koolaid.

  2. Twat_Waffle_

    It sounds like you haven't experienced a workout while truly fat adapted yet.

  3. AllUrMemes

    What is the adaptation that occurs? I'm asking you, please, tell me where the glycogen comes from!

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Alkaline Diet Meal Plan - Alkaline Foods List CLICK HERE for Learn More = https://tinyurl.com/alkalinepresentat... Even fad diets are partly to blame, for introducing a whole new eating habit, such as high-protein diets. In the recent years, consumption of animal products and refined food items has increased, as more and more people leave out the daily supply of fruits and vegetables in their diet. Alkaline Diet Meal Plan - It comes as no surprise why, these days, many are suffering from different types of allergies, bone diseases, heart problems and many others. Some health experts link these diseases to the type of foods we eat. There are certain types of food that disrupts a certain balance in our body that, during such instance, health problems arise. If only we could modify our eating habits, its not unlikely that prevention of diseases and restoration of health is achieved. The Importance of Alkaline Our bodies need to maintain a healthy and steady alkaline to acid ratio, which is signified by the pH level of our body. The pH scale ranges from 0 to 14, and anything lower than 7 is considered acidic. Processed food items, meat and meat products, sweets, and some beverages and condiments generally produce excessive amounts of acidity in the body. Alkaline Diet Meal Plan - Acidosis, abnormally high acidity level in the blood and other tissues of the body, is the one thing that several different diseases have one thing in common. And many health experts believe that acidosis is responsible for a lot of fatal diseases that many people are afflicted with these days. Alkaline Diet Meal Plan - Alkaline Foods List CLICK HERE for More Info https://tinyurl.com/alkalinepresentat... Please share this Alkaline Diet Meal Plan - Alkaline Foods List video = https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wy2N2...

The Alkaline Way: Ten Tips For Reversing

There's a lot of talk these days about following an "alkaline" diet as a way of restoring health and prolonging life. In principle a lot of the core ideas behind this approach make good physiological sense. Yet many people who try to follow an "alkaline lifestyle" are doing so based on observations that may be true in test tubes yet not true in physiology, in life, in reality. To make sensible lifestyle choices on this matter, it is important to understand a little bit about the chemistry and physiology of acid-base balance. All metabolic, neurohormonal, and immune system processes produce a net excess of acids. When foods induce immune reactions, additional acids are produced that lead to mineral loss in the urine, sweat and stool. Adaptive, acquired immune responses directly and indirectly generate substantial amounts of acidic products (Jaffe, R. Townsend Letter for Doctors and Patients, 2009; 316: 90-98). In people with B cell and/or T cell immune reactions and impaired buffering capacity, it is important to identify the causes of immune reactions by avoidance provocation or ex vivo lymphocyte response assays (LRA). Simply put, when cells are more alkaline, they are more toler Continue reading >>

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  1. emberleo

    Hi guys this may be tmi but I just want to see what I can do to fix it or what I'm doing wrong. I'm closing out my 3rd week on this diet and the last couple of days I've had the real strong urine smell from ketosis and rash like symptoms. Am I not drinking enough water potentially? Or eating too much protein potentially? I'm not feeling too well. I feel a bit weighed down with acid. Any advice would be appreciated.

  2. Art3mis

    the urine smell will pass (or maybe i do not notice it as much YEEP!)....the rash i can not speak to, however, could be just the stress your body is going through while it adjusts, OR it could be your sensitive to something in the IP packets, OR it could be not related at all.
    a few questions...
    how much water are you drinking?
    where is the rash? all over, certain places? does anything make it go away, or is it always there?
    have you ever had your Blood sugar tested? if so, how long ago?
    describe the "not feeling too well"....while your body is adjusting you will feel like poop but its kinda certain symptoms...so what are yours?

  3. Jez

    What does weighed down with acid mean?

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