Foods To Reduce Acidosis

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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...

What Is Acidosis? Acidosis Causes & Treatment | High Alkaline Diet

DEFINITION: Acidosis is an increased acidity in the blood and other body tissue. Acidosis is said to occur when arterial pH falls below 7.35. The pH level of our blood affects every cell in our body. Chronic acidosis corrodes body tissue, and if left unchecked, will interrupt all cellular activities and functions. HIGH ACID-FORMING FOODS and DIETS all lead to ACIDOSIS. Living a fast-paced daily lifestyle, such as eating on the run, will lead people to face constant symptoms of indigestion and growing endangerment of over-acidification (Acidosis) of the body cells, which will interrupt cellular activities and functions. It is a major root of sickness and disease. Having our cells constantly exposed to an acidic environment leads to acidosis and then chronic acidosis and, finally, various forms of disease such as cancer and many more! Studies have shown that an acidic, anaerobic (which is also the lack of oxygen) body environment encourages the breeding of fungus, mold, bacteria, and viruses. As a result, our inner biological terrain shifts from a healthy oxygenated, alkaline environment to an unhealthy acidic one (acidic pH scale). This forces the body to constantly deplete its cel Continue reading >>

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  1. daniellayne

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  2. HipHopAnonymous_0

    Keto is like any diet, if you follow it correctly, it works. I lost 80 lbs in about 6 months on it. If you fall off the wagon it's really easy to pack weight back on quickly though.
    The one advantage for me with keto over other diet styles, is that I can eat at a caloric deficit and still not be hungry, due to the style of foods you eat.

  3. CadenceSpice

    Yeah... you have to make it a lifestyle change, not a temporary diet, or the weight comes back on. Though most people don't have to stay at a very low carb count forever; my maintenance amount of carbs is a lot higher than keto levels, while still much lower than the typical American diet. About 100g/day maintains my weight (instead of the typical 300 or keto 20-ish). So usually the strictness is temporary, but relying on vegetables and protein- and fat-rich foods as the bulk of one's diet stays.

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Mark Doneddu talks about the Acid/Alkaline Diet and his personal journey. http://unpopularview.com/AlkalineAcid...

The Alkaline Diet: An Evidence-based Review

The Alkaline Diet: An Evidence-Based Review The alkaline diet seems a bit too good to be true. Proponents of this diet suggest that replacing acid-forming foods with alkaline foods can improve health. They even claim that it can help fight serious diseases like cancer. There are actually quite a few people who swear by this diet and claim miraculous results... But is there any good evidence behind the alkaline diet? Let's have a look. The alkaline diet is also known as the acid-alkaline diet or alkaline ash diet. It is based around the idea that the foods you eat can alter the acidity or alkalinity (the pH value) of your body. When you metabolise foods and extract the energy ( calories ) from them, you are actually burning the foods, except that it happens in a slow and controlled fashion. When you burn foods, they actually leave an ash residue, just like when you burn wood in a furnace. As it turns out, this ash can be acidic or alkaline (or neutral)... and proponents of this diet claim that this ash can directly affect the acidity of your body. So if you eat foods with acidic ash, it makes your body acidic. If you eat foods with alkaline ash, it makes your body alkaline. Neutral Continue reading >>

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  1. klivi

    Hi! I just restarted keto yesterday. I am currently breastfeeding my 10 week old baby girl.
    I am 5'3" and almost 200 lbs. My goal macros are: 1745 calories 71 g protein (16%) 149 g fat (77%) 30 g carb (7%)
    I've taken into account recommendations that lactating women get at least 60-65 g protein a day and 1500-1800 calories.
    I mostly hit my targets yesterday although I was a little short on calories (1,580) and fat (132 of 149).
    This morning I can feel that I have much less milk than usual. I usually wake up quite uncomfortable (I have a bit of an oversupply). This morning I can feel that I have much less milk. I'm freaking out a little bit. I see a few options:
    1) Bail on keto entirely. 2) Increase my carbs to, say, 100 and keep everything else the same. Then dial back my carbs more gradually. 3) Increase my total calories but keep my percentages the same (so all macros will increase some). 4) Power through until I'm "keto adapted" and assume that my supply will come back up at that point... watch for enough wet diapers.
    I've been drinking TONs of water! Any advice?!?

  2. WillowWagner

    You may get an answer here as more people check in with this sub, but you might also look over at /r/xxketo and /r/ketobabies. I suspect you'll have a higher percentage of nursing moms at those subs. I know there are lots of women successfully nursing on keto, but I don't know the answers you need. I'm confident you get answers, though, if you wait a bit.

  3. klivi

    Thanks! I've also posted at ketobabies, but I'll try xxketo, too. Thanks!

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Acidosis - Acid Forming Foods

Acidosis is a condition in which body chemistry becomes imbalanced and overly acidic.   Symptoms associated with acidosis include frequent sighing, insomnia, water retention, recessed eyes, rheumatoid arthritis, migraine headaches, abnormally low blood pressure, dry hard stools, foul-smelling stools accompanied by a burning sensation in the anus, alternating constipation and diarrhea, difficulty swallowing, burning in the mouth and/or under the tongue, sensitivity of the teeth to vinegar and acidic fruits, and bumps on the tongue or the roof of the mouth.       What is acidosis? Acidity and alkalinity are measured according to the pH (potential of hydrogen) scale.  Water, with a pH of 7.0, is considered neutral - neither acid nor alkaline.  Anything with a pH below 7.0 is acid, while anything with a pH above 7.0 is alkaline.   The ideal pH range for the human body is somewhere between 6.0 and 6.8 (the human body is naturally mildly acidic, bodies do vary).  Values below pH 6.3 are considered on the acidic side values above pH 6.8 are on the alkaline side. Acidosis occurs when the body loss its alkaline reserve.  Some causes of acidosis include kidney, liver, and adre Continue reading >>

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  1. James Pearson

    We get few actual fake calls, most are at least made with good intentions, even if they don’t really require an ambulance. When it comes to a fake call, drunk-abetics can be annoying.
    A drunk driver gets pulled over by the cops, he staggers out of his car, fails a field sobriety test, then tells the officer, “I’m not drunk, I’m diabetic, and my sugar is too high, I was going home to get my insulin”. The symptoms of hyperglycemia are similar to being drunk, including ketoacidosis, which causes a smell similar to alcohol on a person’s breath.
    So, we get dragged out of bed at 0200 (if we’re lucky enough to be in bed) to check a person’s blood sugar with a glucometer, and tell the cops that whatever is going on with their prisoner, it isn’t related to blood glucose levels.
    Another similar call is the stainless steel induced myocardial infarction (SSIMI). That’s when the application of handcuffs causes the patient to experience rapid onset chest pain and shortness of breath, which they are sure is an impending heart attack, meaning they should bypass the jail and go to the ER.
    Given a choice of ER or jail, the patient will usually beat the EMTs into the ambulance. Some of them, knowing that they will go to jail as soon as the ER clears them will decide to just go with the cops and get it over with. A very few actually end up admitted to the hospital for a genuine medical problem.

    Let me also add: This isn’t meant as any slam against diabetics, only those pretenders trying to avoid consequences. If someone is diabetic, and appears drunk, it’s a serious medical emergency. Do not assume anything, get help.

  2. David Wayne

    Chest pains from an “arguement”. Usually the patient is young (20s) with no medical history, they just want to get away from the arguement. Which I understand getting away to let things cool down, but an ambulance ride to the hospital is a bit much.

  3. Scarlett DéLìon

    This isn’t actually a fake call so much as one of the weirdest calls I have ever gone on. Recently we had been paged for a female patient with abdominal pain, she was also in that age range where there was a possibility of pregnancy.
    We get to the house and I walk in, announce “Ambulance.” and….. nothing…. no reply, no moaning, no groaning, nothing. I start to search the house, going to the living room from the kitchen (came in through the garage) and no one in the living room…. strange… but then again could be in the bedroom. Knock on the first bedroom door and nothing. No one. Still no sound. Go to the next room and same thing. Eventually me and my trainee have checked all rooms in the place and theres literally no one there but us.
    At this point I’m concerned, we get in contact with dispatch and they say that there was no vehicle at the location; which is why the patient called 911.

    Eventually we give up the search and return to station. I check facebook and look up the person that called. It’s a legit person, but they’ve been posting for the past hour or two, I never messaged them but it was somewhat annoying that they never even tried to make contact with 911 again after saying “hey I got a ride” or something.

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