Acid Alkaline Comfort Food : Delicious Vegilicious Recipes

Acid Alkaline Comfort Food : Delicious Vegilicious Recipes

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by Robin Watson
     
 

Eat a diet that helps your body maintain the correct acidity-alkalinity balance. The ideal diet should have a natural ratio of four parts alkaline to one part acid. Others contend that while this good ratio for active people (exercise creates a lot of acid), less active people can handle a diet with a ratio of two parts alkaline to one part acid.
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Eat a diet that helps your body maintain the correct acidity-alkalinity balance. The ideal diet should have a natural ratio of four parts alkaline to one part acid. Others contend that while this good ratio for active people (exercise creates a lot of acid), less active people can handle a diet with a ratio of two parts alkaline to one part acid.
The Alkaline diet is a diet that stress on having fresh fruit and vegetables. It's based on food our ancestors ate. It is exactly opposite the high protein, high fat, low Carb diets that are currently in vogue.Foods are generally categorized as acid or alkaline based on the residue they leave in the human body after they have been metabolized.A Slightly Alkaline Body Is Crucial For Good Health.This diet also helps you lose weight since it contain fresh vegetables, salads, leafy greens, omega oils, nuts, seeds, pulses, whole grains. Vegetables which are fresh, in season, and prepared well without an overdose of butter, cheese, deep fried are preferred.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781105938276
Publisher:
Lulu.com
Publication date:
07/08/2012
Sold by:
LULU PRESS
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
698,140
File size:
487 KB

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Acid Alkaline Comfort Food : Delicious Vegilicious Recipes 1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I just reviewed the sample and as far as I can see this has nothing whatever to do with balancing pH OR being vegan. The recipes include such things as bacon and bacon drippings, soy sauce, sugar, mayo, vinegar, ramen noodles...just to name a few. This is just another recipe book based on unhealthy was of eating. This author has jumped on a bandwagon of health in name only. If you are interested in balancing your pH and regaining your health DON'T GET THIS BOOK. Try looking at material by Robert and Shelley Young to get started.