NewsTarget has published a free online guide entitled, "The pH Nutrition Guide to Acid / Alkaline Balance" by Jack Challem, the Nutrition Reporter. In this exclusive report, you'll learn one of the most important health secrets found in nutritional science: the pH secret to good health! Here's what's covered:

• How acidic foods strip your body of minerals.

• Why osteoporosis is actually promoted by the consumption of acidic foods.

• How eating lots of potassium-rich fruits creates a chemical buffer against the ravages of acidic foods.

• The important of your potassium-to-sodium ratio, and how the American diet radically imbalances this all-important nutrient ratio.

• Chloride warning: The average American diet has way too much chloride. Here's how it harms your health.

• Why muscle cramps are actually caused primarily by mineral deficiencies (and how to solve the problem without using dangerous prescription medications).

• How the mass consumption of meat and grains causes the body to become overly acidic.

• Which four foods in the average American diet are the most acidic and lead to the greatest loss of bone mineral density and lean muscle mass.

• Why consuming large amounts of dairy products does nothing to prevent osteoporosis.

• The real cause of osteoporosis, and how to reverse the condition through dietary changes.

• Why your diet is far more important to overall pH level than supplements alone.

• What the Hunter-Gatherer diet can teach us about health in the modern world.

• How to accurately test your own pH levels.

• A list of which foods are the most acidic vs. most alkaline.

• Scientific references supporting the information presented here.

You can read the full report here:

Comment: Something not mentioned in the article concerns mood. Low pH (higher acidity) is associated with higher anxiety levels. I made a brief study of this perhaps seven years ago due to my own anxiety levels. Anyway, a good Stone Age diet is the best diet. It is the pre-technology diet. We have a very difficult time eating that way now out of chain grocery stores and what with work schedules. The idea is nibbling, small meals, wide variety, organic, very light on the animal products if any, and fasting.

Originally from on July 13, 2007, 12:00am

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