Too Much Acid In Your Organism? These Are The 7 Quickest Solutions To Alkalize Your Body

Acidity can easily affect all organs and functions in our organism, and its effect rapidly shows on our skin, stomach, but also the bones, brain, heart, kidneys, and intestines. The first and most obvious sign of too much acid in the organism is a strange feeling of discomfort usually immune to any type of treatment.

What this means is that our body is entering a state of acidosis which makes it vulnerable to all serious diseases and illnesses, as the alkaline-set point makes it prone to several types of inflammation.

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With regular consumption of foods listed in SAD (Basic American Diet Plan), the body’s acidity level is constant, but once that level shifts to a chronic state, important minerals are being pulled out of the bones and the organs to respond to the acid attack and restore the original functions of our digestive systems. If the state lasts longer than usual, bones are being deprived of all safeguarding minerals (most notably potassium, magnesium, calcium, and their salts), and easily become the breeding zone of many dangerous diseases including cancer.

But where does acid come from? The answer is simple: It hides in many of our regular meals. You can find it in meat, soy, grains, and even dairy products. To make matters even worse, acid is present in all highly processed foods and refined sugars, oils, coffee, and alcohol. All acidic foods we’re consuming should be balanced with just as much alkaline ingredients, just to make sure our unhealthy diet doesn’t affect us in an undesired way.

These are the obvious signs that there is too much acid in our organism:

  • Excess phlegm and mucus
  • Pain in the chest area
  • Sinus issues
  • Persistent cough
  • Osteoporosis
  • Compromised mental clarity, dementia, Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s
  • Kidney infections
  • Bladder infections
  • Constant fatigue
  • Severe cardiovascular damage (strokes)
  • Yeast infections
  • Inflammations and allergies
  • Skin troubles (acne, eczema, dermatitis, rashes)
  • Bloating and indigestion
  • A weaker immune system
  • Sensitive gums and cavities
  • Stiff neck
  • Diabetes

How come our bodies cannot simply adjust pH value to their own?

The truth is they do, but only until a certain limit. All fluids and tissues we have are alkaline (excluding the ones in the stomach), which means that once there is too much acid inside, they end up extracting alkaline-forming components from other organs and areas (usually the bone or the small intestine’s gastrointestinal enzymes), which means that each time they balance values, they do so affecting other functions, organs, and processes in the body.

How can we reduce acidity and prevent problems? There are few very simple and easy tricks

  • Consume unfiltered water (preferably spring one) as much as you can. This way, you will be flushing poisons out of your body, and get acid out very soon,
  • Reduce the amount of highly acidic meals. While this doesn’t mean you should eliminate them completely, you should at least try to consume them a couple of times per week. What you should reduce the most are acid-forming foods such as vinegar, artificial sweeteners, popcorn, wheat, fish and sea food, eggs, meat, soda, dairy, pastries, soy, coffee, and alcohol.
  • Green food is essential. All herbs and green vegetables are known for their alkalization power, so make sure you eat enough salad to cover for your unhealthy meals.
  • Emotions have a lot to do with pH value in your body, in particular animosity, fear, jealousy, and anger. To deal with these issues, try to practice distressing activities such as yoga and exercise.
  • Consume a lot of fruits, legumes, seeds, and beans. Nuts are also a smart idea, but make sure they are not processed or too fatty.
  • Believe it or not, lemon water doesn’t form acid, but helps remove it.
  • Value your efforts and do things that make you happy – staying positive and boosting with energy is the best way to preserve physical health, and we see no reason why alkalization wouldn’t benefit from it.