The Acid Alkaline Balance Diet

The Acid Alkaline Balance Diet

An Innovative Program That Detoxifies your Body's Acidic Waste to Prevent Disease and Restore Overall Health

Book - 2010
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McGraw Hill
Uncover the Secret to Better Health to Prevent Cardiovascular Disease, Obesity and Other Chronic Diseases

Acidic wastes from processed food and chemical additives have detrimental effects on the human body. When acidic wastes accumulate, they can cause organs to malfunction, causing degenerative diesease. The Acid Alkaline Balance Diet has helped thousands of people restore overall health by showing how to balance the body's acid-alkaline to detoxify toxins based on metabolic type. This edition has now been fully revised and updated with new information on heavy metal foods, alternative treatments and supplements and continues to provide an easy-to-follow food combination and herbal therapy regimen.

This completely revised edition includes:

  • New research about heavy metal foods and acid alkaline balance. Such as chelators that move metals from the bones to the brain where they are more destructive.
  • Warning on potentially harmful effects of some nutritional supplements
  • New research and alternative treatments for various health conditions caused by the body's production of acidic waste

Forget the traditional acid-alkaline food lists. Discover how The Acid-Alkaline Balance Diet will help you lead a longer and healthier life.

Publisher: New York : McGraw-Hill, c2010
Edition: Rev. ed
ISBN: 9780071703376
Characteristics: xiii, 241 p. ; 23 cm


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Nov 09, 2017

Article from RationalWiki:
“The Alkaline Diet: An Evidence-Based Review”
from Healthline
“Alkaline Diets Debunked”
by Dr. David Deming, posted February 24, 2017

onepeace Feb 07, 2013

this book gives extreme misinformation--could be dangerous to those unaware--total wacko theories in some areas--should be removed from circulation, and from the market--

Jul 27, 2010

This book is either incomplete or a scam. The theory sounds like it might be logical and accurate. The examples choose a single factor to "prove" the theory, not even mentioning the other factors that also come into play in the circumstances.


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