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By Steven Godlewski | Published  07/16/2007 | Fitness , Health , Nutrition , Sports , Supplements And Vitamins , Weight Loss | Unrated
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Optimize Your Health with a pH Balanced Diet (Part 1)

Optimizing your health with a pH balanced diet is the natural way to obtain the maximum positive health benefit for the long term. The basic concept of a pH diet is to maintain the ph balance of nutritional food intake close to 80% alkaline with 20% acidity. The main objective of a pH diet is to create the equivalent of the pH level in the bloodstream by introducing alkaline foods into your diet.

Granted for many, the initial idea can be intimidating because of the foods that have become commonplace in society are found to be high in acidity. Identifying readily available sources of alkaline foods is your first defense in acquiring optimized health. Benefiting the most from a pH balanced diet can be as simple as becoming aware of your options when considering your choices of alkaline foods.

Alkaline foods have an energizing result on the body. Alkaline foods counteract the acidity we put into our bloodstream everyday, allowing our bodies to regenerate and restore damaged cells naturally.

Identifying foods that cause the alkalizing benefit in the body, you can introduce a healthier diet by complimenting the pH levels already established in the bloodstream. By doing so, you have prevented premature aging and illnesses from developing.

Normal pH balance of the human body is 7.35 to 7.45. Levels of pH7 and higher are measured as alkaline.

While meats derived from animals are acidic, fresh vegetables and fruits are considered as stables in a well thought out pH diet plan.

Vegetables that have a positive effect in your pH diet are broccoli, carrots, cauliflower, celery, cucumber, garlic, green beans, peas, lettuce, onions, tomatoes and peppers, to state a few. While standing in line for that next burger, ask if they wouldn’t mind; Piling on the veggies.

Vegetables may be acceptable to the adult seeking optimal health through a balanced pH diet but, our younger counterparts may think differently. As Mother Nature has it, she has also provided the perfect remedy. Fruits have the pH balancing effect on our bodies as well.

Alkaline fruits are: apples, bananas, berries, cantaloupe, cherries, grapes, lemons, limes, oranges, peaches, pears, pineapple, raisins, and strawberries to name a few. A variety of fruits make the perfect snack for any little one eagerly awaiting for the hand out.

Minerals are also vital to your daily diet. Minerals that have an alkalizing impact on the body can aid in the overall balance in your pH diet. These minerals include: cesium, potassium, calcium, and magnesium. Because minerals are essential to your health but, rarely acquired in an adequate amount through our daily food intake, a balanced supplement may be in order.

The purpose of a pH balanced diet is to have your alkaline (fresh vegetables and fruits) diet richer than the acidic counterpart of your diet. When actively practicing a suitable pH balanced diet, your body will perform with peak altitude, giving you the ability to ward off illnesses in a preventive and natural environment to your body.

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