Nutrition

Foods containing citric and malic acids

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List of Foods That Contain Citric Acid In Their Natural State This list is growing all the time as I do more research! Citrus fruits: all of ‘em. It’s strongest in lemons and limes, which are up to 8% citric acid by weight and can even be used to extract the chemical from; sour oranges can also be used, so… Read More »

Foods by Ph Factor

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Foods by Ph Factor Below is a list of foods with a relative value of a resulting metabolic alkalinity (+) and acidity (-). Note that the foods with moderate negative metabolic pH factor (-) should not be completely avoided after your pH has stabilized. These foods simply need to be proportionally counterbalanced by alkaline foods. Canned, microwaved, frozen, and otherwise… Read More »

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Water by pH level

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Water by pH level

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Histamine rich foods list

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Histamine rich foods list When individuals are affected by histamine toxicity, the following foods cause the following issues Trigger mast cell degranulation causing allergic reactions systemically Cause gastrointestinal disturbances due to rich histamine content with body’s inability to break down histamine due to pancreatic insufficiency. Histamine rich foods (cause gastrointestinal and skin reactions) Dairy. Mature cheeses (cheddar, stilton, roquefort, brie,… Read More »

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Lysine and Arginine ratio in foods

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Bone broth

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Bone broth Bone broth is delicious and considered a super-food. It has been used since ancient times as a healing food. Bone broth is very rich in minerals and collagen containing glycosaminoglycans which are required throughout the body for most important body organs. Many conditions, including Crohn’s disease, gastroesophageal reflux disease, osteoarthritis, ulcerative colitis, arthritis, bowel hyper permeability (leaky gut)… Read More »

Nutritional balance

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A balanced diet with varied food consumption, including vegetables, seeds and nuts, cold water fatty fish, dairy, red meat, and fruit, will supply almost all needed vitamins with the absolute exception of vitamin D, and possible exception of magnesium, zinc, potassium, and vitamin K2. Remember, nature never intended you to put vitamin D in your mouth; nature intended you to… Read More »

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