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August 2007 Issue

Acid vs Alkaline: 3 Steps to a Better Balance

Q. Is it true that balancing the acidity and alkalinity of my diet could make a difference to my health?
A. Research does suggest that eating a diet that produces a higher pH—i.e., more alkaline—may have several benefits for your long-term health. But there’s no need to make a lot of complicated diet changes.

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