- : Never change your diet without first consulting your physician.
- Step 1: Pay attention to what you eat Keep a food diary to understand what foods you consume and how they may be affecting your body’s pH balance.
- Step 2: Test your pH balance Test the pH levels in your body to determine the need and value of a pH-balanced diet plan. Use pH strips, available at health food stores, pharmacies, and online.
- Step 3: Change your diet to restore a pH balance Change your nutrition to restore a natural pH balance by including whole foods, essential fats, and alkalizing beverages like spring water or green tea.
- TIP: Replace coffee and soft drinks with herbal, green, or ginger teas and lemon water.
- Step 4: Avoid certain foods Avoid processed and artificial foods, including anything made with white sugar or white flour. Consume other fats, meats, and dairy in smaller amounts.
- Step 5: Add supplements to support diet Add nutritional supplements that support a pH-balanced diet, including coral calcium, food enzymes, alkaline minerals, and vitamins A and D.
- FACT: Pure water has a neutral pH of 7.
You Will Need
- A food diary
- pH strips
- Foods with low acidity
- Alkalizing beverages