Baking Soda May Reduce Premature Death Risk | www.thenutritionwatchdog.com

Baking Soda May Reduce Premature Death Risk | www.thenutritionwatchdog.com:

How do you get more baking soda in your life? Surprisingly, the answer has nothing to do with that yellow box in your fridge fighting odors. If you want to balance your pH levels by getting more sodium bicarbonate in your diet, eating more fruits and vegetables is the key.
Fruits and vegetables high in potassium and bicarbonate will have a negative potential renal acid load (PRAL) score. This represents the amount of acid produced by the kidneys after metabolism. The higher the negative, the more potassium and bicarbonate they will provide, potentially reducing your risk of premature death, according to the study. Apples, raisins, spinach, bananas, carrots, broccoli, lemons and even coffee are a few sources that will boost your potassium and bicarbonate levels.
Are you eating enough fruits and vegetables to keep a healthy pH balance?
—Stephen Seifert


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