Monday, February 15, 2010

Bad Health is the Result of Overacidity

According to research published in The Journal of Longevity, declining health is the result of acid overload. This condition is caused by a diet lacking in vegetables and whole foods, which causes your tissues and organs to become acidic. When this happens you can’t properly absorb key nutrients and vitamins and you’re open to all sorts of health disasters.

Acid overload can result in decreased circulation… heart problems… loss of libido… irregular bowels… painful muscles and joints… respiratory problems… and possible abnormal cell growth.

Is an acid overload behind YOUR symptoms? Simply answer these questions:

* Do you suffer from high blood pressure, a failing heart or other heart problems?
* Do your joints feel stiff, inflamed and painful or do you suffer from bone loss?
* Has a doctor told you that your blood sugar levels are too high or too low?
* Are you finding it more difficult to get a good night’s sleep?
* Do you suffer from constant fatigue or energy crashes after meals?
* Do you frequently endure cramping, constipation, heartburn or other digestive problems?
* Do you sometimes feel depressed, negative and cranky?
* Have you noticed that your ability to solve problems or to remember details is lacking?
* Do you sometimes suffer from shortness of breath or other lung problems?
* Do you experience pain, numbness or tingling in your hands, legs or feet?
* Is your skin or hair aging more rapidly than they should?
* Do you notice that your eyesight or hearing is fading at an alarming rate?
* Do you suffer from low sexual desire or performance problems?
* Do you contract infections more often with each passing year?

If you answered “YES” to one or more of these questions, there’s a good chance that you may be suffering from acid/alkaline imbalance.

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