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When is Acid-Ash diet prescribed?
Acid ash diet indication Kidney stone formation can be affected by the pH of urine in people who have a history of forming stones. If you've had kidney stones that contained phosphorus, a low-phosphorus diet may have been recommended, as well as a diet that produces "acid ash." Foods that produce "acid ash" include cheese as well as whole grains, meat, eggs, cranberries, prunes and plums. Struvite stones (those that contain the compound called magnesium ammonium phosphate) also call for a diet low in phosphorous and one that produces an acid ash. Kidney stone formation can be affected by the pH of urine in people who have a history of forming stones. If you've had kidney stones that contained phosphorus, a low-phosphorus diet may have been recommended, as well as a diet that produces "acid ash." Foods that produce "acid ash" include cheese as well as whole grains, meat, eggs, cranberries, prunes and plums. Struvite stones (those that contain the compound called magnesium ammonium phosphate) also call for a diet low in phosphorous and one that produces an acid ash. http://www.whfoods.org/genpage.php?tname=george&dbid=100
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Which condition may result when clients do not eat the prescribed diet yet still continue to take the prescribed insulin?
Acidity can be treated with the help of some medicinal drugs such as ENO to treat the acidity for some time.
The diet sodas have pH ranging from about 3.0 to 3.7 (lower numbers are more acidic, with battery acid = 1.0). The citric acid found in non-colas such as Sprite or 7up is m…ore damaging to teeth than the phosphoric acid found in Coke and Pepsi, according to the article in one of the related links.
usually in the case of UTI
No (added NaCl) salt diet! What doctors constantly ignore is, without chloride, stomach acid (HCl) canNOT be produced. Stop feeding your body salt and you will reduce acid pro…duction within 2 days. Some (simple, single=mono) sugars eaten with your salt can bond the chloride. Things like glucose, dextrose, maltodextrine (but strangely not normal sugar, sucrose which is a double sugar. Frutose has too many calories). Mono-sodium glutamate also helps. It has excess sodium (to neutralize acid) and no chloride(!), but unfortunately makes people forgetful with their short term memory. Milk+(fat blocker)Cactus-FigThistel also helps, but don't overdose, otherwise gallbladder acid side-pain from a too low-fat diet. The gall bladder needs some fats or oils to work on, otherwise it painfully stores its acid. Milk has (natural, biological) calcium to neutalize acid. Chemical bases are unstable & excess usage produces cramp syndromes within 2 days, for things like Calcium carbonate, magnesium carbonate, sodium bicarbonate, etc. If you have to use those chemicals, then mix them with (food acids, like) lemon juice, to fizz away their instability for about 15minutes. All biological life is made of optically left molecules; chemicals are made of left & right, meaning 50% junk. Food decays to 50/50% after 4years, called racemization. Good luck! Because most foods are salted. You need salt to live. Might be argued, but we don't eat just pure sugar or protein or fat. Instead, we eat food (=living organisms) which have salts, e.g. minerals, not just sodium or chloride. Sea fish & birds have a salt gland e.g. near the nose, which gets rid of extra salt. Overdose of salt is unhealthy. Cows get enough minerals from the grass_roots' extraction. You don't need more. I don't see cows salting their pastures, & they are still alive. Some (1 sided) medical misconceptions have hypnotized & brainwashed the public into believing the wrong thing. Balance is what we need; not fanatic extremes. Salted chips, cola, sugared water pop etc. is all that going to help the mineral balance? No! Meat (&/or fish, milk, eggs), vegetables & fruit do. Please don't tell me they don't have minerals. They do. Even lake or stream water has minerals, without chloride. Correctly stated: You need natural minerals from fresh food & water to live; not added table salt (NaCl). I make the distinction between common "salt" (NaCl), versus (mineral) "salts" which encompass the whole chemical periodic table. A little bit of chloride is present & useful, but too much causes excess stomach acid.
I'm assuming you mean an acidic stomach content. If so the doctor will prescribe an alkaline solution like an indigestion powder (or you could eat bicarbonate soda if yo…u were really desperate =). They will do this because the alkalinity of the powder will cancel out (or at least reduce the content) of the acid through what is know as neutralization.
because it makes your bones much more stronger and it has losts of calceam in it
Answer . Milk and milk products, vegetables and fruits should be avoided when following an acid-ash diet because when they are metabolized, they leave acid residue in the b…ody to be excreted in the urine. Acid-ash diets typically consist of large amounts of meat, fish, eggs and cereal.
As the pressure escapes, the pain in the tummy begins to subside and any discomfort in the stomach or the esophagus begins to subside Carbonated water is a base, and countera…cts high acid levels chemically.
The purpose of the acid ash diet is to naturally lower the pH balance within the body. When the pH balance is lowered, proteins and starches enter your system at a much qu…icker rate.
The acid ash diet is not a fad, but rather a medically prescribed diet for those who suffer from kidney stones. An indication that the diet is needed is kidney stones.
An alkaline ash diet has plenty of fruits, milk and vegetables, but minimal fish, meat and cereals. Such a diet yields an alkaline waste product after digestion. An acid a…sh diet comprises of cereals, meat, fish and eggs but minimal vegetables and fruits. The excreted end products of digestion are acidic. An acid ash diet especially one with a lot of gluten predisposes an individual to health problems.