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Let us start by saying that it is not recommended to use home-made remedies off of some internet website, as the information may be inaccurate and misleading. You should always consult with a healthcare professional in order to avoid adverse outcomes. The concept of manipulating urine pH in order to accelerate the excretion of certain drugs is well-known. ...


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Yes, there is evidence that alkaline food affects internal pH, but it is important to note that the regulation of internal pH (acid-base homeostatis) has other contributing factors, which is why the impact of food is subtle. I'm mainly aware of evidence from studies on sodium bicarbonate, as an example for a simple way to supplement alkaline food. Gabriela ...


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I am unaware of any mechanism by which exercise can cause "blood alkalization" (usually called "alkalosis"). Blood pH is VERY tightly regulated at 7.35-7.45 (slightly alkaline), so it rarely changes much except in severe illness. That said, slight acidosis can occur in exercise due to an increase in carbon dioxide released from muscles (...


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Without any knowledge about your personal medical condition, nor any intention to address your personal case (your indigestion, gastric/intestinal pH etc., simply because we cannot and should not, as specified in the right-hand yellow disclaimer and the tour), I would like to address the issue of enteric coating in general: Since oral solid dosage forms (...


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In short, balnotherapy (bathing and exercising in mineral water) does not likely: provide essential minerals through dermal absorption improve symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis, other rheumatic conditions, osteoarthritis or fibromyalgia better than hydrotherapy (immersing in plain water)... ...but may help in dealing with stress associated with rheumatic ...


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