How do you recognise blood acidity? The normal blood pH ranges from 7.35 to 7.45. If your blood pH is less than 7.35, your blood is considered as acidic. Blood acidity has a variety of effects on our health, resulting in some common problems on our body as well on our mental aspects. According to studies acidity in blood is a result of high consumption of purine diet. Purine containing food includes meat, fruits and vegetables such as legumes, mushrooms and beans, grains, food and drinks containing yeast that contribute to the increase of uric acid. Too much of uric acid will result in blood acidity.
How can we get rid of uric acid?
Drinking at least 12 glasses of water daily would prevent uric acid crystals forming and aids in the process to excrete them in the body. This is considered as one of the most important remedies for gout because people with gout would usually suffer from dehydration that may end in gout crystal formation.
According to studies, vitamin c can lower the uric acid on the blood. You can get plenty of fruits and vegetables rich in vitamin C anywhere such as oranges, tangerine, red cabbage potatoes and broccoli, etc. Herbs help neutralize uric acid in the body. One example of this is nettle. Some studies showed that black cohash, helps control acidity on the blood.
If you are experiencing this blood acidity, we can consider compensating this by eating food that will balance the acidic environment of our body. Opposing the acidity is alkalinity, compensating both, leads to a balance health. What you don’t have is not a big problem; you can have it anyways with a little more effort from you. Don’t wait for the time you yourself can’t find ways on attempting to cover up what you don’t have.