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A high-alkaline diet is one of the most important factors to focus on when eating a healthy diet to prevent disease and promote recovery from chronic conditions.
Unfortunately, many people have the misconception that fruit is acid-forming – especially citrus. However, the majority of fruits, including citrus actually have an alkaline effect on the body.
The fact is that even though fruits contain sugar and acidic components, their overall effect on our biochemistry is to promote alkalinity.
In this video Dr. Rick Dina, D.C. analyzes the pH of his 24-hour urine sample while consuming only organic valencia oranges for one and a half days.
Does fruit sugar really cause acidity? Is fruit acid-forming because it is high in sugar? Let’s find out!