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Re: Send me your diets!! [tigerchik] [ In reply to ]
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The tips are given by a doctor in China, I didn't good at translation, it's too difficult, but I suppose it shouldn't be pseudoscience.

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Re: Send me your diets!! [Milly.S] [ In reply to ]
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The tips are given by a doctor in China, I didn't good at translation, it's too difficult, but I suppose it shouldn't be pseudoscience.



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If the acidic food too much, it will make the athletes blood acidic, which will not only increase the body calcium and magnesium consumption, easy to cause fatigue, but also make the blood viscosity increased, the movement is extremely unfavorable.
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It is pseudoscience. For instance, the pH of human blood is between 7.35 and 7.45. There are a number of chemical processes to keep it at exactly that. If it changes, people get very sick.

Here's a nice meta-analysis of acidity and bone:
http://nutritionj.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/1475-2891-10-41

This diet sounds appealing because it plays on some things most people remember from school - acids and bases.

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Last edited by: tigerchik: Mar 29, 17 2:50
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Re: Send me your diets!! [tigerchik] [ In reply to ]
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Thanks for your explanation, I'd delete it.

exercise and stay young.
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Re: Send me your diets!! [Milly.S] [ In reply to ]
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No problem. Thanks for being open-minded.

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Last edited by: tigerchik: Mar 29, 17 3:08
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Re: Send me your diets!! [surroundhound] [ In reply to ]
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surroundhound wrote:
You can never go wrong with oatmeal for breakfast.

Yes you can - when oatmeal give you gastric reflux and you belch for hours.

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Re: Send me your diets!! [ironclm] [ In reply to ]
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I stand corrected for over-generalizing. In fact, my manager at work is allergic to oatmeal. :S

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