Balancing pH levels for Arthritis and Gout

Balancing pH levels for Arthritis and Gout

Everything we eat or drink has some sort of effect on or pH levels. This means that by eating too much of certain foods cause fluctuating pH levels, which may lead to problems such as gout and arthritis. On the other hand, it means that by eating the right foods you can balance your pH levels again.

Some foods that are well known causes of pH balance related issues include:

– Carbohydrates 

Carbs include all the refined carbs and sugars found in things like sweets, soft drinks, cake, white bread, pasta, ice cream, white rice, etc.

– Nightshade Vegetables 

Veggies like tomatoes, potatoes, peppers, eggplant, etc. can cause inflammation.

– Red Meat

Red meat can contribute to or worsen arthritis.

Although it might seem like you have to cut down on a lot of different foods, there are even more foods that will help you treat pH balance issues!

For an easy and healthy diet to counteract arthritis, gout and related acidic health problems, follow the Manna Diet. We also recommend that you take the Manna PH Balance supplement which can help to excrete excess uric acid from the body for effective relief of arthritis and gout related pain.

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