Although there are some parts of your diet that will be acidic, you should focus on keeping it alkaline as far as possible. In order to get your body toward the alkaline side of the pH scale, you will need to be careful of what you eat. Foods that can make your body acidic include things like caffeine, alcohol, refined carbs and sugar, soft drinks, and processed foods.
Some symptoms and signs to be on the lookout for include:
Oral Signs –
Acid buildup in the body may result in signs like the saliva being acidic, the development of mouth ulcers, small cracks in the corners of your mouth, and repeated infections in the mouth and throat. Teeth may also become more sensitive and brittle.
Skin, Hair and Nail Signs –
Too much acid in the body may cause the skin to become dry, rashes or hives to develop on the skin, your hair to fall out or break off easily, and your nails to become brittle and easy to break.
Eye Signs –
When the acid levels in the body rise, it may affect the eyes in a way that they tear up for no reason and appear red and irritated. The corneas and the eyelids can become inflamed, and conjunctivitis may develop.
Digestive Signs –
High acidity in the body can lead to problems with the digestive system, as it can cause issues like stomach ulcers, gastritis, and acid reflux.
With the correct diet you can be more alkaline and reverse the damage done by too much acid in the body. Look at the Manna Acid/Alkaline Diet and take the Manna PH Balance supplement to excrete excess uric acid from the body.
If you find that high acid levels already caused damage to your digestive health, take the Manna GUT support to reinstate healthy bacteria and essential digestive enzymes to regain complete health.