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Re: ACV is fine for candida, why is white vinegar not, or is it?
 
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Re: ACV is fine for candida, why is white vinegar not, or is it?


 http://www.thewolfeclinic.com/acidalkfoods.html

this site lists acv as alkalizing

http://www.eating-veggies.com/applecidervinegar.htm

more sites claiming the ash of acv is alkaline , leaving an alkaline residue in the body

i didn't know you were a closet moreless fan hven , you preaching the alkaline diet too nowdays?

Acetic acid is not alkaline. Where the confusion is coming in is with where the acidity and alkalinity lie. ALL areas of the body where Candida is a normal resident are normally acidic to keep the Candida under control. Candida normally does not reside in the blood, which is slightly alkaline. When we take a substance like lemon juice, which we have all heard was alkalinizing even though it is an acid. The reason is that the acid stimulates a bicarbonate release, which helps prevent acidity of the blood. Acetic acid is no different. Again the body has a multitude of ways to maintain its pH since it can only live in a narrow pH range.  This is why we rarely see the blood in an acidic state, and we NEVER see the lymphatic system become acidic since it is kept more alkaline than the blood.

 

 
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