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Re: --answer--Acidic Minerals


Thank you.

I'm just a little confused, and perhaps you can help me.

I wonder why then is sulfate in epsom salts (MgSO4) considered to be alkalizing, if it contains sulfur ?
Or perhaps I am mistaken in believing that MgSO4 is "alkalizing", and maybe it is acidifying.

Also, most plants contain large amounts of inositol hexaphosphate, which is IP6, which has a LOT of phosphorous, in fact, six phosphate groups bonded to an inositol nucleus, which as many are aware is a sugar in the B-vitamin family. It would then seem that plants also contain a large amount of acidifying minerals as well ! I am always amazed at the high amounts of IP6 in plants !

Should foods that are high in phosphorous and sulfate be avoided ?

Thanks,

V


 

 
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