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Re: --answer--Acidic Minerals
 
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Re: --answer--Acidic Minerals


Hi vulcanel,

Let us consider what I just posted about that in order for foods to have High amounts of Alkaline Minerals that the Plants must also have enough of the Different Acids to accomplish this job !

So this may mean that to have high Alkaline Minerals in the Plant(High Brix Readings), that the Plants must also have Higher amounts of these Acids in them !

Where the problem comes in is when the Plant has too much Nitrogen in ratio to these other Acids and Alkaline Minerals !

For with too much Nitrogen the Plant will carry too much water , which will Dilute out the Alkaline Minerals and Cause the food to spoil !

Now with the info that Plants cannot have High Alkaline Minerals without enough of these Acids to Bind these Alkaline Minerals, "YOU" decide if a person should eat Natural foods which are high in phosphates and sulfates ?

For you may find with some research that "ALL" cole crops are generally higher in sulfates, this provides these crops to also contain more Calcium and other Alkaline Minerals !

As usual not everything may be as it may First seem to be !

Everything in the whole universe is controlled by the Acid Alkaline pH Balancing Principles, and there is "NOTHING" which is not so !

Smile Tis your choice.
 

 
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