Drinks That Eliminate Excess Uric Acid From Your Body in 1 week!

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Unfortunately, gout is not only a cosmetic defect, but the disease that brings constant, severe pain, and general malaise.

That’s why you can not delay and have to start cleaning the body as soon as possible.

According to the study, high protein foods (rich in amino acids) were prone to acidic by-products. This included meat, eggs, and some dairy products such as butter. Furthermore, foods such as corn, alcohol, sugar, salad oils, and mayo were also found to produce acidic by-products in the body.

On the flip side, here are the foods that produced alkaline conditions in the body:  Green leafy vegetables, pumpkin, miso, basil, cucumber, cabbage, kiwi, pineapple, mushrooms, yams, vinegar, walnuts, bell peppers, and more.

Dietary intervention is one of the best choices in preventing conditions caused by uric acid build-up such as gout and joint pain, and an alkaline rich diet is an effective way to go about preventing these types of disorders.

The Ultimate Alkalizing Cocktails

Using the acidic/alkaline chart from Alkalife, we’ve put together two fantastic alkalizing cocktails to help eliminate acidic environments in the body. Enjoy!

 

Ginger-Fruit Iced Tea

Ingredients:

Organic ginger tea

Purified water

1-2 tablespoons of fresh lemon &/or lime juice

1/4 cup of organic grapefruit juice

Directions:

Steep the ginger tea in purified, alkaline water for 5 minutes or until desired colour. Let cool.

Stir in lemon and/or lime juice as well as the grapefruit juice. Add ice and enjoy! (Can be enjoyed hot as well during the winter months)

 

The Very-Berry-Banana Smoothie

Ingredients (serves 1):

2 ripe medium-large bananas

2 cups of frozen mixed berries (strawberry, blackberry, blueberry, and/or raspberry)

1-2 cups of kale (spine removed; your choice of variety)

2-3 tablespoons of raw pumpkin seeds

1/2 cup – 1 cup of purified water.

Directions:

Throw all ingredients into a medium-high powered blender until smooth consistency.

 

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