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Old 10-13-2006, 11:19 AM   #1
Eva Twardokems
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Default Acid-base balance

I have learned a bit about the acid/base balance in blood and how it can be controlled by the foods we eat. When you eat something that causes an acid load, how long does the spike last? In what time frame do you need to get in your base producing foods before damage occurs?
In short, how long does unbalanced blood take to right itself, and how long does it need to be out of whack to cause damage?
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