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Balanced Nutrition Supports Prevention & Treatment of Chronic Diseases

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Countless scientific studies show that, before anything else, our body can self prevent and self fight chronic diseases, also known as degenerative diseases, with a healthy lifestyle.

A healthy lifestyle should include balanced physical and mental environments, balanced physical activities and a balanced nutrition. At Altic Health Prevention, we particularly emphasize on nutrition and health.

Acidosis: Leading Cause of Most Chronic Diseases

With age the body ability to synthesize enzymes necessary to help run our physiology and metabolism the best way decreases. This situation, combined with our modern acidic diet and our unbalanced lifestyle, gradually turns our body over-acidic.

Acidosis or body over-acidity impairs our physiology, our metabolism and our immune system as well, and brings over time, as a result, most chronic diseases, such as heart failure, diabetes, osteoporosis, obesity, Candida infections, acid reflux, premature aging, arthritis, cancer.

Balanced Nutrition Includes Alkaline Diet & Nutritional Supplements

A proper alkaline diet balanced with nutritional supplements is not only the safest, but also the most inexpensive way to helping our body prevent and fight efficiently chronic diseases either by using its defense systems (this includes the immune system) alone, or with the aid of the medical prescriptions.

Alkaline Diet: What it is?


Click the following link to see an extended list of the top best alkaline foods.

Acidosis is mainly a result of today acidic diet. The foods we eat are divided into two groups: alkaline-forming foods (fruits, vegetables), and acid-producing foods (cereals, sugars, animal products). Details can be found in the Chart of Acidic and Alkaline Foods. Processed foods are generally acid-producing foods.

Keeping or restoring our body pH balance begins with an alkaline diet. This diet appears to be the proper nutrition for the human body design. With an alkaline diet our daily dietary intake of food can help balance our body pH and avoid acidosis.

Alkaline diet should consist of:
• at least 80% of alkaline-producing foods
• no more than 20% of acid-forming foods
• alkaline water

Our modern diet is unfortunately very far from that recommendation! Therefore, we should daily complete and balance our food intake with nutritional supplements selected in relation with our usual diet and our health condition.

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Alkaline Diet: Effective in Healing Age-related Diseases

Alkaline diet is a new way of living. You need to consume more vegetables and fruits, significantly less cereals, sugar and meat. It is just not an option, but a must for us to keep our body away from degenerative diseases, and live younger, healthier and longer. It has proven to be effective against arthritis, obesity, heart diseases, diabetes, acid reflux, osteoporosis, premature aging and cancer, to cite a few chronic diseases.