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Synonyms for alkalize

turn basic and less acidic

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"The drawback to Dutch-processed cocoa powder is that the amount of polyphenols is reduced by as much as 80 to 90 percent during the alkalizing process," says Rosenfeld.
Among the alkalizing agents, limestone is still poorly studied but has industrial applications (SUN et al., 2010) in wet flue gas desulfurization process carried out using a model limestonehydrochloric acid reaction system.
As you will see, the overall tone of the paper suggests that being acid is "bad" and being alkaline is "good." In turn, acidifying foods such as animal products and grains are "bad" and alkalizing foods such as fruit and vegetables are "good." These types of broad-based generalizations disturb me.
These waters claim to contain natural electrolytes and alkalizing compounds, among them calcium, silica, potassium, magnesium and bicarbonate, by way of their filtering method.
Chlorophyll is found in green vegetables and is a powerful phytochemical that has a very alkalizing effect on the body.
Further research shows high intakes of alkalizing minerals, including potassium and calcium, are associated with decreased stone formation.
They are also more calorie-dense and contain more potassium, alkalizing agents, B-vitamins and omega-3 fatty acids.
Sodium citrate dihydrate also finds its use as a buffering agent, alkalizing agent, emulsifying agent, or sequestering agent.
What the citric acid in lemons does is to help you make 'calcium carbonate' a potent alkalizing mineral in the body.
I tried the Ritual Reset Cleanse, which consists of four green blends, one alkalizing lemonade, and a protein-rich nut "mylk" per day.
Avoiding dietary acid loads: Excess intake of acid-producing nutrients (meat and cereal grains) in combination with low intake of alkalizing fruits and vegetables may have negative effects on musculoskeletal health.
(4) The antimicrobial action of calcium hydroxide and its ability to contain root resorption are related to this alkalizing action, which, in turn, is a consequence of its ionization into hydroxyl ions.