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From: Anne Osborne (58.7.45.223)
Subject:         Re: OJ and calcium deficiency?
Date: February 7, 2015 at 3:57 pm PST

In Reply to: OJ and calcium deficiency? posted by Joe on February 4, 2015 at 10:47 pm:

Dear Joe,
Although OJ is acidic in its pH, and the acidity of
the pH will vary depending on the variety and
ripeness of the Oranges; for fresh squeezed OJ,
there will be an alkaline effect in the body.

This is because the elements in fresh Orange juice
are predominately alkaline elements, and will leave
an alkaline ash in the body after combustion.

I recently went on an extended OJ diet where I was
having more than 70 oz of OJ on some days, and my
urine was always testing alkaline, with a pH of 8.

In my opinion, it is those foods, which may not
have an acidic pH such as grains and animal flesh,
but have predominately acid residue elements in
them that will cause Calcium and other alkaline
elements to be pulled from the body.

Wishing you a very Lovely Day
Love and Peaches,
from Anne XX.

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