PRAL Timeline: Proof Of Concept Years

Proof of Concept

Proof Of Concept Years is first in my series, Potential Renal Acid Load Timeline. So this timeline follows published food research showing how Remer and Manz developed PRAL.

In future PRAL timelines, you will see how PRAL has become the world standard for measuring Alkaline Diets. Then you will see how useful PRAL is for many diseases. Because it can be used as an assessment tool during diagnosis. Also, PRAL can help measure treatment progress where diet is strongly linked to a disease.

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Acid-Alkaline Legumes and Legume Products Food Chart

Acid-Alkaline Legumes: Beans, Lentils, & Chickpeas photo

Please see my explanation of the values for acid-alkaline Legumes and Legume Products food chart, and related charts, in my Basic Acid Alkaline Food Chart Introduction.

I’ve started this food diary project with these acid-alkaline foods charts, and I will soon add many more features and benefits. I will provide you with your personal online food diary. These charts are basic, but the finished project will be rich with many features that allow you to manage your diet. I have many ideas for turning this basic information into an interactive service to help you plan your diet, but I also want your ideas. Your feedback will help me build this project quickly to provide you with better nutrition management tools.

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PRAL Alkaline Snacks Food Chart

Salty Snacks photo

Please see my explanation of the values for this acid-alkaline Snacks Products food chart, and related charts, in my Basic PRAL Alkaline Food Chart Introduction.

I’ve started this food diary project with these acid-alkaline foods charts, and I will soon add many more features and benefits. I will provide you with your personal online food diary. These charts are basic, but the finished project will be rich with many features that allow you to manage your diet. I have many ideas for turning this basic information into an interactive service to help you plan your diet, but I also want your ideas. Your feedback will help me build this project quickly to provide you with better nutrition management tools.

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Acid-Alkaline Spices and Herbs Food Chart

Herbs & Spices photo

Acid-Alkaline Spices and Herbs Food Chart is a list of acid or alkaline values for common herbs and spices. I explain the values for this food chart, and related charts, in my Basic Acid Alkaline Food Chart Introduction.

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Acid-Alkaline Oils and Fats Food Nutrition Chart

Mediterranean Olive Oil Acid or Alkaline?

I explain the values for this acid-alkaline oils and fats food chart in my Basic Acid Alkaline Food Chart Introduction.

If you have any questions about this information or any suggestions for improvements, please add your comments below. I’ve used your feedback to produce an improved Alkaline Oils List, but you can still help me improve even more.

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Acid-Alkaline Dairy and Egg Products Food Chart

Dairy and Eggs photo

I explain the values for this acid-alkaline dairy and egg food chart in my Basic Acid Alkaline Food Chart Introduction.

I’ve used these acid-alkaline foods charts to introduce this food diary project, which will soon have many more features and benefits. I will provide you with your, personal online food diary. These charts are basic, but the finished project will be rich with many features that allow you to manage your diet. I have many ideas for turning this basic information into an interactive service to help you plan your diet, but I also want your ideas. Your feedback will help me build this project quickly to provide you with better nutrition management tools.

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Alkaline Food Charts: Your Introduction to PRAL

Acid-Alkaline Food Charts Choices

This introduction to my basic acid alkaline food charts describes how they are structured. It also acts as an index to the charts, which are organized by USDA nutrition food groups.

This is the first set of charts to use PRAL Scores to rank foods by acid or alkaline effect. Later charts have more features and focus on popular foods.

Why Use PRAL Alkaline Food Charts?

Alkalizing your body (which essentially means ensuring your urine is alkaline) has many health benefits, though not as many as some merchants claim. Taking baking soda (sodium bicarbonate) works for many health problems. Unfortunately, it can raise blood pressure, so an alternative is better.

This is where increasing your pH level through food comes in. There is a lot of information on the Internet about alkalizing diets and acid-alkaline balance. Much of this is confusing and sometimes contradictory.

First of all, the effect of food on the body is nothing to do with the pH of the food itself. The important measurement is how the food changes the pH of your body after it has been digested. Often sour foods like lemon juice will actually raise pH after digestion, making the body more alkaline.

Secondly, alkalizing the body with food does not mean that you must stop eating lots of different foods. The opposite is true. You must eat a wide variety of food, choosing acidifying foods as well as alkalizing ones, which, in total, have an overall alkalizing effect.

Other PRAL Alkaline Food Factors

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