Before discussing the subject topic, I would like you to comment on the work by Dr Ragnar Berg, that says that up to 94% of alkaline salts are lost in vegetables during cooking, and up to 1/3 mineral content. How does this then affect the accuracy of your food tables determining acid load ?
Secondly, the kidney reabsorbs all bicarbonate including that used to buffer acids during the normal course of cellular metabolism. Theoeretical ideal urinary pH should therefore be somewhere below an ideal pH neutral dietary acid-base load i.e. somewhere below pH 7.4. Second morning urine better reflects latent acidosis and I am referring to this reading in particular. Have there been studies done to determine average bicarbonate reabsorption in pH neutral diets and what differential would result between urinary and blood pH ? Thank you, Gedas ( Naturopath ).
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