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Sep 03

This process means that the source of good health is within us. The truth of this hit home when I suffered a stroke which affected my left middle cerebral artery, changing my life dramatically. The speech center of my brain was damaged, causing my speech to sound like gibberish. I could not process or understand what others said to me, and I experienced a delay in responding. The entire right side of my body was affected. I also suffered from atrial fibrillation… I began taking two capsules of stem cell nutrition every four hours, and within a day, I began to climb out of the pit of despair. Soon, I felt like my old self again. Tests showed a lessening of my depression and an appreciable improvement in my short term memory.
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7 Low-Acid Foods to Add to Your Reflux Diet – GERD Center – Everyday Health

So if your doctor suggests you try a low-acid lifestyle, heres where to start. Read up on the low-acid diet staples that may bring GERD relief, along with some other health perks. Bananas 3 image Bananas are generally considered to be alkaline in nature and not acidic, says Patrick Takahashi, MD, a gastroenterologist at St. Vincent Medical Center in Los Angeles. They are a good source of fiber and vitamin B6, and help with maintaining potassium, which is good for your heart and bones in general. Raw bananas are probably the best source of nutrients. You can eat them at any time, for a snack or with a meal. In some low-acid baking recipes, you can mash them up as a substitute for a fat component. Skinless Chicken 4 image Skinless chicken makes a great low-acid diet staple. High in protein, a 4-ounce portion provides two-thirds of the recommended daily amount.
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