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alkalize

alkalize

, alkalinize (al′kă-līz″) (-lĭ-nīz″)
To make alkaline.
alkalinization (al″kă-lin″ĭ-zā′shŏn) alkalization (al″kă-lĭ-zā′shŏn)
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The formula targets gastrointestinal health by contributing to the alkalizing effects of a diet high in fruits and vegetables.
Other products in the Greens supplement line include Greens On The Go and the original Greens alkalizing drink powder.
For example, while foods like lemons and other citrus fruits are acidic, they actually have an alkalizing effect on the body.
Hawaiian spirulina, which is a nutrient-dense superfood packed with a variety of proteins, as well as a host of alkalizing minerals, and a range of potent antioxidant compounds.
8,137,414 B2 covers an aqueous composition for hair that comprises at least one alkalizing agent and a cationic polymer consisting of a copolymer of vinylpyrrolidone and vinylimidazole and a homopolymer of dimethy1 dially ammonium chloride.
Two ingredients, Cesium chloride and rubidium chloride, are alkalizing minerals that-- when combined with potassium-- raises cells' pH and oxygen content to a more alkaline, disease-resistant state.
The highly alkalizing and metabolism-boosting Ginger Lemonade variety contains alkaline water to carry oxygen to cells and regulate pH levels; lemon for vitamin C and flavonoid compounds; raw agave to provide trace minerals and natural sweetness; ginger to boost the immune system; and turmeric to stimulate the metabolism, decrease inflammation and flush toxins from the body.
Founder of MacroLife Naturals, Sylvia Ortiz, has dedicated her life to developing pH balanced dietary supplements; her Macro Greens surpasses 5 servings of alkalizing vegetables / fruits.
Winick say a person can keep the body's decay-causing bacteria in check by eating a diet rich in alkalizing fruits and vegetables.
The first step entails applying to dark hair an alkalizing composition combined with an aqueous oxidizing agent for an amount of time sufficient to lighten the hair up to or greater than two levels more than the base hair color shade.
There will be described for the first time a mechanism for destroying cancer cells by intravenous injection of alkalizing agents, including sodium bicarbonate.