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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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Citraturic, alkalinizing and antioxidative effects of limeade-based regimen in nephrolithiasis patients.
Its mode of action is different from alkalinizing agents such as antacids or histamine-2 receptor blockers and also proton pump inhibitors.
There is a long history of reversing cancer simply by alkalinizing the body.
Total doses of anthracycline and alkalinizing agents given to the patients with a diagnosis of Hodgkin lymphoma were calculated.
The MgO (alkalinizing agent) was mixed with a commercial concentrate (MAXI-TECH 16.
Diets high in protein and low in fruits and vegetables result in mild "acidosis" with aging because protein metabolism releases acids into the bloodstream in amounts that override the alkalinizing effect of bicarbonate in plant foods.
The antimicrobial activity and capacity to limit root resorption are related to the alkalinizing action of calcium hydroxide, which in turn is a consequence of its ionization into hydroxyl ions.
By alkalinizing the local environment, it enables more lidocaine (a weak base) or other similar local anesthetic to exist in an uncharged form.
Anyone with cancer should strive to eat a diet that's alkalinizing. This means eating plenty of fruits and vegetables.
Thus, ingestion of alkalinizing agents mentioned above by increasing the extracellular pH may create a favourable pH gradient for efflux of intracellular lactate and [H.sup.+] from contracting muscle cells.