pH weight loss which is . . . elimination of water retention, happens with unhealthy diet

pH weight loss is caused by unhealthy diet, and what is unhealthy diet?

Realise that, sodium chloride, also known as common salt, and table salt is commonly used as a preservative for food and a flavour enhancer.

Some drugs also contain high amounts of sodium

In today's fast pace world, the convenience of packaged food, most of them contain high level of sodium.

If you’re having problems with water retention, lowering overall sodium intake is one of the best methods for reducing water weight.

Look for low sodium varieties of foods, especially canned foods and prepared meals.

An increase in sodium in the diet ( mainly salt intake ), causes water-retention which increase body's water weight by many pounds (lbs).

Water weight loss are elimination of a combination of stored-fats and fluid retention.

Heart, liver, or thyroid malfunctions can also play a role in water retention.

And, of course, eating too many salty foods can turn your body into a water-storage tank.

Water weight loss can be acheive by drinking more water. This stops the process of the body having to conserved water to keep the body hydrated

"Are you kidding?!" "More than eight glasses a day?" when you're overweight?

Thinking of losing weight?

Forget counting calories, fat grams, and cholesterol.

The single most important health measurement is the pH of your body

Weight loss is not about fat grams, cholesterol, carbs, or calories.

It’s all about acid.

Reaching your ideal weight is simply a matter of maintaining the delicate pH balance of the blood

Drinking water may also seem like too simple a recommendation to help you lose weight... most of us take it for granted

If the goal is for pH weight loss and an enhanced level of health you must drink more than the eight 8oz of water for daily needs.

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