One of the most common concerns of those starting a Paleo diet is that the diet is low in calcium and our bone health will suffer. But is that accurate?
There is a myth out there that dairy foods contribute to osteoporosis by acidifying our bodies. But is this really accurate? Read on for more details.
In part two of this two-part series on the acid-alkaline myth, I am taking a look at the effect of dietary acid load on other health conditions
Some theorize that it is in our best interest to make sure we eat more alkaline foods than acid foods to protect us from modern diseases. But is this valid?
Recent research suggests that GERD may be caused by an autoimmune reaction - not stomach acid burning the esophagus.
Join us on Danny Roddy's last show as the host as we discuss several frequently asked questions about the Paleo diet.
The FDA issued a report cautioning against prolonged use of acid inhibiting drugs because they've been shown to increase the risk of infection, bone fracture and dementia.
Follow these three steps to get rid of heartburn and GERD once and for all—without drugs.
Stomach acid is critical to maintaining health and preventing illness, and low stomach acid is associated with many serious and even life-threatening conditions.