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  1. “Effects of oral alkali supplementation on progression of chronic kidney disease,” Gaggi M et. al. Current Hypertension Reviews, 2014

 

  1. “Varagunam M, Raftery MJ. Bicarbonate Supplementation Slows Progression of CKD and Improves Nutritional Status,” de Brito-Ashurst I et. al. Journal of the American Society of Nephrology, Sept 2009

 

  1. “The Role of Dietary Acid Load and Mild Metabolic Acidosis in Insulin Resistance in Humans,” Rebecca S Williams, Pinar Kozan, Dorit Samocha-Bonet. Biochemie, May 2016

 

  1. “ Dietary acid load and risk of type 2 diabetes: the E3N-EPIC cohort study,” Guy Fagherazzi et al. Diabetologia, February 2014

 

  1. “Diet-Induced Low-Grade Metabolic Acidosis and Clinical Outcomes: A Review,”RA Carnauaba et al. Nutrients Journal, May 2017

 

  1. “The balance of the evidence on acid–base homeostasis and progression of chronic kidney disease,” Julia Scialla. Kidney International. May 2015

 

  1. “Alkaline diets favor lean tissue mass in older adults,” Bess Dawson- Hughes, Susan S Harris, Lisa Ceglia. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, March 2008

 

  1. “Examining the relationship between diet-induced acidosis and cancer,” Ian Forest Robey. Nutrition & Metabolism, August 2012.

 

  1. “Partial neutralization of the acidogenic Western diet with potassium citrate increases bone mass in postmenopausal women with osteopenia,” S Jehle, Journal of American Society of Nephrology. November 2006

 

  1. “Examining the relationship between diet-induced acidosis and cancer,” Ian Forest Robey. Nutrition & Metabolism, August 2012.

 

  1. “Cardiovascular consequences of cortisol excess,” Judith A. Whitowort et. al. Vascular Health Risk Management, December 2005

 

  1. “Acid-based imbalance and the skeleton,” Bushinsky DA. European Journal of Nutrition, October 2001

 

  1. “Reducing the Dietary Acid Load: How a More Alkaline Diet Benefits Patients With Chronic Kidney Disease,” Caroline Passey. Journal of Renal Nutrition, May 2017

 

  1. “Chronic Disease and Wellness in America: Measuring the Economic Burden of a Changing Nation,” Anusuya Chatterjee, et. al. Milken Institute, January 2014.

 

  1. “Obesity Update,” OECD, 2014

 

  1. “National Diabetes Statistics Report, 2017: Estimates of Diabetes and Its Burden in the Unites States,” Centers for Disease Control, July 2017.

 

  1. “Association of dietary, circulating, and supplement fatty acids with coronary risk: a systematic review and meta-analysis,” R Chowndry, et. al. Annals of Internal Medicine, March 2014.

 

  1. “Non-celia gluten sensitivity triggers gut dysbiosis, neuroinflammation, gut-brain axis dysfunction, and vulnerability for demential,” Daulatzia MA.
  2. CNS & Neurological Disorders Drug Targets, 2015

 

  1. “Gluten-free diet reduces adiposity, inflammation and insulin resistance associated with the induction of PPAR-alpha and PPAR-gamma expression,” Soares FL et. al. Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry, June 2013

 

  1. “The Dietary Intake of Wheat and other Cereal Grains and Their Role in Inflammation,” Karin de Punder, Leo Pruimboom. Nutrients, March 2013

 

  1. “Gliadin Induces an Increase in Intestinal Permeability and Zonulin Release by Binding to the Chemokine Receptor CXCR3,” Karen M. Lammers et. al. Gastroenterology, July 2008

 

  1. “Eating ourselves to death (and despair): The contribution of adiposity and inflammation to depression,” Richard C. Shelton, Andrew H. Miller.

 

  1. Progress in Neurobiology, August 2010. “Cancer is a Preventable Disease that Requires Major Lifestyle Changes,”

 

  1. Preetha Anaud. Pharmaceutical Research, September 2008 “Simple Steps to Preventing Diabetes,” Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health’s The Nutrition Source.

 

  1. “200,000 Heart Disease, Stroke Deaths a Year Are Preventable,” Howard LeWine. Harvard Health Publishing, September 2013

 

  1. “Preventing Stroke: Healthy Living,” Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Health Promotion, January 2017.

 

  1. “Prevention and Risk of Alzheimer’s and Dementia,” Alzheimer’s Association Research Center, 2018

 

  1. “High dietary acid load is associated with risk of breast cancer: findings from the Sister Study,” Yong-Moon Park et. al. The FASEB Journal, April 2017

 

  1. “Association between the markers of metabolic acid load and higher all-cause and cardiovascular mortality in a general population with preserved renal function,” Park M. et. al. Journal of Hypertension Research, March 2015

 

  1. “Consumption of fruits and vegetables and risk of renal cell carcinoma: a meta-analysis of observational studies,” Zhang S. et. al. Oncotarget, April 2017

 

  1. “Buffer therapy for cancer,” Ribelro MD et. al. Journal of Nutrional and Food Sciences, April 2012

 

  1. “Association between the markers of metabolic acid load and higher all-cause and cardiovascular mortality in a general population with preserved renal function,” Park M. Hypertension Research, March 2015

 

  1. “Acidosis Downregulates Leptin Production from Cultured Adipocytes through a Glucose Transport-Dependent Post-transcriptional Mechanism,” Daniel Teta et. al. Journal of the American Society of Nephrology, June 2003

 

  1. “Metabolic acidosis lowers circulating adiponectin through inhibition of adiponectin gene transcription,” Disthabanchong S. et. al. Nephrology Dialysis Transplantation July 2010

 

  1. “Effect of chronic metabolic acidosis on thyroid hormone homeostasis in humans,” Brungger M, Hulter HN, Kraft R. American Journal of Physiology, May 1997

 

  1. “Alkaline Mineral Supplementation Decreases Pain in Rheumatoid Arthritis Patients: A Pilot Study,” Regina Maria Cseuz, Istvan Barna, Tamas Bender and Jürgen Vormann. The Open Nutrition Journal, February 2008

 

  1. “Does correction of metabolic acidosis slow chronic kidney disease progression?,” Goraya N, Wesson DE. Current Opinion in Nephrology & Hypertension March 2013

 

  1. “Dietary Acid Load and Metabolic Acidosis in Renal Transplant Recipients,” Van den Berg, E. Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology. November 2012

 

  1. “Diet-induced metabolic acidosis,” Adeva MM, Souto G. Clinical Nutrition. August 2011

 

  1. “Acid–base balance may influence risk for insulin resistance syndrome by modulating cortisol output,” McCarty MF. Medical Hypotheses. February 2005

 

  1. “Potential Benefits of pH 8.8 Alkaline Drinking Water as an Adjunct in the Treatment of Reflux Disease,” Koufman JA, Annuls Otol Rhinol Laryngol. July 2012

 

  1. “Effect of urine pH changed by dietary intervention on uric acid clearance mechanism of pH-dependent excretion of urinary uric acid,” Kanbara A, Yoshisuke M, Hyogo H, Chayama K, Seyama I. Nutrition Journal, October 2012

 

  1. “Inflammatory Markers Associated With Subclinical Coronary Artery Disease: The Multicenter AIDS Cohort Study,” Bahrami H et. al. Journal of the American Heart Association, June 2016

 

  1. “Obesity, Inflammation, and Insulin Resistance – A Mini-Review,” Maximilian Zeyda Thomas M. Stulnig. Gerontology, April 2009

 

  1. “Peripheral inflammation and cognitive aging,” Lim A. Modern Trends Pharmacopsychiatry, February 2013

 

  1. “Renal handling of NH4+ in relation to the control of acid-base balance by the kidney,” Zarim Z. et. al. Journal fo Nephrology, March 2002

 

  1. “Diet-induced acidosis: is it real and clinically relevant?” Pizzorno J. The British Journal of Nutrition, December 2009 “Estimation of the net acid load of the diet of ancestral preagricultural Homo sapiens and their hominid ancestors,” Sebastian A. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, December 2002

 

  1. “Defining Powerhouse Fruits and Vegetables: A Nutrient Density Approach,” Di Noia J. Preventing Chronic Disease, 2014

 

  1. “The Alkaline Diet: Is There Evidence That an Alkaline pH Diet Benefits Health?” Gerry K. Schwalfenberg. Journal of Environmental and Public Health, 2012

 

  1. “The Role of Fructose in Type 2 Diabetes and Other Metabolic Diseases,” Bernadine Ruiza G Ang, Gracia Fe Yu. Journal of Nutrition & Food Science, January 2018

 

  1. “Added Fructose,” James J. DiNicolantonio, James H. O’Keefe, Sean C. Lucan. Mayo Clinic Proceedings, March 2015

 

  1. “Calcium absorption from kale,”. Heaney RP, Weaver CM. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, January 1990

 

  1. “Milk, dietary calcium, and bone fractures in women: a 12-year prospective study,” Feskanich D. et. al. American Journal of Public Health, June 1997

 

  1. “Vitamin d, calcium, and dairy intakes and stress fractures among female adolescents,” KR Sonneville et al. Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine, July 2012

 

  1. “A Comparison of Alkaline Water and Mediterranean Diet vs Proton Pump Inhibition for Treatment of Laryngopharyngeal Reflux,” Zalvan CH et al. JAMA, October 2017

 

  1. “Change in dietary saturated fat intake is correlated with change in mass of large low-density-lipoprotein particles in men,” D M Dreon H A Fernstrom H Campos P Blanche P T Williams R M Krauss. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, June 1998.

 

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