I'm going through some serious re-evaluation. You see, I'm getting queries from people about what food is alkaline, and what's not - as usual. After all, I wrote a book on it.
But I'm beginning to see that there is so much more to the alkaline diet. Take an orange. By accepted alkaline theory, an orange is 'alkaline' meaning that after it has been metabolised or 'burnt up' by our bodies in conversion of food to energy, there are more alkaline minerals left than acid. So far so good.. and I'm sure most of you would agree.
But what if the eater of the orangee is, like most of us, already