Posts Tagged ‘rflx0mg’

Even a Little Alcohol Can Harm Your Health, Research Shows – The New York Times

January 24, 2023

Note that the article didn’t mention the connection between alcohol, stomach acid, GERD & esophageal cancer. Isn’t this another negative of alcohol besides its relationship to DNA damage?

Does coffee increase cancer risk? | Interviews | Naked Scientists

September 16, 2022

Liked the discussion of the paper by @stevesphd on Coffee Consumption
& Cancer Risk ( However, I was surprised that the elevation of stomach acid & GERD from caffeine was not mentioned as a potential reason for the association with esophageal cancer.


Coffee consumption and cancer risk: a Mendelian randomisation study

Paul Carter
Shuai Yuan
Siddhartha Kar
Amy M. Mason
Stephen Burgess
Susanna C. Larsson

Published: August 24, 2022


Is Seltzer Water Just as Healthy as Flat Water? – The New York Times

August 3, 2022

GERD-safe Salad and Dressing Recipes from Dr. Gourmet

June 5, 2022

Heartburn Drug Zantac Returns to Market With New Formula – GoodRx

August 29, 2021

The Alkaline Diet: An Evidence-Based Review

January 25, 2020

List of Natural Alkaline Drinks

January 25, 2020

Do You Know If Milk Is an Acid or a Base?

January 25, 2020

It’s easy to get confused about whether milk is an acid or a base, especially when you consider that some people drink milk or take calcium to treat an acidic stomach. Actually, milk has a pH of around 6.5 to 6.7, which makes it slightly acidic. Some sources cite milk as being neutral since it is so close to the neutral pH of 7.0. However, milk contains lactic acid, which is a hydrogen donor or proton donor. If you test milk with litmus paper, you’ll get a neutral to a slightly acidic response.

pH Of Yogurt – Is It Basic Or Acidic? – Discover Food Tech

January 25, 2020
Generally, the pH of yogurt is in the range of 4-4.6, averagely 4.4. “}}

What Is the pH of Lemon Juice?

January 25, 2020

Lemons are extremely acidic. Any chemical with a pH less than 7 is considered acidic. Lemon juice has a pH of around 2.0, ranging between 2 and 3. To put that in perspective, the pH of battery acid (sulfuric acid) is 1.0, while the pH of an apple is about 3.0. Vinegar (a weak acetic acid) has a pH comparable to lemon juice, around 2.2. The pH of soda is about 2.5.