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Never count calories, fat grams, or portion size again!

Your body’s pH balance is the key to optimal health, weight, mental clarity, and overall vigor. Strike the right balance by nourishing your body with certain foods to create an alkaline environment, and say goodbye to low energy, poor digestion, extra pounds, aches and pains, and disease. This innovative program, proven effective over decades, works with your body chemistry to revitalize and maintain your health. Now completely revised, updated, and expanded, this classic guide includes the latest research and reveals the secrets of:

– Core nutrients: an all-new program that provides the most important components your body needs: chlorophyll from green vegetables, essential oils, alkaline water, and pure mineral salts;

– Cleansing: remove impurities and normalize digestion and metabolism with new ways to detox the body;

– Exercising right: a brand-new chapter on which alkalizing exercises help maintain the correct pH level;

– Alkaline foods: over 35 new, tempting pH-powerful recipes to help you easily balance your body using foods like tomatoes, avocados, sprouts, nuts, lemons, limes, grapefruits, and green vegetables.

Learn how to balance your life and diet with the incredible health benefits of this revolutionary program.

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  • “Dr. Young has discovered a brilliant insight to [help us] recreate our health, expand our longevity, and feel better fast!”

    Mark Victor Hansen, cocreator of the Chicken Soup for the Soul series

  • “In The pH Miracle, Dr. Young may have discovered the true key to long life and health.”

    James Redfield, New York Times bestselling author of The Celestine Prophecy

  • “Filled with sensible science in an easy-to-read format, flexible guidelines, and delicious recipes...a must-read!”

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  • “A real breakthrough! Like all good programs of true worth, this is more than a diet. Followed conscientiously, The pH Miracle delivers where it truly counts the most, not only with weight loss but with a healthier body, newfound energy, and a stronger immune system.”

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Listener Opinions

  • 4 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 5 by Deborah | 2/20/2014

    " Hey, I can eat like a vegan diabetic Mormon with a gluten allergy 80% of the time... "

  • 2 out of 52 out of 52 out of 52 out of 52 out of 5 by Rachel | 2/18/2014

    " Great info, most of which is common sense if you are at all privy to healthy eating concepts. The downside is the fact that the diet is WAY too rigid, depends on WAY too many supplements and there is WAY too much argument over what foods are alkaline and which are acidic. The fact that testing the acidity or alkalinity of a food is not an exact science leaves an excessive amount of room for error. It is easy to find so much conflicting information when you dig deeper into the the diet: some folks think fruit is acidic while others find it highly alkalizing. There just isn't enough concrete information on what to eat and what not to eat. But, in general the idea is great: eat lots of veggies, mostly leafy greens, and moderate amounts of everything else, which is a lifestyle I can definitely support. "

  • 3 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 5 by Mel | 2/17/2014

    " Its a "strict book" w/ some great ideas and awesome info on how the body works... "

  • 1 out of 51 out of 51 out of 51 out of 51 out of 5 by Sirosis | 2/9/2014

    " I'm really astounded how many people have read this book and taken it on face value. The most elementary google search reveals the guy as an irresponsible, ethically bankrupt, criminal fraud with no medical qualifications. Eating a teaspoon of bicarbonate of soda a day would give you the PH balance suggested by this book. The rest - eat healthhy - is a no brainer. The real blinding obvious fact is when you read it, he draws entirely unfounded and unscientific conclusions from things: Some people get sicker than others when exposed to airborne bacteria/viruses. Really? It's called genetics, some people are born with better immune systems than others. The same way some people are born with better teeth, bigger boobs, faster legs etc. It has very little to do with diet. Proof? The author's example is that in a plague some people in houses get sick and others don't - he puts this down to the acidity of diet. In 1918 (the period he cites) the majority of families would be eating the same diet within the family. So how can diet explain why a mother died and a father didn't, one child and not another? Please be more responsible about your beliefs people. You have access to information without precedent in history, so use it to verify things. We owe the future of our planet and humanity better than to abdure our own critical thinking to follow one manipulative guru then another. On the subject of these types of books and claims there is a very simple strategy used by authors. It hooks in to the Protestant work ethic, Catholic guilt or any other type of religious morality. Does the author ask you to do something for your health, follow some regimen - that you are likely to either fail at or do imperfectly? If so can you see how the trick is played on you? It becomes your fault the technique didn't work, you internalize the failure of the technique. Let's compare this to non-quack medicine. Antibiotics, yes they are overused and yes incorrect use has enormous repercussions BUT they work. If you miss a dose here and there or stop taking it too early you will notice that whatever bacteria it was prescribed for has been beaten down or eliminated, you'll also have thrush or other types of problems associated with absence of good bacteria. The stuff kills bacteria, there's the proof. If you exercise but then you don't for a period you'll see the difference. Miracle diets/medicines don't make equivocal claims, it's either all or nothing you cure the cancer or you don't, you feel AMAZING or you feel tired. If you don't get the good results it's because you didn't follow the extreme regimen properly. The science shows simply taking baking soda daily would achieve the PH balance this quack recommends for ALL HEALTH issues, yet that would be easy for anyone to do as a regimen. Problem is when everyone who buys your book can do that the numbers will add up and people will realize the claim is bullshit. Keep your regimen improbable and esoteric and then the people buying your book will internalize the failure rather than realizing the fraudulent claims. Hell they'll go right on to another miracle cure, hoping they won't FAIL at this one too. "

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About the Author

Robert O. Young, MS, PhD, DSc, is a world-renowned microbiologist and nutritionist who speaks to audiences around the world on health and wellness issues.