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Lactic Acid, Uric Acid - Muscle Cramps

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uric acid

minerals

too much

muscle

cramps

whey

vinegar

pineapple

watermelon

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[2008]

[Attendee]

Muscle cramping says lactic acid build in the muscle.

[Aajonus]

Lactic acid, uric acid, or mineral crystals. Could be three things: lactic acid, uric acid crystals, or mineral crystals.

[Attendee]

Okay. I had mentioned that I was having some of that sometimes, usually after eating. Is that correct?

[Aajonus]

It can happen right after eating because your body robs the bloodstream of a lot of nutrients to go and start filtering through the digestive tract.

[Attendee]

What's the remedy for that?

[Aajonus]

Vinegar or whey.

She asked, she has muscle cramps after eating. Now, she's on a specific diet because she's recovering from multiple cancers. So, her body is a little bit more strained with toxicity. So, when she eats, her food will leave the regular blood flow from the muscles and the rest of the body to go into the digestive tract to help her digest.

When that happens, a lot of the uric acid metabolism that we have just from moving about, you have waste products, which is lactic and uric acids and mineral crystals, and if they settle in the muscle, they can cause cramping.

To help relieve those, you can have raw unpasteurized apple cider vinegar or whey and that'll help remove that. Sometimes watermelon can do it with the high potassium, pineapple can do it, but make sure you have enough fat with the fruits, so you don't get too sugared because when you eat a lot of fruits, it causes the blood, the lymphatic and the neurological system gets sticky with advanced glycation end products. Your mind won't function as well, you'll lose clarity, you'll lose thoughts. You'll lose train of thoughts.

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