Does yeast grow in acid or alkaline conditions?

Answer On One Hand: In Acid ConditionsDr. Robert Young, a researcher in the study of yeast and molds and their impact on human health, writes that over-acidity results in yeast (Candida) overgrowth. Conse... Read More »

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Does Xylitol turn acid to alkaline?

Xylitol does not directly turn acid to alkaline. Rather, it creates a more alkaline environment that balances the pH of the mouth and makes it inhospitable to the acidic bacteria that cause dental ... Read More »

Does boric acid treatment for vaginal yeast kill all the good bacteria as well?

Tink is right that you might have a sensitivity, it might be Candida, or something else and you may want to get a test to verify what it is... but to actually answer your question, yes, Boric Acid ... Read More »

Is rice acid or alkaline?

All rice, including brown and refined white, is acidic. In fact, according to the authors of "The Acid-Alkaline Food Guide," all carbohydrates, including whole grains, are highly acid-forming, as a... Read More »

Are potatoes acid or alkaline?

Potatoes are considered to be an acid food. However, the skins of a regular baking potato are alkaline. It is believed that the skin is the healthiest part of a potato, so as long as it has been sc... Read More »