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Alkalizing apple cider watermelon juice

This alkalizing apple cider watermelon juice is packed with ingredient that will help keep your body pH in check, which is essential to good health.

Did you know that your body has a pH? It’s true! Keeping your body in an alkaline state is one of the keys to preventing chronic diseases and promoting overall health. Some health experts even believe that it is harder for cancer to develop when the body is in an alkaline state, although this theory is not yet conclusive.

Let’s take a closer look at the ingredients in this alkalizing apple cider watermelon juice.

Apple cider vinegar:
Apple cider vinegar is great for stabilizing the pH of the body and keeping it from being too acidic.

Since it is a non-acidic fruit, it is perfect for this alkalizing juice.


• Juice 5 cups of ripe watermelon
• 2 tablespoons of raw honey, heated so it mixes easier
• 1/2 cup of apple cider vinegar

Make sure ingredients are organic
Enjoy this alkalizing apple cider watermelon juice!

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1. “How To Make This Vinegared Shrub, Alkalizing Tonic To Help Reduce Your Body Acidity.” Juicing for Health. Juicing for Health, 19 Jan. 2017. Web. 26 July 2017.

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