Citric Acid in Temple Cleanse Colon Cleanser
What is citric acid?
Citric acid is the acid in citric fruits that gives them their bitter taste. Citric acid is mostly made into a powdered form and it has an acidic and sour taste. It is used as a natural preservative. It is sometimes added to different foods and soft drinks.
Where is citric acid found?
Citric acid is found in most plants and in the tissue and fluids of animals. Citric acid is also found in the citric fruits, such as oranges, tangerines, lemons and limes. Lemons and limes contain more citric acid than oranges and tangerines, and that results in their bitter taste. Some berries such as raspberries and blackberries have citric acid. Citric acid is found in the metabolism of virtually all living things.
How can citric acid benefit me?
It keeps your body in a slightly alkaline condition in order to maintain your health and protect you from illnesses.
The citric acid cycle is one of the body’s most important metabolic pathways. The main food constituents, carbohydrates, fat and some proteins, are broken down into carbon dioxide and water, releasing energy for the body’s various functions.
Citric acid makes urine less favorable for the formation of stones.
Citric acid facilitates the oxygenation process of Temple Cleanse. It metabolizes lipids (fats), carbohydrates, and proteins into carbon dioxide and water.
Citric acid’s buffering properties help regulate pH in the blood.
It is a natural degreaser, water softener, and effervescent agent.
History of citric acid?
Citric acid was discovered by a Muslim alchemist named Jabir Ibn Hayyan in the 8th century. Citric acid was first isolated by Swedish chemist Carl Wilhelm Scheele in 1784.
Reasons why people have used Citric Acid:
- Promotes efficient digestive function
- Can be used as a natural preservative in lieu of chemicals
- Facilitates energy production within cells
- Can help regulate pH in the digestive tract
- Helps prevent urinary tract infections
- Helps remove toxins from the body
- Cuts grease so helps breakdown fatty foods
- Helps prevent diarrhea and other bowel diseases
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