Plum Power

Pulver, Fred
March 2002
Macrobiotics Today;Mar/Apr2002, Vol. 42 Issue 2, p27
Academic Journal
Focuses on the relevance of umeboshi, salt-pickled sour plum, to the health of the humanity. Ability of umeboshi to restore pH balance for acidic system; Provision of Krebs cycle co-factors by salty plums; Relevance of plums to help an individual endure high temperatures and satiates thirst.


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