Your stomach acid, vinegar and lemons are all
quite acidic. Stomach acid is a combination of
compounds, not just one type of acidic compound:
hydrochloric acid, potassium chloride and
sodium chloride are combined together in the
stomach and then depending on the amount of food
in your stomach, make the acidity of your stomach
from about 1.5-3.5. Vinegar and lemon juice
each have their own compound that makes them
acidic. Vinegar has acetic acid and can have a
range of pHs depending on the type of vinegar, but
regular white vinegar is around 2.2. Lemons have
citric acid that makes them acidic and their
acidity is around 2.
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