Natural Solutions for Natural Living by Susi Baumgartner N.D.
Have you had your Greens today?
Everything we eat influences our body's pH level. By consuming too many acid-forming or acidic foods, like a typical continental breakfast, white bread, hot-dogs, muffins with coffee or coke, our body is continuously fighting to neutralize the excessive acid and to retain a pH balance [which is a pH level of 7.356 on the pH scale]. Symptoms of a pH imbalance can be weight problems such as overweight and underweight, as well as other health conditions such as allergies, arthritis, acne and heart attacks.
To optimize our health and well being, the ideal balance of food and food residue in our body is 80% alkaline and 20% acidic, and is referred to as an alkaline diet, also called an acid alkaline balance diet. The theory behind this pH diet is that the pH produced by the food we eat should reflect the pH level of our bloodstream, which is approximately 7.36, and that if it does not, the pH of our bloodstream may be disrupted. Dr. Robert O. Young claims that health depends primarily on proper balance between an alkaline and acid environment - as when our bodies become too acidic, our bodies will take whatever action necessary to regulate the pH and the acid-alkaline balance of the blood. In this environment our bodies will begin to break down and show signs of disease including cancer, obesity, flu, skin disorders, osteoporosis, yeast overgrowth, etc.
Dr. Young is author of several books, e.g. 'The pH miracle' and 'The pH miracle for Diabetes'.
The logic approach to following an alkaline diet is to eat the things that are good for you - fruits and vegetables, and avoid the things that you know are not - processed foods, sugar, alcohol, tobacco, yeast, etc. Most fruits and vegetables are alkaline producing foods, as well as Green Superfoods like Wheatgrass, Barley, Alfalfa and Spirulina.
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Sacred Ancient Remedy in danger of being taken over by Nestle!!!
You may have read recently about the wonders of the humble Nigella Sativa or Black Seed Plant, which has been around for thousands of years and known as a 'cure-all' in many countries of the world. Well, now Nestle wants to get their hands on it and patent it themselves to manufacture and control the use of it, which will make it very expensive and impossible to get.
This IS so ridiculous that I had to share, and I hope that you will help me fight it by signing the petition.
sativa -- more commonly known as black seed or fennel flower -- has been used as a
cure-all remedy for over a thousand years. It treats everything from
vomiting to fevers to skin diseases, and has always been widely available in
impoverished communities across the Middle East and Asia.
now Nestlé is claiming to own it, and trying take control over the
natural cure of the cumin seed in order to turn it into a costly…
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"Efficient digestion reduces heartburn and constipation...."
Drinking a glass of lemon water first thing in the morning is an easy way to kick start your
digestive system. Squeeze lemon juice from half to one whole lemon into a litre of warm water,
or as hot as you can tolerate if you prefer to drink it like tea.
Here are some of the benefits of drinking 'Lemon Water' regularly: 1. Boosts your immune system: Lemons are high in Vitamin C and Potassium, which stimulates brain and nerve function and can also
help to control blood pressure.
2. Balances pH: Very important to create homeostasis with the acid / alkaline levels of the body! Drinking lemon water everyday helps to reduce your overall acidity levels. This is important because excess acid build up causes stress and degeneration in the system. Lemons, although they are a citrus fruit which are generally considered 'acidic', are one of the most
alkaline foods we have. Yes, lemon has citric acid but it d…