Four easy steps to your Acid-Alkaline Breakthrough (and alkalising cucumber rolls)

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PLEASE NOTE: Acid Alkaline Breakthrough course has ended and will be available to you as a downloadable product from 28th September 2012. Check out the insane 28 DAYS OF ALKALISING GIVE-AWAYS kicking off 10th September>>

As you know we are gearing up to start our 28 Days towards Acid-Alkaline Breakthrough shortly, many of you have already registered to be on the program and many of you are so keen to get going already (“Right Now!!”), that I wanted to share a few small and MAJOR tips on how you can start de-acidifying and creating a more alkaline environment within your body right away.

If this is still sounding like alien language to you, I suggest you start by reading the introduction to what PH Balance is all about and what the consequences of being too acidic are, here>>

Four easy steps to your Acid-Alkaline Breakthrough

1. Go Green
The number one, biggest, most major, huge, massive, undeniably important thing to do is start consuming loads of greens. By greens, I of course mean the usual spinach, kale, rocket, wheatgrass, watercress, arugula, and lettuce varieties. But don’t forget the herbs- parsley, dill, coriander, milk thistle, nettle, and fennel. And especially superfoods, like barley grass, blue-green algae, spirulina, and chlorella. The power of greens is very well researched and proven to effectively detoxify the body, immunise your system, provide you with energy (saved on breaking down the food and digesting it), heal, build blood and increase oxygen carrying ability as well and iron content, in other words- Alkalise.

2. Follow the 20/40 rule
That is- no liquids for at least 20 minutes before meals and no liquids for at least 40 minutes after meals. Do not ever mix food with even water, as your body has all the relevant acids (in saliva, stomach and gut) to break down all the food you have. By flushing it down with a drink (yes, even water), you are diluting the delicate digestive juices and making them ineffective. This may explain bloating, as the food sits there soaking in with the drink, not stirring or budging and confusing the body on what to even do with it.

3. Eat highly alkalising foods
Greens(!!), fruits, vegetables and some nuts are the answer to the most alkalising foods. But it is also useful to know what foods are at the top of the scale and equally important- what foods are at the bottom of the scale. In the Acid-Alkaline Breakthrough program, I will send you a fully comprehensive chart, that you can print and pin up in your kitchen to use as a truly useful guide, but for now know that cucumber, avocado and radish are amongst the most alkalising foods, while pork, tuna and alcohol are amongst the most acid foods.

4. Remember to breathe
Acidic environment is all about the lack of oxygen (i.e. disease) and alkaline environment is all about oxidisation (i.e. health). According to Master Herbalist Kai Seller’ intensive research into human physiology, there is absolutely no mechanism that can turn the blood as acidic or alkaline as the way you breathe. Shallow breaths do not let in much oxygen and therefore make you very acid and sick quickly, while the act of taking in long deep breaths and slowly breathing out carbon dioxide, alkalises the blood. I’ve been doing this on a regular basis all the while checking my PH levels and I can tell you, I have not seen anything else yet that has as much effect to my results as breathing this way.

The Acid-Alkaline Breakthrough program launches 28th September 2012…. 

I will take you through all the necessary steps to determine your acidity levels and start [by gently] de-acidifying your system with certain simple pointers, going onto incorporating more and more alkalising recipes into your lifestyle, to step-by-step way you can cleanse your system (you’ll determine the length of your cleanse with a quiz I’ll have for you). Register for the give-away challenge here to learn more>>

Get going right away with a special recipe:

Alkalising Cucumber Guacamole Rolls

For the essentials
Toothpicks
Mandolin
Food processor

For the rolls
1 large cucumber
1 cup almonds, soaked overnight
1 avocado, meat only
juice of 1 lemon
bunch of parsley
pinch Himalayan salt

Slice the cucumber into thin long strips with a mandolin, by laying it on its side
Transfer all the ingredients, apart from cucumber, into a food processor and process until combined to a desired consistency [Note for me this was slightly chunky almonds and smooth avocado; you may prefer the entire mixture to be more of a paste, so process for longer]Lay cucumber strips down, one at a time, spoon the guacamole mixture onto the strip about an inch from an edge, making sure it doesn’t fall out of the sides, lift off the short edge, bending it over the guacamole mixture and start rolling
Use a toothpick as a pin to hold each roll together
Serve chilled or right away- either way it’s so yummy!

Enter 28 Days of Alkalising Give-Aways NOW>>

Comments

  1. says

    I haven’t checked in here for some time as I thought it was getting boring, but the last few posts are good quality so I guess I will add you back to my everyday bloglist. You deserve it my friend

  2. says

    regarding drinking water:

    http://whfoods.org/genpage.php?tname=dailytip&dbid=120

    “Yes, it’s okay to drink water along with a meal. Most of the Internet discussion I’ve seen about water drinking along with a meal has focused on the issue of stomach acid, and whether the very acidic fluid in our stomach becomes too diluted (insufficiently acidic) when we drink water along with a meal.

    There is a reasonable amount of scientific research in this area, most coming from hospital settings where researchers measured stomach acid levels in patients who either fasted and were given drinking water, or given drinking water along with a meal either before or after a surgery. While it’s not normal to be staying in a hospital or to be dealing with a health problem like a surgery, it’s still helpful to have high-quality studies that measure stomach acid changes in a carefully controlled way. The evidence from all of these studies suggests that stomach pH is not significantly altered by water drinking, even when a person consumes the water following an overnight fast. The amount of water consumed by patients in these studies varied, but typically fell into the 5-10 ounce range.

  3. says

    Wow this looks so yummy! I love all the ingredients that you include in your recipe especially the greens ones! I’ve been wanting to try an ingredient that will include chlorella as part of it and I’m so glad that you shared this one! Best thing here is that your recipe also includes avocado which is my most favorite fruit. Yay, can’t wait to try this!

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