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The scientific analysis of a few drops of your blood, immediately, can show you an amazing, accurate mirror of your state of Health unavailable by any other method. The results of an improper or proper diabetes diet plan are there for you to see, real-time. And, live blood analysis gives you a way to monitor personalized therapies. What therapies can show efficacy when looking at your sample?
For our purpose, the most important therapy is the one that affects body pH.
Spring is the traditional time to cleanse your body internally, especially after the long, more sedentary winter, and less fresh foods. So, make use of the chance to get more fresh air, fresh foods, exercise, light and lots more natural tools for Health. Start by trying to get your pH Balancing program going!
What contributes to too acidic pH (pH 2 – 6)?
These are known causes of excess tissue acidity:
___ not helping your body cleanse itself by utilizing light exercise and breathing clean, fresh air and responsible, periodic, informed use of colonics
___ auto-intoxication from incomplete and / or irregular elimination – if you have bad breath, sour stomach, constipation or skin eruptions, these are signs that your channels of elimination are inefficient or breaking-down.
___ eating too many acidic foods. Highest acid foods are: grains, cow dairy, cheese, ice-cream, sodas, coffee, artificial sweeteners, beef, pheasant, lobster, pork, veal, mussels, squid, chicken, barley, corn, rye, oat bran, hazelnuts, walnuts, pecans, pistachios (also a mold source), peanuts, fried foods, soy, soy milk, green peas, carrots, chickpeas (garbanzos), peas, cranberry, pomegranate, carob, chocolate. When eating these, they must be pH balanced by alkaline foods and alkaline waters or they should not be eaten at all. To neutralize one can of soda, it requires 30 cans of water.
___ too large meals resulting in poor digestion and assimilation ability
___ wrong foods for you – food sensitivities, imbalanced diet choices
___ lack of fresh, raw plant food
___ improperly cooked foods e.g. overheated fats and oils, protein cooked above 325F
___ too much protein; too many grains; sugar and high-fructose corn syrup
___ too many acidic substances ingested, whether food or non-foods, including over-the-counter and most prescription medications, without being off-set by an alkaline life-style
___ no-nutrition and junk “foods” (especially soda pop or anything articially sweetened), fake fats
___ stress of all sorts – including not enough relaxation or sleep
___ not enough clean, pure springwater (or enough water at all)
___ incorrect breathing (using just upper chest, rather than relaxing deep, abdominal musculature)
___ a dysfunctional small intestine, as well as possible pancreatic problems
___ obesity is a definite overt indicator that you are too acidic, but thin people can be too, especially those who cannot gain weight
How can you return to healthy pH levels?
___ eat lots of a variety of fresh (organic), in season vegetables; they form the basis of your diet and should be 75% – 80% of what you eat. Listed in order of preference: dark green leafies are best, romaine lettuce, seaweeds, daikon, burdock, sweet potato, miso, kohlrabi, garlic, asparagus, ginger root, bell pepper, broccoli, organic potatoes only – including skins (no fungicide), cucumber, cilantro, okra, squashes, eggplant, rutubaga, parsnip, cabbage, cauliflower, celery, chives and leeks.
___ eat some fresh (organic) fruit – (listed in order of preference): especially melons (only eaten by themselves, 20 minutes before any other food or fruit), as well as umbeoshi plums, persimmons, pineapple, raspberry, nectarine, mango, olive, loganberry, grapefruit (if medication allows it), avocado, lime and lemon (these are alkaline inside your body, although test acid before metabolism), pear, apple, peach, papaya and grape.
___ no sugar, junk food – especially no sodas, coffee, artificial sweeteners, fake fats and margarine. Check out dandelion root “coffee”.
___ drink one cup of organic tea daily – preferably “matcha” the unheated, pure-leaf Japanese green tea (as long as your medication allows tea)
___ 64 ounces of pure spring water sipped through-out the day (more if thirsty due to hot weather or lots of exercise). Test the pH of your water using pH test strips from your pharmacy. Much municipal water is already acidic. Spring water needs to be tested, too. Make sure your water source is not naturally or communally fluoridated.
___ about 6 ounces of (organic) protein a day, max from animal sources or be a vegetarian, if your body tells you it is right for you, but don’t emphasize dairy, especially not cheese, as it is a very concentrated form of milk. Use organic, unsweetened almond milk (then sweeten it a little with stevia or agave nectar).
___ 2-3 tablespoons of good, organic oils a day. 1 tablespoon can be extra-virgin olive oil used for cooking, the rest should either be uncooked, refrigerated hemp or flax oil for salad dressing recipes or smoothies OR take Carlson’s fish oil (only this brand) or molecularly-distilled fish oil capsules, as instructed on bottle.
Any organic nuts and seeds you use can also count toward this requirement, replacing 1 or 2 tablespoons of the oils. Raw almonds are best, but you need at least one tablespoon of the omega-3 from hemp, flax or fish oils, daily. Use only raw pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds, tahini, chestnuts, cashews, organic coconut and its products are OK.
___ no fermented or pickled foods, according to Dr. Young, but I still include a little, if they are naturally-fermented products, made without the addition of vinegar. An example of this are sauerkraut, kim chee, kosher pickles (Bubbies), natto and other pickled foods made from truly traditional recipes, where time, temperature and beneficial bacteria do the work. An organic, true, slow made apple-cider vinegar (like Bragg’s or Spectrum Naturals) is allowed, by some practitioners. (Most vinegars are commercially, articificially made and are unacceptable — like Heinz.)
___ heal your small intestine: use probiotics, homostatic soil organisms. Absolutely NO yeast or yeast products.
___ detoxify your liver. Check www.liverdoctor.com
___ responsibily clean out your bowel http://products.mercola.com/new-start
___ support your pancreas. Monitor your blood sugars more carefully. Consult your physician about using: GTF chromium piccolinate (Glucose Tolerance Factor), vanadium, selenium, Gymnema sylvestris, bitter melon extract, lutein, lycopene, alpha lipoic acid
Learn more about other causes of obesity and pH Balance:
When you do these steps regularly, you will begin to see changes in your tissue pH. Just as it took years for you to reach this condition, it takes “time” to undo it. For sure, it is important to not let your children or grandchildren start the path to poor health. Get them on the right-path first, or help them get back onto it; health will return fastest to children. They will probaly not need detoxification measures; just use the other steps suggested.
Only do more with a knowledgeable pediatrician’s consent e.g. if your child has a chronic or life-threatening dis-ease or disability, get a knowledgeable team to help you the rest of the way, preferably a holistic, integrative MD or N.MD (naturopathic physician).
You can use live-blood analysis to chart your progression as another diagnostic.
In the videos above, some more microscope shots show you the difference between unhealthy blood and your healthy blood goal. It is fascinating to see, as well as helping you take real responsibility.
I wish you well on your Journey —Em
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