Say it with me — “alkalinity … alkalinity,,,”
Start the day with a cleansing meal unless you are doing the #ketogencdiet.
???? Instead, opt for a keto green smoothie or a green juice.
In detox school plus the work of @medicalmedium, suggests getting your glucose from these natural sugars.
I learned to cleanse my lymphatic system.
I got my body to a point where I could actually have fruit. Sounds crazy but the fruit is so cleansing that when the body is sick, it cannot even handle the bounty.
Next step for me was PH balancing. ????
Alkalinity and pH Testing ????
One of the major downfalls of a poor diet filled with too many acidic foods, such as dairy, eggs, processed foods, and grains, is that it can cause your body to become acidic. This results in mineral loss and creates the perfect atmosphere for leaky gut and inflammation.
Eating a diet rich in alkaline foods—such as fresh fruits and vegetables, nuts, seeds — will keep your body at a 6.5-7 on the pH scale and therefore, keep your cells and tissues healthy and reduce inflammation.
Get strips here: http://phmiracleliving.com/Articl…/2006-10-28-TestingpH.html
Step 1: Buy pH test strips and a notebook at the health store, pharmacy or online.
They cost about $15.00 USD. If you can’t find them and an associate isn’t familiar with them, call them litmus paper. Usually, they are white plastic strips or yellow paper tape. You can hold these strips in your urine to measure the pH of your urine. The yellow tape is more economical.
You can also order them online at www.phmiraleliving.com or www.ph-ion.com, among others.
Also, buy a journal to document your pH readings. Write down the pH of your urine throughout the program.
Step 2: Get ready to test.
If you have a plastic strip, take out one. If you have yellow paper tape, break off a 2-3-inch piece.
Step 3: Do the first test.
Test your urine. You need to pee on the pH test strip. The color will change. Compare this color with the color of the pH on the test strip box. Read the pH number.
Step 4: Write down the pH number.
Write down the pH number, the date and time.
Step 5: Test daily.
You may notice that every time you go the bathroom, the pH number is different. When you’re healthy, the number will always be around 7.3 or even up to 8 just after eating. The first urine of the day is usually the lowest.
Check your urine upon waking and 2 hours after you have eaten for at least two weeks.
Step 6: Understand the results.
If the pH of your urine is mostly around 7.3, that’s fantastic. If the pH of your urine is lower, especially if it’s below 6.5, this means you don’t have sufficient alkaline reserves to buffer acids. You are short in minerals such as sodium, potassium, magnesium, and calcium.
Let’s have some PH fun.
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