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AlkaMind Swap This For That - A NEW Food Chart!

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We are faced with so many food options every day! Becoming healthier doesn't have to be about deprivation and taking away all of your favorite foods!

 

 

Transitioning to an alkaline lifestyle is easier than you may think. By changing just a few eating habits you can make a huge difference to your health and your energy!

 

 

Focusing on small simple changes makes healthy eating more manageable and sustainable over the long term.

 

 

Swap out these acidic foods and you'll look better, feel better and slim down, too!

 

 

 

When you GET OFF YOUR ACID, your energy goes to an entire new level you haven't experienced in years, your skin begins to glow, you sleep better, your digestion improves, and those stubborn extra pounds literally melt off your body!

 

 

I'm not saying that you should always steer clear of your favorite acidic foods. Think 80/20 in favor of alkaline foods and when you can, use this chart to swap out the bad with the good.

 

 


7 comments

  • Thank you Annie for your kind words – and you are absolutely right, the parathyroid is CRUCIAL when it comes to maintaining the healthy pH in your blood of 7.365, and yes, your parathyroid is so important in that process. As the blood filters through the parathyroid glands, they detect the amount of calcium present in the blood and react by making more or less parathyroid hormone (PTH).

    This is INNATE INTELLIGENCE in action: High acid levels decrease the calcium levels in the blood, using the largest mineral bank as a very POWERFUL neutralizer of acid. When the calcium levels in the blood are too low, the cells of the parathyroids sense it and make more parathyroid hormone. Once the parathyroid hormone is released into the blood, it circulates to act in a number of places to increase the amount of calcium in the blood i.e. like removing calcium from bones. This entire process is triggered by high acid levels in the body. To prevent this, aim for a diet high in alkaline foods, like dark green veggies rich in chlorophyll, high water content salads, soups, smoothies, green drinks, healthy fats, nuts, and seeds, healthy whole grains.

    Dr. Daryl Gioffre
  • Thank you, great info that I will share!

    Vales a
  • Now that I understand the causes, alkaline versus acidic foods, I can appreciate the food choices and suggestions from my doctor !

    Thank you!

    Iony RAZANAJATOVO
  • Thanks doctor Gifford for the new chart I have already begin some of the replacements, it was very helpful and informative.

    Annette mcconnell
  • Jus want to say thanks a bunch for your advice. It’s helping my daughter (teenager) and I ’s health a great deal. Keep up the good work.

    Namina

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