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Eat Your Way to a Balanced pH

For optimal health our bodies need to be in proper acid/alkaline (pH) balance. When our acidity levels are too high our bodies react with inflammation, illness and disease. It is essential that we try to boost our alkalinity in this case, and here are some easy ways to do so! 

💚💛💙💜 Start today to alkalize your body: 1. Start the day with a large glass of water with a whole, freshly squeezed lemon juice. While they may seem acidic lemons, they have the opposite effect on the body, since it is metabolized. 2 Eat a green salad with the lemon juice and olive oil. Green foods are some of the best sources of alkaline minerals, such as calcium. 3 Eat raw almonds, unsalted snacks. Natural almonds are full of alkaline minerals such as calcium and magnesium, that help balance the acidity, while maintaining the balance of sugar in blood. 4 Drink a milkshake of almonds and berries with green added powder such as Spirulina, chlorella, or other vegetables. 5. Do a walk or some other exercise. Exercise helps move acid waste products so that your body can kill them. 6 Breathe deeply. Ideally, choose a place that has a fresh air, rich in oxygen. 7. Go meat-free for a day, or more if desired. The option of fully or partially eliminate the meat from your diet is a healthy choice and is an act of conscience. 8 Skip sugary dessert or soda. Sugar is one of the foods we eat with more acidic. You need more than 30 vessels of neutral water only to neutralize the acidity of a can of soda. 9. Add more vegetables to your diet. No, potatoes do not count. However, sweet potatoes are a good choice (as long as you are not using them with sweeteners or butter). Asparagus, Zucchini, peppers and other vegetables are also great choices. 10. Add sprouts to your daily diet. They are very alkalizing and supercharged with nutrients and enzymes that increase energy. #alkaline #pH #healthiswealth #healthtabulous 

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