Almonds are full of alkaline minerals like calcium and magnesium. They are also packed with good fats and are slightly sweet, making a nutritious and satisfying snack. Grab a handful!
What will you feel like when you drink alkaline water?
From my personal experience, my body needed some time to adjust when I first tried drinking alkaline water on a regular basis. I remember I would drink a large glass before bed and my stomach would gurgle and I’d feel very lethargic. Then after a few days, my system became accustomed to it, and I began to notice the following:
Relief from acid reflux
I’ve suffered from acid reflux for years. It became so uncomfortable, I went to see a doctor. I had an endoscopy and she discovered I had a hiatal hernia and an ulcer. I took PPI’s to allow the ulcer to heal, but the hernia still allowed stomach enzymes and acid into my oesophageus so I had to continue the medication.
Now that I drink alkaline water between meals, my GERD has all but disappeared, and only acts up when I’ve overindulged in trigger foods like coffee, wine, and fatty meats. I’ve stopped the daily medication and only take over the counter antacids for the occasional times I veer off my alkaline diet.
Since drinking alkaline water, I notice my mouth feels cleaner throughout the day. My gums are pink, my teeth feel smooth, and my breath is fresher.
My eyes used to sometimes look dull or bloodshot when I was tired, but now that I drink alkaline water the sclera (the white part) is always clear, bright white.
I’m not sure what the reason this for is, but I sleep deeper and better since I began drinking alkaline water.
Faster fitness recovery
I’ve always maintained a rather demanding workout routine. I would suffer regular soreness and stiffness whenever I overdid it. Now that I drink alkaline water, I don’t feel the lactic acid build-up and DOMS the next day like I used to.
Reduced PMS symptoms
I noticed greatly reduced bloating, moodiness, and pain. This was a pleasant surprise!
I lost over five pounds since I began drinking alkaline water, and I haven’t changed my diet at all. In fact, I’ve been indulging in some acidic foods like wine, chocolate, and bread. I’m not sure how it happened. I think some of it was water weight, because when I first began drinking alkaline water I would urinate a lot. Now I’m maintaining an average five pounds less without any extra effort!
These were my personal experiences and I am thrilled with the results. No wonder movie stars and celebrities drink alkaline water for health and beauty.
Alkaline water will affect everyone differently, but I highly recommend trying it to see what it can do for you.
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You don’t have to always deprive yourself. Follow the 80/20 rule––80% alkaline foods and 20% acidic.
A quick Q & A from Dr. Simone Laubscher: what is your philosophy to eating?
“My philosophy is all about balance and the 80:20 rule so you keep weekdays clean and more alkaline and have a little fun on the weekends. I’m not a big fan of dairy or gluten for my patients and I usually suggest no carbs after 5pm so that patients wake up feeling more energised. Pescatarian is the way live but I rotate in 31 other organic proteins for other patients depending on their digestive systems.” – Dr. Simone Laubscher, PhD, WelleCo Nutritional Expert
Alkaline food and water are especially important for those who run or train. Alkalising the body removes toxins created by physical activity and helps athletic people recover faster.
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This morning I came across an interesting article titled “Why you Should Drink Warm Water and Lemon.” Well when I wake up in the morning I go straight for 32 ounces of cold water, so I was curious to learn why warm lemon water was a good thing. According to the article, it boosts your immune system, aids in digestion, clears skin, helps with weight loss, and balances pH. Balances pH? Am I back in chemistry class? Apparently lemons are an incredibly alkaline food, and now I know you are wondering why that even matters. (I was too!) Then I remembered last year reading The Paleo Diet for Athletes, which also discusses alkaline and acidic foods. Today, I decided to refresh my knowledge on alkaline foods…
What is the idea behind eating alkaline foods and why is this particularly important for athletes?
Rich Roll, who is an ultratriathlete…
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You don’t have to eliminate all acid-forming foods. Follow the 80%/20% rule.
Alkaline foods and pH balance are not a typical daily topic of conversation. However, people who cycle, run, hike, play tennis, or do any physical activity and want to perform at peak levels of fitness, have a choice to make.
It’s a choice many never consider, but one of the most important for overall health and fitness. It stares you right in the face every time you look at a menu or a shelf full of groceries.
The choice to consider is whether or not a food or beverage is going to help you maintain proper pH balance, or is it going to throw that delicate balance off and leave your body’s defenses vulnerable to health problems.
In order to maintain suitable pH balance, nutritionists suggest 80% of dietary intake should be alkaline and 20% acid foods. What exactly does that mean? It is a widely accepted nutrition fact that…
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Keep your alkaline diet simple by eating the top 7 most alkaline foods.