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Is Your Body Acidic, Alkaline or Both — Part 3
Here are some exciting things you can do!
Keeping the body as alkaline as we can is important, so, it can detoxify all the breakdown products and move them out through the feces and urine.
One of the ways to keep the system alkaline is to eat dark green leafy veggies and other veggies (other than tomatoes/potatoes), fruit (other than citrus of course) and whole grains in cereal/bread rice and pasta and seeds/almonds.
So, one of the things you can do is eat a morning cereal that is non-gluten. One of the cereals we carry is called “MorgenStund” that is made up of alkalinizing grains such as buckwheat/millet/amaranth and seeds/nuts such as pumpkin/sunflower/almonds and dried pieces of apple/banana.
You can cook this in the morning for a hot cereal or I soak it overnight in water & add fruit in the morning.
This well start to “strengthen, maintain and regenerate” your energy. Secondly, you can take a whole foods supplement that is alkalinizing. “WurzelKraft” is one that we use that is concentrated, plant derived alkaline food granules packed with vital nutrients.
This is similar to taking a multi-vitamin, but, is completely plant derived. It is easy to digest/alkaline generating/gluten free and is great for those that eat ‘mass-produced, pre-cooked, frozen or pre-processed foods that lack nutrients and no vital energy.
This would be good for those that have to eat in cafeterias or restaurants and don’t have time to make nutritious meals. It is especially beneficial before sports, during pregnancy and menopause, and for aging, due to the increased stressors on the body.
Another option is drinking an alkaline tea.
We use “7 x 7 alkaherb” tea. It is a cell cleanser the contains 49 herbs, seeds, spices, roots and blossoms.
This helps to keep the body alkaline by drinking the tea throughout the day. I try & have at least 1-2 c/d.
Another wonderful tool is using alkaline mineral bath salts. A great product is “AlkaBath”.
The alkaline mineral salts allow the skin to purify , just as the ancient Egyptians, Greeks and Romans did in the past. They used alkaline soaps and sodium bicarbonate as did ancient Japanese and Mexican cultures and some still practice this today for overall physical and spiritual well-being.
These mineral salts also contain eight ground precious stones similar to those used in German spas.
You can use these salts for full baths, foot and hand baths for detoxification, alkaline rinses on sore muscles after sports & in the sauna and steam bath. The special make-up of these salts purifies the skin and helps to oil it to increase suppleness and minimize wrinkles.
I have talked to many of you about skin brushing and how good it is to move toxins and breakdown products to the lymph centres, so, the body can move those out through the feces and urine. To make it even more effective, you can use an “Energy Brush”.
This is a natural bristle brush has specially woven mineral strands, so, as you brush the skin, it not only detoxifies, but, energizes the body too!!!!
So, consider some of these tools to make your system more alkaline and feel like you want to feel!!!!
If you want to work more extensively on this, consider an appointment with Dr. Brenda Gill — Rossland call 250-362-5035 or Nelson 250-352-3150
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