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Have you ever gone to a restaurant and after being sat down all you did was waited for the food you wanted to arrive, without actually telling the waiter what you wanted?
Of course not.
At least, not until we have mind-reading robot waiters.
And this brings me to the future, your future.
In order for a waiter to know what you want, you have to tell them what you want, not what you ate for lunch or breakfast.
So many of us are great about complaining about the past, but very poor about defining what we want for the future.
In the words of Tony Robbins,
“So much that could help you achieve your dreams is never noticed or utilized simply because you haven’t defined (taught your brain what’s important!) your goals with clarity.”
“the only limit to what you can achieve is the extent of your ability to define with precision that which you desire”
If you are stuck with what you want, start with these 2 tests to see if you get inspired
(I urge you to join GeniusU as it’s a growing movement to change the world)
The home acid buffer test is very easy to do. Scroll down for instructions.
Acid/Alkali Balance – What is it REALLY About?
The technical measure of acidity and alkalinity is pH, and the pH of our blood must stay between 7.35 and 7.45 to remain healthy and alive. Because this pH is so critical to life is tightly regulated by various mechanisms in the body.
In fact, it is so important to keep the blood at the right pH your body will may well break down bone, or pump your arteries full of cholesterol in extreme cases of pH imbalance.
Because today’s modern diet, lifestyle and stress levels all contribute to acidity in the body, it has become a focus for many clinicians to ‘alkalise’ the body.
This has given rise to lots of confusion as the body does not really become acid or alkali. What is happening is that the ‘alkaline diet’ provides your body with what it needs to stay in the perfect pH range without having to break down bone (causing osteoporosis), or raise cholesterol.
There is more to it than this, including the fact that the more ‘acid stress’ we put on areas of our body, the less oxygen is transported, and the more chances of cancer.
The basic overview of the alkaline diet is ingest less acid forming substances – dairy, wheat, meat, tea, coffee, alcohol – all the usual suspects – and have more alkaline forming foods – green vegetables!
Notice I said ‘acid forming’ and ‘alkaline forming’ as opposed to just acid and alkali. This is because what a food starts of as on the outside of your body is not the same as it gets broken down to inside your body. Milk for instance is alkaline, but once digested is more acidic. Lemons, although acidic, break down to be alkaline forming. Some foods, like eggs, are OK cooked, but not raw. Wheat in any form is a major acid former, except when puffed! (Don’t ask me why – I’m sure the answer is out there).
What made me realise understanding acid/alkali balance could be a major key to health came from listening to an Anthony Robbins course – Get the Ultimate Edge. In the section on health he relates two stories, both about people with genetic disorders who were helped enormously by ‘alkalising’.
The first was a lady who had genetically high cholesterol and was obese. She had apparently been studied since she was 14, and no diet and no drug made any difference. Then she started an alkalising diet and lost 6kg in 6 weeks, and halved her cholesterol too. The theory was that she had high cholesterol in her blood to help lower her acidity – so remove the acid and the cholesterol goes down to!
The second example was more extreme. A 21 year old who had broken over 200 bones, and could break more just by sneezing or coughing. He was expected to die soon and his dying wish was to meet Tony Robbins. Tony introduced him to alkalising and 12 years or so later this fragile man is now pumping iron and has become a motivational speaker – Sean Stephenson.
Now I’m Going To Blow Your Mind
The single biggest cause of acid stress is exercise. By a long, long way. This often comes as a surprise, even though most people are aware of lactic acid being linked to exercise. So if you exercise, and are not taking alkalizing super nutrients you are probably in trouble. The only way to know is to do the test below.
The best single alkalising superfood is the reishi mushroom (aka ganoderma lucidum) , which we recommend in combination with a multi-greens powder. For the exact makes we use scroll to the bottom.
How to Test your own Acid Buffering at Home
Take this test before your 7 Day detox, and then again at the end. If it is not perfect then you need to increase the alkalising superfoods until it does improve. (You may need to take the greens powders up to 20 times a day in severe cases)
The Acid Buffer test is a dynamic measurement of your body’s alkaline mineral reserves, which are one of the system’s that your body uses to deal with acid and alkaline imbalances.
Check your readings against the chart below. If your readings do not follow this pattern and become mildly alkaline then your system is failing.
If your acid buffer system is below the line then for 7 days:
Try and eat ONLY veg, salad, berries, almonds, 1 or 2 pieces of fruit max, fish, AVOID at ALL costs – grains, meat, poultry, dairy (although you can take whey protein powder)
Have 5-20 scoops of Dynamic Greens per day – click here for a testimonial
Have 3-9 Ganoderma Spore capsules per day (put them into your favourite hot drink) – Order Here
Retest your pH after 7 days. If it is improving then carry on with the same regime. If it is not improving, not improved much, or got worse, then call us.
If you are not sure how to interpret your results, or need help with ordering, then we can help, call 01707 662 704
Checking the acid buffering system is a critical part of improving performance in athletes, to learn the full nutrition protocol that legends like boxer Evander Holyfield followed to beat Mike Tyson, and that many of today’s top US Olympic, NBA, NFL, and WWF stars follow then click on the link below, and fill in the form to get the 5 part series.
Who Needs Human Needs Psychology?
We all do!
Your mindset, your state of mind, your attitude, your outlook on life, call it what you will, it is you who decides how to interpret every little thing that happens to you – good or bad.
It is your mind that ultimately decides whether or not you can do something, and it is your mind that will then decide to actually do it!