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The Why & How of Alkaline Foods

In my quest for Vibrant Health, I considered the alkaline diet as recommended by my dear acupuncturist, Dr. Kim in Costa Rica. But to adhere to it strictly, I’d have to be vegetarian and that ain’t gonna fly at my house. So I’m going to simply pay attention to my ph and make sure I have plenty of raw alkaline foods to balance out the grilled rib-eyes. Yum!

The first thing we’re going to start eating at home is broccoli sprouts, as advertised by www.SproutPeople.com. I’ll use a wide-mouth jar (omgoodness, you can buy wide mouth . . . → Read More: The Why & How of Alkaline Foods

Dr. Kim’s Alkaline Diet in English

UPDATE: Since writing this post, I have essentially abandoned the acid/alkaline diet in favor of traditional foods. Within that framework, I try to limit my acid causing foods, but not following the a/a diet as I did for a couple of months. The concept and practice of eating traditional foods fits me. I include this @ FiftyToLife.com as part of my journey, and in case this way of eating resonates with you!

Since I’m going to be eating this way, at least for awhile, my shopping list needs to be in English. Click here for Dr. Kim‘s alkaline diet in . . . → Read More: Dr. Kim’s Alkaline Diet in English

My Cup Runneth Over

Trying to stay on my diet. I cannot drop this extra 10 pounds. Well, 20. OK, 30. But I’d be happy losing 10. OK, 15. But no matter what I do, it refuses to budge. And no matter where I look, I see it. It’s really getting in my way here. I can still see my toes, but if this continues, it won’t be long before those disappear and I’ll only be able to see bosom. Plus, I need to lose weight for the book tour.

Clearly the recommended 20 minutes of aerobics three times a week which used to work just . . . → Read More: My Cup Runneth Over