The Easiest Way to Avoid Getting Ill

The food you put into your body has a great affect on your overall health and well-being. We consume a high-acid diet full of fatty meats, chicken, turkey, pasta, cheese and hundreds of processed food items, and even more so during this festive season. This diet can ruin your body’s alkaline balance and actually lead to cell death in your entire body.

You need to reverse the acid overload and return to an alkaline state to avoid these sure signs of body imbalance:
• Poor circulation
• Joint and muscle pain
• Irregular heartbeats
• Weak veins and arteries
• Low energy and fatigue
• Premature aging

To help eliminate food chemicals, additives and toxins, plus the everyday toxic invaders from the air you breathe and the water you drink, you need to maintain an optimum pH alkaline/acid balance of 7 to 7.5 on a scale of 1 to 14, 1 being highly acidic, while 14 is highly alkaline.

The pH level of our internal fluids affects every cell in our body. The entire metabolic process depends on an alkaline environment. Chronic over acidity corrodes body tissue, and if left unchecked will interrupt all cellular activities and functions, from the beating of our heart to the neutral firing of our brain. It is at the root of all sickness and disease, but when the body is in healthy alkaline balance, it works well, germs are unable to get a foothold, and you can boost your immunity so you virtually never become ill!

It is important to increase the amount of alkaline-forming foods you consume as these foods can help restore your pH balance, as well. Try to eat more fresh fruits and vegetables especially green. Avoid dairy foods, sugary snack foods and processed items. By evaluating the food you put into your body, you can help maintain a healthy pH balance and avoid the ravages of old age and sickness.

You can also improve the water you drink by adding some alkaline drops so that every glass of water you drink helps to keep you alkaline.

To try these drops, ring us on 01462 893586 to order them.

Wyndham Health