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The most effective way to make a change in your body is when you have a clean slate to work with!

Most of us have so much built-up from so-called “healthy foods” and “unhealthy foods” over the years that it can get to a point where making a change to our body becomes hard to do. Instead of our insides functioning with flow, it’s “stuck like glue”, making healthy weight or fat loss more challenging!

Our bodies have a built-in ability to detox! The problem is we don’t always learn the foods and habits that help our bodies perform this natural process. Overtime this can cause inflammation in our bodies, which can often result in unnecessary weight gain, bloating, or worst, lack of vitality.

So How Can You Create a Clean Slate?

Your body, in order to maintain this powerful, energetic, electrical current in you, has got to have a certain pH level, a certain basis of what’s called acid and alkaline in the system. It is as important as maintaining the temperature of your body. Your body has to stay at 98.6 degree Fahrenheit.

And here’s the other number you want to know: On a scale of 0-14, 0 is pure acid, and 14 is pure alkaline (another name for this is base), the balance then, would be 7. Your body needs to be at 7.36 or real close, this is ideal, slightly more alkaline.

“Dis-ease” thrives in an acidic environment, so if you’re too acidic, guess what your body will do to protect you?

It will store fat.

Acid tends to go to the weakest part of the body. It settles in the weak areas because that part of the body can’t clean up the mess as quickly. Too much acidity over time is a culprit for inflammation, and inflammation can cause the body to store fat, or worst, lead to dis-ease or dis-comfort.

The body will take the acid out of the bloodstream and store it in the fats of the body to protect your vital organs (hence, most people store fat in the mid-section). Your body won’t let go of the fat no matter how much you eat right or exercise if you do not create an environment that’s more alkaline.

The body uses fat to buffer the acid to try and keep the acid away from hurting your organs. It’s a survival mechanism! If you want to let go of the fat, you have to first bring your body to a more alkaline state so it won’t feel this need to store fat to protect you.

Are You Getting Enough Alkaline Foods in Your Diet?

Striking the optimum 80/20 alkaline-acid balance at first, to “reboot” your body is vital! This is why I created the 4-Week Body Program to help you get healthy and strong while you reboot your body through simple changes in diet, mindset and movement. This is how people in the program have experienced results in weight loss, increased energy and strength, a stronger immune system and a greater sense of wellbeing.

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Acid and Alkaline Food List Chart

This valuable information is provided by our friends at LiveEnergised.com

The Philosophy Behind Our Food Chart

As you are probably aware, there are many different conflicting food charts available online.

So before we start I want to clarify how we have classified the foods contained within this list.

I know it is quite confusing to see such differences in the charts.

This amount of conflicting information is the main reason I set up Energise, and I believe our chart (based on the research of the Alkaline Diet pioneer, Dr. Young) is the most accurate.

The reason that other charts show such disparity is because they base their classifications on the readings for the Potential Renal Acid Load research (PRAL).

This is not an accurate source for this purpose.

The reason for this is, to test for PRAL they basically burn the food at an extreme temperature and then take a read of the ‘ash’ that is left behind and what its pH is.

While this does give a read of its alkalinity from the mineral content of the food, this is only half the picture.

By burning it at such a high temperature they also burn away all of the most acid-causing content of the food, namely sugar.

That is why on some charts high sugar fruits are listed as alkaline.

Bananas for instance are high in the alkaline mineral potassium, BUT they are also 25% sugar which makes them very acidifying when we consume them.

So, basically, the main difference between the charts comes down to one simple thing:

Some charts determine acidity or alkalinity on the food before it is consumed & others (like mine) are more interested in the effect the food has on the body after it has been consumed.

Personally, I have no interest in what a food is before I’ve eaten it – I want to know whether it will alkalize or acidify my body.

Make sense?

I hope this helps clear things up.