If alkalising is on your agenda for the new year, and you want to get straight into a cleanse, then there are a couple of hints to make your life easier. If you are anything like me, the first time I started alkalising I went gung ho. But after working with loads of clients, I can assure you that gung ho is short lived. Alkalising deserves time and commitment, with well thought out goals with room for adjustment.
The best way to transition into a more alkaline diet is one step at a time, thats right, no gung ho.
The first few days of reducing your sugar intake, eliminating coffee and doing things differently *can* be quite difficult for some people if that is what their whole lifestyle has been about until now.
As you input new foods and more alkaline water, you will be stirring up old toxins that can now be released…but their release often doesn’t feel so great and can render you with headaches, other aches and pains, and fatigue. Some people, if they are toxic enough, may even throw up or get a headache simply from the introduction of water.
The idea is to take things slowly, wean yourself off sugars and coffee and alcohol over a couple of weeks and increase your food choices with more alkaline foods such as salads and avocadoes.
If you are new to alkalizing and the whole concept seems a bit tricky, and / or you have done some web searching but can’t seem to make head nor tail of it, then download this free eBook.
Alkalizing Made Easy gives you a step by step easy to follow method of what will work and what doesn’t work when it comes to your health as related to your blood.
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Here’s what one happy client had to say….
I had my blood analysis done by another practitioner in another country and came away feeling confused and somewhat at a loss on how to commence a cleanse. I searched on the net for recipes and came across Kate’s site and her wonderful e-book on alkalising. Kate followed that up with support and guidance – her wisdom got me through the ten-day cleanse with joy and clarity. Lyn
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I can’t tell you how much I appreciate your common sense comments on alkalising today. Incredibly helpful. It’s tough to keep going if you have the impression that everyone else is getting extraordinary benefits and will live for ever, and you are not quite feeling that way. Even so, I know more than a few people who don’t know about alkalising – and don’t want to know – who are getting one problem after another with their health. Good to keep things in perspective.
Now many may disagree, but in my experience, the more stable you are the better you will be able to handle cleansing, fasting, alkaline feasting. This leads to sustainable success, and not giving up after a couple of days because you feel so rotten. There are supplements to help you stabilise which I use with very ill clients, but that are also good for keeping you going and not have the detox be too crazy. And, it can get crazy.
And cleansing is not for everybody. The alkaline way states that you need to do it for 10 – 20 days and a lot more, however, just gently easing back on the bad stuff and eating better foods and liquids for a few days is enough for some people. And that’s great, you do what you need, when you need and you know exactly what your body wants and needs. Use your intuition.
This winter I’ve spent time preparing a 5 x 2.5m area of garden for spring planting and summer harvest of alkaline vegetables and salads. Ranging from rainbow beets and chard, to mint, parsley, herbs and carrots.
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