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Sarah Wilson | 3 Killer Recipes To Alkalise Your Body - Sarah Wilson

Heard of the alkalising diet? Its not really a diet its a way of eating. It entails leaning towards foods that help to alkalise your body. I like to lean. As opposed to doing a violent about-face with my eating. Essentially, diseases like cancer and AI cant exist in a fully alkalised system. The closer you can get to this utopic state, the better youll be. Simple. Alkaline Sisters kale salad, recipe below Ive done this before, when I was 21. I had Graves disease at the time. After three months of eating acid-free (nothing from a can, no deadly night shades mushrooms, potatoes, tomatoes etc), I was healed. Seriously. I avoided radioactive iodine treatment, put on weight again and got on with my life. Where does this sit with my eating today? And where does it fit with Paleo eating? As per my post last week , my take on Paleo eating is this: I eat a stack of vegetables mostly greens dairy in moderation, and eggs and meat in moderation as well. This still fits with an alkaline mentality, but is not strictly an alkaline diet. But I dont stick to any diet, I choose my own way. The main thing I take from the alkaline diet is lots of vegetables, especially green ones, no sugar, no proces Continue reading >>

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  1. Alan Young

    If you hyperventilate you ‘blow off’ the carbon dioxide in your blood very quickly. Carbon dioxide has an effect on cerebral blood vessels (the blood vessels in the brain).

  2. Jonas Grandt

    My best guess (which is better than nothing), is that rapid, shallow breaths use oxygen way faster than they collect, and they cannot effectively remove carbon dioxide from the bloodstream, leading to fainting through oxygen deprivation and carbon dioxide buildup. Once you've fainted, your breathing should return to normal, fixing both problems before much else happens.

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Alkalize And Reverse Acidosis Now!

Acidosis is the widespread scourge that ruins health and shortens lives. It is defined as excessive blood acidity caused by one of the following conditions: an overabundance of acid in the blood, a loss of bicarbonate from the blood (metabolic acidosis) or by a buildup of carbon dioxide in the blood due to poor lung function or slow breathing (respiratory acidosis). All modern diets cause chronic, low-grade acidosis, even vegan and raw food diets when eaten incorrectly. More specifically, the two major causes of acidosis are: 1. Diets comprising mainly acid-forming (acidifying) foods 2. The fermentation of starches and putrefaction of proteins in the gut caused by eating incompatible food combinations and indigestible foods. This process results in acid waste poisoning, a degenerative condition that, sadly, many people endure every day of their declining lives. Acidosis results in irritation and inflammation of the tissues, enervation, malnutrition, loss of alkaline mineral reserves and depletion of enzymes. Chronic acidosis causes degenerative diseases related to poor-quality body tissues such as osteoporosis, fractures and tendon tears and many other disease conditions, which re Continue reading >>

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  1. __ish

    So, long story short, I remember reading somewhere that a great way to help speed your body's entry into ketosis is to do a 24 hour fast and some low intensity exercise. Trouble is, I can't seem to find where it was that I read that! Did I dream it up? Is this a thing?

  2. __loridcon

    i believe what you read is this:
    http://josepharcita.blogspot.com/2011/03/guide-to-ketosis.html#33EE

  3. __ish

    Yes! Thank you!
    I stopped eating at 3PM and did the wrong kind of exercise tonight instead of tomorrow morning, but that can be remedied.
    Has anyone had success with this method? This will be my first real go at keto.

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The Alkaline Diet: Is There Evidence That An Alkaline Ph Diet Benefits Health?

The Alkaline Diet: Is There Evidence That an Alkaline pH Diet Benefits Health? University of Alberta, Suite No. 301, 9509-156 Street, Edmonton, AB, Canada T5P 4J5 *Gerry K. Schwalfenberg: [email protected] Received 2011 Jul 3; Accepted 2011 Aug 8. This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. This review looks at the role of an alkaline diet in health. Pubmed was searched looking for articles on pH, potential renal acid loads, bone health, muscle, growth hormone, back pain, vitamin D and chemotherapy. Many books written in the lay literature on the alkaline diet were also reviewed and evaluated in light of the published medical literature. There may be some value in considering an alkaline diet in reducing morbidity and mortality from chronic diseases and further studies are warranted in this area of medicine. Life on earth depends on appropriate pH levels in and around living organisms and cells. Human life requires a tightly controlled pH level in the serum o Continue reading >>

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  1. Knicks

    In DKA, the patient is acidotic, right? So why would the body decrease bicarbonate (a base)? Wouldn't you want to keep the bicarbonate high so as to neutralize the acid?
    Too tired to think straight at the moment.

  2. generic

    The HCO3 derangement is not a compensation--it is the primary problem.
    DKA patients have a metabolic acidosis, I think it's mostly caused by the formation of tons and tons of ketone bodies (acidic). These are formed because despite high circulating levels of glucose, the cells can't use the glucose without insulin-->turn to ketone formation instead.
    The metabolic acidosis may cause respiratory compensation, which would give Kussmaul breathing, for example.

  3. treva

    Knicks said: ↑
    In DKA, the patient is acidotic, right? So why would the body decrease bicarbonate (a base)? Wouldn't you want to keep the bicarbonate high so as to neutralize the acid?
    Too tired to think straight at the moment. Remember the kidney takes days to compensate for acidodic state by producing more bicarb. Acutely, the bicarb is used to buffer the extra acid, so it drops.
    This also explains why DKA pts have increased RR:
    CO2 + H20 <--> H2CO3 <--> HCO3- + H+
    If you blow off extra CO2 (ie by upping RR) you shift the above equation to the left, and promote the formation of H2CO3 via CA, helping to mop up the H+.

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