Livingalive

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Published on March 4, 2008

Author: Marian

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Living Alive! Part 2: The New Biological approach to Health—pH vitality:  Living Alive! Part 2: The New Biological approach to Health—pH vitality Living Food Combinations for Optimum Health, Strength, and Vitality Living Food:  Living Food Living Foods are plant food sources in their raw state or plant food sources that have not been heated over 110°F. Living Foods contain high sources of vitamin, minerals, and enzymes. These foods help keep us vital and strong. The Food Wheel illustrates the various Living Food Groups and the appropriate daily servings for each group. Living Food Groups:  Living Food Groups Living Food Groups:  Living Food Groups Living food groups are categorized according to their similarities in nutritional content and their nutritional benefits to the body. There are 6 Food Groups: Green Leafy Vegetables, Superfoods, and Sprouts Root Vegetables Sweet Fruits Fatty Fruits Non-Sweet Fruits and High Fiber Vegetables Nuts, Seeds, legumes, and Grains Living Food Groups:  Living Food Groups Living Food Groups:  Living Food Groups Green Leafy Vegetables, Superfoods, and Sprouts are chlorophyll foods. Chlorophyll’s structure is similar to human blood. In fact, chlorophyll is called “plant blood.” It gives plants their green color. This food group includes green leafy veggies such as turnips, mustards, collards, lettuce, spinach, and kale; sprouts such as sunflower seed sprouts, lentil sprouts; superfoods such as barley grass, wheat grass, and Spirulina; and sea vegetables such as kelp, dulse, and nori. Living Food Groups:  Living Food Groups Green leafy Vegetables, sprouts, and superfoods are highly alkalized foods. Consuming 4-6 servings a day will help build your immune system, strengthen cell walls, and promote overall health. These plant foods are great sources of calcium, potassium, and magnesium. One serving is equal to 1 cup chopped. Living Food Groups:  Living Food Groups Living Food Groups:  Living Food Groups Root Vegetables are actually roots. Root vegetables include carrots, potatoes, onions, shallots, and garlic. Root vegetables contain sugars and starches. One serving a day is ample. Root vegetables are slightly alkalized. These foods can be eaten in their raw state; however, white and red potatoes should be avoided because of their high starch content. Better choices for root vegetables are carrots, which are high in beta carotene; and onions and garlic which are high in sulfur. One serving of root vegetables equal ½ cup. Living Food Groups:  Living Food Groups Living Food Groups:  Living Food Groups Sweet fruits are fruits that contain their own natural sugars. Sweet fruits include melons, pears, oranges, strawberries, kiwi, berries, plums, figs, dates, grapefruit, apples, and grapes. Sweet fruits should be eaten alone. Never cook sweet fruits. This can cause fermentation and produce an acidic effect. Sweet fruits can be eaten 30 minutes before other types of foods or 1.5 hours after. Living Food Groups:  Living Food Groups Since sweet fruits are high in sugar, balancing them with a strong green leafy vegetable such as kale, spinach, or turnip greens will help balance the sugar and prevent sharp rises in insulin. Eat a serving of green leafy vegetables at least 30 minutes after sweet fruits. Sweet fruits such as berries have the lowest sugar content. Living Food Groups:  Living Food Groups Living Food Groups:  Living Food Groups Non-sweet fruits and high fiber vegetables all have a cleansing effect on the body. These foods are slightly alkalized. Non-sweet fruits include cucumbers, yellow peppers, red peppers, bell peppers, hot peppers (habaneras, jalapenos, Serrano), okra, tomatoes, squash, and zucchini. High fiber vegetables include broccoli and cauliflower. Living Food Groups:  Living Food Groups Hot Peppers such as habaneras and jalapenos are effective in “burning” out toxins and parasites from the body when they are eaten in their raw state. All peppers—hot peppers, yellow peppers, red peppers, and bell peppers—are high in vitamins C. If you feel a “cold” coming on eat some peppers and fight that virus or bacteria. High fiber vegetables will help keep the colon and intestines clean when they are eaten in their raw state. 4-6 servings from this plant food group will have a daily impact on cleansing the body. Living Food Groups:  Living Food Groups Living Food Groups:  Living Food Groups Fatty fruits are slightly alkalized plant food sources. Fatty fruits are fruits that contain fat such as avocados and olives. Fatty fruits contain good sources of fat and should never be cooked. The fat contained in these fruits are matched by a high water content, which makes the fat easy to metabolize. Fatty fruits can be eaten with foods in the non-sweet fruits and high fiber vegetable group and with foods in the green leafy vegetable, sprouts, and Superfoods group. Living Food Groups:  Living Food Groups Fatty fruits should be eaten with or followed by green leafy vegetables or sprouts. The enzymes and chlorophyll contained therein helps to metabolize fats at a rate that produces energy throughout the day. Do not overdose on fats. Two (2) servings a day is sufficient. Overdosing on fatty fruits can cause lethargy and sluggishness. A serving is equal to ¼ cup. Living Food Groups:  Living Food Groups Living Food Groups:  Living Food Groups Nut, seeds, grains, and legumes are plant food sources that contain fats and fiber. The principle is soak, soak, and soak. These foods expand when soaked. Foods in this group should be soaked in water before eaten. Some grains must be soaked 24-72 hours, while legumes must be soaked and sprouted. Nuts and Seeds must be soaked 2-8 hours. Not all grains and legumes can be digested properly by the body in a raw state. Black wild rice, after being soaked for 48 hours, is a wonderful choice of a grain. Almonds and hazel nuts are slightly alkalized nuts. These nuts also contain good sources of fiber. Living Food Groups:  Living Food Groups Flax seeds are a good source of Omega 3, Omega 6, and Omega 9 essential fats. These fats help keep skin radiant, promote lustrous hair, and help to repair cells. Foods in this food group should be eaten with or followed by a serving of green leafy vegetables. As with fatty fruits, the chlorophyll in green leafy vegetables will help to metabolize fats and promote energy sources throughout the day. 2 servings a day is sufficient. 1 Serving of nuts, seeds, an legumes equal to ¼ cup (before soaking). One serving of grains and legumes equal ½ cup (before soaking). Living Food:  Living Food Living foods can increase the life and vitality of your cells. Vital cells help to sustain the BREATH OF LIFE and promote longevity. Living foods can help you lose weight, reverse the visible signs of aging, and increase the quality of life. Living Food:  Living Food How can you lose weight with living food? Here are some healthful hints… Living Food:  Living Food Low fat still works… Limit sugar intake… Eat 4-6 servings of foods from the green leafy vegetable, sprouts, and superfood food group. Eat hot peppers… Drink plenty of pH balanced water Eat plenty of non-sweet fruits and high fiber vegetables. Choose food with high water content and low calories. Living Food:  Living Food Low fat still works… Limit sugar intake… Eat 4-6 servings of foods from the green leafy vegetable, sprouts, and superfood food group. Eat hot peppers… Drink plenty of pH balanced water Eat plenty of non-sweet fruits and high fiber vegetables. Choose food with high water content and low calories. Living Food:  Living Food Low fat still works If you desire to lose 25 pounds or more, limit your fat intake. Limit your fat intake to 1 serving of nuts or seeds (1/4 cup) and 1 serving of fatty fruits (1/4 cup). Eat with a strong green or sprouts and you will gain the energy you need without gaining weight. Living Food:  Living Food Low fat still works… Limit sugar intake… Eat 4-6 servings of foods from the green leafy vegetable, sprouts, and superfood food group. Eat hot peppers… Drink plenty of pH balanced water Eat plenty of non-sweet fruits and high fiber vegetables. Choose food with high water content and low calories. Living Food:  Living Food Limit sugar intake… Limit sugar intake by having only 2 servings of sweet fruits and 1 serving of Root Vegetables a day. Always follow with a green leafy vegetable or sprouts. The chlorophyll will help balance the sugar. Eating too much sugar can cause sharp rises in insulin, which increases hunger and cause weight gain. Living Food:  Living Food Low fat still works… Limit sugar intake… Eat 4-6 servings of foods from the green leafy vegetable, sprouts, and superfood food group… Eat hot peppers… Drink plenty of pH balanced water Eat plenty of non-sweet fruits and high fiber vegetables. Choose food with high water content and low calories. Living Food:  Living Food Eat 4-6 servings of foods from the green leafy vegetable, sprouts, and superfood food group… Eating plenty of greens can help to alkalize the body and increase your overall metabolic rate. An alkalized body helps to eliminate metabolic waste at a faster rate and causes fat to burn at a faster rate. Living Food:  Living Food Low fat still works… Limit sugar intake… Eat 4-6 servings of foods from the green leafy vegetable, sprouts, and superfood food group… Eat hot peppers… Drink plenty of pH balanced water Eat plenty of non-sweet fruits and high fiber vegetables. Choose food with high water content and low calories. Living Food:  Living Food Eat Hot peppers Eating hot peppers helps to decrease the appetite. It promotes a thermogenic effect that increases the body’s metabolic rate. Living Food:  Living Food Low fat still works… Limit sugar intake… Eat 4-6 servings of foods from the green leafy vegetable, sprouts, and superfood food group… Eat hot peppers… Drink plenty of pH balanced water Eat plenty of non-sweet fruits and high fiber vegetables. Choose food with high water content and low calories. Living Food:  Living Food Drink plenty of pH balanced water… Drinking water helps increase the body’s metabolism. Moreover, pH balance water helps to kill parasites that may be contained in the water or in the body. Adding Oxy Drops to the water will increase its pH level and kill parasites (parasites can not live in an oxygenized environment). Living Food:  Living Food Low fat still works… Limit sugar intake… Eat 4-6 servings of foods from the green leafy vegetable, sprouts, and superfood food group… Eat hot peppers… Drink plenty of pH balanced water Eat plenty of non-sweet fruits and high fiber vegetables… Choose food with high water content and low calories. Living Food:  Living Food Eat plenty of non-sweet fruits and high fiber vegetables… Non-sweet fruits and high fiber vegetables help give you a sense of fullness without a lot of calories. Non-sweet fruits and high fiber vegetables help keep the body cleansed. Living Food:  Living Food Low fat still works… Limit sugar intake… Eat 4-6 servings of foods from the green leafy vegetable, sprouts, and superfood food group… Eat hot peppers… Drink plenty of pH balanced water Eat plenty of non-sweet fruits and high fiber vegetables… Choose food with high water content and low calories... Living Food:  Living Food Choose food with high water content… Foods containing high water content and low calories help give a sense of fullness. The water content coincides with the body, which is about 70% water and 30% matter. These foods include cucumbers, tomatoes, broccoli, cauliflower, lemons, limes, grapefruit, okra, watermelon, bell peppers, and leaf green vegetables. Living Food:  Living Food The way to stay healthy, strong, and vital is eating plenty of living foods. Remember, Life begets Life! You may choose to juice a lot of the foods in the living food groups (except nuts, seeds, and grains). This will give you the nutrients from these plant foods and give your digestive system a much needed break. Slide40:  Now that’s… Living Alive!

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