This morning was great, since got to enjoy the Body Weight Workout on our deck. The sunrise and air were so refreshing. Mid -day, was busy, but fit in time easily for ICP, since scheduled it in (this really helps and since we schedule other events, why not time for your health !!). This evening relaxed to a cool summer breeze as rocked to the DB Matrix and some Great music. Super Combo ~
No not a Mc D combo !!!
A combo of Great music, air, sunshine, activity !!!! Yeah !!! 😀
However the best part of it all……
After the DB Matrix, sitting in the grass, watching the sunset, realizing the positive changes that have taken place since first starting the MAP challenge. Looking forward to that cool ‘Quad’ 4 point pushup and the ‘Elliptical Pushup’ tomorrow !!!
Dax creates some really cool exercises to keep things fresh !!! Gotta Love It !! ;-D
Folks, everyone, really, Everyone, should take at least a few minutes each morning and evening to reflect. It can help put things in perspective like nothing else. At least, this has worked well for me, so wanted to share it with all of you ~ hope it helps too !!
Added tip have noticed how much healthier my ‘pH’ level is overall. Found it can really affect health in so many ways. It is really quite easy thanks to Dax and the Elimination Diet. So reread it again, and amazing, the foods he suggests really help this area, along with key antioxidants too.
Dax, You are amazing to create MAP + Elimination Diet = Great Health !!!
Looks like a winning formula to me folks !!! 😉
Here’s a few examples for you:
Alkaline Foods that help your Health:
The right hand column below indicates to what degree the food replaces the alkaline reserves in your body. For example, Raw Spinach and Beet Greens show a value of around 500.
This means they are 100 times more effective in replacing your alkaline reserves than Blueberries of Apples which have a value of only 5.
This is just some examples to get you started.
Remember, this makes a great key note for your journal 😉
|Raw Spinach||4 cups||+ 556|
|Beet Greens||1 cup||+ 478|
|Molasses||1 tablespoon||+ 360|
|Celery||5 stalks||+ 341|
|Dried Figs||5||+ 297|
|Dried Beans||1/2 cup||+ 282|
|Chard Leaves||1 1/2 cups||+ 214|
|Water Cress||2 1/2 cups||+ 192|
|Sauerkraut||2/3 cup||+ 176|
|Leaf Lettuce||1/2 head||+ 170|
|Green Lima Beans||2/3 cup||+ 142|
|Dried Lima Beans||2/3 cup||+ 123|
|Rhubarb||1 cup||+ 117|
|Cabbage||1 1/3 cups||+ 111|
|Beets||2/3 cup||+ 98|
|Brussel Sprouts||6||+ 95|
|Green Soy Beans||2/3 cup||+ 85|
|Cucumber||10 slices||+ 71|
|Parsnip||1/2 large||+ 67|
|Rutabagas||3/4 cup||+ 62|
|Dried Peas||1/2 cup||+ 57|
|Cauliflower||1 cup||+ 50|
|Pineapple||1 cup||+ 44|
|Avocado||1/2 cup||+ 44|
|Raisins||1/2 cup||+ 44|
|Dried Dates||7||+ 40|
|Green Beans||1 cup||+ 39|
|Limes||1/2 cup||+ 33|
|Sour Cherries||18||+ 30|
|White Potato||1||+ 26|
|Sweet Potato||1||+ 26|
|Grapefruit||1/2 cup||+ 25|
|Lemon||1/2 cup||+ 24|
|Blackberries||1 cup||+ 22|
|Orange||1/2 cup||+ 22|
|Peach||1 large||+ 21|
|Raspberries||1 cup||+ 19|
|Banana||1 small||+ 18|
|Onion||1 small||+ 14|
|Grapes||1/2 cup||+ 10|
|Blueberries||2/3 cup||+ 5|
|Watermellon||1/2 slice||+ 5|
|Green Peas||3/4 cup||+ 5|