Life is more simple that we often make it, and more simple than we’re often led to believe.
When you read magazines, websites, books and research about how to get healthy and live a healthy life, doesn’t it often seem so complex?
Which approach is best?
A food is good for you today, and then not so good the next day…
Today ”superfood” is tomorrows enemy.
One research paper says running is good for you, but then another article says that it ages you!
High fat, low carb…low fat, high protein…
ARRRRGGGGHHHH! LET ME OFF THIS RIDE! I DON’T WANNA PLAY ANYMORE!
This is why I love the alkaline approach so much.
Against the test of time, it always comes out on top.
Because it makes so much sense, it’s simple and when broken down to it’s core – it’s easy and anyone can understand it.
Vegetables, salads, greens, leafy foods, colourful foods, high-water content foods, nuts, seeds, healthy oils, oily fish, a little protein, lots of water, live stress-free and have everything (treats) in moderation.
Sugar, trans-fats, artificial foods, chips, pizzas, sodas, refined foods, takeaways, fried food, sweets, cakes, candy, gluten (and most grains), dairy & meats —> but remember any of these are fine in moderation.
Exercise well, live well and eat as close to nature and unrefined as possible. It’s simple, it’s easy to remember.
And that’s it. That’s the alkaline diet.
Of course, it’s backed by extensive research and science (see here for the scientific proof), but the core of it, the stuff that’s most important is simple, easy to understand and gets results every time – whether it’s for a muscle-bound gym-goer, long-distance runner, model or just someone like you and I that wants to feel good, look good and stay vibrant for the rest of our life.