Why 99% Fail With the Alkaline Diet – And How to VERY Quickly Fix It!

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The Simple Solution to Why 99% of People Fall Off-Track With the Alkaline Diet

There is one single reason why most people fall off track, give up:

It’s not what you’d think…

It’s not simply sugar cravings…or willpower…although these things play a role, and the solution I’m going to give you makes both of these problems disappear!

It’s not knowing HOW to live alkaline either…

Listen, we’re all living a busy life…we’ve got a lot going on and less time than ever…

And there are pressure points throughout the day:

Breakfast – when you’re in a hurry to get out the door, the kids, it’s easy to go – I’ll start tomorrow and just grab something or have NOTHING but a coffee…you know how it is…

At lunch – if you haven’t prepared in advance and have a plan, you’re at your desk hungry, not knowing what to have, you put it off and then crack and just have something convenient but acidic.

At dinner – you get home from work – you’re hungry, the kids are hungry, there’s nothing in the fridge or pantry…you get SO tired of thinking “what shall we have for dinner AGAIN”…

Not having the meals and foods handy…decision fatigue – it’s easy to give up when you’re exhausted and wondering ‘what’s for dinner’ again…

And so the answer is SIMPLE – it comes down to planning and preparation…and making that process as easy as possible.

And I want to get you started today – and this is one of the CORE pieces of training I coach to every single one of my Alkaline Base Camp members when they join our program – because the simplest solution to get you started and remove the vast majority of those pressure points is to have a collection of, say, 12 recipes.

If you have 10-12 recipes that you KNOW them inside out, you know what they are, you know how to make them, what ingredients to shop for – they are like your safety net. When you have this – everything gets so easy – it becomes automatic.

And that will solve 99% of the problems that cause most people to give up or fall off track…

Let’s Get Started Right Now!

And today I want to get you started – and most of all, and this is the easiest place to start – the biggest danger is SNACKS. Those in-between moments where your blood sugar drops – and you will have those drops when you’re first starting out – it’s totally natural – those moments where you’re out of the home, doing something else and bang – a snack attack hits.

It’s in those snack attack moments that SO many people crack, give up and fall off track. You’re often not prepared for it, you’re not somewhere that you have easy access to healthy food – and the options are…well…not great!

And I get it – healthy, alkaline snacks – what are they?!

Listen, after 15 years of teaching this stuff, and living it myself, I know a TON of easy, delicious, alkaline snacks and I want to share some with you today.

So first up – I just want to reiterate that when you’re starting out its important to go slow, take it one step at a time and with baby steps. You will be SHOCKED at what great results you can get with just a few simple actions, practiced consistency.

Listen, and this is important – even if you only eat alkaline 50% of the time you’ll still get wonderful life-changing results.

So here’s what I want you to focus on for today.

IMPORTANT: Follow These Steps!

I want you to look through these and pick your favorite TWO – and in making your decision – think to yourself:

1) First question: DO I HAVE THE INGREDIENTS TO MAKE THESE SNACKS IN MY FRIDGE AND PANTRY ALREADY (important)

2) Second question: Do I regularly shop for these ingredients already – at the drop of a hat, can I rely on having these ingredients at any given moment.

That’s important and I’ll get into more why in a few days.

3) Think about when you most often get caught hungry and needing a little snack to fill a gap. Think about what those occasions are so you can judge how portable the snacks are that you choose, whether they need refrigeration, how easy they are to transport and so on.

Now – over the next few days I want you to actually MAKE these snacks and use them!

AND please let me know in the comments below:

“WHAT IS YOUR #1 CHALLENGE when it comes to cooking alkaline and making alkaline meals”

That’s it for today.

Go grab your snacks here!

Enjoy!

Ross

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  1. Ron Reply

    Hi Ross,
    I have unsuccessfully tried several times to become alkaline and have failed miserably.
    I am vegan, gluten free and try not to eat much factory produced food.
    I honestly believe it’s impossible, I even have your two recipe books and cooked many of your meals.
    Maybe it could be possible but heh, who wants to eat such a restricted diet as you seem to recommend.
    Regards, Ron

  2. Hellen Stegmaier Reply

    Thank Ross, I am very grateful to part of your program. At the moment i don’t have any question. I just wanted to say thank you 🙏🏽

  3. Stephanie Ingleton Reply

    Hi Ross
    Thank you for writing your book The Alkaline Reset Cleanse.
    Is there a particular juice recipe or certain foods that would help with my hot flushes?

    Stephanie

  4. Lisa Babyak Reply

    I would like an alkaline salad dressing recipe that doesn’t taste like grass or seaweed that has no sugar or fruit in it and limited or no nuts in it and no dairy and no sugar that taste amazing like thousand island or ranch dressing. I love eating veggies and salads if it doesn’t gag me . Please help with a great dressing .

    • Eva Fs Reply

      Olive oil with apple cider vinegar is the best and easiest salad dressing. You can add either some Dijon mustard or crushed garlic or both. Mix it and shake it in the bottle and it will become nice and thick. Once mixed you can use it till finished. No need for sugar!!!!

  5. Chara Reply

    Hi Ross,

    My son is allergic to all nuts and he doesn’t like “sun butter” (like nut butter but made out of sunflower seeds)

    3 out of these 4 recipes are made with nuts.

    Thats been one of my challenges.

    Thanks for any suggestions.

    Chara

  6. Maria Lamerova Reply

    August, September are the best months to start alkaline. More variety of vegetable, herbs and price are cheaper. I spend probably 4 hours daily preparing, cooking food, cleaning dishes. and I love it. I am doing for myself for my body and for my family. Rather spend more money for alkaline food than for medication. It is habit. Ross you are right just do it.

  7. Cathy Harker Reply

    Hi Ross,
    I understand that carbonated water is acidic but does that include the water that you carbonate yourself by using Sodastresm?

  8. Betsy De Lucca Reply

    I think the #1 challenge I have is making an alkaline meal that my husband will eat. I have begun to introduce more vegetables, and he is eating a bit more of them but it can get boring and frustrating working with the same vegetables. I cook more for myself but it has limited some of the creativity or diversity. Baby steps…..thank you for that. Time management would run a close second.

  9. Mivi Reply

    Hi there,
    Since I got to know you 🙂 and your alkaline diet I follow it, prepare my meals in advance and that is mainly what I regularly eat. Usually a soup or salad at night and a quinoa salad at lunch; my problem is breakfast, don’t like to eat in the morning or don’t know what could be that is light and appealing, maybe a slice of good bread with avocado would do it but… every day? And I am not doing the juice or the smoothies right now 🙁
    Anyway I just would love to get rid of the 15 pounds I gained in my post menopause and I don’t seem to be able to do it, can you help me with this?
    By the way, the snacks idea is genius!!

    Thanks a lot Ross!!

  10. Priya Joshi Reply

    The number 1 problem I have is lack of time. Once I get home from work I need to make a healthy meal but which doesn’t leave me feeling hungry & unsatisfied and that doesn’t require hours in the kitchen.

  11. Junell Mauch Reply

    Ross, I have followed you ever since you started. I lost 80 pounds for the first two years going with the alkaline way of eating. Then I got married, and to a bachelor of 15 years who never cooked at home but ate out all the time. He couldn’t fathom eating like I was eating, so I compromised. I started putting the weight back on, and drinking coffee (my favorite drink sorry to say). Off and on I have gotten back on track with you, and then would go off for a longer distance. I went serious the first 4 months of this year, and felt great and was off coffee, not missing it, and thought I had won the battle, but no…off I went into coffee and eating wrong things, gained back the 10 pounds I lost, and now I feel so sluggish all the time. I know what to do, and you have inspired me once again. This is great, and I’m open to getting a lifestyle that will enhance my life so much! Thank you for being there for those who need this way of life. I appreciate you much!

  12. Nancy Reply

    The Bliss Balls are so good I tend to eat them all in one day instead of eating other food.

    They are really good.

  13. Margaret Nicholls Reply

    I have an obsession with snack food. If I make a snack, it is there ready for me to eat at anytime. I will therefore eat nothing else until it is all gone. (Doh!) What helps me is to freeze the snacks and then defrost one snack portion size each day. I’m not sure what I can do with the salted cashew nuts that I constantly eat?

  14. Zelie Reply

    Hi Ross!

    I’ve been following you for a while and
    I bought your Reset Cleanse book.

    For those of us in Europe could you explain what a “cup” is in grams (or even ounces?) I tried to make a snack with varioys ingredients
    and found it confusing! I understand that a “cup” amount varies depending on the ingredient i.e. powder, grain, granular etc. I referred to the conversion charts at the back of your book. However it would be great and soooo much simpler if you could state exactly how many grams or ounces per ingredient within the recipies?

    Many thanks!
    Zelie
    Dublin Ireland

  15. Barbara Aarden Reply

    There doesn’t seem to be enough variation in just using mostly veg for meals. I get stuck on the same old sauteed veg with either quinoa, buckwheat, brown rice, potatoes or wholewheat pasta!

  16. Shirley Pullen Reply

    This could not have come at a better time.
    Ross you know how brilliantly I have gone with Everything up until last weekend – I came down with a horrible flu/virus.
    Out the window for juices, foods as so lethargic and no appetite, hence all the wrong foods which has made me feel worse.
    Back on track for me, as very important.
    Cheers Shirley Pullen

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