100 Days to Health – Day 003 | Alkaline

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100 Days to Health - Day 3 | Alkaline

Week 1 –  Day 3 (Alkaline is your new ph)

Tip for the Day

Alkaline-forming foods are the best way to avoid an acid-forming diet. Acid-forming diets lead to disease and interfere with your natural balance of your alkaline body. 

Raw fruit and vegetables leave an alkaline residue in your bloodstream once digested, even the acid-tasting fruit, such as oranges and pineapples.

Raw uncooked fruit does not cause acid in the bloodstream. Some fruit might be acidic before it enters your body, and might digest in a more acidic environment than other fruits, but it is never acid-forming in the body or bloodstream unless it is eaten in a wrong combination with other foods.

The reason for this is simple – fruit eaten on its own, on an empty stomach digests in less time than other foods and leaves an alkaline residue in your body. 

Not only is fruit easy to digest, but it is appealing to all our senses in its natural state. Fruit looks good, fruit smells good and taste good. 

Let’s remember this week is about adding the good things. Add more fruit!


“Success is not final and failure is not fatal. It is the courage to continue that counts.”

– Dale Carnegie

Recipe for the Day

Sun-dried Tomato Pesto

1 cup sun-dried tomatoes(sulphur dioxide free)

1/2 cup cold pressed extra  virgin olive oil

2 tsp dried basil or a handful of fresh basil leaves

1 tsp dried oregano or a couple of fresh oregano leaves

1 cup tomato puree

Mary-Ann’s Garlic and Herb Salt to taste

Soften the tomatoes in a little warm water. 

Drain and blend with the other ingredients, until smooth.

Variation : Add a chilli or two for heat, or serve as a dip or sauce for anything.

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