100 Days to Health – Day 043 | Acid – Alkaline Balance

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100 Days to Health - Day 043 | Acid - Alkaline Balance

Week 7 – Day 43


Alkaline-forming foods are all fruit and vegetables, millet (a grain), and almond nuts. the rest of our foods are acid-forming in varying degrees.
This does not mean you cannot eat acid-forming foods, just that they should be about 25 % of your daily intake. This allows for the correct balance between Acid / Alkaline. strive to maintain your alkaline forming foods to 75% of your daily intake. This can be done easily when you follow the guidelines in the 100 Days to Health.
The higher the alkaline-forming foods in your diet, the easier it is to convert fuel (food) into energy and the more balanced the acid/alkaline ratio, the less chance you have of developing degenerative diseases like cancer. Research also shows that the higher the alkaline environment in the brain, the higher the IQ. Overall the benefits of an alkaline environment are an improved immune and hormonal system.
The way to create a more alkaline environment is to eat more alkaline-forming foods.  Adding Guideline # 7 into your lifestyle will help you be smarter, healthier and slimmer.

“I will try to maintain a 75% alkaline forming diet.”


Perfect Health, Revise Chapter 1 -3 especially page 34, Chapter 6 pages 70-74 and Chapter 7.

Try include 20 -30 minutes a day of exercise of your choice.


Condiments allowed
Tinned or packaged food allowed except those containing Sulphur dioxide, E200 – E220, Sodium Benzoate, and Sulphites or Sulphates.
Hot beverages allowed
Cold beverages allowed except those containing sugar or additives and especially artificial sweeteners


Condiments containing MonoSodium Glutamate (MSG).
Tinned or packaged foods containing Sulphur dioxide, E200 – E220, Sodium Benzoate, and Sulphites or Sulphates.
Cold beverages containing sugar or additives and especially the ‘avoid at all costs’  artificial sweeteners.

Write down all food and drinks you consumed in a day on your normal old diet before the 100 Days to Health Program. 

Start with what you used to drink when you woke up, breakfast, midmorning, lunch, mid afternoon and evening.

Then based on what you have learnt so far, circle the foods in your past diet that were alkaline-forming. Do the same with your present diet. 

See if you are on track to maintaining the acid/alkaline ratio of 75% alkaline-forming foods and 25 % acid-forming foods.
Maintain the Correct Acid/Alkaline Balance
This is really simple and easy to do if you follow the following 4 steps to maintain a correctly balanced acid/alkaline ratio:
1. Eat 1 fruit meal a day.
2. Snack on fresh and raw fruit/vegetables.
3. Start all cooked meals with raw vegetables.
4. Eat animal protein only once a day.

If you consider that the first 3 steps are already in place having come this far on the 100 Days to Health Program, you will only have to add step 4.

Isn’t it great to know that you’re already making a difference to your acid/alkaline ratio. You’re already 3 steps into maintaining the correct balance.  
For more information read Chapter 7 in Perfect Health. This chapter covers the information about this step in detail. 
Follow these guidelines from Day 43 to Day 49:
Wake up : Drink a glass of filtered water with 3 Herbal Fibreblend capsules. follow with a 2nd glass of water.
Try include 20 – 30 minutes of exercise a day. 
afterwards, drink another glass of filtered water with your 
3 capsules of Aimega and 3 capsules BarleyLife. (Twice daily)
Breakfast : before 10am
Start with a minimum of fruit portion.
Mid-morning – before midday
Drink a glass of filtered water. Eat fresh or dried fruit as a raw snack.
Lunch : before 3pm
Start with raw vegetables or salad. You can eat as much as you like, just do not eat less than 1 side plate.
Mid-afternoon : before 5pm
Drink a glass of filtered water. Eat any raw foods as a snack.
Supper : before 9pm
Start with a minimum of a side plate of raw vegetables or salad. Eat whatever you feel like after that. again there is no restriction.

Remember that if you had animal protein for lunch, you should not have it for supper again. Eating animal protein more than once a day increases the acidity in your body. 

Beetroot and Cabbage Salad

2 medium raw beetroot – finely grated

3 celery stalks – finely sliced, including leaves

1 cup finely shredded cabbage

1 finely chopped spring onion

2 Tbsp. finely chopped parsley

1 cup pecan or hazelnuts or Brazil nuts or sunflower seeds

Almond mayonnaise

Cashew or Almond Mayonnaise

1 cup blanched almonds or raw cashews

1-2 tsp Mary-Ann’s Garlic & Herb Salt

1 cup water

3 Tbsp. lemon juice

Optional-2 tsp. ground mustard or mustard seeds

Blend nuts, water, spices and lemon juice

Slowly add the oil (1/2 cup EVO) while continuing to blend

Serve as a dip or as a salad dressing.

Mark’s Baked Butternut

Bake whole butternut in the oven for 1hour (or until soft) at 180ºC

Remove, slice in half and scoop out the seeds.

Spread each half with Chilli Tomato Pesto or plain Chilli pesto and lash with Cashew Mayonnaise make sprinkle with herb salt and chopped parsley.

OR  Cut butternut into chips and bake at the same temp.  When brown, toss in the pesto and cashew cream.

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