Link to my previous post where alkaline diet weight loss Tip 1, Tip 2, Tip 3 and Tip 4 are described in details. Let’s continue with the other 4 tips:
Make a huge salad with every meal and eat it as a main course. You can’t even imagine how much binge eating of unhealthy “junk” foods this would save you.
You might think this is not much of a tip, after all everyone knows salads are healthy and good. But there is a little trick you should keep in mind:
As the tip headline suggests there are wrong and right way to combine different healthy foods.
How’s that possible, you ask …
The trick is all about the right combination of healthy foods you consume at one meal. Eating 2 different (incompatible) foods causes either one to spoil thus releasing acids and toxins in your body. You already know from my previous post what your body is doing to eliminate those acids and toxins.
A simple example will clear things up more accurately:
So you understand there is no way for those two groups of foods to digest properly at the same time. Your digestive system will be working to digest the poteins, while the carbs will be fermenting, and likewise while digesting carbs, the proteins will be putrefying. From bad to worse, huh?
I know this would sound like a cliché but avoiding stress would boost your weight loss tremendously. I also know there is no way not to be under stress these days. So what can you do in a stressful situation to avoid it, or at least to minimize the bad influence over your overall weight loss progress?
I will back up this claim with a simple example: When you are angry, anxious, worried, feared or hostile for any reason – your digestive system stops working properly, which leads to:
Four times bad, huh?
Well, there are a few stress relieve techniques that might work for some and do nothing for others – it’s completely individual and depends on lots of factors – way of living, health condition, stress situation, one’s personality (age, gender, etc.) motivation and weight loss goals and so on …
There is a way to alkalize your body just by breathing right.
Most of us are the so called shallow “chest breathers”. Unfortunately this breathing technique does not supply our bodies with the maximum amount of oxygen as the other “diaphragm breathing” does.
Lie down on your back, put your hand over your chest and take a normal breath. If your hand moves up and down then you are a chest breather.
Take a deep breath and fill the lower parts of your lungs to their full capacity. Then fill the upper part (your chest) and hold your breath for a sec. Exhale in reversed order – upper lungs first, lower – second.
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