Another Aussie off reflux & asthma medication - hooray
Hello my friend:
In the late 90's years ago when I worked in public
accounting, this time of year was THE height of "busy
Being an auditor meant going to different clients' offices
(mostly hospitals and other "health care" facilities),
feeling tired from working very long hours, interacting
with many people and using a lot of public restrooms...
...All during the most freezing cold months in Central NY--
November to April.
It was the perfect "recipe" for sickness.
And did I get sick... a few really nasty colds and even
The viruses and bacteria were everywhere. And dealing
with lots of people who were sneezing and coughing, plus
using those "health care" facility bathrooms that hundreds
of others used exposed me to a slew of them.
Time wasn't on my side, either. Coronaviruses, which
cause a large percentage of adult colds, are most active in
the winter and early spring.
But the biggest factor was me.
Working long hours meant sometimes skipping lunch. High
stress to get the financials done on time. Hot coffee to
keep warm in chilly conference rooms that was often my
So I was run down and my pH became acidic.
The body's pH affects your entire state of health. Unless
your body's pH is normal (slightly alkaline) it can't heal
itself. It can't effectively use vitamins and minerals.
And having an acid pH makes you much more prone to illness
Things that make you acidic are stress, smoking, drugs,
coffee and most of all, an acid-producing diet.
Although I couldn't control the long work hours required
or the germs around me, there was something I could control
to get rid of the acid in my body.
So I cut out the acid producing drinks for alkaline
drinks. I made time for a healthy lunch everyday--no
matter how busy I was. And I began making sure all of my
meals were predominantly alkaline foods.
It made all the difference in the world.
From that point on, I hardly ever got sick, and if I did,
it was very mild and it would be completely over within a
day, maybe two.
If you get lots of colds, are on one antibiotic after
another or feel like you can barely get out of bed in the
morning most days...
...Then your pH is definitely acidic.
It doesn't matter if you take vitamin C or a multi-vitamin
with iron everyday. If your body is overrun with acid from
your foods and from stress, it can't even use the vitamins
So you're wasting your time and your money.
Give your body the fighting chance it needs. Let me show
you how easy it is to restore the pH balance in your body
by eating scrumptious, filling alkaline-rich foods.
To your health,
PS: Great Taste No Pain has even helped June stop taking
medicine for acid reflux and asthma.