Some people question what alkaline food and water can do for the body. They argue that, since the stomach is highly acidic, any alkalinity for the body would be neutralized well before it was able to affect the body. These claims fail to look at the bigger picture, and it is important for everyone to know how alkaline water affects… read more →
In the early days when I was just starting to drink alkaline water, I had to go to the Colorado mountains for business. Since it was a two week trip, I decided to take an ionizer and make alkaline water in the hotel room. Since I had the machine, I wanted to use the acid water to rinse my whole… read more →
Here’s a great, healthy snack for kids. These Fruit Roll-ups are easy to make and offer an alkaline alternative to processed and sugar-filled treats. Ingredients: 3 mangoes, peeled, pitted, and chopped Honey or agave nectar to taste (if the mangoes you’re using are sweet, you can omit the sweetener altogether) Cooking oil such as vegetable, canola, sunflower, or sesame oil… read more →
We hear so much about a â€˜Balanced Dietâ€™. However, everyone has something different to say to define what that means. Some say it means having certain percentages of carbohydrates, proteins, fats and fibers in your diet. The percentages vary so much that it can be more confusing than helpful. The trouble is, with the diversity found in peopleâ€™s intake of… read more →
Are you drinking acidic water? We’ve put together a list showing the pH values of some of the most popular brands of bottled water. We’ve excluded alkaline water from this list since most alkaline brands accurately state their pH on their bottles. However we are including our own Alkalife TEN spring water for comparison to standard bottled water.
Watch this video to view a simple experiment examining the pH values of popular brands of water. Alkalife researcher Peter Whang demonstrates how Alkalife’s patented formula turns water that is neutral or acidic into high pH alkaline water with just a few drops. Running time: 5 minutes, 39 seconds
Ingredients: 10 oz. frozen spinach, thawed and drained 14 oz. can artichokes hearts, rinsed and drained 1 roasted red bell pepper, peeled and chopped ½ ripe avocado 1 garlic clove, or ½ teaspoon garlic powder 2 tablespoons fresh chopped basil 2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice ½ teaspoon salt ½ teaspoon onion powder 2 tablespoons nutritional yeast 1 teaspoon honey (optional)… read more →