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Sunday, January 3, 2010


Great Lecture in the Sarasota Area:

The Importance of Remineralization

If you are interested to learn about the importance of remineralization (alkalizing your body) you should join me at the following event. Even my husband is coming to learn more about what I've been into for the last several months!

Brian Clement, Director of the Hippocrates Health Institute, will be speaking in Sarasota Thursday, January 7th (I am dreaming about going to this Institute in West Palm Beach, FL but the healing course takes 2 weeks and it's expensive... maybe one day..)

Who: Brian Clement
What: The Importance of Remineralization
When: Thursday, January 7th, 2010 from 7-9 p.m.
Where: Trinity Church, 3101 Wilkinson Rd, Sarasota, FL 34231
Cost: $5.00 to help cover the cost of the hall.

Here is an excerpt from the link below. Click it if you'd like to read the whole article.
Alkalyze your Body through Remineralization

General Principles
The elements of this protocol can be used to dramatically improve any health situation. Before you
begin it is helpful to keep some things in mind.

Be Patient
Your current health situation more than likely took years to develop. It is unreasonable to think that
you can correct it overnight. More than likely a lack of patience has made your health problem worse
causing you to bounce from things that promised a “quick fix” to your problem but in the end only
made things worse.

Exercise Moderation
Imagine your body as a house and if you are sick, it is more than likely that your house needs
cleaning. In the process of cleaning your house, you have the option to go fast and kick up a lot of
dust or be more methodical and to kick up less dust. The faster you go the more discomfort you are
likely to experience. The worst case scenario is the discomfort becomes so great that you have
abandon the approach all together and go grasping at something that may not be good for you to
alleviate the discomfort. It makes much more sense to take things slowly and do things more
consistently over time.

Clean up Your Digestive Tract
First things first, is to give yourself an enema or to go and see a professional colon hydrotherapist.
This is to help clean out your digestive system. If you are not healthy more than likely your digestive
system is not functioning properly. If your digestive system is not working, then it is very difficult for
your body to extract nutrients from the food that you eat. Skipping this first step can minimize the
impact of positive change in your diet.

Rebuild the Positive Bacteria in your Digestive Tract
Purchase a Probiotic supplement (one with a high billion count 8+ and with both Bifidus Bacterium
and Acidophilus) from your local Organic Food Market (Mother’s, Whole Foods). First thing in the
morning, drink a glass of water to water down your stomach acids. Then take the probiotics along
with a glass of skim milk.

Drink Enough Purified Water (Chlorine and Chemical free)
When you are thirsty, you should drink water rather than coffee, soda, or even juice. You can tell if
you are drinking enough clean water if the color of your urine is a very pale. If your urine is dark
then you should increase the amount of water that you are drinking. When you drink water it is best
to sip smaller amounts throughout the day rather than gulping large amounts at once.

Avoid the Bad Stuff Acid Forming Foods and Activities
• Avoid refined sugars (white sugar, high fructose corn syrup etc.)
• Avoid refined starches (white bread, pasta, white rice etc.)
• Avoid chemicals such as preservatives, artificial sweeteners (Splenda or sucralose, Equal or
apartame, etc.)
• Avoid eating fruit and dairy or fruit and meat at the same time (make sure to wait 1 hour
after consuming fruit before eating meat or dairy and 3 hours after consuming meat or dairy
before eating fruit)
• Avoid consuming homogenized milk or products made from homogenized milk (skim milk
products are ok)
• Avoid eating protein or grains 4-6 hours before you go to sleep

Eat Nutrient Rich Whole Foods
80% of your diet should be fresh, locally grown, organic fruits and vegetables with an emphasis on
leafy green vegetables (broccolli, kale, cabbage,romaine, green leaf, or red leaf lettuce etc.)
20% of your diet can be whole grains, nuts, and high quality sources of animal protein
(unhomogenized or skim milk, free-range, grass-fed meats, eggs, wild caught cold water fish such as
Alaskan salmon or sardines)

You can find the rest of the article here :

1 comment:

  1. Hi there, Sorry I don't see your comment here for some reason but I wanted to reply anyway. Unfortunately I am not aware of any forums that would cover remineralization topic but you could research Hippocrates Institute in West Palm Beach, FL to see if they have a forum. I also offer my clients one week cleanse to alkalize their bodies. Thank you for stopping by!