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An Acidic Diet and Lifestyle Is More Deadly Than Smoking and the Cause of Heart Attacks, Diabetes and Cancer!
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A new landmark study published in the Lancet found that, poor or acidic diet is responsible for more than 1 in 5 deaths globally, making it more deadly than tobacco.
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Consuming both low amounts of healthy alkaline foods and high amounts of unhealthy acidic foods are key to these findings.
 
These unhealthy highly acidic foods include, beef, chicken, pork, duck, turkey, fish, dairy, eggs, vinegar, sugar, alcohol, vinegar, carbonated drinks, energy drinks, coffee, black tea, just to name a few.
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The healthy alkaline foods include, low sugar fruit like tomato, avocado, grapefruit, cucumber, peppers of all colors, lemon and lime and vegetables, such as broccoli, spinach, arugula, celery, cabbage, cauliflower, brussels sprouts, just to name a few.
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What you put on your plate can play a serious role in how likely you are to die before your time: According, to the study, a poor or acidic diet is actually the leading cause of death worldwide, contributing to more of them than conventional risk factors like tobacco use.
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In the study, researchers analyzed food consumption habits of adults ages 25 and older from 1990 to 2017 in 195 countries and compared how their diet affected their chances of premature death.
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They found that in 2017, 11 million deaths—or 22 percent—worldwide were caused by a poor acidic diet. More specifically? Of these deaths, 9.5 million were due to cardiovascular disease, over 900,000 to diet-related cancers, over 330,000 to diabetes, and over 136,000 to kidney diseases.
 
On the other hand, more commonly known risk factors like high blood pressure and tobacco use was linked to 10.4 million and 8 million deaths, respectively. Researchers also found that a poor acidic diet is linked to more years lived with disability, too.
 
According to Dr. Robert O Young at the pH Miracle Research Center, USA, “an acidic diet is an equal opportunity killer and the number 1 cause of ALL sickness and disease!”
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The following are the references to this very important 27 year Lancet published study validating the work of Dr. Robert O Young, who suggested in 1984 that there is only one sickness, one disease and one treatment.
 
This one sickness and one disease was described by Dr. Young as the over-acidification of the blood and interstitial fluids of the Interstitium due to an inverted way of living, eating, drinking, breathing, thinking and believing. He then suggested that there was only one treatment in order to restore the alkaline design of the body fluids by using an alkaline lifestyle and diet as described in his research, published papers and books, such as, A Nutritional Approach to the Prevention and Treatment of Any Cancerous Condition, The pH Miracle, The pH Miracle revised and update, The pH Miracle for Weight Loss, The pH Miracle For Diabetes, The pH Miracle for the Heart and The pH Miracle for Cancer.
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You can find Dr. Young’s published research and books at: https://www.amazon.com/Robert-O.-Young/e/B001ILKCSU?ref=dbs_p_ebk_r00_abau_000000 or on his website at: drrobertyoung dotcom
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The Worlds Top 5 Lifestyles & Diets for Health, Fitness, Vitality and Beauty in 2018

The Worlds Top 5 Lifestyles & Diets for Health, Fitness, Vitality and Beauty in 2018

Which Lifestyle and Diet Did YOU Follow in 2018!

Number 1

Dr. Young’s pH Miracle Alkaline Lifestyle and Diet

 

Victoria Beckham keeps her slender physique in shape by following the pH Alkaline Lifestyle and Diet, recommended by Robert O. Young PhD. This plan means you ingest ONLY alkaline foods and liquids to keep your acidic levels in your blood, interstitial fluids, intracellular fluids at an alkaline pH between 7.35 and 7.45. All of these fluids can be tested with the Full-Body 3-D Bio-Electro Scan and the non-invasive blood testing of the chemistry, including pH of the blood, stomach, intestines and interstitial fluids.

To learn more about these non-invasive medical tests click here: (http://www.universalmedicalimaging.com/index.html

The following chart lists some of the acidic foods on the pH Miracle Alkaline Diet to eliminate completely or eat sparingly:

The following chart lists some of the foods you can eat freely on the pH Miracle alkaline diet:

The supermodel Elle Macpherson stated that following a plant-based pH Miracle alkaline lifestyle and diet and taking supplements have helped her look younger than her 54 years. (wwwijuicenow.com and http://www.phoreveryoung,com)

 

“When I turned 50 I realized things I did in my 20s weren’t working anymore,” Macpherson said. “I follow a plant-based alkaline diet, focusing on healthy, whole food. I take green powder and protein powder every day, and I drink three liters of water a day.” (www.ijuicenow.com, http://www.phoreveryoung.com)

So where does a 6’7″ man who weighs over 270 pounds get his protein from? Tony Robbins eats broccoli! Over 50 percent of the calories from steamed organic broccoli comes from protein. It is important to note that the body does not build muscle from protein – it builds it from red blood cells. Muscle, bone, and all organs and glands are made from red blood cells NOT protein! Tony is a strong advocate and walking testimony of Dr. Young’s alkaline lifestyle and diet which he teaches from the stage at ALL his events.

 

Prince Harry and Meghan follow the pH Miracle Alkaline Lifestyle and Diet. In fact it was Meghan who introduced Harry to the alkaline lifestyle.

 

So what keeps Tom Brady so healthy, fit and strong at the age of 41 and still playing NFL Football? The answer is the pH Miracle alkaline lifestyle and diet!

Number 2

The Vegan Diet

 

Beyonce is a big fan of Marcos Borges 22 days of Vegan program which is a vegan meal service. Although not a full vegan, the singer ordered in the service to get in shape for Coachella. “The benefits of a plant-based diet need to be known,” Beyoncé said. “We should spend more time loving ourselves, which means taking better care of ourselves with good nutrition and making healthier food choices.”

The following are just a few of the foods I recommend that you can eat freely when following an Vegan Diet as outlined in The pH Miracle revised and updated book and The pH Miracle for Weight Loss – http://www.phoreveryoung.com

Number 3

The Ancient Grains Diet

 

To keep her energy levels at an all-time high, Angelina Jolie snacks on ancient grains such as quinoa, chia seeds, millet, buckwheat and spelt. “She’s into eating products made from ancient grains and raves about their health benefits,” a source told Marie Claire. “She claims they provide her with nutrients she can’t find anywhere else, plus shinier skin.”

The wonderful benefits of ancients grains like quinoa, millet, buckwheat and spelt, they are low in carbohydrate (sugar) and higher in protein. Keep in mind though I only recommend these grains sparingly and no more than 10 grams of protein daily.

Remember, all body cells, including bone and muscle are made from blood NOT protein. And blood is made from chlorophyll (green foods), unsaturated oil, alkaline water and mineral salts or sodium, potassium, magnesium and calcium.

Number 4

The Paleo Diet

 

Jessica Biel credits her super svelte physique down to the Paleo diet. Heavily endorsed by Pete Evans, the diet works on the ethos you go back to eating like a caveman and eradicate dairy, grains and legumes from your diet. “Eating Paleo just leans you down and slims you up and takes that little layer of fat and water-weight right off your body,” says Jessica. “I do a lot of cooking at home using fresh fish or lean meat like chicken and vegetables,” she adds.

The Paleo diet will provide short term benefits but long term damage from ALL the acidic foods from dairy, legumes and grains such as wheat. You are better off with both short and long term benefits by sticking with a diet that does not cause eventual gland, organ and tissue damage. That diet would be low carbohydrate, low protein and liberal amounts of healthy unsaturated oil, like hemp seed, flax seed, broccoli seed, carrot seed, cabbage seed, just to name a few.

Number 5

The Atkins Diet

 

Kim Kardashian lost 25 kilos in 11 months on the Atkins diet, which is a high acidic protein, low carb diet. “ Anyone who has had kids knows your body changes, and it’s hard to get your body back in shape,” she said. “It takes so much determination, and mental and physical power and energy.”

Unfortunately this diet also has short term benefits with long term damage, especially to the intestinal villi if you are ingesting animal protein which does not digest (unless you juice the animal flesh). Maybe that is why Kim looks bloated in the lower abdominal area. It is important to stay away from this diet unless your protein sources are from green plants such as avocado, broccoli and buckwheat.

Check out the above list of foods to avoid and especially avoid animal sources for safe and healthy weight loss.

The World’s Number 1 Lifestyle and Diet for Health, Energy, Vitality, Fitness & Beauty!

For safe and effective weight loss or weight gain read The pH Miracle for Weight Loss by Robert O Young PhD – http://www.phoreveryoung.com or on amazon.com at: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0446694703/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_hsch_vapi_taft_p1_i1

Maryanne lost over 150 pounds in less than a year following The pH Miracle for Weight Loss.

Scott Jacobs lost over 100 pounds in 12 weeks following The pH Miracle for Weight Loss lifestyle and diet plan.

Ryan Marcotte lost 31 pounds of fat and gained 11 pounds of muscle in 12 weeks following Dr. Robert O. Young’s pH Miracle Lifestyle and Diet!

Donna lost over 100 pounds following Dr. Robert O. Young’s pH Miracle Lifestyle and Diet! See Donna’s before and after pictures below as she shows her new found energy doing the splits on the Jump Sport Rebounder.

To learn more about the pH Miracle Lifestyle and Diet and Dr. Robert O. Young go to: http://www.drrobertyoung.com

Lectures From Around The World

Galina MIgalko MSc, MD, NMD and Robert O Young CPT, MSc, DSc, PhD, Naturopathic Practitioner
Galina MIgalko MSc, MD, NMD and Robert O Young CPT, MSc, DSc, PhD, Naturopathic Practitioner 

Come listen and learn from Key Note Speakers, Robert O Young CPT, MSc, DSc, PhD, Naturopathic Practitioner and Galina Migalko MSc, MD, NMD, in four different countries around the World as they lecture on non-invasive medical diagnostics, the interstitium, pH, nutrition and their break-through research on prevention and non-invasive treatments for cancer, diabetes, heart disease, arthritis, osteoporosis, lupus, multiple sclerosis, infections, and many more acidic-caused diseases.

To pre-register for one or more World Conferences please email phmiraclelife@gmail.com and receive an additional 10 to 20 percent discount on the listed early-bird pricing. You can also register by phone by calling 760 484 1075.

When you enroll in one of our Conferences you will receive a credit for a live and dried blood cell analysis, valued at 1200 euros.

Please check out the Countries, Cities, Dates and Pricing below!

A Vegan Plant-Based Diet Proves Most Effective for Weight Loss

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A vegan plant-based diet leads to the most weight loss, compared with other dietary patterns, according to a new study in the journal Nutrition. Sixty-three overweight adult study participants were assigned to one of five different dietary patterns for a six-month period: omnivorous, semi-vegetarian, pesco-vegetarian, lacto-ovo vegetarian, and vegan. At the end of the study, the vegan group lost, on average, more than twice the percentage of body weight (7.5 percent), compared with omnivores (3.1 percent), semi-vegetarians (3.2 percent), and pesco-vegetarians (3.2 percent). The lacto-ovo vegetarian group lost an average of 6.3 percentage points. The vegan group also had the greatest reductions in total fat, saturated fat, and cholesterol and greatest increase in dietary fiber intake—all protective against chronic diseases such as heart disease and diabetes.
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Turner-McGrievy GM, Davidson CR, Wingard EE, Wilcox S, Frongillo EA. Comparative effectiveness of plant-based diets for weight loss: A randomized controlled trial of five different diets. Nutrition. 2014. doi: 10.1016/j.nut.2014.09.002

Lose Weight NOW Ask Me HOW! The pH Miracle for Weight Loss!

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Alkalizing and good quality healthy fats like the ones I get from Udos oil , (Thank you Udo Erasmus) even shrinks your skin back, you would think I would have so much loose skin with the size of that stomach on the left.But it has gone back and my body has healed itself (Thank You Dr.Robert O Young).DOWN 83 POUNDS!!!!!

To learn more how to lose weight now read The pH Miracle for Weight Loss – http://www.phoreveryoung.com, http://www.phmiracle.com, http://www.amazon.com

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An Unexpected Journey! My pH Miracle of 100 libs. Weight Loss and Renewed Health and Energy!

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Anyone who has known me through the years, has witnessed the continuing battle my excess weight brought to me. As a young child, I developed my love for food early on. I lived for Friday night Dominic’s pizza, big Sunday dinners, followed by rides to Johnny’s dairy bar. Dinner was served promptly at five, and my whole family gathered each night to eat and share the days events. The kitchen table was a happy place. Although I wouldn’t replace those moments, it’s become clear to me, that I chose to linger there a bit too long, continuing to eat past the point of fullness on every occasion.

By the age of nine I became aware that I was bigger in size compared to my friends. At 11, the name-calling started, I was know as Fatso to one of my classmates. The summer preceding Middle School found me in the ER, with an appendix on the verge of bursting. Surgery and a 10 day stay led to some weight loss. I remember thinking, this will be my chance to “get skinny” before school starts! This was the catalyst to many diets that would come and go, causing a yo-yo effect on my weight, and setting the stage for the emotional baggage that went with it. You name it, I tried it.; Weight Watchers, Zone diet, Grapefruit diet, Atkins diet, plus calorie counting. Each one left me tired, hungry and still craving junk food and sweets. This gradually brought the scale up and up and up. At the age of 46, I found myself at 255 pounds. Not only was I severely overweight, but I was experiencing the following symptoms; pain in my joints and muscles, IBS, fogginess in thinking, acid reflux, memory issues, elevated blood pressure, plus unexplained kidney pain that would awaken me each night.

Continue reading An Unexpected Journey! My pH Miracle of 100 libs. Weight Loss and Renewed Health and Energy!

Welcome To My World!

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Welcome to my world, I am Scott Jacobs and what I am about to share with you in my opinion is the largest kept secret in the world. It helped me reclaim my health, my life and an inner peace that I have not had in 52 years. Had I known about this years ago, I could have evaded many of life’s pitfalls and painful situations. My life choices and lack of knowledge and wisdom resulted in a 325 pound unhappy depressed and physically failing human being. One of my mentors, Dr Robert O Young, refers to it as the pH Miracle and says it is Alkalizing love; Development of self first priority. I believe this is a necessary and key ingredient for every human being and a priority to be taught to every child in the world. It would alleviate so much self destruction in our world and we would move from striving to thriving!

Continue reading Welcome To My World!

A Self-Care for a Self-Cure for Obesity – The pH Miracle for Weight Loss!

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The pH Miracle for Weight Loss will help you lose ALL acidic weight bound to fat. Normal weight loss for women is 1 pound per day and for men 2 pounds per day. To learn more read The pH Miracle for Weight Loss!

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You can also watch the documentary “Losing a Ton and Making It Fun!”

“Dropping A Ton and Making It Fun” “The Healthiest Film of All Time!” A Lovable DocuComedy that follows one man’s struggle to lose 180 pounds. You will meet holistic superstars sharing timeless messages, effortless weight loss and how Cancer is Simple!

Before and After Pictures of Rick who lost over 180 pounds!

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The Amazing Health Benefits of Grapefruit

If one has never tasted a pH Miracle, Rancho del Sol ruby-red grapefruit, the first experience may be somewhat disconcerting: less sweet than an orange, less acid than a lemon, and you will find that they are NOT sour to the taste. At first, you may be surprised because you were expecting a sour after taste.  But, the Rancho del Sol organically grown grapefruits are watered with high pH (8.5)  and high sodium water (1000 ppm) that makes these unique tasting grapefruits unbelievably delicious and alkalizing.

The Rancho del Sol organically grown ruby-red grapefruit is the largest of the citrus fruits and the most alkaline. It has also been the object of the most scientific research in recent years. As much for its composition as for its medicinal properties,the Rancho del Sol organic ruby-red grapefruit is surprising investigators, who continue to focus their attention on this incredible alkalizing fruit.

The Rancho del Sol grapefruit pulp contains a moderate amount of carbohydrates and very few proteins and lipids. Among its vitamins, the most prominent is C at 34.4mg/100grams. As for mineral salts, it is high in potassium at 139 mg/100 grams making it an alkalizing fruit, in addition to a certain amount of calcium at 12 mg/100 grams and magnesium at 8 mg/100 grams.

The Rancho del Sol Grapefruit contains hundreds of no-nutritive components. Among these are pectin, flavonoids, carotenoids, and limonoids.

Pectin is a type of soluble vegetable fiber found in many fruits such as citrus. Vegetable fiber was the first non-nutritive food component to be studied because of its medicinal effects. Grapefruit pectin is found in the fiber forming its pulp and in the whitish layer just below the skin and between the sections. The fiber stands out for its arterial protection and its anti-cholesterol effects as demonstrated in numerous scientific experiments.

The flavonoids are part of a group of non-nutritive components known as phytochemicals. Chemically they are glucosides, which are widespread in plant-based foods and whose medicinal properties continue to amaze scientists. The predominant glucoside found in the Rancho del Sol Grapefruit is naringine, which is transformed into naringenine in the body. It improves blood flow, and has anti-oxidant and anticarcinogenic properties.

Carotenoids are a good source of beta-carotene, the precursor to Vitamin A. The Rancho del Sol grapefruit contains many other substances, called carotenoids, which act similarly and facilitates the antioxidant effect of Vitamin C and flavonoids.

Limonoids are terpenoids that constitute the essence of the Rancho del Sol grapefruit.

TheRancho del Sol Grapefruit is particularly rich in one of these – limonene, which gives the fruit its bitter alkaline taste, and a large portion of its proven anticarcinogenic properties.

The Rancho del Sol grapefruit serves to protect the arterial walls from the acidic hardening and induration associated with the deposit of acid bound cholesterol and its consequent acidic calcification, the process known as arteriosclerosis. In this way the Rancho del Sol grapefruit increases the volume of blood reaching the tissues and improves circulation. Pectin is the non-nutritive component that is principally associated with this effect.

The protective and healing effects of the Rancho del Sol grapefruit on arteriosclerosis are more pronounced if the whole fruit is eaten and not just its extracted pectin. This is probably because the flavonoid maringine contained in the Rancho del Sol grapefruit has the proven effect of lowering the blood hematocrit when this is excessive (more than 55%). Hematocrit is a measure of the concentration of the blood in cells. When the hematocrit is lowered to normal levels by the effect of grapefruit, the blood becomes more fluid, circulation improves through the arteries, and there is less risk for blood clots, which are the most serious complication of arteriosclerosis. It is important to note that when the hematocrit is low because of excess acidity (causing anemia), the Rancho del Sol grapefruit does not reduce it further, but rather, it causes it to rise toward more normal levels.

The combined components of the Rancho del Sol grapefruit, then, have a positive effect:

1) on the arterial walls, increasing their interior diameter, and

2) on the blood, making it more fluid.

The use of the whole Rancho del Sol grapefruit,including the pulp is particularly useful for all forms of arteriosclerosis, whether or not its is complicated by clotting:

1) cerebral (lack of circulation to the brain);
2) coronary (angina pectoris, heart attack):
3) peripheral (lack of circulation to the limbs).

The virtual absence of sodium and fat in the Rancho del Sol grapefruit, as well as its high level of potassium, makes it very suitable for those challenged with heart dis-ease, particularly heart failure. Those suffering from hypertension should also eat an abundant amount of Rancho del Sol grapefruit, since it has a mild diuretic effect that helps decongest the circulatory system. In these cases the juice is adequate, although eating the whole fruit including the pulp provides better access to the benefits for the circulatory system.

Excess uric acid from eating animal proteins, in any of its forms: gout, urate arthritis, kidney stones, breast stones, brain stones, gallstones, a Rancho del Sol grapefruit is very effective in dealing with these symptoms of over-acidity.

Whenever one wishes to ‘cleanse the blood,’ thus promoting the body’s detoxifying functions (particularly in the liver), one may drink a glass of fresh Rancho del Sol grapefruit juice on an empty stomach each morning. The best results are obtained by following this regime for one month, resting one or two days a week. The detoxifying effect of the Rancho del Sol grapefruit , at least partially, because its limonoids, chelate excess acids in the body and especially the liver.

The Rancho del Sol grapefruit does not promote weight loss in and of itself, although it is recommended in the pH Miracle Weight Loss Plan. However, because of its depurative and detoxifying properties, it is an excellent complement to the diet of anyone wishing to lose weight. This is accomplished by including the Rancho del Sol grapefruit juice in the diet.

An interesting study using laboratory animals was conducted at the University of Florida, USA. During an entire year the animals were fed an atherogenic diet (one that generates arteriosclerosis) very rich in saturated fat and that, indeed, generated arteriosclerosis. From that point, one group of animals was fed small amounts of grapefruit pectin each day. After nine months, the average arterial narrowing in these animals was 24%, as opposed to 45% in those animals that had not been fed pectin.

Other experiments show that grapefruit pectin intake may lower the level of LDL cholesterol by 10.8% in four weeks.

The grapefruit’s specific combination of Vitamin C, pectin, and limonoids help protect against the acids that cause cancerous tissue. Regular consumption of Rancho del Sol grapefruit is a good way to protect against the acid that may cause cancerous tissue.

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Yee G.C. et al. Effect of grapefruit juice on blood cyclosporin concentration, Lancet 345: 955-956 (1995)

Cerda J.J. et al. Inhibition of atherosclerosis by dietarypectin in microswine with sustained hypercholesterolemia. Circulation. 89: 1247-1253 (1994)

Cerda J.J. et al. The effects of grapefruit pectin on patients at risk for coronary heart disease without altering diet or lifestyle. Clin. Cardiol. 11: 589-594 (1988)

Robbins R.C. et al. Ingestion of grapefruit lowers elevated hematocrits in human subjects. Int. J.Vitamin Nutr. Res. 58: 414-417 (1988)