Now that you are starting to see the bigger picture of how acidity ruins your health, how can you start alkalising the body? The good news is that it is easier than you think to embrace an alkaline diet. You don’t need to spend a fortune on strange foods or do much other than follow a diet that is rich in healthy, alkaline goodness.

As you start to see results and begin to feel better, you can continue to build on your success. For now, let’s have a look at the easy to implement changes that will help you start alkalising the body quickly and simply.

How to Start Alkalising the Body

These tips are sure to help you kick-start your alkaline diet so that you can begin seeing the benefits offered by alkalising the body.

1. Eat Your Greens

One of the biggest mistakes that many make is not eating enough greens. In fact, increasing your greens is easily one of the most important steps you could take in starting an alkaline diet. Many assume that they have to eat a huge plate of greens to get any benefit. In reality, you could easily eat 5-7 servings of greens each day without feeling overwhelmed. Here’s how to up your greens:

  • Juices and Smoothies. You can easily get 5 servings of greens in a single juice or smoothie. Add in handfuls of spinach and other leafy greens to get a fast, easy dose without having to sit down to a full meal.
  • Salads. You can add salads to every meal as a side. Make sure you skip the unhealthy dressings, though, which undo the goodness of greens.
  • Disguised Greens. Shave broccoli into dishes without tasting it, and spinach quickly wilts down with a bit of butter and seasoning. You can also sneak in broccoli, vegetables and leafy greens into your pasta sauce.
  • Sprouts. These are great on sandwiches, in salads, over toast or even eaten as a snack on the go. Sprouts contain a huge dose of nutrients, giving you a fantastic hit of goodness.

2. Hydrate Your Body

Hydration is essential for many reasons, not least because it neutralises acid. Hydrated people are less likely to be tired, sick and unhealthy people. The average person may drink 2 or 3 glasses of water per day. In reality, you need around 3 to 4 litres of water each day. Drink more water and you will soon feel the difference.

It’s worth noting that water quality makes all the difference. Tap and bottled water are not the best sources. Instead, try high quality filtered water with Sevenpointfive ionic coral calcium.

3. Increase Your Oils

Omega 3 is often referred to as an essential nutrient or essential fatty acid. The body needs this oil to survive and battles to produce omega oils from other sources.

A Harvard study rated omega 3 deficiency as the sixth top killer in the United States. Drawing on research from a 2005 study done by the US National Health Center for Health Statistics, scientists discovered that 72,000 to 96,000 preventable deaths occurred every day, thanks to a lack of omega 3 oils. This compared rather interestingly to the 63,000 to 97,000 deaths caused by high trans fat intake. Simply put, more deaths occur from a lack of the right fats than too much of the wrong fats.

Some of the ways that you can up your omega intake include the following:


  • Sevenpointfive SLO Omega. Easily the very best oil supplement in the world, this is the top choice. There is also a plant-based second choice option for vegetarians – Udo’s, which is 100% vegetarian.
  • Coconut Oil. This oil provides a clean, natural source of MCTs. It’s also heat, air and light resistant, making it one of the only healthy cooking oils. Coconut oil also boosts your metabolism and give the body an instant source of clean, slow burn energy.


  • Other Oils. Flax and hemp oil have a high dose of omega 3, while olive and avocado are good and clean sources of omega 6 and 9.
  • Nuts and Seeds. Flax seeds, almonds, walnuts, sunflower seeds and pine nuts are all a good source of omega. Avoid peanuts, however, which are always stored for a long time, resulting in fungus and mould.
  • Avocado. Avo is excellent in salads, on sandwiches and as snacks.
  • Oily Fish. For those who eat fish, oily fish is also excellent for an omega-rich alkaline diet.

4. Up Your Minerals

A huge part of succeeding with an alkaline diet is getting enough alkaline minerals. The mineral content of the foods you eat is essential. Magnesium, calcium, potassium, sodium, iron, manganese and zinc are all alkaline forming. If you consider the nutrient profile of the most alkaline foods, you’ll notice these minerals present.

Acid-forming foods are low on these minerals, instead, containing yeast, sugar, trans fats and other nasties. Alkalising the body comes down to eating alkaline food and minerals.

Supplements containing these minerals will really help. A good supplement includes Green Vibrance. Containing over 70 ingredients, and 25 billion probiotics, enzymes, fruits and vegetables, liver support, vitamins, trace minerals, skeletal support, and adaptogens, this supplement supports nutrition, supplying an abundance of healthful micro-nutrients, digestion of food, absorption of nutrients and increased circulation, enhancing nutrient delivery to all cells of the body.

The most alkaline foods include:

  • Spinach
  • Kale
  • Cucumber
  • Broccoli
  • Avocado
  • Celery
  • Capsicum/bell pepper

Ready to find out more about how an alkaline body helps you thrive? Get in touch today and let me show you how to start alkalising the body for optimal health and wellness.