posted on Feb, 3 2008 @ 02:48 PM
balance your pH.
find out what type of diet you would need to be on to balance your pH, you'll see that it isn't that hard to do and it makes a world of difference.
once the pH is balanced, the arteries stop filling up with cholesterol patches.
eat fatty fish (not fried, not breaded). if you can, buy it local (caught from a nearby water source, like the ocean). salmon is a good fatty fish.
this way you avoid having to buy it in aluminum cans
eat green leafy stuff. the more the merrier. the greener the better. you don't even have to cook it, in fact, if you can eat it without cooking
it, that'd be even better.
really spicy hot peppers.
nuts (if your gut can stand it or you aren't allergic).
local fresh fruits in season.
apple cider vinegar.
yogurt with acidophilus cultures in it.
long-cooking oatmeal (again, if you aren't allergic and don't mind the flavor, texture), which is typically 5 minutes cook time or longer. local
honey. real butter not margarine.
wheat bran flakes to regulate the bowels.
most of this stuff is really easy to fix and doesn't require cooking.
good ideas for those who are worried.
[edit on 3-2-2008 by undo]