and congratulations to me. I have made it thru the first half of the game, or my 100 day Ultimate Health Challenge. Looking in the rear view mirror it have been an easy trip after all. I have had a few days with some cravings, thou I can count them on one hand. I have slipped once eating bread with margarine, and once eating a cookie. Both times I have failed to focus on why I'm doing this and have instead focused on the feeling of communion eating "ordinary" foods gives. Still after both sidesteps I have had no problem getting back on the waggon again, and I haven't beaten myself up about it. I feel strong in my new daily routines, even thou I do not get in bed in time and have been a bit lazy getting up in the mornings lately (after all it's vacation time). Still I do my routines and eat my divine raw food, and I L-O-V-E doing it!
Perhaps I should have been celebrating more today, yet I have been very grateful today, very loving and very hamonious. So I feel no need to party. Acctually had a dance party all by my self day 48 so that can be an early celebration. I had these enourmous feelings of love and gratitude comming over me I danced and I cried and I screamed. I had so much positive energy just wanting to come out. And I did let it out. :D
Today I'll be breef and post a blogpost I read on nutrition regarding kidney failure and baking soda. Here it is. Enjoy!
"New research by British scientists suggests pHour Salts - sodium bicarbonate - otherwise known as baking soda - can dramatically slow the progress of chronic kidney disease.
The simple household product used for baking, cleaning, bee stings and acid indigestion is so effective it could prevent patients having to be put on kidney machines, the results show.
Around three million people in the UK suffer from chronic kidney disease, which may have a number of causes.
The condition ranges in severity from a mild degree of poor functioning to complete kidney failure.
Seriously affected patients may have spend time each day on a dialysis machine which takes over the function of the kidneys.
An estimated 37,800 patients in the UK receive renal replacement therapy, which may involve dialysis or a kidney transplant.
The cost of looking after kidney failure patients soaks up 3% of the entire NHS budget. On average, every patient on dialysis costs the NHS £30,000 per year.
The pilot study conducted at the Royal London Hospital, Whitechapel, was the first controlled test of the treatment in a clinical setting.
According to Dr. Robert O. Young, Director of Research at the pH Miracle Living Center, "sodium and potassium bicarbonate with magnesium and calcium carbonate has shown positive affects in hyper-alkalizing the tissues and organs and thus reversing many acidic symptomologies such as kidney dysfunction."
The findings have been published in the Journal of the American Society of Nephrology."
Source: http://www.articlesofhealth.blogspot.com/ (posted today)
In divine love and sound health