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Invitation to Workshop on Alkaline Diet

Posted on : 17-10-2013 | By : Stephan, The Alkaline Diet Guy | In : Uncategorized



“Maintaining your body as an alkaline environment is the most loving thing you can do for your health
and well being. The best way to create an alkaline environment is to to eat and drink high ph.
We will discuss and demonstrate how we can establish lasting health, a strong immune system
and a gentle well being.

Alkaline food and drinks will be served. Enjoy Organic, Gluten Free, Vegan Meals and Drinks created by German Dr. Jentschura
in concert with high pH Alkaline Water to rebalance the alkaline levels in your body through cleansing, purification and

SATURDAY NOV. 9TH 3 pm to 7 pm

HILTON GARDEN INN, 17610 Stony Plain Rd. NW Edmonton, AB, T5S 1A2

Admission $10 before October 25th & $15 after.
Registration Required; Seating is Limited.

Please contact Nadine: 780-433-4508/ext 223
or email: info@youinfocusproducts.com

Kindly, Stephan

Lecture about Dr. Jentschura Alkaline Program at the Total Health Show in Toronto

Posted on : 28-03-2013 | By : Stephan, The Alkaline Diet Guy | In : Uncategorized


Please visit our lecture about Dr. Jentschura’ Simple Triple Jump at the Total Health Show on the 6th of April at the Spa Stage.

Dr. h.c. Jentschura is German leading expert on a human bio chemistry and developed the “Alkaline Triple Jump to Health and Wellness”.

3:00 PM – 4:00 PM Jeanette Annecchini

Dr. h.c. Jentschura’s Alkaline Purification and Regeneration Program
Jeanette presents the doctor’s ‘secrets to anti-aging and disease recovery program. Experience optimal health through maintaining proper alkaline-acid balance and eliminating stored impurities.

Also find us for free alkaline food samples at Booth 424
More info at http://www.youinfocusproducts.com/

Free Alkaline Food Samples At the Yoga Show This Weekend in Toronto

Posted on : 18-03-2013 | By : Stephan, The Alkaline Diet Guy | In : Uncategorized


Visit us at the Yoga Shown this weekend!!! We will be at Healthy Planet’s booth #601!!! Ask us for some alkaline food and body care samples created by the German alkaline doctor, Dr. Jentschura

Learn more about alkaline rich foods to improve your overall health.

Alkaline Food Lecture in Edmonton

Posted on : 18-03-2013 | By : Stephan, The Alkaline Diet Guy | In : Uncategorized


Menopause Symptoms with Reena Janssen

Reena will discuss how to naturally ease the symptoms of Menopause. Also get the inside information about how to keep your body healthy using Dr. Jentschura’s Alkaline program.

Thursday, March 21

Where: At Planet Organic Southside

Please check out this link

Lots of MDs and NDs know that alkaline foods will improve your health because ingesting them lifts up your body pH.

How To Alleviate Symptoms Of Menopause In A Natural Way

Posted on : 02-02-2012 | By : Stephan, The Alkaline Diet Guy | In : Uncategorized


How To Alleviate Symptoms Of Menopause In A Natural Way
The symptoms of menopause afflict most women in their mid-forties to fifties. They include factors such as sweating, depression, weight increase, hair loss, osteoporosis, arthritis and heart attack. Finding natural easing for the common menopausal links is described in work by Dr. Jentschura of Germany. He links many diseases and experiences of this life period to acidic toxicity in the blood and body systems.

The term itself means a cessation of menstrual cycles. Because the gradual stopping of monthly cycles is accompanied by changes in hormonal levels, it is expected that the hormone changes will create disruptions in bodily health. An increasing level of acid in your body means the organs must work harder to complete the natural cycle.

During and after the menopausal period, the needs of the body change significantly. One part of the triple jump process is to increase the nutrients and minerals in the body so that the acidic buildup and toxicity of the bloodstream and organs is eliminated. Daily purification of the body is important, since it is no longer cleansed once per month through the menstrual cycle.

A solution of bath salts, also used in the application of alkaline stockings is helpful for treating and energizing the external organ, the skin. The stocking can be worn at night and help to provide a natural and restful sleep. Drinking an alkaline tea is another aspect of healthful living with the removal of toxins from the body.

In addition to the Triple Jump tenets, Dr. Jentschura focuses on three commandments for a better lifestyle. These include avoiding harmful things; eat, drink, and do beneficial things; and eliminate harmful things. The alkaline products available online offer a three-pronged approach.

Although the Triple Jump is identified as a program to relieve the symptoms of menopause naturally, it is also useful for anyone who wants to feel better. Remaining healthy and fit for additional decades is the goal of the program of detoxification. No harsh or chemical substances are employed in detoxifying the body.

How do I nourish properly with Alkaline Foods? by Dr. h.c. Jentschura

Posted on : 18-07-2011 | By : Stephan, The Alkaline Diet Guy | In : alkaline diet


How do I nourish properly?

Alkalinity providing foods

Vegetables and fruits

Microwave – no, thanks!

Protective cooking – yes, please!

Herbs, germ buds and sprouts




Chufa sedges

Bitter constituents


Neutral foods

Fats and oils

Acid-forming foods

Meat, lunchmeat and sausages



Milk and dairy products

Cereal products

Cereal-similar plants

Semiluxury food and tobacco

Low-calorie products = poor pleasure products

Ready-to-serve meals and additives

How to supplement nutrition?

Provide a daily plan for an alkalinity providing diet

The intestine – the root of the “human plant”

Drinking keeps you fit: People who drink alkaline water double their daily drinking amount.

Overview of alkalinity and acidity providing foods

You are what you eat!

This well-known proverb illustrates a serious problem that affects a lot of people in our prosperous society since our nutritional habits have radically changed during the last centuries.

For more than two million years human beings have fed on vegetable and plant based foods like wild uncultivated vegetables, nuts, roots, seeds, berries and fruits. Additionally they moderately consumed animal protein in the form of mostly raw meat or fish. Our ancestors often moved for up to thirty kilometres per day on their search for something edible. On the basis of this nutrition and exercise the metabolism, cardiovascular system, physique and digestive tract of the human being were developed.

With the help of vital substances from foods that we eat and drink on a daily basis our organism forms its cells, organic system and physical structures and keeps up regeneration itself.

Nutrition today

Today we eat large quantities of animal protein, salt and fat, sweets and treats as well as white flour products. Acidity providing foodstuffs like sausage rolls, Pizza Salami with extra cheese, soft drinks and chocolate bars are to be found daily in the diet of many people. The oversupply with foodstuffs that contain many “empty calories”[1] does in the long run not only lead to overweight and nutrition- or overacidity-related diseases of civilisation. It also brings about a lack of health-promoting and essential vital substances. In a way it is as if we starve having a full stomach.

Particularly overweight is a serious problem in all age groups today. In Germany 1.9 million children and teenagers between 3 and 17 years are overweight. That is 15 % of this age group. In the age group of grown-ups 55 % of females and 65 % males are overweight. People oftentimes turn to ready-to-serve meals or got to fast food restaurants because they lack time and cooking experience or fall victim to the clever strategies of the advertisement industry. Another important factor that promotes overweight is lack of exercise.

Dietary lessons for parents-to-be and for children and teenagers are not held. Thus a healthy alkalinity providing diet remains a secret for many people.

When is enough enough for the human being?

In addition to the unhealthy eating habits oftentimes lack of exercise or extreme exercise can be observed. Exercise is an important part of a good acid alkaline balance as long as it is pursued in a healthy degree. During exercise acids are eliminated due to increased breathing. Also the enhanced intake of oxygen supports all metabolic processes.

Emotional and physical stress, noise, harmful substances and pollution, emission from mobile phones and other energetic burdens oftentimes are this “enough” for the human being. All these influences promote the development of overacidification of the organism and civilisation diseases like high blood pressure, diabetes, gout and rheumatism that result from it.

We can counteract many of these factors that endanger our health. We have to get active and inform ourselves on healthy nutrition. This brochure wants to make an informative and important contribution to this and throw light on alkalinity and acidity generating foods. It wants to show you how you can create a simple, healthy and alkalinity providing diet. What do you want to change? What are you able to change? Even small changes can make a difference. Take over the reins of health. The decision what you eat and drink every day is yours alone.

How do I nourish properly?

You should select foods that are as natural and unprocessed as possible. With a diet that is predominantly full-value and vegetarian you supply your body with all necessary nutrients and encourage the self-regulation of your acid alkaline balance. Too much acidity providing food disturbs this equilibrium of your organism.

Particularly in old age the organism can no longer compensate dietary sins like it did in younger years. The danger of overacidification rises with progressing age because the performance of liver and kidneys declines. Simultaneously the alkaline reserves in the body decrease. It is also of importance that older people are less physically active.

[1] Foodstuffs that are rich in calories but contain few or no vital substances.

The Return To The Principle Of Alkaline Body Care

Posted on : 24-05-2011 | By : Stephan, The Alkaline Diet Guy | In : Alkaline Diet Health Tips


The return to the principle of alkaline body care
Human skin is a true multi-function organ. It serves as a sense organ, a means of contact with each other, as well as a presentation of inner health. It marks the physical boundaries between inside and outside. The skin has important functions in the field of metabolism and immunology. It is instrumental in the regulation of heat balance and protection of homeostasis. Also the skin protects us daily from adverse environmental influences. Here the so-called acid mantle of the skin is given great importance. To support this protective layer, using soap with a low pH value, should be reconsidered: the application of acid cosmetics can promote acidification of the organism. The return to alkaline skin care is especially important today and is highly recommended.
Man is around the clock in contact with acids, both body’s natural acids (such as lemon acid, or lactic acid, or hylauronic acid) and acids foreign to the body (such as maleic, fumaric, and salicylic acid). The acids not only penetrate considerably damaged outer layers of the skin, but also reach to the epidermal cells, where they usually produce irritation. An experience of the direct effects of acid on the skin has been experienced by anyone who has come into contact with nettles.
The legend from the protective acid mantle
The physical pH-value of healthy skin is currently listed with averages in the range between 5.2 to 5.7. This raises the question how the normal pH-value of the skin is determined, and who is actually responsible for the definition. The answer is simple: Since the end of the fifties selected army soldiers are tested, young people age 18-25, as exemplary examples to determine the values defined as healthy. Concerning any current standard, whether it is the blood fat level, the uric acid level, or the pH-value of the skin, is identified in this population and the average value is transferred to the general population. It is striking that the average pH-value of the skin was still 6.0 to 6.2 in the sixties, while the current value is in the range 5.0 to 5.5.
PH-value and wealth
With the industrialization of food a number of lifestyle diseases like rheumatism, gout, diabetes, eczema, psoriasis and cellulite have arisen too. The increasing consumption of fast food, sugar, coffee, meat and alcohol, and an explosion of environmental toxins have also damaged our skin, because it has to withstand a hitherto unprecedented number of acids from outside and from inside the body. The body’s buffering systems are overworked and when this happens the body begins to deposit excess acids into the subcutaneous tissues. Sebum and sweat, both acidic in nature, leave deposits under the skin, triggering blemishes, eczema, and itching.

Discovery of the acid mantle of the skin
Many of the acidic ingredients on the skin surface come from waste matter deposits in the connective tissues and subcutaneous tissues, and have nothing to do with the normal skin texture. When skin analysis started in the 1930 thies these acidic ingredients were thought to be “normal”.
After the introduction of the first acidic body care products, some short success could be observed in problematic skin, such as with atopic diseases. The so-called “pH-neutral” products have pH levels between 5.0 and 5.5 and are therefore acidic in nature causing acids transported to the skin surface to be transported back into the subcutaneous tissue. Here, only the symptoms of the disease are suppressed, the underlying cause remains.
Function of the acid mantle of the skin
For many decades the function of the acidic protective layer of the skin has been discussed. First the indirect microbiological defence and the direct effect of protection against alkaline pollutants and toxins was in the foreground. The classic findings and insights about the significance of the acidic pH-value of the skin, however, were refuted by more recent biochemical and molecular biological investigations. The thought that in the acidic milieu pathogenic germs are prevented from spreading and eczema formation is avoided, is proven again and again to be false. The number of atopic diseases and bacterial skin infections was never as high as in the last decade (and growing). This, in a period in which the acidic body care in industrialized countries has become widely popular!
Possible symptoms caused by over acidity
Headache, heartburn, gum bleeding, hair loss, fungus, flatulence, haemorrhoids, tendency for allergies, skin diseases, rheumatism, arthritis or gout, osteoporoses, irritability, psychological disorders, fatigue.

Acid from the bathroom cabinet
Many acid body care products are not suitable for continuous, daily use. Some contain a whole range of toxic materials which can be absorbed through the skin pores and deposited in the body.
Often medicated soaps are used, containing very aggressive substances such as sulphur or tar and damaging healthy skin. The use of medicated soap with certain skin diseases, such as psoriasis is therefore questionable. Also perfume soaps contain acidic perfume oil. In the nursing area, these soaps are not used because perfume oils can lead to allergies. “Syndets”, so-called “synthetic detergents” derived from synthetics, and detergents are also in the acidic range concerning the pH-value. Synthetic detergents and soaps containing surfactants (detergent-active substances) lead to an increase in transepidermal water loss. With frequent washing the skin can dry out and become sensitive to fungi, viruses and bacteria.
Oil applications in form of bath oils are often used for dissolving waste deposits like dandruff and scabs as well as used for moisturizing dry skin. Their impact can be harmful: skin pores can be clogged by oil, reducing perspiration and waste transport from the subcutaneous tissues to the skin surface. Oil-containing products should never be applied to irritated skin.
Ointment with high fat, (Vaseline, Bag Balm), coat the skin surface with an insulating and waterproof film. This film prevents evaporation of secretions and creates swelling on the top layer with a sustained hydration; also the release of heat is blocked. It is obvious that their moisturizing effect is very questionable.
The majority of cosmetics contain ethanol or isopropanol (monohydric alcohol), which serves as carrier solution for additives. They dry out the skin and block the natural moisturizing mechanism. Frequent applications of alcoholic body care products can be a starting point for dermatoses, eczema and allergies. Same applies to disinfectants with antibacterial ingredients.

The return to alkaline body care

The history of body care is a history of alkaline body care. The Romans, Ancient Greeks, Persians, Assyrians, Egyptians, all used basic fundamental components that were derived from wood ash and plant ash. The Romans used the fine-grained ash left behind from iron production, as a popular detergent. They noted the beneficial effects on the skin. Cleopatra enjoyed her beauty baths of donkey milk, which has an alkaline effect on the skin. Until 70 years ago body care was alkaline. The well-known example for this is the alkaline washing soap (pH value 8.5-9.0). People with skin problems may recollect the use of washing soap and appreciate its mild, itch-relieving effect. Alkaline body care means better cleansing, better regeneration of the skin by thoroughly clearing away old skin layers. Unfortunately, this knowledge increasingly faded into oblivion over the past decades. The modern acidic body care has a pH value of 5.0-5.5. In the light of modern knowledge one has to ask whether acidic cosmetics should enjoy popular usage, in particular, because the preservation of the acid protective mantle is not dependent on acidic skin care.
A return to alkaline body care is evident. For a few years alkaline body care products with a pH-value of 7.5 to 9.0 for all care needs have been available. Individuals taking regular alkaline baths also change their entire skin care products to alkaline products, and take alkaline body supplements. Individuals made the following observations:
• The hitherto excess or inadequate secretion process of the sebaceous glands, which leads to extremely oily or dry skin, can normalize.
• Under the skin surface deposits (such as cellulite) can be removed permanently. Atopic dermatitis patients may benefit from a reduction in itching and development of eczema.
• Blemishes such as black heads and comedones are rare.
• Skin can become resistant and feel supple.
• For individuals who tend to skin mycoses or bacterial eczema, a significant decrease in infections is observed.

Principles of alkaline body care
The principle of alkaline body care is subject to the basic idea of rejection of acids, such as fat acids from tallow and from callus layer lipids. Basic skin care is meant to aid the opening and regenerative ability of the skin and to accelerate the natural process of homeostasis, i.e. the decomposition of cells and excretion of metabolic waste products. Such a self initiated regulation leads to excretion of acids and wastes forming a protective film. Under the influence of alkaline applications the pores of the skin surface become more permeable, the emerging acids buffered and the natural detoxification and expansion process of the skin layers accelerated. With alkaline body care the skin is gently stimulated to preserve its natural moisture and fat content or rebuild it. For this no supply of external fat carriers like oil or artificial moisturizers necessary. The skin care should take into account the following points for understanding:
• Departure from the so-called “detergent” cleaning (soaps, synthetic detergents)
• Prevention of desiccation and leaching of the barrier layer in the callus skin zone by alcohol treatments (often the starting point of dermatoses).
• Avoiding emulsifiers such as stearyl alcohol, stearate, cetearyl alcohol, etc.
• Prevention of occlusive effects (e.g. crude oil layers on the skin surface)
• Skin repair with skin-identical or up-close skin ingredients
• Moisturize with natural ingredients such as urea, allantoin, mineral salts
• Use of natural biochemical and physical principles such as osmosis, to relieve the skin in addition of deposited waste/impurities.
As an appropriate medium for excretion of waste products and acids from the body alkaline bath salts have proven successful. They are suitable for full, foot, arm, and hand baths, skin liniments, as well as full body compresses and partial body compresses. Regular alkaline water applications can be an effective adjuvant treatment option for cellulite, uric acid diathesis (gout), rheumatism, skin blemishes, psoriasis, eczema and other diseases of civilization. However, not every bath salt is alkaline; The salt from the dead sea is, despite its attributed healing properties, not alkaline and should be used cautiously as a bath additive, because allergic reactions cannot be excluded with extended applications taken by sensitive individuals.
The alkaline full bath
The effectiveness of alkaline skin care can be most clearly demonstrated with alkaline full baths. A few spoonfuls of alkaline bath salts are added to the tub water to achieve a pH-value of 8.0 to 9.0. During bathing, the skin pores open and the deposited acidic impurities are released from the subcutaneous tissue via the principle of osmosis and are brought to the skin surface, where they are neutralized in the alkaline milieu. First the free fat acids become dissolved and then the wax and fat layers, finally the outer callus skin particles being softened and removed. After taking a bath and depending on the individual’s level of acidity, the water pH-value can fall below 7.0. Interestingly there is no skin irritation. The observational evidence is that people using alkaline skin care products regularly, rarely suffer from skin irritation associated with eczema, dry skin and itching.
Alkaline full bath:
Indications: Cellulite, Blemish skin, Acne, Dry skin, Dandruffs, Neurodermitis, Psoriasis, Pityriasis Versicolor, Diaper dermatitis, Contact eczema, Limited set of detoxification function of liver and kidney, Gout, Rheumatic discomforts, Hair loss, Decontamination of intoxication, Detoxification during fasting and diets

Alkaline Foot and Hand bath
One tablespoon of alkaline bath salts should be given in a large bowl of warm water. Bathe both feet or hands 45 min. to 2 hours. It is recommended to regularly add warm water.
Alkaline foot and hand bath:
Fatigue of legs, Corns, Cold hands and feet, Circulatory disorder, Calf cramp, Gout, Diabetic foot, Warts, Fungus, Spider veins, Sleep disorder, Dry and stressed hands
Degradation of acids against civilisation diseases
A functional dismantling of acids is important for the prevention of lifestyle diseases. In addition to alkaline body care, cosmetic and medical treatments can be significantly enhanced by various measures: Here first and foremost a conscious diet is recommended: food rich in fiber, vitamin- and mineral helps to reduce the acid supply. Herbal teas and mineral water make the blood thin and support the kidneys during acid flushing. Avoidance of stress may be helpful. Through regular exercise or relaxation waste deposits and stress mediators in the body decompose quickly. Where it is possible, the addition of nicotine, alcohol or drugs should be avoided.
Author: Stephan Wilmes is an Ayurvedic therapist and the AlkalineDietGuy. He is promoting the alkaline life style to prevent diseases in rebalancing the alkaline levels in your body through regeneration, purification and cleansing.
M. Steiner “The return to the principle of alkaline body care” in Die Naturheilkunde. M. Steiner is the founder of pH-Cosmetics skin care line. To purchase it visit www.youinfocusproducts.com

Book recommendation: “Eat To Live” by Joel Fuhrman, M.D.

Posted on : 11-05-2011 | By : Stephan, The Alkaline Diet Guy | In : Alkaline Expert Interview


Great book! The book is loaded with motivating and encouraging examples of people who not only lost lots of weight but also recovered from life-threatening diseases.

Dr. Fuhrman’s approach is his insight that health is determinate by the ratio of nutrients to calories. The more nutrient-dense your food is, the less you crave for fat, sweets, and high-calorie foods and the healthier you are.

Besides lots of info on how to stay healthy he gives plenty of recipes for fresh healthy cooking. His book on Amazon.

The Sentational Liver Cleanse By Andreas Moritz is part of your alkaline diet

Posted on : 11-05-2011 | By : Stephan, The Alkaline Diet Guy | In : Uncategorized


This is something everybody over the age of 20 years has to do: The sensational liver cleanse by Andreas Moritz. It is truly life changing to get rid of 20-300 liver and gallstones in one weekend cleanse. The liver is the most important organ for blood cleansing. Just imagine what boost your system will experience if you get rid of such a large quantity of calcified stones. All diseases are related to acidification of organs and your liver cleanse will show you the consequences of acidification, but also is a quick remedy for the liver/gallbladder.

The procedere is very simple and improved version of Hulda Clark: You start drinking app. 1 liter of apple juice per day for 1 week to soften up the stones. This is very important to avoid any risk!!
Cleansing day should be Saturday: You stop eating after 1.30 p.m. and flush/cleanse your digestive system with 2 Epsom salt drinks (1 table spoon on small glass of water) at 6.00 and at 8.00 p.m.

At 10.00 you drink a glass mixed with organic olive oil and freshly pressed grapefruit juice (without pulp). Lay down immediately.

At 6.00 and 8 a.m. you drink another 2 Epsom salt drinks to flush out the softened liver and gall stones. You will see results.

At 10.00 a.m. you can start drinking some freshly pressed juice and at 12.00 you enjoy your first light meal again.

Please read Andreas’s book with lots of great information:


Natural Skin Care Should Include A Healthy Alkaline Diet with lots of Alkaline Foods

Posted on : 01-02-2011 | By : Stephan, The Alkaline Diet Guy | In : Uncategorized


People, particularly women, spend hundreds if not thousands of dollars on products each year. Even when they opt for natural skin care, they don’t realize one extremely important fact. One of the most important things to do to look great is to be concerned with what you put inside your body, as well as on it.

It’s easy to forget this. Just because it is on the outside, the skin is treated like something exterior. However, everything you put into your body can provide nutrients for your epidermis, like the rest of your body, to be healthy.

The wrong foods and drinks, however, can also have a very negative effect on the inside as well as the outside of your body. A lot of people experienced this in their teenage years when eating certain foods seemed to make acne worse. However, this correlation between what you eat and the health of your epidermis continues your entire life.

One of the best ways to keep the epidermis healthy is with a diet that is alkaline in nature. Diets that are acidic can have a very negative effect on the body. In fact, many people believe that they contribute greatly to many different internal diseases. The effect on the outside can be just as bad. Gluten-free diets can also contribute greatly to increased health.

When a healthy, gluten-free and alkaline diet is combined with alkaline natural products, you get the best of both worlds. This allows you to give your skin exactly what it needs from both the inside and on the outside. The result will be a healthy glowing complexion that is sure to be noticed.

Whether you’ve always had problem skin or you just want to ensure that it is as healthy as possible, natural skin care can help. The health of your exterior is a direct reflection of the health of your interior. When it is looking its best, you’ll know you’re healthier overall.