Drink green tea regularly.
Is is generally seen as very health (protects from common disease states)
Take something to aid bioavailability (such as quercetin from onions and leeks. Is there enough quercetin in one apple to help? Camomile tea has quercetin in it… can we do a double-dip with green and camomile? Cranberry juice might work too.)
Take an EGCG supplement.
Don’t drink green tea on an empty stomach – or don’t drink much.
Drink decaf while resetting tolerance to caffeine (I suppose cycles differ depending on how much you take when you’re on it – six weeks on, two off for the average fittitor?)
For those that have been left a bit confused, not saying that these so called superfoods are bad, not by any means! Saying that all fruit and vege are just about as nutritious as each other and you don’t need to be going go out and paying $$$
Although we would predict that many of these superfoods would have health benefits, based on their nutrient composition, there usually are far less expensive alternatives. For example, although Chia seeds and Acai juice both contain high levels of omega 3 fatty acids, which are recommended for the support of cardiovascular health by the AHA, omega 3’s are also found in flax seed, fish oil capsules (at $0.02/day) or even just salmon served 2 nights per week. There’s no reason to blow your money on superfoods unless you really enjoy their culinary attributes, which are often mediocre.
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Welcome to my health & fitness blog – a must-read for anyone on aiming to lose a lot of acid from his body. Your body is either Acidic or Alkaline; Acid is Bad and Alkaline is GOOD. Since our diets and lifestyles pump us up with damaging acid, it’s important to consume alkalizing foods and minerals every days so that your body doesn’t deplete its own resources trying to neutralize all that acid. Taking Daily Greens drinks and Minerals neutralize the acids in your body, naturally promoting a healthy alkaline level. Use it every day and get off your acid.
I get asked a lot of questions on my Twitter page so I’m hoping to be able to provide more information on this blog regarding –
• The workouts that I do and workout tips/advice;
• The organic foods that I eat to get off acid from body;
• Healthy green drink recipes; and
You’ll find a lots of common sense stuff about green energy drinks available in market which can be sorely lacking in the online fitness community!