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Blood sugar control in diabetes can be notoriously difficult. You check your levels before you go to bed and they read ‘perfect’, then when you wake up after a perfect nights sleep they are 10mmols [180mg/l] for no reason!

You carefully and diligently monitor everything you eat each day but your blood sugars are never the same twice even if you ate the same thing each meal. High one day, low the next. Why?

It’s the hormones dear! Those little tykes are running your body when you aren’t looking, and they get upset very easily, I mean it doesn’t take much to unbalance our system does it? You throw stress into the pot and voila! you have unruly blood sugars again!

Stress busting can really help you to sort out those blood sugars, there are lots of different ways to get on top of stress, try Yoga, Walking, and EFT (emotional frequency technique), and for goodness sake people turn OFF that television!

Switch your diet for one that is at least 90% alkalising and you will see a huge difference in your blood sugar levels within a few days. Typically it takes around 4 days to see reductions in high fasting numbers, but seeing those reductions is such a boost and gives you the incentive to carry on the good work. And you see a difference in your daytime numbers within a couple of days too.

Go on! give it a try! What have you got to lose?

Yoga for perfect health

Copyright Sharon D. Jones ©2011


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If we are truly honest with ourselves we know that what we eat may not be good for us. The difficulty is in giving up the foods that we are addicted to, I mean they just taste so good don’t they? Fats, sugars and processed carbohydrates are actually quite addictive yet they are so harmful.

The human body gets choked up when it is asked to deal with such large amounts of toxins over such a prolonged time, the outcome is that the body becomes sick and tired, literally!

If we really understood what these tasty processed morsels are doing to or bodies we may just re-think that moment that we are tempted to eat them.

Did you eat any of the following today?

Copyright Sharon D. Jones ©2011

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I am excited to announce that Alkalise Me has now been released in e-book formats.

To read it today go to Smashwords  and choose which format you wish to download, its as easy as that!

Copyright Sharon D. Jones ©2011

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Quite often it surprises people who believe lemons are acidic to find they are actually very alkalising.

But it is true, for although these zesty little blighter’s are technically acid in nature that do have an alkaline effect on the body.

Some tips for getting those alkalising lemons into your system

1. drink half a freshly squeezed lemon juice in hot water helps to cleanse your system first thing in the morning.

2. drink plenty of fresh water each day and add a squeeze of fresh lemon juice as a pick me up.

3. make a vinaigrette using fresh lemon juice, olive oil and your favourite herbs and drizzle onto your favourite salads.

Of course other citrus fruit are also as alkalising, be sure to choose non sweet fruits like limes and grapefruit if you fancy a bit of a change.

Copyright Sharon D. Jones ©2011

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