Original Article from Blog.pHoreverYoung.com

The following are Holiday Season lifestyle and dietary symptoms (called diseases by allopathic medicine) for which I have given new names:

1) “Traveler’s Acidic Consequence” is a result of the sum total consumption and behaviors of a traveler during their more unusual or some what different from normal lifestyle than when they were not traveling. A typical traveler’s day will upset one’s normal metabolism and alkalizing digestive habits. They eat and drink different foods at different times and different volumes than usual, which creates an over-acidic state and a need for more alkaline buffers (bicarbonates like pHour salts) leading to indigestion, nausea, acid reflux, heartburn, belching, flatulence, vomiting, constipation, dehydration and further problems of acidity, depending on the degree of irregularity. “Traveler’s Acidic Consequence” is commonly blamed by allopathic medical science on a particular site on the traveler’s path as if he/she caught something. This current medical ideology is based on Pasteur’s illusionary germ theory and is a scientific myth. The true cause of this condition is the result of the traveler’s acidic lifestyle dietary choices and the lack of alkaline hydration, nutrition and hygiene that can result in this over-acidic condition. All the above symptoms is the body in preservation mode trying its best to restore the alkaline pH of the internal environment of the blood and tissues at 7.365 to 7.4.

2) Holiday Season – “I Ate and Drank Too Much ‘Acid Food’ Dis-Ease” is a result of the sum total consumption and behaviors of a person during the Holiday season eating and drinking everything in site from “swine to wine.” This over indulgence may cause belching and flatulence and eventual heart burn, acid reflux, nausea, constipation and even brain, breast, lung, liver and bowel parasites for which medical science will often prescribe the purple pill. This Holiday Season condition may then lead to the third Holiday Season consequence –

3) “Holiday Season Food Drunkedness” is a result of over-eating and over-drinking acidic foods and liquids and then falling into a drunken state on the sofa or bed for several hours or even days to sleep off all the excess acidity. Falling asleep after a heavy acidic Holiday meal is a common occurrence for acidic over-eaters and acidic drinkers.

4) “Holiday Season Influenza” (The Flu) is a result of the sum total consumption and behaviors of a person during a so-called Holiday acidic feast. A person will consume acidic foods and drinks that they may not know or know that are not healthy or alkalizing, i.e., more sugar or sugar substitutes than normal, alcohol, meats (especially the tape and fluke worm favorites such as pork, beef, turkey, chicken and fish (especially raw fish) and much of this at greater volumes than normal. This person becomes detrimentally influenced physically and emotionally by Holiday acidic foods and drinks. According to medical savants, “Holiday Season Influenza” is commonly blamed on a particular virus contracted from another person(s) and not from acidic lifestyle and dietary choices of that person. Like the acidic traveler, a person chooses to consume on their own as many acidic foods and drinks during the Holiday Season and as a result are suffering from the consequences of their poor dietary acidic choices — this condition is not from some phantom (does not exist) flu virus! The flu is nothing more than the body increasing body temperature to improve circulation to remove excess acidity through perspiration, respiration, defecation and urination.

Also, please keep in mind it doesn’t take either traveling or Holidays for someone to express the symptoms of “Traveler’s Acidic Consequence,”and/or “I Ate and Drank Too Much ‘Acid Food’ Disease,” and/or “Holiday Season Food Drunkedness,” and/or “Holiday Season Influenza.” All you need to do is consume excessive amounts of acidic meats (especially pork, turkey and chicken), chocolate, ice cream, cake, alcohol or other acidic mind boggling thrillers. Any of these four non-contagious lifestyle and dietary conditions can happen anytime during the year. But,the Holiday Season seems to be the time when most people over-indulge in highly acidic lifestyles and diets!

This coming Holiday Season may you resolve not to succumb to the acidic choices that lead to “Traveler’s Acidic Consequence,” or “I Ate and Drank Too Much ‘Acid Food’ Dis-ease,” “Holiday Season Food Drunkesness” and/or “Holiday Season Influenza.”

In love and healing alkaline light,

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