Alkaline Diet Shopping List

by Ross Bridgeford

Alkaline Shopping ListHi guys

Something that I am asked for over and over by beginners is a starter alkaline shopping list, those things you need to REALLY get going and start feeling the benefits right away.

I know how amazing it can be to feel that massive positive rush of energy and vitality and all-round positivity when you first start to alkalise and this alkaline shopping list will be a big help to you.

…because I know how frustrating it can be to start with so much motivation and enthusiasm only to be undone by not having the right tools in the box and this alkaline shopping list will get you started right away.

If you haven’t started to alkalise just yet I am so envious of you* (see below)

To make the Alkaline Diet Shopping List useful I have divided it into sections:

  • Equipment & One Off Purchases
  • Alkaline Supplements
  • Alkaline Foods

Please note, that you don’t need every every piece of equipment, and I’ve listed them by Highly Recommended, Recommended and Awesome to Have so that you don’t feel overwhelmed. I’ve also done this for the alkaline supplements too.

Remember, you can live alkaline with no equipment, and just fresh veg from your local market – but all of the equipment and supplements make it way easier. However, I don’t want you to read this and feel like you can only do this lifestyle by spending a fortune. Focus on the BIG and most important purchases that fit your budget and then hit the veggies….hard.

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Alkaline Shopping List: Equipment

In reality, there is nothing that is so important that you can’t live alkaline without it, but all of this equipment helps heaps. As mentioned, I’ve prioritised it for you, so if you have to pick, go for the Highly Recommended stuff:

Highly Recommended Alkaline Equipment

Chanson Alkaline Water Ionizer

Secondly, the water from a Chanson Water Ionizer is not only alkaline with a tip-top pH of 9.5 but it is also antioxidant rich. Can you imagine the difference it will make to your health & energy to go from being dehydrated on crappy tap water to drinking 2-4 litres of pH 9.5, antioxidant-rich, superfiltered water each day? It’s an immense difference.

You can find out more about Chanson Ionizers here

  • Quality Juicer: next up, I recommend you invest in a juicer. There is almost nothing you can do that is more powerful for your health than consume a fresh vegetable juice each day. The alkaline diet goes into OVERDRIVE when you include fresh juice. I thoroughly recommend you make juicing a habit.You really do get what you pay for with juicers and I thoroughly believe that the Hurom KT100 is the best out there on the market.
  • Blender:A lot of people don’t understand the difference between blending and juicing and/or they don’t see why they need both. Blenders blend the whole food, keeping the fiber and make excellent soups and smoothies.
    Juicers juice the food, removing the skin and fiber giving you a thin juice. You lose the fiber but this makes it so much easier for the body to assimilate the nutrients. Remember, you can’t juice an avocado and you can’t blend ginger. But you’d want both in your diet right?

 

Recommended Other Tools to Get Alkaline

  • Sprouter: sprouts are quite frankly…awesome. Basically, a sprouter enables you to grow sprouts! Why do you want to grow sprouts? Because they are super-cheap, super-nutritious, alkaline powerhouses that take the alkaline diet to the next level.
  • Rebounder: rebounding is a very, very effective and efficient exercise that not only tones, burns fat and makes you feel great (and is perfect for beginners or those afraid of the gym) but it is also one of the most effective exercises for giving your lymphatic system a workout.

    I, of course, recommend the Energise Rebounder – it’s brilliantly built, durable and very cost effective. Plus it folds in half for easy storage :)

Awesome to Have

  • Soy/Almond Milk Maker: A very handy edition for making fresh nut milks. The Hurom can do this job too, but if you have a normal whizzy juicer the soy/almond milk makers are very handy indeed, and are pretty cheap.
  • Dehydrator: this is the portal to alkaline snack heaven. You really can dehydrate anything you like and make a whole heap of tasty alkaline snacks – plus you can make delicious raw crackers from flax! Awesome

Alkaline Shopping List: Alkaline Supplements

A lot of people ask me, ‘which supplements are the most important, I don’t know where to start?’ so hopefully this quick rundown will get you moving without having to spend an arm and a leg.

Highly Recommended
Shop for Miracle Greens in your Alkaline Shopping List

  • Green Drink: green drinks are the core supplement of the alkaline diet. A broad range of powdered grasses, green vegetables, fruits, sprouts and more – green drinks give you a huge alkaline boost and are taken as 1 scoop in 1 litre of water 2-4 times per day. My personal recommendations are Mega Greens, Miracle Greens, Pure Energy Greens and Green Superfood.
  • Alkaline Minerals/Alkaline Salts: the alkaline diet is built upon alkaline minerals. It is the alkaline minerals present in foods that determine whether they have an alkalising or acidifying effect on the body and the most powerful of these are calcium, magenesium, sodium and potassium (while manganese and iron get a shout too). Taking a super-high-quality (or as my buddy Will says ‘superlegit’)

alkaline mineral supplement is very beneficial in helping support your body. I personally love pH Miracle’s pHour Salts as it delivers these four alkaline minerals in a bicarbonate form which is essential to the body. See here for Robert Young’s rundown on why salts are so important.

Other Recommended Alkaline Supplements to Shop For

  • Chlorophyll:Chlorophyll is a fantastic way to get dense green, blood building foods into your diet, and liquid chlorophyll is great because you can use it on the go – just a few drops in your water and you’re away!
  • Fibre: I really recommend that, especially if you’re just starting out, you start using psyllium husks. Every time I recommend this I get a heap of people emailing me with glowing reviews! It’s cheap and available on the high street or at the supermarket.
  • Broad Multi: I take a broad spectrum multiviamin/multimineral each day to cover me – it’s a fantastic (and cost effective) safety net. We’re all busy, we all have slip ups, and sometimes even when we eat well an important vitamin or mineral may be missed somehow. I use Quest Vitamins Super-Once-Per-Day – it’s a bit of a powerhouse!

Awesome to Have

  • Salt Spray: pHlavour by pH Miracle is a great product. It’s an alkaline food seasoning (salt) taken direct from the great salt lakes in Utah, but it’s also a great supplement to boost your alkaline mineral intake, curb sugar/carb/tobacco cravings and give you a pep-up.
  • Antioxidant Blend: for it’s all round goodness, free-radical-fighting action, anti-aging-awesomesauce and other delights, I recommend ensuring you get a more than adequate intake of antioxidants. Of course, eating alkaline fills you with antioxidants, as does drinking Ionized Water (which gives you antioxidants all day long). If you’re looking for an antioxidant super-supplement I really recommend pHion’s Berry Superfruit which has an ORAC rating that is the equivalent of 4lbs of fresh fruit – but does not include any of the sugar!

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List of Alkaline Foods to Shop For

This is what I would shop for, to live a week or so on the alkaline diet if I were moving into an empty house with an empty kitchen. So many of the items will last longer than a week (for instance a bag of brown rice) but this is my starter alkaline shopping list!

Alkaline Shopping List: Fruit & Vegetables

  • 5 Cucumbers
  • Spinach (lots)
  • 5 Avocados
  • Lettuce (any kind)
  • Rocket/Rockquette/Rucola/Arugula
  • 3 Capsicum/Peppers
  • 1 bunch Celery
  • Garlic
  • 3 Grapefruits
  • 7 Lemons
  • 3 Limes
  • 5 Carrots
  • 2 Parsnips
  • 1 Sweet Potato
  • 1 bunch of Basil
  • 1 bunch of Coriander
  • 1 packet of Beansprouts
  • 1 bunch of Spring Onions/Shallots
  • Peas
  • Tomatoes
  • Sugar-Snap Peas/Snowpeas
  • Brussels Sprouts
  • 2 Beetroots
  • Broccoli
  • Chillis
  • Cauliflower

Fridge & Freezer

  • Organic Silken Tofu
  • Organic Firm Tofu
  • Unsweetend, Organic Soy Milk/Almond Milk
  • Almond Paste
  • Olive Oil
  • Avocado Oil
  • Sesame Oil

Dry/Pantry/Cupboard

  • Kidney Beans
  • Chick Peas/Garbanzo
  • Black Beans
  • Lentils
  • Bragg Liquid Aminos
  • Soba Noodles (Buckwheat)
  • Brown Rice
  • Sprouted Wraps/Tortillas
  • Sprouted Bread
  • Flax Crackers
  • Herbal Teas: peppermint, nettle, redbush/Rooibos, Lavender etc
  • Dried Herbs & Spices: ginger, cumin, chilli, coriander seeds, nutmeg, herb mix, cardamom, turmeric, cinnamon etc

Putting it all together: buying your alkaline shopping list

Alkaline SmoothieThis is intended to help, not overwhelm so I’d really invite you to apply Tim Ferris’ principle of Minimum Effective Dose to this. Work out exactly the minimum you need to get the desired effect you are looking for, and only apply that. Once you’ve mastered that level you can then go for 99% or 100% – but don’t go for perfection right away – it’s the surefire path to failure. This is an alkaline shopping list to get you up and running with this approach.

This is always the guiding principle at Energise – slowly, slowly – take baby steps. Don’t go for perfection from day 1 – go easy on yourself, take your time. And if you mess up….? Don’t beat yourself up over it, just think why it happened, move on and start afresh tomorrow.

This alkaline shopping list is compiled specifically with items that you do not have to search high and low for. Every item on this alkaline shopping list is available either from myself, from www.energiseforlife.com or in your local supermarket (Tesco, Waitrose and Morrisson’s are all great for health foods now – in Australia, Coles and Woolworths are pretty good too and in the USA I hear Trader Joe’s and Whole Foods are good options).

And that’s everything! With this list you can get alkaline right away, no excuses – JUST DO IT!

Ross

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Notes:

If you’re interested in hearing more from Tim Ferriss, here is my good buddy Olivier Roland interviewing Tim – the interview is in English, despite the site being French.

Tim’s MED is also explained in his own words here

*this is a really nice perspective I learned recently from my friend Jeff, and in turn from his friend Frank. Jeff was hanging with Frank who made a Big Lebowski reference. Jeff commented that he hadn’t seen The Big Lebowski (I know…). Instead of mocking his friend, Frank’s response was ‘Dude, I am so envious of you, it would rock to be you right now!’. When Jeff asked why, Frank’s response was ‘You get to watch The Big Lebowski for the first time!’

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About Ross Bridgeford

Ross Bridgeford is known as THE Alkaline Diet Expert...especially when it comes to implementation and making the alkaline diet REAL in your life. He has been living, learning, teaching, coaching and loving the alkaline lifestyle since 2004 and has written over 650 articles, alkaline recipes, videos and guides on how to live alkaline and stay alkaline for life.

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Stuart July 20, 2014 at 2:20 pm

Grapefruit, lemon, lime, tomato I know for a fact are ACID, not alkali

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Alva Thoams September 2, 2013 at 10:09 am

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Shodashi January 21, 2013 at 1:38 pm

Hello,
Really appreciate your informations and work….thanx…
just a few questions for you…
-I stopped having any sources of sugar but came across figs,which you define under alkaline food..can I eat them for my sugar gravings..??????
-well, stopped having coffee and chai,black tea….but you know can just not live without it…..so I am having matcha (green tea) instead….is this ok???
– and I am a bit confused about sojamilk…is this on the green list???
Thanx again….

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kathleen white December 20, 2012 at 9:29 am

Do you have any tips on reducing cholesterol?

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Rhonda December 19, 2012 at 7:14 pm

Thankyou for all the advice you give to us all. You are very generous!
I do try to eat all advised alkaline foods but unfortunately the odd chocolate temptation is always around the corner!!!!
Merry Christmas and I will try harder next year!

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niki December 19, 2012 at 1:51 pm

ross,i think u are a very nice person and i thank u very much for being here for us. i believe the world is a better place cos u live in it!!! xxx

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Bronwyn December 19, 2012 at 1:06 pm

Thank you once again Ross. Perfect to save on my phone and whip out while shopping! Some of your recipes mention coconut milk (Alkaline Thai Green curry from your first recipe book is my favourite and I have it at least 3 times a week). Is there a reason this is not on the list. Just need confirmation that I can keep using coconut milk/ cream as I add it to most alkaline curries now?
Thanks,
Bronwyn

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mary durell December 19, 2012 at 1:04 pm

Hi Ross,
Thanks so much for all your info especially the book and shopping list. I just bought a vitamix so I’m super excited about making some good alkie drinks and soup! YAY!
See ya,
Mary

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Wanda December 19, 2012 at 12:34 pm

Hello Ross
I find your website very interesting. I live in the Caribbean and would like to know how costly it would be to get a Chanson ionizer shipped to me.

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Kay August 11, 2012 at 1:58 pm

This grocery list contains alkaline recommendations that other sites suggest are high acid selections. I like your list because it combines all the foods I love, but some items are no-no’s on other sites. What to believe?

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Thabo July 27, 2012 at 5:24 pm

Thanks I really appreciate this.

-Thabo

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marjon June 22, 2012 at 7:10 pm

Thank you for all this information!
Where in the U.S. (Seattle) can we purchase the “soy green drink” you were talking about in the course? (sweet cravings) Marjon

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David l t June 22, 2012 at 12:23 pm

Is it possible to get your body too alkaline??
Are there any dangers involved???

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Mark Grieder June 22, 2012 at 10:17 am

Hi -I have been on alkaline food for 2 to 3 years and feel good – except that I developed kidney stones. I am told some vegetables like spinach contain a lot of oxalate and that I have to avoid those. Do you have a comprehensive list of high oxalate foods? Many thanks!

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Natasha June 22, 2012 at 6:14 am

Hi Ross

Would you suggest adding pure organic coconut oil
for cooking to your shopping list ?

I’m not sure how alkaline it is but it’s properties are amazing and the benefits to include in the diet seem unquestionable

Thanks :)

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Nikita June 22, 2012 at 5:24 am

Thank you for the great info Ross. I found however
That when I have alkaline watery stomach bloats terribly
And I experience burning in the abdomen

Why would this happen

Regards
Nikita

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Catherine June 22, 2012 at 5:21 am

Ross, I just read your Alkaline Diet Grocery List.

I see very little bread and cereals. Am I right to assume that
whole grains are basically not good for people with acid problems?

Thank you. Catherine from Oregon

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annie November 5, 2011 at 12:45 pm

Help Ross, I’m confused…The detailed list of Alkaline foods includes Brown Rice The detail list of Acid foods states rice& noodles they are also on the moderately acidic list
I eat porridge oats sometimes with maple syrup at least once a day and always eat brown rice pasta and noodles as an alternative to other carbs. Can you please advise me if this is ok and suggest any alternative fillers
I enjoy your site immensley
Thanks a million
Annie

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jackelyn November 4, 2011 at 12:11 am

hi….i am actually a Malaysian Eurasian.i have severe gastric and also have gallstone.the doctor advise me to try avoid highly acidic foods and try to have more alkaline foods,but its really hard doing so because Malaysian foods are quite unique.but i have tried to have more alkaline foods from your list and so far the pain doesnt come often.at first it wasnt easy finding a food chart that i was looking for but at last i found your list and it really helped me…..thank you….

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Cheryl crisalli October 31, 2011 at 1:17 pm

Am interested in the Hurom KT 100. If I order it from you, will it be coming from the UK? What would the shipping cost be?

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Lisa October 30, 2011 at 7:35 pm

Hi Ross,
I am trying to find where to buy the Alkaline stick on your website or the chanson website. I can not find it . Do I need to use the PH drops also at the same time?I have the pHenomenal now. Is that the same thing? Also I am looking for your link on juicing. I have been fasting and I need to find it soon to transition to.
Thank your for your help, I am very happy to have found your website from my sister .
Lisa

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Darlene October 27, 2011 at 3:58 am

Hi, Ross. Thanks for sharing the list. I will pass it on to others who are interested. Was hoping to see a baby picture.
Congratulations Daddy.
God Bless you!D.

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Chantal October 27, 2011 at 3:13 am

Thank you for sharing your knowledge and your passion!
I realy love reading you.
You are insping me!

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Ross October 27, 2011 at 3:47 am

Thanks Chantal!

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Birdman October 27, 2011 at 12:27 am

While I am implementing some of the things I have seen and read up on here, it baffles me when I read that you should JUICE your fruit not blend it coz it removes the fiber and it will be easier to absorb nutrients, yet you should add psyllium husks to your shopping list for fiber. LOL Contradictions everywhere for me…. but am sorting through them none the less, and using what I feel to work best for me. Thanks

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Ross October 27, 2011 at 1:24 am

Hi Birdman

Nobody is saying that fiber is not good for you, but that sometimes it’s great to give your body a hit of nutrients without it. A balance is ALWAYS needed.

Of course you need fiber.

Ross

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chris golinski October 26, 2011 at 9:56 pm

hi ross just want to say a big thank you for all of the help the food list is great chris

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Ross October 26, 2011 at 11:08 pm

No worries Chris – I’m here to help! Glad you liked the info.

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anne marie October 26, 2011 at 8:16 pm

Hi Ross

As I have been eating a free meat (did eat eggs and fish) diet for over 10 years and no coffee I decided to try the Alkaline diet but I found after two weeks I did loose several pounds but did have not much energy. I take wheatgrass with water each morning but no fish or eggs only spelt or buckwheat flour and ate nuts.. not sure why I did not have more energy. ? I feel OK if I include sometimes pasta and eggs though?
Anne Marie

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Ross October 26, 2011 at 11:09 pm

Hi Anne Marie

Remember it’s 80/20 you’re aiming for and fish is definitely OK to include. Eggs are pretty acidic so keep them to a minimum if possible.

What are you doing for oils? Are you getting plenty of omega3?

Ross

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Ana Rodriguez October 26, 2011 at 6:08 pm

Thank you, thank you, thank you.
It is amazing to realize there are still honest people. Perhaps you could sell the list or print a brochure and sell it, but instead, you are willing to share this marvelous knowledge.
Thank you, thank you, thank you.

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Ross October 26, 2011 at 11:10 pm

I’m all about the good karma!

I am going to make this into a PDF for you guys to download too, probably next week….free of course :)

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Miriam October 26, 2011 at 1:59 pm

I’ve been shopping from your acid/alkaline food chart since you sent it to me; the only thing I can’t buy is anything containing soy products, including Bragg’s Liquid Aminos, as I am hypothyroid and soy messes with thyroid function. I cook for my grandchildren three times a week; once it’s meatloaf (they say mine is awesome but it’s really the meat I buy); once it’s organic chicken; and once it’s wild salmon. After much finagling I found that they will eat almost any veggie if I give them something to dip it in or pour over it (broccoli is their favorite). I put spinach and avocados in their salad, and they like celery dipped in no salt, no sugar peanut butter. I don’t use much starch as I myself am on Dr. Somebody’s Low Starch Diabetic Solution, but the kids love good bread. The sweet potatoes are organic yams cut and brushed with butter or olive oil and oven fried. I was giving them stir fried brown rice with veggies on your list, but it seems to require soy so I’ve slacked off on that. I myself drink half green tea/half oolong, two glasses iced or two cups hot every day, which “seems” to help keep my weight down. Miriam

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Ross October 26, 2011 at 11:12 pm

Hey Miram

Sounds like youre on the right track, you have to find that balance. The soy is not critical – I find that lemon juice, lime juice, coriander and olive/sesame oil makes a fine dressing for any stir fry!

Ross

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Sue Beers June 22, 2012 at 9:35 pm

How about Coconut Aminos? I use that instead of soy sauce. It tastes like a not too sweet teriyaki sauce and I use it to make salmon jerky.

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Elizabeth FitzGerald October 26, 2011 at 1:10 pm

Oh thanks this is just what I need.

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Ross October 26, 2011 at 11:44 pm

Heh, that sounds a little sarcastic but I’ll presume not!

You are VERY welcome Elizabeth! Have a great day
Ross

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Pauline October 26, 2011 at 10:55 am

With your help in Alkaline diet and anti bodics,
Im now cleared of Heliobacteria. I am now eleven stone (from 12 and half)and feel good and active. I still use your guide charts and recommended them to my friends.
Big thank you, Pauline.

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Ross October 26, 2011 at 11:58 pm

Hey Pauline – that is AWESOME! Love it! Congratulations and thanks so much for letting me know.

If you have 5 mins can you email me some more info on ross@energiseforlife.com

It would be great to hear all about it!
Ross

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Gloria Thomas October 26, 2011 at 9:02 am

I am interested in your water ionizer however I have a query
Please explain why bottled RO and tap water are acid forming

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Ross October 27, 2011 at 12:00 am

Hey Gloria

Tap Water: has a pH of 7 or below, has a positive ORP (meaning it is oxidising in the body) and contains fluoride, chlorine, bacteria, heavy metals etc.

RO: is perfectly filtered of all impurities BUT also takes out the beneficial minerals in water and has a +ORP meaning it is highly oxidising to the body. Generally has an acid pH too.

Hope this helps – email me on ross@energiseforlife.com if you have any other questions about the ionizer

Ross

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jenni williams October 26, 2011 at 8:37 am

Hi Ross,
This lis t is awesome. I have just started to get back on the Alkaline wagon. I bought a special offer Alkaline water jug last week and I have already noticed a surge in my energy levels.

Keep up the good work.

Jenni

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Ross October 27, 2011 at 12:02 am

Hey Jenni

Great to hear from you – how’s things? It’s been a while!

Glad to hear you’re getting the results after a wagon-falling-off. It took me falling of a dozen wagons before I cracked it!

Keep in touch
Ross

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Kara Tripp October 26, 2011 at 8:34 am

Hi Ross, I recently started an alkaline diet after listening to Tony Robbins Living Health audio program and the results are amazing. I’ve looked at some of the products you support though and have found them really expensive to ship from the US. Do you know if the greens drink and the Chanson ioniser are available in Australia? I noticed that I can buy the Ioniser on a 24 month repayment program which would work for me but I don’t want to pay a fortune to have it shipped. How do you avoid exorbitant shipping, I’m interested to know.
Thanks,

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Ross October 27, 2011 at 12:04 am

Hey Kara

So if I’m understanding right – you’re in Australia…

I’ll drop you an email about the ionizer installment plan for Aussies (without paying exorbitant shipping :)

Regarding the supplements, that’s a harder one. We (Energise) are based in the UK (not relevant for ionizers) so shipping of supplements can be a little expensive from the UK to Australia – BUT the benefit is that you don’t pay either GST or VAT so the shipping is paid for by this (generally speaking).

Try putting an order through for the supplements you want – the shipping will be calculated for you in the checkout before you have to commit to it – http://www.energiseforlife.com

Look out for an email on the ionizer…

Ross

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maria October 26, 2011 at 8:29 am

Thank you Ross , I was starting to wane from my good intentions , so this information has come at a really good time , Thank you for your time and effort

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Ross October 26, 2011 at 11:13 pm

Hey Maria

It’s what I’m here for! Sometimes we need that timely reminder…good luck and remember – baby steps!
Ross

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Tracy Palazzo October 26, 2011 at 8:02 am

Hi many thanks for this. I subscribed to yr newsletter when my brother was v ill and trying to alkalise his system. Sadly we lost him earlier this year and for a long time I was not v interested in anything. However my own health has deteriorated and I have recently been put on an anti candida diet as well as an alkalising diet. I am a little overwhelmed so this shopping list is remarkably welcome.

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Ross October 26, 2011 at 11:43 pm

Hi Tracy

So sorry to hear your news. I really hope I’ve been able to help with my site. Remember there are loads of resources and recipes on here – just search for what you need!

Ross

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kelly October 26, 2011 at 7:38 am

I love your blog and I love your newletters, and I live in alaska.

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Ross October 26, 2011 at 11:12 pm

Hey Kelly

Thanks so much!

Ross

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