crystal faeries

divine love consciousness blog

9th December 2015

In guidance received very early this morning, i was made aware that our DNA is the key to ascension, and that the key to supporting those ascension changes in DNA, is a diet of living food. No news there, but an important reminder.


If you can't plant it in the ground and have it grow...
then it isn't actually "food".


Potential Hydrogen (pH) is a measure of the dichotomy Acidity - Alkalinity. External skin likes to be slightly Acidic (low pH). When it comes to diet, our health is improved by Alakalinity (high pH). In choosing foods, it is not so much, what is the pH of the food itself, but what is the overall effect upon us systemically, as a consequence of actually digesting the food. For good health, it is recommended to eat more Alkalinizing foods, less Acidifying foods.



Alcohol Amphetamines Asparagus Barley Beans-Dried Beechnuts Beef Bread Buckwheat Butter Cashew Nuts Cereals Cheese Chestnuts Chicken Chocolate Cider Vinegar Clams Cocaine Cod Liver Oil Coffee Cornmeal Cottage Cheese Cottonseed Meal Cow Peas Crab Cream Eggs Farina Fish Flour Frog Legs Halibut Ham Hazelnuts Hickory Nuts Hominy Honey Horseradish Jello Kohlrabi Lamb Lentils Lobster Macaroni Mackerel Maple Syrup Margarine Meats Mushrooms Mussels Nicotine Oats Pasta Peanuts Peas Pecans Pistachios Pomegranate Pork Prunes Quinces Rice Rutabagas Rye Salmon Sauerkraut Scallops Smelt Smoked Herring Sole Spaghetti Sugar Syrups Tapioca Turkey Walnuts Wheat Wheat Germ Wine



Agar Alfalfa Sprouts Almonds Apple Cider Apples Apricots Artichokes Bananas Beet Tops Beets Blackberries Blueberries Broccoli Brussel Sprouts Burdock Cabbage Cantaloupe Carob Carrots Cauliflower Celeriac Celery Chard Cherries Chives Coconut Cranberries Cucumbers Currants Dandelion Greens Dates Dill Dock Endive Figs-Dried Grapefruit Grapes Greenbeans Guava Huckleberries Irish Moss Kelp Kohlrabi Leeks Lemons Lettuce Lima Beans Limes Loganberries Loquats Mango Melons Millet Mint Molasses Mulberries Muskmelons Mustard Greens Nectarines Okra Olive Oil Olives Oranges Papaya Parsley Parsnips Passion Fruit Peaches Pears Persimmons Pineapple Plums Pumpkin Radishes Raisins Raspberries Rhubarb Romaine Lettuce Rutabagas Sea Grass Sorrel Spinach Squash Strawberries Swiss Chard Tangerine Turnips Vegetable Oils Water Chestnuts Watercress Watermelon

[Food Combining]

The usual recommendation is do not drink with a meal, do not eat until 20 minutes after drinking anything, and do not drink anything until 20 minutes after eating.

And where the chart suggests not mixing, that is in the stomach because different foods have different digestive needs... therefore...
allow 1 hour after eating simple carbohydrates (e.g. fruits),
allow 2 hours after eating complex carbohydrates (bread, pasta),
allow 4 hours after eating meats, cheeses,
to digest that thing before eating another kind of food... and with merely a few minutes contemplation, you will quickly see that, the worst diet you could ever eat is exactly the kind of meals, with the foods served in the order they're served, whenever you go out to eat at a restaurant... where you should start with the after-dinner aperitif (sweet alcohol) and desert, and then an hour later eat the salad, and then at least an hour after that you can eat the "main course" meat and potatoes, (what, you still eat meat?), and waddle home to digest over the next 4 hours, before you even think of trying to have sex with your partner.
(Hint: make love on empty stomachs before going out for dinner...
and let the wait staff wonder why you have such big grins on your faces.)


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