• Balances blood-sugar
  • Builds the brain
  • Builds the immune system
  • Builds the adrenals
  • Builds the internal fluids that feed and support all your cells

Since many sources of protein only contain a portion of the different amino acids, it is important that you combine different sources of protein. If you don’t ingest all the amino acids in a meal, the body will rob the missing ones from areas in the body where they are stored to complete the chain. This will leave other areas with a deficit.

Protein is only necessary in the morning and some at lunch. Since protein is difficult to digest, we don’t eat it at night. During the night the body needs to rest to store up energy for repairs. If protein is eaten at night, it will drastically change your pH cycle. Your pH cycles over a 24-hour time-frame.

Between 10 and 11 a.m. your pH drops to its lowest point (about a 5.8 pH). A proper breakfast can help to buffer that drop. About eight hours later, the amino acids will be available for metabolic activity and to stabilize the alkaline swing around 4 p.m. (6.8)

Proteins eaten late in the day can interfere with the restful and regenerative alkaline swing that takes place during the night. This also interferes with the liver’s cleansing cycle.

Proteins eaten late in the day also do not get digested properly and cause a toxic overload on the lymphatic /circulatory system. The lymphatic system is a pool for amino acid transportation. Moving this lymphatic fluid requires the body to move. At night the body is resting, thus protein at night causes a toxic build-up in the lymph.

When the lymph is toxic, the blood is toxic. The body becomes acidic and dis-ease festers.