10 day challenge
DAY 10:
Sustaining Your Momentum to an Extraordinary Life
Hello again,

  Here it is – Day 10 and a blazing finish – How do you feel?!

Awesome? Awesome!

You’ll be glad you made a journal.

The 10 Day Challenge represents the first phase of your post-UPW transformation.

It will be of great value to you to be able to review the steps you have taken during this transition. If you haven’t already, you are urged to note all the distinctive changes you are going through – whether in your psychology or your physiology.

There has been so much that is new being introduced to your life it probably hasn’t been easy – (it is a challenge after all.)

But the evidence from thousands of Tony’s Graduates before is overwhelming; the rewards will be well worth the effort!

This is the start of a whole new life journey, make sure you keep your momentum going. 

You don’t have to feel like you’re doing it alone. Tony has a suite of programs designed to supplement the new direction you are taking in your life. You can reinforce the success conditioning you have just undergone with Tony. And you can focus on key areas of your life such as your business or relationships.

Now, while you have the greatest clarity, vision and sense of empowerment  for your future, is the time you should be locking in your next move. The path to success is to take determined action. What simple action could you take today to produce a new, increased momentum toward success in your life?

As Tony says:

“It’s not what we do once in a while that shapes our lives, but what we do consistently.”

As a recent UPW Graduate, you have the greatest opportunities right now to schedule your future triumphs

Today’s Health Reminder: Just say NO to acid addictions

It’s so important to learn the difference between acid and alkaline foods and develop a plan to help you to alkalise and energise!

Why? Well, again – this is covered in detail from page 149 in your workbook but in a nutshell:

The over acidification of our bodies (through the consumption of acid foods, drinks and drugs) can be attributed to be the root cause of almost all illness and disease in the human body.   In an acid environment harmful microforms thrive and our body slowly breaks down trying to maintain an alkaline/acid balance.  In this compromised environment, disease is given the opportunity to thrive and our depleted immune system is not able to ward off illness.

The antidote to over-acidity is, of course, to
a) eliminate acids foods from your diet and
b) to replace them with alkaline forming foods!

As part of the ten day challenge the focus is to eliminate the following seven acid forming foods:

  • Sugar
  • Vinegar
  • Salt
  • Tobacco
  • Alcohol
  • Caffeine
  • Drugs and Prescriptions

However, we recommend that you go one step further on the challenge and try to incorporate alkaline foods into your diet for ten days too.  The combination of these two will give you immense benefits!

Alkaline foods to include could be:

  • Green drinks
  • Vegetable juices (fresh)
  • Salads
  • Lightly steamed vegetables
  • Pure, alkaline water
  • Veggie snacks with hummous
  • Raw soups
  • Herbal teas
 Alkaline Diet Recipes
 
This at a Glance Guide gives you a quick reference chart for the most commonly used alkaline and acid foods.
This is such a useful chart you could print it out and stick on your fridge!Inside you’ll find:

Detailed Alkaline Foods An in-depth look at the foods that have an alkalising effect on the body. Includes vegetables, nuts, seeds, pulses, grains, fats, oils, fruits and more!

Detailed Acid Foods The foods that have an acidifying effect on the body on a scale from mildly acid through to strong acid, to help you make better food choices.

Lookouts and Top Tips There are a number of foods and drinks that at first glance would seem to be alkaline or acid, when the opposite is actually true! This gives you a quick cheat sheet and reference guide to make sure you don’t get caught out.

Download PDF
– The Definitive Acid & Alkaline Food Chart

 ALKALINE

“It is never too late to be what we might have been”

– George Eliot (pen name of Mary Ann Evans)