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Grow Younger Blood™ by John O'Dowd and Dr. Holly Lucille
Live Blood Under the Microscope

varying perspectives of what the observed
morphology actually means.

It's true that an individuals life and health energies
show in the drops of their blood. Using high
powered video microscopes to evaluate the
shapes and other properties of individual blood
cells can be very revealing. Often things are
noticed that are never seen using traditional
methods of blood

Further complicating matters, many
microbiologists seem to work in a vacuum. Three
microbiologists may see or have discovered the
same thing, but they each call it by a different
name. Going further, some biologists have
entertained entirely different philosophies.

In itself, live blood
screening with
microscopy is not a
diagnostic procedure.
However, it can often
point you in a direction
to take you for further
diagnostic testing. For purpose of this article, we
simply want to take you on a view of the "terrain"
so to speak, of the blood to catch a glimpse of the
overall "toxic load" and consequent state of health
of the normal American’s blood.
Of the information that follows some is found in
medical physiology textbooks and is taught in
hematology and microbiology classes. Some of
the information (particularly that which deals with
nutritional aspects of blood morphology) is usually
taught to health professionals through continuing
education and alternative type programs. As
traditional medical and dietetic training is generally
inadequate and often based on incorrect
assumptions about health, these alternative
programs serve, as a much needed venue to
disseminate this information.
It can be controversial. I say controversial
because the definitions, findings, causes, and
correlation's are often the subject of debate. On
one hand there is traditional hematology, on the
other is standard hematology overlaid on a
nutritional framework with different ways of
thinking about health and disease. There are

When the serious student of health begins to dig
into all aspects of healing, he inevitably unfolds
the theories of disease and concepts of microbial
pleomorphism as espoused by individuals like
Guenther Enderlein. Enderlein was a German
microbiologist who did the most extensive and
exacting scientific work in this area. I refer to it as
the German biological perspective. For purposes
of truly understanding blood morphology, this area
of study is an absolute necessity. Unfortunately,
American hematology and medical students do
not get this training. Consequently, the American
health system is absolutely ignorant of what is
likely the biological reality behind a majority of
disease processes.
The following material takes you into all of these
areas. The intent is to give you a foundation upon
which you can further pursue, as you desire.
Additionally, included is a brief overview of the
"alternative" biological perspective for each
microscopic finding. After talking with alternative
practitioners on this subject, it is of my personal
opinion that the alternative view is an interesting
perspective in which to view blood morphology
and the biological processes which happen within.
Blood references: For the traditional hematological
perspective, "Dailey's Notes on Blood", by John F.
Dailey; For the alternative biological perspective
and insight in the work of Guenther Enderlein,
"Blood Examination in Darkfield", by Marie Bleker,
"Introduction into Darkfield Diagnostics", by
Cornelia Schwedtle and Franz Arnoul, and course
notes from various workshops. For the more

traditional medical view, "The Internist" June
1996, Position Statement of the Council on
Diagnosis and Internal Disorders of the American
Chiropractic Association.

Blood is the fluid that circulates through the heart,
arteries, capillaries, and veins. It is the chief
means of transport within the body. It transports
oxygen from the lungs to the tissues, and carbon
dioxide from the tissues to the lungs. It transports
nutritive substances and metabolites to the tissues
and removes waste products to the kidneys and
other organs of excretion. It has an essential role
in the maintenance of fluid balance.

are actively engaged in the destruction or
neutralization of invading micro-organisms and
are then transported to sites of infection and
inflammation. For this reason, their life span in the
blood in usually very short (a life span of up to 14
days). When infection is present, their numbers
are greatly increased and they also become more
mobile and move back and forth between the
blood, lymph, and tissues. White blood cells come
in various shapes and sizes:
Granular appearing white cells are known as
Neutrophils, which make up about two thirds of all
white blood cells; Eosinophils which make up
about 2 to 4 percent of the white cell count; and
Basophils - which make up less than 0.5 per cent
of the white cell count.

Blood varies in color from an oxygenated bright
red in the arteries to a duller red in the veins. The
total quantity of blood within an individual depends
upon the body weight. A person who weighs 150
lbs. has about 5 quarts of blood in the body.

Non-granular appearing white cells are known as
Lymphocytes. These are the natural killer cells
and make up about 25-30% of all white blood
cells. Two types of lymphocytes T's and B's are
involved in immunity.

Plasma accounts for about 55 percent of the total
volume of the blood. It consists of about 92
percent water, 7 percent proteins, and less than 1
percent inorganic salts, organic substances other
than proteins, dissolved gasses, hormones,
antibodies, and enzymes.

Platelets or thrombocytes are small, clear, diskshaped bodies about one-third the size of red
blood cells or even smaller and play an important
role in blood coagulation and clot formation. One
of the most important properties is its self-sealing
ability to repair a leak in a blood vessel. The life
span of a platelet ranges from eight to ten days.

The suspended particles of the blood comprise
the other 45 percent of the total volume of blood.
They include erythrocytes (red blood cells),
leukocytes (white blood cells), and platelets
Red blood cells originate in the red bone marrow
and are stored in the spleen which acts as a
reservoir for the blood system. The average red
cell has a life of 110 to 120 days. Aged red cells
are ingested by macrophages in the spleen and
liver. The iron is reclaimed from the dead red cells
and then transported by the plasma back to the
marrow where it is incorporated into new red cells.
The great majority of the cells in the blood are red
blood cells.
Leukocytes (white blood cells) originate in the
bone marrow and lymph tissue. White blood cells

When the blood is brought up on the microscope
for study, it is a good time to also take a reading of
your Saliva pH. You know that pH controls many
things in the body. If the pH is off, many bodily
processes can also be off. Also, if internal parasite
activity (endobiosis) is seen in the blood, it could
be that the pH in the blood has been thrown off for
some time and it's something you would definitely
want to correct. We'll learn more about this when
we cover the biological terrain.

The red ball test was something given to soldiers

during the civil war. If a soldier said he was too
sick or weary to fight, he would get his finger

pricked with a pin to see if the blood beaded up on
the finger or if it was runny with no beading. If it
beaded up, the soldier was considered healthy
and was given his weapon and sent into battle. If
there was no bead, he was sent to the
recuperation tents. You can make note of a quick
"red ball test" when a drop is taken from the
finger. When a drop of blood appears on the finger
it should bead up.

the cell. Rather than being round, they display
many different shapes and are active and moving.
In normal blood there are about 700 to 1000 red
cells to every white cell.

If the ball is absent it can indicate:
-low protein due to: lack of protein in diet,
-poor digestion(lack of food & digestive enzymes),
-kidney problems,
-anemia (low blood iron.)

NOTE: Concerning the names given to the items
that follow, the most widely known terms with
hematological reference have been listed first.
Since we are also studying the pleomorphic reality
behind blood elements, the naming convention of
Professor Enderlein has also been listed. This will
give us more or less a standard which we can use
for naming these biological entities. When
appropriate an AKA ("also known as") has been
added with other biologists’ terminology.

It is absolutely fascinating to watch the play of life

at the cellular level. When you see the indicated
item or activity listed below, the contributing
factors or causes shown are correlated to have
been found in most cases. Certainly variations
may occur in individual situations. Reading live
blood in this fashion can really be considered
more of an art than a science.

The blood serum surrounding the cells is clear
without parasites, bacteria, clots, or other
undesired floating masses. Platelets are free


RBC ROULEAU - Stacked RBC's. Worse stage of

Remember: You are not learning a diagnostic
procedure for any medical malady. Looking at live
blood under a microscope cannot be construed as
making a medical diagnosis.

The red cells are
uniform in size and
shape and appear
as round circles on
a gray
background. The
centers of the cells are lightened somewhat and
slightly off white in color. They reside freely in their
own space, not overlapping or sticking together,
but gently bouncing off each other.
The white cells (neutrophils) are about as large as
two red cells and have a rather grainy appearance
with 3 to 4 dark, irregularly shaped lobes inside

protein linkage.

CAUSE: Protein linkage; often poor protein
digestion; the pancreas may be off; excess dietary
protein, poor assimilation; eating too much animal
protein; blood too toxic (altered blood pH-zeta
potential down) from stress, coffee, cigarettes,
and meat, etc; dehydration, not drinking enough
water (which by the way, is one of the top
undiagnosed causes of many ailments); etc.

SIGNS: Fatigue, shortness of breath - RBC's
cannot carry oxygen; stress on heart; cold hands/
feet - poor circulation.
The results is acidosis as well as generalized
fatigue and less than optimum performance.
Severe or massive rouleau is not infrequently
found in patients with hyperglobulinemia and may
be seen in many
disease states
ranging from
arthritis, multiple
infarction and in
patients with
alcohol intake.

APPEARANCE: These are red blood cells that
contain a bright white center encircled by a dark
ring that makes it look like a target. The center of
the cell does not pulsate or fade in and out, it
remains static and bright white.
CAUSE: May be caused by increased cholesterol
and lecithin content, bile insufficiency, liver
disease, splenectomy or anemia. The lack of
pulsation in the middle of a target cell as opposed
to a healthy specimen is due to the fact that the
cell membrane has collapsed on itself. This is
thought to be due to a lack of iron/hemoglobin.

Megakaryocytes are large cells found in bone
marrow that produce platelets by fragmenting their
cytoplasm. Platelets play a vital role in the
homeostatic process, which prevents blood loss.
When the endothelial lining of a blood vessel is
traumatized, platelets are stimulated to go to the
site of injury, where they form a plug that helps
reduce blood loss.
APPEARANCE: Platelets are typically very dark to
black under phase contrast, are not quite circular,
nor square, and range in size from 2-4 microns.
PLATELET EXCESS - When the platelet count
increases the condition is known as
thrombocytosis. This may occur in certain disease
states such as cancer, chronic infections, and
certain blood diseases. It may cause increased
blood clot formation.
PLATELET DEFICIT When platelet count decreases a condition called
thrombocytopenia occurs. This may happen either
as a result of decreased platelet production (e.g., bone
tumor, chemotherapy) or excessive platelet destruction
(e.g., transfusion reaction, immune response).

CAUSE: High triglycerides, excessive red meat,
stress, caffeine, sodas, chocolate, etc.

(Enderlein)(Also referred to as Colloid Symplasts when
aggregated - Enderlein)

thrombocytes, are small, colorless, enucleated
bodies. They are produced in the bone marrow by
fragmentation of megakaryocytes.

SIGNS: Circulation, capillary blockage, blood
clots, heart.
MED PERSPECTIVE: Severe platelet aggregation
can be a potentially serious finding. Platelet
aggregation can contribute to cardiovascular
disease which is the number one cause of death

in the western world. Several organic substances
may promote platelet clumping which include
collagen, ADP, the catecholomines, certain
immune complexes and fatty acids. Cigarette
smoking often contributes to "hyperactive" platelet

unlikely to hold a conducive pH for yeast growth.

formation. Diabetics and patients with
hypercholesterolemia usually demonstrate
increased platelet aggregation which can
predispose them to clotting disorders which may
lead to a vascular thrombus and vessel

A parallel situation can be made in regard to
elongated gray forms (which will be discussed on
the next two pages). Some writers have called
them FUNGAL FORMS. But the truth is: if you had
fungus in your blood, you'd be dead. However, the
potential for FUNGAL CULMINATION may be
very strong, and if the microbe leaves the blood
and enters the interstitium, organs, glands, etc.
where the pH is different, then indeed that fungal
culmination may succeed. Seeing these forms in
the blood may be a sign it has already succeeded.

BIOLOGY NOTE: Pleomorphistically considered,
all microbes partake in a natural developmental
cycle that begins with the PRIMITIVE PHASE (ie.
colloid), which is microscopically invisible or
visible with difficulty. It proceeds into the
BACTERIAL PHASE; and finally will end with a
FUNGAL CULMINATION. The fungal culmination
can also be replaced by a YEAST

However, following the pleomorphic behavior of all
bacteria, we know that microbial forms can see a
YEAST CULMINATION. If these puffy white
microbes were to move out of the blood and take
up residence elsewhere in the body, like the
interstitium, organs, glands, etc., then indeed they
may go in the direction of a yeast culmination and anti-bodies would certainly be present in the
blood as a result. So, if the white forms are not
outright yeast, you can consider them as a
biological marker for the yeast culmination either
happening somewhere in the body currently (more
than likely), or the strongest potential for it to
happen if the terrain does not change for the

Many microscopists have called the white round
puffy forms as seen in the pictures above YEAST.
This drives traditional physicians crazy because
they've been taught blood is sterile and yeast
cannot be found in the blood.
Researchers however have conducted anti-body
studies in blood with these forms present and the
anti-body tests have definitively read positive for
1994). An alternative view may be held that
although anti-bodies may be present, that does
not necessarily mean the white forms are
specifically yeast. Many contend that the blood is

The culmination of the fungal form of the
easily be obtained through cultivation out of tumor
cells. This was accomplished both by Enderlein
and Schmitt (Munich) as early as 1903.


(fibrinogen) needles in serum.
APPEARANCE: Straight, hair-like formations that
look like pick-up sticks in the plasma fluid.
CAUSE: Liver stress/toxicity/congestion and
associated toxic bowel are suspected when
spicules are present. (Spicules could also be a
healing indicator if undergoing body cleansing,
liver detoxing.)
Toxins such as:
Antibiotics, drugs, alcohol, tobacco, coffee, and
meat. Plugged/dirty bowel, bowel pH off.
Maldigestion and/or bacterial overgrowth can be
suspected as cause of bowel toxicity along with
old, decayed, impacted fecal matter.

can be round, oblong, irregular, or have jagged
edges. (The more jagged the edges, the more
dangerous the finding.)
CAUSE: pH off, low oxygenation, immune system
compromised, and degenerative disease
SIGNS: Fatigue, immune weakness, possible
degenerative disease indications.
MED PERSPECTIVE: The presence of large
numbers of protoplast structures in peripheral
blood is an unfavorable sign. Some authors
propose they are a collection of progenitor
cryptocides (Livingston-Wheeler). Progenitor
meaning existing across millennia at the
beginning, cryptocides meaning cellular killer.
Protoplasts are thought to be related with
infectious disease or neoplastic activity and or Lform bacteria. They are thought to be viral in
Diseases exhibiting increased numbers of
protoplastic elements are numerous and include
neoplastic processes, AIDS, scleroderma and
other connective tissue diseases, infectious
arthritic conditions and disease processes
that impair heart, liver and kidney function.
Diabetes has been associated with

SIGNS: Constipation, indigestion, heartburn,
bloating, gas, flatulence, fatigue, headaches,
backaches. Autoimmune diseases: lupus, MS,
MG, Lou Gehrig's.

(Enderlein) Spheroplast (denotes protoplast in round
formation); Fibrous Thallus (Naessens), Progenitor
cryptocides (Livingston-Wheeler).

nucleus. Rather large structure in the blood of
which much is still not known. Said to be a
bacterial parasite which produces toxic byproducts (endotoxins); indicates body is toxic and
physically run down; can invade body tissues.
APPEARANCE: Looks like a rock in the blood. It

Dry Layer Oxidative Stress Test
Health care practitioners that use a microscope in
their practice for patient education have a unique
ability to observe the extent of free radical activity
taking place in the body. This is through a
procedure called the Dry Layer Oxidative Stress
Test. It is very simple. A drop of blood from the
fingertip is placed on a specimen slide in a series
of layers. After the layers dry, they are observed
under the microscope.
Blood is an interesting indicator of health and
where free radicals are concerned, their activity
impacts blood morphology. Putting it very simply,
when free radicals attack cells, damage is done.
The stuff that lies between cells and holds them
together is the interstitium, or extra cellular matrix.

Through free radical attack, cells get damaged,
enzyme activity is altered, and the extra cellular
matrix around the cells becomes compromised.
Water soluble fragments of this matrix get into the
blood stream and then alter the blood clotting
cascade. With that done, it was found that blood
does not coagulate perfectly. This is one
mechanism for altering a "normal" blood pattern.
Reading the dry layers of blood is like reading an
inkblot. It can be very revealing as to the overall
state of one's health. Blood from a healthy person
will be uniform in coagulation, and tightly
From an individual with
health problems and
excess free radical
activity, the dry layer
blood profile will be
disconnected, showing
puddles of white (known
as polymerized protein
puddles). The more ill the patient with free radical/
oxidative stress, the more disconnected is the
dried layer of blood.
The image on the left is a
dried layer of blood of a
healthy individual. Notice
how it is inter-connected
with black connecting
lines. The black
interconnecting lines is a
fibrin network. This is
fibrinogen, one of the protein constituents of the
blood. The red in-between the black lines are the
red blood cells.
The image to the right is of an individual who has
cancer. Notice how the blood fails to coagulate
completely and has many white areas. These are
the polymerized protein puddles and they reflect
oxidative stress. They represent the degradation
of the body's extra cellular matrix from free radical
activity. Since free radical activity has been
implicated in nearly all disease processes, this
test can be used as a quick reference to gauge
the severity and extent of one's health problems.

Researchers have discovered certain biochemical
pathways which create the free radical
pathologies and leave their tell tale signs in the
dry layer footprint of blood. Depending upon the
nature of the degenerative disease, various
patterns in the blood will unfold based upon the
modifying substances inherent within that
particular disease process. It is in this way that the
dry layer oxidative stress test not only reveals the
presence of free radical activity, but the nature of
the disease which has resulted from that activity.
The most powerful aspect of this particular tool for
any doctor is to assess whether the patient is
really getting better, or whether their symptoms
are just getting pushed around. When a patient is
truly getting better, the doctor knows definitively
through this microscopic examination. In the case
of the cancer profile above, as the patient
reverses their disease process, the white puddles
will begin to fill back in with red blood cells.
Subsequent tests will illustrate this event
happening. If the patient is getting worse, the
pattern will continue to degenerate.
Just like reading live blood, reading dry layers can
be considered an art. There is much more
research, peer review and corroborated studies
that need to be done in this area.

How You Rot & Rust
The pH balance of the human bloodstream is
recognized by all medical physiology texts as one
of the most important biochemical balances in all
of human body chemistry.
“pH” is the acronym for "Potential Hydrogen". In
definition, it is the degree of concentration of
hydrogen ions in a substance or solution. It is
measured on a logarithmic scale from 0 to 14.
Higher numbers means a substance is more
alkaline in nature and there is a greater potential
for absorbing more hydrogen ions. Lower
numbers are more acid with less potential for
absorbing hydrogen ions.
Our body pH is very important because pH
controls the speed of our body’s biochemical

reactions. It does this by controlling the speed of
enzyme activity as well as the speed that
electricity moves through our body.
The higher (more alkaline) the pH of a substance
or solution, the more electrical resistance that
substance or solution holds. Therefore, electricity
travels slower with higher pH.

All biochemical reactions and
electrical (life) energy are under pH
If we say something has an acid pH, we are
saying it is hot and fast. As an example, look at
the battery of your car. It's an acid battery. On cold
days you want it to be hot and ready, and you
want your car to start fast.
Alkaline pH on the other hand, biochemically
speaking, is slow and cool.
Compare it to an alkaline battery in a flashlight.
You want that battery to be cool, and to burn out
Here is an example of how pH can control. Look
around you at society in general. Do you see
people getting exhausted, burning out, and quick
to anger? Do you see a rise in violence? In part it
could be due to the fact that people today lean to
an acid pH.

happening in our body.
pH is behind the body’s electrical system,
intracellular activity, the way our body utilizes
enzymes, and minerals, and vitamins. That is why
pH is one of the first things to be looked at if you
are experiencing unbalance in your body in any
way, shape, or form. And since our bodies pH
level is a direct result of what we eat and drink,
anytime we are experiencing imbalance, we need
to look at what we have historically been eating
and drinking because this impacts our pH. It's a
circle. You can't look at one without looking at the
What we eat and drink is directly tied to our
digestive system. From our mouth through our
small intestines and through our colon, that
system plays the most important part in our
physical well being. This system, what we feed it
and how it impacts our pH, is the essential core to
whether we have perfect health or not. It is really
so simple.
Now you may be thinking that all of this makes
perfect sense. In its simplicity, why doesn't
modern medicine put two and two together
and simply attempt to bring people back into
balance through the food that we eat?
Hippocrates said, "Let food be your medicine.
Let medicine be your food."

As a society we are running hot and fast. How did
we get there? We guzzle coffee for breakfast
(acid), burgers for lunch (acid), wash it down with
king size cola's (acid), and have a pizza (acid) for
dinner. In fact, with this scenario, you could easily
correlate the rise of violence in our society with
the increasing number of fast food restaurants on
every corner.
This does lead me to the second part of the pH
and digestive metabolic equation. pH is under the
direct control of what we put into our mouths. Kind
of makes sense doesn't it?
What we eat and drink will impact where our
bodies pH level falls, and our bodies pH will
control the activity of every metabolic function

If it were only so simple. Modern medicine has
gotten to where it is today in part through a
scientific and philosophical debate that culminated
in the 19th century. On one side of the debate was
French microbiologist Antoine Bechamp. On the
other side was French microbiologist Louis
Pasteur. Bechamp and Pasteur strongly disagreed
in their bacteriological theories. They argued
heatedly about who was correct. It was...

The Argument that Changed the
Course of Medicine.
Pasteur promoted a theory of disease that
described non-changeable microbes as the

primary cause of disease. This is the theory of
monomorphism. This theory says that a
microorganism is static and unchangeable. It is
what it is. Disease is solely caused by microbes or
bacteria that invade the body from the outside.

imminently at hand, he as much admitted that his
germ theory had flaws. But his admission fell on
deaf ears. It was far too late. It could not reverse
the inertia of ideas that had already been
accepted by mainstream science at that time.

(This is the germ theory.)

Bechamp held the view that microorganisms can
go through different stages of development and
they can evolve into various growth forms within
their life cycle. This is the theory of pleomorphism.
He discovered microbes in the blood which he
called microzymas. These microbes would change
shape as individuals became diseased, and for
Bechamp, this was the cause of disease; hence
disease comes from inside the body.
Another scientist of the day, Claude Bernard,
entered into the argument and said that it was
actually the "milieu" or the environment that is all
important to the disease process. Microbes do
change and evolve, but how they do, is a result of
the environment (or terrain) to which they are
exposed. Hence for Bechamp, microbes, being
pleomorphic, will change according to the
environment to which they are exposed.
Therefore, disease in the body, as a biological
process, will develop and manifest dependent
upon the state of the internal biological terrain. At
the core of that terrain, is pH.
Both men acknowledged certain aspects of each
others’ research, but it was Pasteur who was the
stronger, more flamboyant, and vocal opponent to
the quiet Bechamp. Pasteur also came from
wealth and had the right family connections. He
went to great lengths to disprove Bechamp’s view.
Pasteur eventually managed to convince the
scientific community that it was his view alone that
was correct. Bechamp felt that this diverted
science down a deplorable road - a road that held
only half the truth.

Allopathic (drug based) medicine was firmly
entrenched on the road that was paved by
The result of that road is what you see today
practiced as medicine. When a body is out of
balance, doctors attempt to put it back into
balance first through drugs, then through surgery.
The general effect is to remove the symptoms, but
not the ultimate cause of the ailment.
Fortunately there have been and are today
scientists who have continued along the other
road ignored by Pasteur. They have continued the
pleomorphic line of research with great veracity,
though it is largely suppressed and unknown in
the United States.
The American medical establishment does not
look at live blood. But in looking at live blood,
you can clearly "see" that there are bacteria,
microorganisms and parasites that are not only in
the blood, but over time they grow, can change
their shape, and research has proven, they can
become pathogenic (disease producing). This
ability of microorganisms to change is the concept
of pleomorphism we've been discussing.
Understanding this concept is also essential
to the understanding of cancer and its care,
and the care of many other diseases.
Looking at live blood under a microscope
becomes an incredible learning tool and
begins an incredible journey in understanding
that there are living, creepy crawly organisms
that live in the environment of our blood.
These are the microorganisms and parasites
that truly constitute "the fungus among us."

On his deathbed, Pasteur finally acknowledged
Bechamp’s work and said, "Bernard was correct,
the microbe is nothing, the terrain is everything."
It was a 180 degree turnaround. With his death

Today, researchers who look for organisms in live
blood use standard laboratory microscopes with
high magnification that are specially set up to view

the blood under "darkfield" or "phase contrast"
conditions. With darkfield this means that the
blood sample being viewed is actually in front of a
dark background and light is being angled onto
the blood sample from the sides. Under phase
contrast conditions, the light coming through the
specimen is shifted into two beams, one slightly
out of phase with the other. These techniques
allow nearly invisible microorganisms within the
blood to be "lit up" and seen. It also clearly
delineates the blood cells. This method is in
contrast to the standard microscope "brightfield"
conditions where light shines directly through the
viewed sample.
Using this microscopic technology, German
bacteriologist Guenther Enderlein (a student of
Bechamp) discovered tiny microorganisms which
he called protits. These tiny microorganisms
flourished in the blood cells, plasma body fluids,
and tissues, living in harmony with the body in a
symbiotic or mutually beneficial relationship. He
considered the protit as one of the body's
smallest, organized, biological units.
The most interesting thing about this
microorganism is its ability to change and adapt to
its environment. It was observed that when there
was severe change or deterioration in the body's
internal environment (most noted by changes in
pH), these microorganisms would pass through
several different stages of cyclic development,
advancing from harmless agents to disease
producing (pathological) bacteria or fungi.
His book 'The Life Cycle of Bacteria' (Bakterian
Cyclogenie) presented his theory. From his
research he was able to produce natural biological
answers to many of the degenerative disease
processes plaguing western civilization today.
Other researchers have continued along the path
blazed by Enderlein and have come to similar
findings. Gaston Naessens discovered the protit
and has watched its life cycle. He calls the protit a
Naessens believes this protit/somatid predates
DNA and carries on genetic activity. It is the
first thing that condenses from light energy, and is
the link between light and matter.

Virginia Livingston-Wheeler also researched the
protit but called it "progenitor cryptocides."
Progenitor, meaning it existed through millennia,
and cryptocides being a cellular killer essentially the ancestral hidden killer cancer.
Like Naessens, Livingston did some excellent
cancer research. Some of her best research was
done along with two other women, Eleanor
Alexander-Jackson and Irene Diller. They referred
to this microbe as the cancer microbe. But in truth it
is much more then that.
From all indications, Enderlein laid out some of the
best and most original findings and others took his
lead and furthered the research. Unfortunately,
many scientists work in isolation and for one
reason or another, a lot of information is unknown
by the other, not shared, or given hierarchical
credit, therefore it leaves many who follow in the
dark and without the full picture.
Remember that blood is under pH control. Ideally it
has a pH in a narrow range around 7.3 which is
slightly alkaline. pH around 7.3 is the perfect
environment in which the protit lives in harmony
with the body. But when blood pH is disturbed and
is shifted out of that narrow range, these tiny
microorganisms can no longer live. In order to
survive, they will change to a form which can
survive. It is these new forms that can become
aggressive, parasitic and pathogenic agents within
the blood.
Dr. Enderlein contended there are thousands of
forms and many of these are able to overcome the
body's defense mechanisms causing multiple
disease situations. Some Call it the Kleptic Microbe
Darkfield microscopic studies conducted by Dr.
Rudolph Alsleben and Dr. Kurt Donsbach of the
Hospital Santa Monica clearly illustrated the
proliferation of mutated microorganisms in the
blood of their sick patients. What they observed
was the dance of these microbes in their
pathogenic rage. They called it the 'kleptic
Examining their patients live blood revealed many

of these microbes darting to and fro in the blood
plasma. The more ill the patient, the more
microbes observed. The sickest patients had
swarming hordes of these parasitic mutated
microorganisms within the blood causing great
stress to their immune systems. The doctors
learned that when the blood was cleaned of
these kleptic microbes, it allowed the
rejuvenation of the immune system to
progress in an orderly and rapid fashion.
Dr. Robert Young, a microbiologist in Utah and
author of "One Sickness, One Disease, One
Treatment" discovered the truth about
pleomorphic behavior in the laboratory. He states
It is the over-acidification of the body through an
inverted way of eating and living that causes a
proliferation of the "fungus among us" which
debilitates the body and, if not corrected, will
ultimately cause our demise.
Dr. Young states that all illness is but this one
constitutional disease, its result is mycotoxicoses
- toxicity caused by mycotic infection, or in
other words, a yeast and fungus infection - the
great decomposers of living and dead bodies.
From ashes to ashes and dust to dust, this is
nature’s decomposing mechanism at work.
Fascinating isn't it? If you begin to understand this
concept, you will begin to understand a prime
reason behind why we get sick, how we get sick,
and you will realize that much of modern medicine
is looking under the wrong stones for answers to
many disease questions. For years now, medicine
has considered blood to be a sterile environment.
But they're wrong. Unfortunately, dead wrong for
some of their patients.

because there was an outside germ that got into
the milk? No it did not. It turned sour because tiny
microbes already in the milk changed their form to
adapt to a changed environment.

The Disease Paradigm Shift
One school of thought, modern medicine and the
monomorphic perspective, says most disease is
caused by germs or some form of static disease
causing microbes (the germ theory). In order to
get well, you should KILL the germs. KILL the
microbes. KILL whatever is making you sick.
Drugs, antibiotics, chemotherapy, radiation,
The other school of thought (which encompasses
most other forms of the healing arts unrelated to
medicine) says most disease is caused by some
imbalance in the body brought about by some
nutritional, electrical, structural, toxicological or
biological equation. In order to get well, you need
to re-establish balance in your body by working
with your body, not against it.
For the pleomorphic scientists like Enderlein,
Naessens, Livingston, Young and others, disease
is in large measure a function of biology and it
is a biologically driven event that takes place
in the body when metabolic processes are
thrown off. These metabolic processes are
thrown off largely by diet, nutritional and
environmental factors.
Embracing the biological view gives new insights
to the disease process and is truly another
paradigm for understanding health.
For some researchers, it all boils down to this…

Blood is not a sterile environment, nor is it a
static environment. That environment can
change (most notably through diet) and
microorganisms in the blood can evolve and
change too. The fact is, we can see this type of
evolution and change going on throughout all of
nature. If you leave a bowl of milk out on the
kitchen table for a few days without refrigeration, it
will turn sour fairly quickly. Did it turn sour

We have, living within our blood, colloids of life.
The colloids of life are what Enderlein called the
protit. Colloids are particles that measure .01
to .0001 microns in diameter (that's about 4
hundred thousandths to 4 millionths of an inch.)
There is some point in space and time where the
colloids of life (the smallest of biological living
particles in the physical realm) were beget from

the colloids of light (the spiritual realm).
The first individual to actually catch a glimpse of
this occurrence was Anton Leeuwenhoek who
lived in the 17th century. He had ground glass to
create the first microscope. In observing some
rainwater he collected, he made note that there
were teeny creatures moving about. Wondering
where they came from, he did an experiment. He
collected clean fresh rainwater and sealed it in
pipettes. At first, nothing was in the water. Hours
and a few days later, nothing still was in the water.
But on the fourth day, all of a sudden, little teeny
creatures appeared. Where did they come from? It
was spontaneous generation. Life out of light.
Leeuwenhoek took his research to Robert
Boyle, the father of chemistry as we know it,
and to Sir Isaac Newton who wrote many of
the principles of physics. They did not believe
that life could beget from light or in their way of
thinking, from nothing. This was a time when the
church played a big role in every major decision
that was made. To have life you must have
procreation, a mother-father union. Since there
was no mother or father that created
Leeuwenhoek's teeny creatures, his observations
were surely flawed, and they were dismissed.
What could not be dismissed however was the
observation of a newly discovered microscopic
world. It was a foundation for developing the
beginning ideas of the germ theory.
But what the germ theory failed to explain
then, and fails to explain to this day, is the
question; from where exactly do germs come?
Where is the mother-father microbe? In any
textbook of science, medicine or biology, there is
no explanation. When the germ theory took hold in
the early years of biological science, the religious
dogma of the time shaped the scientists thoughts
who formulated the theories. Since they had no
concrete evidence to answer the question, they
left it unanswered. And it remains unanswered
today. And this is where a new paradigm unfolds.
Germs and microbes are physical life forms. Life
forms which have evolved from something. Since
that something is not physically measurable, then it
must be something that is on a higher vibrational
or spiritual level.

Hence, colloids of light, which beget the colloids of

For an empirical scientist, speaking about colloids
of light is akin to speaking mumbo-jumbo. How
can there possibly be a spiritual or higher
vibrational particle of existence (which for lack of
better understanding I've called a colloid of light)
which is unseen and imeasurable? And how can a
supposed colloid of light become a colloid of life?
In answer to the first question, the truth of the
matter is, empirical science only goes as far as the
current state of physical technology allows. To go
beyond you have to turn to inner guidance,
intuition, and quite frankly, to a quantum physical
or spiritual perspective.

Regarding the second question, how can colloids
of light become colloids of life, doing an
experiment can help to find an answer.
From the writings of Dr. Kurt Donsbach, he calls
this experiment, "making protozoa". The protozoa
are among the most primitive and simplest life
forms. In any biology textbook, you'll never find a
description of where protozoa come from, but yet
you can create them in a test tube. If you take
sterile water, and put in some fresh hay or other
grasses, then mix it up; you will have a solution
that upon microscopic examination, has nothing in
You can scrape the blades of grass with a knife
and observe the scrapings and you will still find
nothing. But cork the tube, wait a few days and
come back. Your mix will be teeming with
bacteria, amoebas and protozoa. Where did they
come from? Under time-lapse photography, you
would observe an amazing transformation. The
grass would lose their striations and become more
vesicular (filled with little bubbles or vacuoles).
The vacuoles would begin to merge and gradually
form a common membrane.
After a few days the little mass begins to move
with a rhythmic pulsing motion. Eventually the
pulsing motion becomes more pronounced and
the glob appears to gather more energy. Soon it
breaks away from the grassy shaft and is a living

mass, classified in biology texts as protozoa. From
this point it can differentiate itself and other
microorganisms appear.
Fascinating isn't it? Just what was that preprotozoan mass pulsing with? Is it the beginnings
of life? Could it be what's called the Life Force, or
Prana, Chi, Eck, the Holy Spirit? The higher
vibrational essence of spirit - the spark of God?
Colloids of light - the spiritual, higher
vibrational "stuff", beget the colloids of life the physical manifestation of animate material
And just as in our protozoan experiment, we find
that the colloids of life have an urge to merge.
How they merge, what they turn into, their
developmental function, all will be dependent
upon the terrain or the environment to which they
are exposed. Voila, we've just uncovered the
pleomorphic theory. The changes in microbes is
based upon the environment in which they live.
The human body strives to maintain the pH of the
blood around 7.3. Above or below this level and
the colloids of life in your blood merge into forms
that may not necessarily be to your advantage.
They can become pathogenic microbes.
At one stage of development, the forms created
by the colloids of life in the blood serve a useful
function. Pleomorphic biologists have discovered
that blood platelet formation is one example.
Platelets are formed out of the colloids of life in
the blood and serve us through the blood clotting
mechanism, a mechanism without which we would
bleed to death from even the smallest injury. But,
just as the colloids of life that form platelets serve
us well, if the terrain of our blood is shifted due to
an inverted way of eating and living, even platelets
themselves can change their shape, or clump
together, or become pathogenic.
The colloids of life can take shape in millions of
ways, specifically how and to what form is
dependent on their environment. From bacterial,
to viral, to fungal - the microbial changes, when it
begins happening in your body, is one mechanism
through which you age, become diseased, die,
and ultimately are returned to the colloids from

which you were assembled - as "from dust you are
and from dust you shall return."
By looking at
live blood
immediately after
taking it out of a
finger, the life
forms in the
blood become
apparent. What
forms you see,
depend on your
state of health.

An Interesting Case History
This picture of blood of a cancer patient leads to a
pertinent story. The story involves how this patient
came about getting her cancer into remission. She
was diagnosed as inoperable and her medical
doctor told her because of her very poor state of
health, there was nothing more they could do.
They suspected she had maybe 30 days to live.
At the time her husband had been seeing an
alternative care practitioner for a problem of his
own. This particular doctor happened to work with
a microscope in his practice for patient education.
As a last ditch effort the man brought his wife in,
hoping that maybe something, anything, could be
done. As they sat in the office, she had such low
energy that she could barely keep her head held
up. Her face was completely white.
As the blood was taken from her finger and put
under the microscope, the doctor peered into the
eyepiece. What he saw, or more to the point, what
he didn't see, astonished him. The woman had
practically no red blood cells, and what she did
have, didn't look very good. There were
pleomorphic microbes all over the place.
Given the situation, where here is a woman that is
next to dead, what can you do? Well, the doctor
said he didn't know if it would help, but he
encouraged her to eat certain key nutritional foods
and substances that he had available off his shelf
and gave them to her. After a little bit of talking

about nutritional concepts, the couple left the
office. When the doctor peered into the
microscope after they left, which was about 30 to
40 minutes later, he couldn't believe his eyes. The
parasitic creatures were everywhere, consuming
everything left in the blood.
One week after following his instructions, the
woman had renewed energy and was actually
feeling better. She went back to her traditional
doctor and wanted to have a blood test. The test
was performed and her red blood cell count had
shot up dramatically. The doctor was rubbing his
hands together thinking that now they could restart her on something like chemotherapy. She
said something to the affect of "no thanks doc, I
just wanted another opinion, adios." Since the
hospital had essentially given her up for dead, she
didn't want anything to do with them.
With her renewed energy and new hope, she
started seriously looking at alternative treatment
options. She settled on a course of action and
found a more sane approach to her condition.
What ever she was doing apparently worked for it
was reported that 90 days later she was doing
fantastic as her cancer was well in remission.
The body is such an incredible thing that if
you work with it correctly, instead of against it,
it is capable of tremendous self healing
According to the research of Dr. Enderlein, total
healing of chronic illness only takes place when
and if the blood is restored to a normal, slightly
alkaline pH. In case you missed it, let me say it
Total healing of chronic illness only takes place
when and if the blood is restored to a normal,
slightly alkaline pH.

The magnitude of meaning behind this research is
of incredible importance to someone who is
fighting a disease, overcoming an illness, or just
desiring to feel better. What it means is this...
Your Body pH Affects EVERYTHING.

Human blood stays in a very narrow pH range
right around 7.3. Below or above this range
means symptoms and disease. When pH goes
off, microorganisms in the blood can change
shape, mutate, become pathogenic, and thrive.

More and more research is showing that low
oxygen delivery to cells is a major factor in most if
not all degenerative conditions.
Two-time Nobel laureate, Dr. Otto Warburg of
Germany, won his first Nobel Prize for his
discovery of oxygen deficiency in the CANCER
growth process. As stated above, when pH is off
and our bodies are running more acid, our cells
are getting less oxygen. Cancer thrives under an
acid tissue pH/oxygen deficient environment. Is it
any wonder today why cancer rates are up?
To recall how important oxygen is to your life, just
stop breathing for a minute. Get the idea? Each
cell in your body can breathe fully or not. Which it
is depends upon having an optimum pH balance.
Do you think keeping an eye on your body pH
might be important in your life?
pH Controls the Things You Can't Live Without
Like your BRAIN. Your brain needs fuel to run,
and the fuel it uses is glucose. But unlike other
cells, your brain can't store glucose. It depends on
the second to second supply from the
bloodstream - a bloodstream that is affected by
pH which controls the efficiency of INSULIN which
allows sugar to enter into cells which in turn
controls blood sugar levels.
Your HEART, William Philpott M.D. in his
'Biomagnetic Handbook' made an important body
pH/electrical connection.
As the pH of the blood goes more acid, fatty acids
which are normally electro-magnetically charged
on the negative side, switch to positive and
automatically are attracted to and begin to stick to
the walls of arteries which are electro-magnetically
charged on the negative side. (And as science
states, opposites attract.) It should start to make
sense that a society which over-emphasizes food
that could push blood more acid will have a high
rate of heart disease. And so it goes.

pH control impacts every biochemical
process in our body including...

With a society in a largely pH unbalanced state,
one would suspect a lot of thyroid problems.
Malfunctioning thyroids have been connected to
arthritis, heart attacks, diabetes, cancer,
depression, overweight, fatigue and more. Are
you starting to see the basic metabolic picture
evolving here?
Due primarily to agricultural soil depletion and
over-acidic food consumption, mineral deficiency
is a large problem facing most people today. And
mineral deficiency relates to the quantity of life
energy or more specifically, electricity in our
bodies .
ENZYMES which are part of that biochemical
process. There are hundreds if not thousands of
enzyme processes which take place in our body.
Many are so specific that they are like complex
square pegs that need to "fit" into specific square
holes in order to carry out their duty. If blood pH is
off balance even a little, some important pegs are
not "fitting" their respective slots. Enzyme function
and thus life itself begins to suffer.
Minerals have different pH levels at which they
can be assimilated into the body. Minerals on the
lower end of the atomic scale can be assimilated
in a wider pH range, and minerals higher up on
the scale require a narrower and narrower pH
range in order to be assimilated by the body. For
-Sodium and magnesium have wide pH
assimilation ranges
- It narrows somewhat for calcium and
- Narrows more for manganese and iron.
- More for zinc and copper.
- More for iodine.
Iodine, which is high up on the atomic scale,
requires near perfect pH for its assimilation into
the body. Iodine you may know, is one of the
most important minerals for proper
functioning of the THYROID. But, the thyroid
doesn't get access to iodine unless the body
pH is near perfect.

- *Body mineral content and balance
controls the quantity of electricity in our
- *The speed at which the electricity flows
is controlled by it's pH balance.

pH Balance and the Mineral Connection
There are complex biochemical processes taking
place in the body constantly which attempt to keep
blood pH as near perfect as possible. These are
known as the pH buffering systems. These
buffering systems need a good balance of
minerals to work effectively. If we are getting
inadequate mineral intake from the food we
eat, we are going to start having problems with
our pH balancing systems.
Many people fail to realize that if they
continue to eat over cooked vegetables, larger
quantities of meat, and other high acid foods,
their blood pH could continue to be more acid
So be very careful of the food you put into
your mouth.
If blood pH is imbalanced, what is the result?
Well, by now you should start having a good
idea. Pick your disease, choose your
imbalance. Cancer, arthritis, diabetes, heart
disease, chronic fatigue, allergies, obesity,
just name it.
If you do not feel well, one of the basic things that
stands between you and perfect health is blood
pH, your basic metabolic body balance.

While On The Subject of Minerals....
Did you know that.....
Minerals are as important, if not more important
than vitamins. Minerals are co-enzymes which
help vitamins function. In the absence of minerals,
vitamins can't do their job. Many minerals are
referred to as trace minerals, which might make it
seem as though they are of little importance, but
nothing could be further from the truth. Minerals
and their deficiencies have been implicated in a
wide range of off-balance health conditions.
Here's some examples:
Supplementing a diet with sufficient chromium
and vanadium can help prevent diabetes and has
been seen to reverse diabetes in those already
diabetic as vanadium is reported able to replace
insulin in some cases.
Copper deficiency is implicated in aneurysms
(brain, aortic, etc.)
Magnesium is quite possibly the most important
mineral for the reduction of coronary heart
disease. (The latest "cutting edge" research
shows that heart disease is really a function of
heart muscle acidosis.)
Boron helps keep calcium in the bones, helps
women preserve and make estrogen, and helps
men keep testosterone. Boron affects alertness.
Boron can help eliminate arthritis.
Potassium and magnesium (along with organic
sodium) are some of the most important minerals
for re-balancing the electrical properties of the cell
and eliminating excess acidity and help to balance
Magnesium helps conduct electrical messages
between all the neurons of the body. People get
irrational when potassium levels are low.
Zinc is involved in over 200 brain enzyme
interactions. Drinking zinc mixed with distilled
water can stop anorexia nervosa in a day. Zinc
deficiency symptoms are loss of taste and smell.
Zinc deficiency in children results in moodiness,

depression, irritability, photo phobia (light
sensitivity), antagonism, temper tantrums &
learning problems.
Children who do poorly on achievement tests tend
to have low iron levels. These children also
display disruptive, impulsive and irritable behavior
in the classroom. Children who have high lead
levels do more poorly overall. Most of these
children's mineral imbalances go undiagnosed
and instead are medicated with drugs.
Likewise, ADD - Attention Deficit Disorder can
often be eliminated by balancing nutritional trace
minerals. There is no need to drug our children.
Cigarette smoke is rich in cadmium (the blue color
in the smoke). Cadmium is the most neurotoxic
substance known to human beings. Low zinc/
high cadmium ratios are implicated in learning
disabilities. Zinc is needed to balance cadmium.
Too much copper is an irritant to the brain.
A story is told by Dr. Alex Schauss, a noted
author, researcher and nutritional mineral expert.
It is about his experience with a 9 year old boy
brought into his clinic some years ago. The boy
was charged with attempted murder. His criminal
record began at age 6. He burned animals, shot at
people’s houses, beat up mothers pushing baby
strollers. The police all said he will be a lifetime
criminal, a Charles Manson type of psychotic. He
was on six psychiatric drugs, and was kicked out
of school after he tried to kill a 10 year old girl. Dr.
Schauss did a hair mineral analysis and
discovered his copper levels were off the charts.
He added supplemental zinc to the boys diet to
chelate out the excess copper, and within two
weeks, the boys urinalysis showed all the excess
copper had been eliminated. He went off all
medication, returned to school and became a
model student. Years later the boy returned to see
Dr. Schauss. He was a junior in college, an A
student, on the varsity basketball team and had a
heart of gold .
High manganese levels show statistically high
correlation with violent behavior, while lithium
balances and helps control manganese. The cities
of the world with the highest lithium concentration

in their water show the lowest homicide rates.
The trace element rubidium cures manic
The right copper and zinc ratio in the cell acts as
an antioxidant.
This information shows just a fraction of how
minerals and their imbalances can affect your
health. Much of it is found hidden in professional
journals, there for the taking. It appears that due
to politics and the influence and strength that the
medical/drug industrial complex has over the
suppression of information, these things stay
If this type of information along with the other
things we know to be true, could be assimilated
into our society, whether through the efforts of
individuals or that of our government, and if
people like doctors, psychiatrists and dietitians
were to act on it, we could lessen violence in our
society, close jails, raise academic achievement,
greatly reduce outlays of public money for
Medicare and Medicaid. We also could see our
health insurance premiums drop, because we
could practically eliminate our need for expensive
hospital visits and treatments.
Without any doubt, some of the most important
things you can do for your health is to eat live
whole foods, exercise, drink filtered or purer water
and get a proper amount of rest each night. LIVE
WHOLE FOODS include vegetables, fruits, berries,
grains, and nuts containing a broad spectrum of
trace minerals, plant enzymes, vitamins and amino

Complete Program. click image below:

Healthy Alkaline Food Recipes for You & Your Family!

Alkaline Recipe #1: Cold Cauliflower-Coconut Soup
Besides being an alkaline food, cauliflowers also have several other health benefits including:
improving heart health, reducing the risk of strokes and strengthen the immune system.
Cauliflower can also help to prevent colon cancer and maintain healthy cholesterol levels.
Fresh coconut milk is full of Lauric Acids which makes it anti-carcinogenic, anti-microbial, anti-bacterial as well as
anti-viral. Coconut milk can help to fight off all sorts of viruses and help to lower cholesterol as well as to prevent



1 pound
1 ¼ cup
1 cup
2 tbsp.
⅓ cup
½ cup
1 pinch
1 handful

1. Steam cauliflower for around 10 minutes.

fresh cauliflower
unsweetened coconut milk
fresh lime juice
cold-pressed olive oil
fresh coriander leaves, chopped
sea salt and cayenne pepper
unsweetened coconut chips

2. Then, put the cauliflower together with coconut
milk and water in a food processor and process
until very smooth. Add fresh lime juice, salt and
pepper, most of the chopped coriander and the
oil and mix for another few seconds.
3. Pour in soup bowls and garnish with coriander
and coconut chips. Enjoy! ;-)

Alkaline Recipe #2: Pumpkin Tomato Soup
Pumpkins are not only alkaline, but also very low in calories which make them an ideal vegetable
for anybody who watches his/her weight. Moreover, pumpkins are rich in potassium, magnesium,
zinc, fiber, iron as well as beta-carotene (antioxidant), which are really good at neutralizing free radicals.



1 quart
1 pound
1 tbsp.
1 tsp.
1 pinch
1 handful

1. Cut onions in small pieces and sauté with some
oil in a big pot.

fresh tomatoes, peeled and diced
medium-sized sweet pumpkin
yellow onions
cold pressed extra virgin olive oil
sea salt or organic salt
cayenne pepper
fresh parsley
your favorite herbs (optional)

2. Cut the pumpkin in half, then cut off the stem
and scoop out the seeds. Finally scoop out the
flesh and put it in the pot. Add also the
tomatoes and the water and cook for around 20
3. Then pour the soup into a food processor and
mix well for a few seconds. Season with salt,
pepper and your favorite herbs.
4. Pour into bowls and garnish with fresh parsley.
Enjoy your alkalizing soup!

Alkaline Recipe #3: Carrot Soup with Millet
Most grains are acidic, except millet and buckwheat. Apart from being alkaline forming, millet
also contains the highest calcium content of all grains, has less phytates than other grains, is
gluten-free and packed with vitamins and minerals, e.g. Vitamin B3 which can help lower cholesterol.



2 lb.
2 oz
4 cups
1 tbsp.
1 pinch
1 pinch
1 handful

1. Heat some oil in a pot, add the onions and stirfry for a couple of minutes. Then add the
carrots and the millet and stir-fry for another
10 minutes on low heat.

carrots, cut in thin slices
ground millet
yeast-free veggie broth
yellow onions, chopped
cold pressed extra virgin olive oil
sea salt or organic salt
cayenne pepper
fresh parsley and chives, chopped

2. Next, add the veggie broth, some clove (be
careful with the clove, don’t add too much),
and some salt and pepper. Cook until the
carrots are tender (around 20-30 minutes).
3. Then puree with a hand-held blender, season
once more with salt and pepper, pour the soup
into a bowl and garnish with chives and parsley.
Enjoy this simple but very delicious recipe!

Alkaline Recipe #4: Wild Rice with Alkalizing Greens
Wild rice is slightly acidic - yet, eating moderately and in combination with a lot of greens
still fits well in an Alkaline Diet Program.
Please always use fresh greens and veggies and never use canned or processed food.



1 cup
1 cup
1 cup
1 cup
1 cup
½ cup

1. Finely chop all the vegetables (pak choi,
broccoli, beans, carrots and bean sprouts) and
steam fry them in some vegetable broth in a
pan until they are slightly cooked but still

wild rice
pak choi
young beans
bean sprouts
vegetable broth (yeast-free)
fresh lime, Juice
basil and sea salt to taste

2. Meanwhile, mortar the cilantro and the finely
chopped chili. Then, add lime juice until you
have a nice dressing.
3. Place the rice on a plate, add the greens and
sprinkle the dressing on top. It's that easy!
Serve warm and enjoy!

Alkaline Recipe #5: Quinoa Pasta with Artichokes
Eating alkaline doesn't mean you have to give up pasta. You can eat it moderately if considering the
following: always choose quinoa or spelt pasta, leave out all the meat and tuna, and add loads of
fresh vegetables.



7 oz
8 oz
5 oz.
1 clove
1 oz.
1 tsp.
1 tbsp.
½ tsp.
1 pinch
2 tbsp.

1. Prepare fresh artichoke and cook until tender.
Alternatively, use frozen artichoke hearts.

quinoa or spelt pasta
fresh or frozen artichoke hearts
fresh tomatoes, cut into cubes
medium-sized onion, chopped
garlic, crushed
pine nuts
yeast-free vegetable stock
fresh basil, chopped
organic sea salt
cayenne pepper
cold-pressed extra virgin olive oil

2. Cook pasta following packet directions.
3. Heat 2 tbsp. of olive oil in pan and stir-fry pine
nuts, onions and garlic for a couple of minutes. Add
tomatoes and the (cooked!) artichoke hearts and
stir-fry for another 2 minutes.
4. Dissolve yeast-free vegetable stock in ½ cup of
water (check directions), add to pan. Simmer on
low heat for 2 more minutes, stir occasionally.
5. Finally, add the basil and season with cayenne
pepper and salt. Pour the sauce over the cooked
pasta and serve immediately. Enjoy!

Alkaline Recipe #6: Ratatouille
Ratatouille is a traditional French Provencal stewed vegetable dish, with tomatoes, zucchini, bell
pepper and eggplant being the key ingredients. Ratatouille is usually served as a side dish, but also
may be served as a meal on its own. Because of its many fresh vegetables, Ratatouille makes a perfect
dish for an Alkaline Diet.




1. Heat some olive oil in a pot (or wok) and sauté
onions and garlic for a couple of minutes.


tomatoes, diced
large zucchini, sliced
large eggplant, sliced
green bell pepper, diced
big onion, chopped
garlic, crushed
herbs de Provence
cold pressed extra virgin olive oil
sea salt or organic salt

2. Then add the eggplant and zucchini slices as
well as the pepper bell and stir-fry for around 8
3. Then add the water, tomatoes and herbs, stir
well and let cook for a few more minutes until
the vegetables are tender but not too soft.
4. Taste with salt and pepper and serve
immediately. Enjoy!

Alkaline Recipe #7: Stir-Fried Greens with Almonds
Almonds, which are the most alkaline of all nuts, are low in saturated fat and contain important
nutrients such as calcium, magnesium, zinc, fiber, and many more.
Please always use fresh greens and veggies and never use canned or processed food.



4 flowers
1 cup
1 clove
4 tbsp.
3 tbsp.
½ tsp.
1 pinch

1. Put beans, broccoli and other vegetables in pan
and fry until broccoli and beans reach green
dark color (do not cook too soft, the vegetables
should still be crunchy).

young beans
yellow onion
cauliflower, carrots or other veggies
garlic, finely chopped
cold pressed extra virgin olive oil
fresh lemon juice
cumin and oregano
sea salt and pepper to taste
soaked almonds for garnishing, sliced

2. Add chopped onion and garlic, mix and stir fry
for a couple of minutes.
3. For the dressing: put oil, lemon juice, cumin
and oregano in a small bowl and mix well. Pour
over vegetables, stir lightly, taste with salt and
pepper, garnish with the sliced almonds, serve
warm and enjoy!

Alkaline Recipe #8: Vegetable Lasagna
Did you know that avocados have several health benefits? Scientists have proved that a certain
toxin present in avocados is able to kill cancer cells - it is used both in prevention and treatment
of prostate and breast cancers. Furthermore, potassium in avocado can regulate pressure of blood.



1 clove

1. Put avocados, garlic and lemon juice in a
blender and mix until smooth. Add some water
if necessary.

soft avocados
fresh lemons, juice
red bell pepper
small radish
parsley root
small leek
corn salad (lamb's lettuce)
big tomatoes
Arugula (Garden Rocket)
fresh parsley

2. Finely grate the radish and the parsley root,
cut the leek into fine rings and the bell pepper
in thin strips. Then mix well with the avocado
3. Now, for the first layer of the lasagna, put the
corn salad in a casserole. Then pour over the
avocado mix and spread well. For the next
layer, add the tomato slices. Finally, the
parsley and arugula form the top layer of your
lasagna. Enjoy this wonderful alkaline dish!

Alkaline Recipe #9: Pumpkin Fries
These alkaline pumpkin fries are a great snack, you can also enjoy them with an alkalizing dip.
Pumpkins are not only alkaline, but also very low in calories which make them an ideal vegetable for
anybody who watches its weight. Moreover, pumpkins are rich in potassium, magnesium, zinc, fiber,
iron as well as beta-carotene (antioxidant), which are really good at neutralizing free radicals.



¼ cup
1 tsp.
½ tsp.
1 pinch
1 pinch

1. Preheat oven to 350° F.

cold pressed extra virgin olive oil
sea salt or organic salt
cayenne pepper
curry powder
cumin powder

2. Cut pumpkin in halves, scoop out the strings
and seeds, wash each section and use a sharp
knife to peel the large pieces. Then cut the
pulp in stripes, similar to French Fries.
3. Spread the pumpkin stripes onto the tray, spray
with olive oil (or pour the oil carefully if you
don't have an oil sprayer) and season with salt,
pepper, curry powder and cumin powder.
4. Bake for around 30-40 minutes, toss
occasionally. Really delicious!

Alkaline Recipe #10: Green Beans with Coconut
Green Beans, or String Beans, are very low in calorie (only 40 calories in 4oz. / 1 cup), but are
a great source of Vitamin K, C and A as well as Manganese and Potassium. Moreover they contain
a high amount of fiber which helps in lowering high blood pressure.
Fresh coconut milk is full of Lauric Acids which makes it anti-carcinogenic, anti-microbial, anti-bacterial as well as antiviral. Coconut milk can help to fight off all sorts of viruses and help to lower cholesterol as well as to prevent cancer.



1 pound
1 tbsp.
1 tbsp.
2 cloves
½ tsp.
½ tsp.
1 tsp.
3 tbsp.
1 pinch

1. Heat oil in wok and add beans, garlic, cumin,
ginger as well as the chilies. Stir-fry for 5-7

green beans, cut in 1 inch pieces
fresh coconut milk
dried flaked coconut
red chilies, chopped
garlic, chopped
ground cumin
fresh ginger, chopped
your favorite fresh herbs
cold pressed extra virgin olive oil
sea salt and cayenne pepper

2. Add the coconut milk and flakes and stir-fry for
another couple of minutes (or until milk is
3. Season with herbs, salt and pepper. Enjoy!!

Alkaline Recipe #11: Mashed Sweet Potatoes
Sweet potatoes are not only alkaline and low in calorie, but also rich in Vitamin A and Vitamin C,
acting as a natural antioxidant. Moreover, sweet potatoes can help to reduce blood pressure and
stabilize blood sugar levels (good for diabetics).



1½-2 cups
1 tbsp.
1 tbsp.
1 pinch
½ tbsp

1. Wash and chop the sweet potatoes and boil
them for around 20 minutes.

large sweet potatoes
fresh coconut milk
cold pressed extra virgin olive oil
sea salt
curry powder

2. Then mash the sweet potatoes to desired
consistency and add the remaining ingredients.
3. Enjoy this alkaline mashed potato recipe! It's
really yummy ;-)

Alkaline Recipe #12: Stuffed Tomatoes


4 oz.
2 oz.
1 clove
1 tbsp.
1 pinch
1 pinch

1. Dice eggplant and zucchini and chop spinach,
onion and garlic.

big tomatoes
fresh spinach
small-sized zucchini
small onion
cold pressed extra virgin olive oil
sea salt or organic salt

2. Put all into a bowl, add olive oil, season with
salt and pepper and mix well.
3. Then, cut off the stem ends of the tomatoes
and scoop out the pulp. Take care to leave at
least 0.25” of tomato to the skin for stability.
Add the pulp to the veggie mix and mix again.
4. Finally stuff the tomatoes with the veggie mix,
place them into a pan, add 1/3 cup of water
and cover with lid.
5. Put into the pre-heated oven at 325°F for
around 20 minutes. That's it – enjoy!

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