Gaia Health Oxygenation/De-acidification

Key To Immune Building: De-Acidify And Oxygenate The Body


  • De-acidify via Magnesium Peroxide powder (electrolytes of oxygen)
  • Oxygenate via 35% Food-Grade Hydrogen Peroxide
  • Sodium Ascorbate Vitamin C powder


  • Magnesium Peroxide Oxygen De-Acidifying powder
  • Pure Sodium Ascorbate (non-acidic) Vitamin C Powder
  • Hydrogen Peroxide 35% Food Grade
  • Organic Green Tea: Whole-leaf  and unblended original leaf 100 & 200g budget
  • Organic Green Tea Bags – 50 oxygen bleached tea bags
  • Selenium – Sea (Selenomethionine enriched kelp powder)
  • Micronized Kelp (minerals & trace elements)
  • Nutri Spice Health Salt (main components Paprika & Tumeric along with herbs and spices)
  • Organic Turmeric & Black Pepper (Non-Irradiated)
  • Flaxseed Oil (mega-rich omega 3 & 6)
  • Hemp Seed Oil (mega-rich omega 3 & 6)
  • Kombucha (pro-biotic)
  • Immune Boosting Pack

The abovementioned applies to conditions having their genesis in damage to, exhaustion of, or nutritional deficits compromising host cellular immune response, including infectious conditions, cancers, auto-immune conditions, and allergies, all excepting congenital genetic aberrations. This information is not intended to offer medical advice or promote the sale of any substance. The basis of the protocol, successfully and safely used by many, is based on the importance of an ALKALINE body.

None of the above components will have an appreciable effect without the multiple synergistic optimal alkalizing and vitalizing effects of the Gaia Diet.  Here is an example.

Breakfast: fruit, vitamins, minerals & enzymes: Fresh ripe & occasionally dried fruit.

Fruit may be eaten whole, as a fruit salad, or blended as a smoothie. Melons should be eaten alone. Occasionally, fruits may very early in the morning be substituted with raw muesli (soaked the night before) or even more rarely, high fibre oat porridge, but these grains should only be substituted following sustained strenuous exercise so that the starch will assuredly be converted to sugar relatively quickly to meet the energy demand. Portions should be small and water should be substituted for milk (unless raw), so that fruit may follow two hours later without interacting with residual starch and so causing fermentation, gasses, alcohol, and acid. This should be a small portion, with water, not milk, so that fruit may follow two hours later.

Lunch: proteins, essential fatty acids, vita-minerals & enzymes

Raw salad, avocado, seeds & nuts: Any green leafy and other vegetables, oilseeds, and sprouted grains or legumes which is palatable raw. Dark leaf Cos lettuce, crisp salad leaf, watercress, celery, sweet red pepper, grated carrot, baby green beans & peas in the pod, spring onions, broccoli florets, raw tofu, raw almond, pecan & brazil nuts (1/4 cup), sunflower, sesame, pumpkin & flax seeds and mung bean &/or other sprouted seeds (+- 2 tablespoons each). The seeds, nuts and sprouts, if not capable of being well-chewed and masticated, may be ground and blended into nut milk for optimum assimilation. If legumes are desired, these should be consumed with this protein meal and not with the starch and vegetable supper.

Dinner: carbohydrates, vita-minerals & enzymes
Complex starch & vegetables: Baked or steamed vegetables eg potato, sweet potato, pumpkin, butternut, squashes, corn on the cob, plus a selection of vegetables either baked, flash-fried in olive oil with garlic &/or onions &/or, curried or lightly steamed. A slice of good whole grain bread or pasta can occasionally be substituted for starchy vegetables. For a spread on occasional bread, use avocado, hummus, or occasionally Butro & Marmite (never Bovril). If the vegetable selection is small or dull, salad vegetables may be added to the meal. Avoid mixing proteins (legumes) with this meal.

It is best to eat sugars, proteins and starches separately as above, especially in ill health. In good health a little unpasteurized fermented soft cheese or yogurt is tolerable, all other animal products being variously detrimental to optimal health. These foods are rarely eaten raw and their cooking denatures virtually all the amino acids, vitamins, minerals, essential fatty acids and enzymes. Avoid more than two cups of coffee a day, paper filtered and without milk. Black tea has too many soluble tannins if not taken with milk and is not recommended except very occasionally. Avoid pasteurized fruit juices, using fresh or refrigerated juices instead, up until mid-afternoon. Green tea is best for the rest of the day, even up to several pots. Cooked dried beans and soya other than tofu are best avoided or used only occasionally, as are wheat products, canned foods, pickles, sauces with the exception of fermented foods.
The diet recommended above automatically avoids all the major toxins and allergens and is based on the indisputable fact that humans are frugivorous (as opposed to carnivorous or even omnivorous animals).