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Listofalkalinefoods Listofalkalinefoods Document Transcript

  • The Alkaline Foods Chart Complete List of Alkaline Foods & Acidic Food pH Ratings (* You should aim for a 70/30 ratio between alkaline and acid foods.There is no need to be extreme with your diet and remove all acidic foods. At the same time, very acidicfoods should be avoided. Often they are harmful and not just for your pH levels. RatingFood Category Food <-- highly acidic -- highly alkaline -->Breads Corn Tortillas xBreads Rye bread xBreads Sourdough bread xBreads White biscuit xBreads White bread xBreads Whole-grain bread xBreads Whole-meal bread xCondiments Ketchup xCondiments Mayonnaise xCondiments Miso xCondiments Mustard xCondiments Soy sauce xDairy Buttermilk xDairy Cheese (all varieties, from all milks) xDairy Cream xDairy Egg whites xDairy Eggs (whole) xDairy Homogenized milk xDairy Milk (not pasteurized) xDairy Milk (pasteurized) xDairy Paneer (cheese) xDairy Quark xDairy Yoghurt (sweetened) xDairy Yoghurt (unsweetened) xBeverages & Drinks Beer x
  • Beverages & Drinks Coffee xBeverages & Drinks Coffee substitue drinks xBeverages & Drinks Fruit juice (natural) xBeverages & Drinks Fruit juice (sweetened) xBeverages & Drinks Liquor xBeverages & Drinks Soda/Pop xBeverages & Drinks Tea (black) xBeverages & Drinks Tea (herbal, green) xBeverages & Drinks Water (Fiji, Hawaiian, Evian) xBeverages & Drinks Water (sparkling) xBeverages & Drinks Water (spring) xBeverages & Drinks Wine xFats & Oils Borage oil xFats & Oils Butter xFats & Oils Coconut Oil (raw) xFats & Oils Cod liver oil xFats & Oils Corn oil xFats & Oils Evening Primrose oil xFats & Oils Flax seed oil xFats & Oils Margarine xFats & Oils Marine lipids xFats & Oils Olive Oil xFats & Oils Sesame oil xFats & Oils Sunflower oil xFruits Acai Berry xFruits Apples xFruits Apricot xFruits Apricots xFruits Apricots (dried) xFruits Avocado (protein) xFruits Banana (ripe) xFruits Banana (unripe) xFruits Black currant xFruits Blackberries xFruits Blueberry xFruits Cantaloupe xFruits Cherry, sour xFruits Cherry, sweet xFruits Clementines xFruits Coconut, fresh xFruits Cranberry xFruits Currant xFruits Dates xFruits Dates (dried) xFruits Fig juice powder xFruits Figs (dried) xFruits Figs (raw) x
  • Fruits Fresh lemon xFruits Goji berries xFruits Gooseberry, ripe xFruits Grapefruit xFruits Grapes (ripe) xFruits Italian plum xFruits Limes xFruits Mandarin orange xFruits Mango xFruits Nectarine xFruits Orange xFruits Papaya xFruits Peach xFruits Pear xFruits Pineapple xFruits Pomegranate xFruits Rasberry xFruits Red currant xFruits Rose hips xFruits Strawberries xFruits Strawberry xFruits Tangerine xFruits Tomato xFruits Watermelon xFruits Yellow plum xGrains & Legumes Basmati rice xGrains & Legumes Brown rice xGrains & Legumes Buckwheat xGrains & Legumes Bulgar wheat xGrains & Legumes Couscous xGrains & Legumes Granulated soy (cooked, ground) xGrains & Legumes kamut xGrains & Legumes Lentils xGrains & Legumes Lima beans xGrains & Legumes Oats xGrains & Legumes Rye bread xGrains & Legumes Soy flour xGrains & Legumes Soy lecithin, pure xGrains & Legumes Soy nuts (soaked soy beans, then dried) xGrains & Legumes Soybeans, fresh xGrains & Legumes Spelt xGrains & Legumes Tofu xGrains & Legumes Wheat xGrains & Legumes white (navy) beans xMeat, Poultry & Fish Beef xMeat, Poultry & Fish Buffalo xMeat, Poultry & Fish Chicken x
  • Meat, Poultry & Fish Duck xMeat, Poultry & Fish Fresh water fish xMeat, Poultry & Fish Liver xMeat, Poultry & Fish Ocean fish xMeat, Poultry & Fish Organ meats xMeat, Poultry & Fish Oysters xMeat, Poultry & Fish Pork xMeat, Poultry & Fish sardines (canned) xMeat, Poultry & Fish Tuna (canned) xMeat, Poultry & Fish Veal xMeat, Poultry & Fish Wild salmon, xMisc Apple Cider Vinegar xMisc Baking soda xMisc Bee pollen xMisc Canned foods xMisc cereals (like Kelloggs etc) xMisc Hummus xMisc Microwaved foods xMisc POPCORN xMisc Rice milk xMisc Royal Jelly xMisc Soy Protein Powder xMisc Tempeh xMisc Whey protein powder xNuts Almond xNuts Almond butter (raw) xNuts Brazil nuts xNuts Cashews xNuts Filberts xNuts Hazelnut xNuts Macadamia nuts (raw) xNuts Peanut butter (raw, organic) xNuts Peanuts xNuts pine nuts (raw) xNuts Pistachios xNuts Walnuts xRoots Carrot xRoots Fresh red beet xRoots Kohlrabi xRoots Potatoes xRoots Red radish xRoots Rutabaga xRoots Summer black radish xRoots sweet potatoes xRoots Turnip xRoots White radish (spring) xRoots Yams x
  • Seeds Barley xSeeds Caraway seeds xSeeds Cumin seeds xSeeds Fennel seeds xSeeds Flax seeds xSeeds Pumpkin seeds xSeeds Sesame seeds xSeeds Sunflower seeds xSeeds Wheat Kernel xSweets & Sweeteners Agave nectar xSweets & Sweeteners Alcohol sugars (xylitol and the other sacharides. xSweets & Sweeteners Artificial sweeteners xSweets & Sweeteners Barley malt syrup xSweets & Sweeteners Beet sugar xSweets & Sweeteners Brown rice syrup xSweets & Sweeteners Chocolates xSweets & Sweeteners Dr. Bronner’s barley malt sweetener xSweets & Sweeteners Dried sugar cane juice xSweets & Sweeteners Fructose xSweets & Sweeteners Halva [ground sesame seed sweet] xSweets & Sweeteners Honey xSweets & Sweeteners Maple Syrup xSweets & Sweeteners Milk sugar xSweets & Sweeteners Molasses xSweets & Sweeteners Sugar (white) xSweets & Sweeteners Sugarcane xSweets & Sweeteners Turbinado sugar xSweets & Sweeteners Xylitol xVegetables Alfalfa xVegetables Alfalfa grass xVegetables Artichokes xVegetables Asparagus xVegetables Aubergine/Egg plant xVegetables Barley grass xVegetables Basil xVegetables Bell peppers/capsicums (all colors) xVegetables Blue-Green Algae xVegetables Bok Choy xVegetables Brussels sprouts xVegetables Cabbage lettuce, fresh xVegetables Canned vegetables xVegetables Cauliflower xVegetables Cayenne pepper xVegetables Celery xVegetables Chives xVegetables Cilantro xVegetables Comfrey x
  • Vegetables Cooked vegetables (all kinds) xVegetables Cucumber, fresh xVegetables Dandelion xVegetables Dog grass xVegetables Endive, fresh xVegetables French cut (green) beans xVegetables Frozen vegetables xVegetables Garlic xVegetables Ginger xVegetables Ginseng xVegetables Green cabbage, (December Harvest) xVegetables Green cabbage, (March Harvest) xVegetables Horse radish xVegetables Jicama xVegetables Kale xVegetables Kamut grass xVegetables Lamb’s lettuce xVegetables Leeks (bulbs) xVegetables Lettuce xVegetables Mushrooms xVegetables Mustard greens xVegetables Onion xVegetables Oregano xVegetables Parsnips xVegetables Peas, fresh xVegetables Peas, ripe xVegetables Peppers xVegetables Pickled vegetables xVegetables Pumpkins (raw) xVegetables Raw onions xVegetables Red cabbage xVegetables Rhubarb stalks xVegetables Savoy Cabbage xVegetables Sea Vegetables xVegetables Seaweed (dulse, kelp, laver, etc) xVegetables Shave grass xVegetables Sorrel xVegetables Sourkraut xVegetables Soy Sprouts xVegetables Spinach (March harvest) xVegetables Spinach (other than March) xVegetables Sprouted seeds (all kinds) xVegetables Squash (all kinds, raw) xVegetables Straw grass xVegetables Thyme xVegetables Tomatoes (puree) xVegetables Tomatoes (raw) x
  • Vegetables Tomatoes (sundried) xVegetables Watercress xVegetables Wheat grass xVegetables White cabbage xVegetables Yeast xVegetables Zucchini xATTENTION: It is important you do an alkaline diet the correct way.Eating the correct alkaline foods is one part of balancing your body, but there is more toit than just that.You can find out how the alkaline diet system works here: I explain: • How To Test if you body pH level is out of balance. • Which Alkaline Foods will give you the best results and which acidic ones to avoid. • How Alkaline Foods can fight off sickness, disease, even cancer. • How to restore healthy weight levels without a restrictive lifestyle. • Discover how to buzz with vibrant energy and vitality, all day long, even if you thought it was lost as a child. • Why you may find discrepancies for pH ratings on various acid-alkaline food charts. • How long acidic problems take to correct themselves and what results you will see & feel. • Should you avoid beef and wheat foods? What about alcohol or chicken? • The symptoms you need to look for to know if you need more alkaline foods in your diet.Plus a much further detailed step-by-step alkaline plan.Please use this alkaline foods chart to look up foods pH ratings thencheck out the alkaline diet system if you are anxious to get started. Discover How Alkaline Foods Work & Why an Alkaline Diet is Highly Recommended (