Acid Alkaline Food Chart

Our eating habits have dramatically changed from nutritious raw foods to highly processed foods very low in nutritional value - in fact our optimum cell function is at risk! Without the proper Acid Alkaline Balance of our body fluids we increase the risk of getting life-threatening or chronic diseases.

The key to regain the body's ideal blood and body pH is to create a Balance of Alkaline and Acid Forming Foods. However, because of unhealthy eating habits, most North-Americans have lower than neutral pH levels - but as our "normal" pH level is slightly alkaline, e.g. slightly above neutral (7.2 - 7.3), our intake of foods should also reflect this!

Have a Quick but Significant look at the most important Alkaline Foods out there!

In this regard we suggest consuming at least 75-80% of Alkalizing Foods, like green vegetables, sprouts and soy products, and never more than 20-25% of Neutral and Acidifying Foods, such as meat, rolls, fast food etc. The reason for that? By eating alkaline foods our body's balance will be transformed from dangerously acidic to slightly alkaline!

Here are some simple strategies that may help to gradually balance your pH level:

  • Soy milk or almond milk instead of dairy products
  • Elimination of red meat and reduction of any chicken or turkey
  • Elimination of soft drinks, soda, coffee - alkaline water and alkaline green drinks instead
  • Wholewheat products instead of anything containing white flour
  • Big salads as a whole meal as often as possible, including tomatoes, zucchini, squash, cucumbers, almonds, avocados with pumpkin, sunflower, or sesame seeds
  • No processed, ready made or fast food at all

The table below helps to identify various foods' pH-level. We have divided our food chart for Alkaline and Acidic Food products into three categories: Foods you should eat in abundance; Foods you should eat moderately; and foods you should try to avoid.


Healthy Alkaline Foods
- Eat lots of them!


Vegetables
Alfalfa Grass
Asparagus
Barley Grass
Beet
Black Radish
Broccoli
Brussels Sprouts
Cabbage
Carrot
Cauliflower
Cayenne Pepper
Celery
Chives
Comfrey
Cucumber
Dandelion
Dog Grass
Endive
French Cut Green Beans
Garlic
Green Cabbage
Horseradish
Kamut Grass
Kohlrabi
Lamb's Lettuce
Leeks (Bulbs)
Lettuce
Onion
Peas
Potatoes
Red Cabbage
Red Radish
Rhubarb Stalks
Rutabaga
Savoy Cabbage
Shave Grass
Sorrel
Soy Sprouts
Spinach
Sprouted Chia Seeds
Sprouted Radish Seeds
Straw Grass
Turnip
Watercress
Wheat Grass
White Cabbage
White Radish
Zucchini

Fruits
Avocado
Fresh Lemon
Limes
Tomato

Non-Stored Organic Grains
& Legumes

Buckwheat Groats
Granulated Soy
Lentils
Lima Beans
Quinoa
Soy Flour
Soy Lecithin
Soy Nuts
Soybeans
Spelt
Tofu
White Beans

Nuts
Almonds
Brazil Nuts

Seeds
Caraway Seeds
Cumin Seeds
Fennel Seeds
Flax Seeds
Pumpkin Seeds
Sesame Seeds
Sunflower Seeds
Wheat Kernel

Fats (Cold-Pressed Oils)
Borage Oil
Evening Primrose Oil
Flax Seed Oil
Marine Lipids
Olive Oil

Foods you should only
consume moderately


Fruits
(In season)
Apple
Apricot
Banana
Black Currant
Blueberry
Cantaloupe
Cherry
Coconut, Fresh
Cranberry
Currant
Date
Gooseberry, Ripe
Grape, Ripe
Grapefruit
Mandarin
Mango
Orange
Papaya
Peach
Pear
Pineapple
Plum
Rasperry
Red Currant
Rose Hips
Strawberry
Tangerine
Watermelon
Yellow Plum


Non-Stored Grains
Brown Rice
Wheat


Nuts
Hazelnuts
Macadamia Nuts
Walnuts


Fish
Fresh Water Fish


Fats
Coconut Milk
Sunflower Oil

Unhealthy Acidic Foods
- Try to avoid them!


Meat, Poultry, And Fish
Beef
Chicken
Eggs
Liver
Ocean Fish
Organ Meats
Oysters
Pork
Veal


Milk And Milk Products
Buttermilk
Cream
Hard Cheese
Homogenized Milk
Quark


Bread, Biscuits
Rye Bread
White Biscuit
White Bread
Whole-Grain Bread
Whole-Meal Bread


Nuts
Cashews
Peanuts
Pistachios


Fats
Butter
Corn Oil
Margarine


Sweets
Artificial Sweetners
Barley Malt Syrup
Beet Sugar
Brown Rice Syrup
Chocolate
Dried Sugar Cane Juice
Fructose
Honey
Malt Sweetener
Milk Sugar
Molasses
White Sugar

Condiments
Ketchup
Mayonaise
Mustard
Soy Sauce
Thousand Island
Vinegar


Beverages
Beer
Carbonated Beverages
Coffee
Liquor
Milk
Packaged Fruit Juice
Sweetened Fruit Juice
Tea (Black)
Wine


Miscellaneous
Canned Foods
Fast Food
Microwaved Foods
Processed Foods

Table: pH scale of alkaline and acid forming foods

 

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The more alkaline-forming foods you add to your nutrition, the stronger will be the results. Should you not be able to completely avoid acidic foods, you should at least try to consume as less as possible of them, and instead put more green food and veggies on your plate. Remember that every little step to a more alkaline diet is an improvement to a healthier way of life.

Moreover, you can add green plants nutritional supplements to your diet, which can support you in attaining pH balance in a natural way. Such supplements were developed by Dr. Young, a microbiologist and nutritionist. Over many years he has researched the interrelations between acid wastes inside the body and the development of unhealthy conditions and disease.

His assignment is not only to promote a stronger awareness among people for a proper acid alkaline balance within the body, he has also developed superior products to support the body to naturally decrease its acid levels by alkalizing the cell system.

 

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definition alkaline dietDefinition(s):

Alkalosis refers to a condition reducing hydrogen ion concentration of arterial blood plasma (alkalemia). Generally alkalosis is said to occur when arterial pH exceeds 7.45. The opposite condition is acidosis.  (Source: Wikipedia)

Acidosis is an increased acidity (i.e. an increased hydrogen ion concentration). If not further qualified, it refers to acidity of the blood plasma. Generally, acidosis is said to occur when arterial pH falls below 7.35, while its counterpart (alkalosis) occurs at a pH over 7.45. Arterial blood gas analysis and other tests are required to separate the main causes. (Source: Wikipedia)