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ALKALINE DIET FOR HEALING

Most Alkaline

More Alkaline

Low    Alkaline

Lowest Alkaline

Food Category

Lowest Acid

Low  Acid

More Acid

Most Acid

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Baking Soda

Spices/Cinn a-m on

Herbs (most)

 

SPICES/    HERBS

Curry

Vanilla

Nutmeg

Pudding/jam / jelly

Sea Salt

 

 

Sulfite

PRESERVA- TIVES

MSG

Benzoate

Aspartame

Table Salt (NaCl)

Mineral Water

Kambucha

Green Tea

Ginger Tea

BEVERAGES

Kona Coffee

Alcohol            Black Tea

Coffee

Beer Yeast/Hops/ Malt

 

Molasses

Rice Syrup

Sucanat

SWEETENERS

Honey/Maple syrup

Stevia

Saccharin

Sugar/Coco a

 

Soy Sauce

Apple cider vinegar

 

VINEGARS

Rice Vinegar

Balsamic vinegar

 

White Vinegar

 

 

 

Ghee (clarified butter)

PROCESSED DAIRY

Cream/Butter

Cow Milk

Casein milk protein

Processed Cheese

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cottage Cheese

 

 

 

Human Breast Milk

 

COW/HUMAN

Yogurt

Aged Cheese

New Cheeses

Ice Cream

 

 

Almond Milk

 

NON-DAIRY

Rice Milk

Soy Cheese

Soy Milk

 

 

 

 

 

GOAT/SHEEP

Goat/Sharp Cheese

Goat Milk

 

 

 

 

Quail Eggs

Duck Eggs

EGGS

Chicken Eggs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MEAT

Gelatin/Orga ns

Lamb/Mutton

Pork/Veal

Beef

 

 

 

 

GAME

Venison

Boar/Elk

 

Pheasant

 

 

 

 

FISH/SHELL FISH

Fish

Shell Fish

Mussels/Squi d

Lobster

 

 

 

 

FOWL

Wild Duck

Goose/Turkey

Chicken

 

 

 

 

Oats

GRAINS

Triticale

Buckwheat

Maize

Barley

 

 

 

Grain Coffee

Millet

Wheat

Barley groats

 

 

 

 

Quinoa

CEREAL

Kasha

Spelt/Kamut

Corn

 

 

 

 

Wild Rice

GRASS

Amaranth

Farina/Semoli na

Rye

 

 

 

 

Japonica Rice

Brown Rice

White Rice

Oat Bran

 

 

Poppy Seed

Primrose Oil

Avocado Oil

NUTS/SEEDS/ SPROUTS OILS

Pumpkin Seed Oil

Almond Oil

Pistachio Seed

Cottonseed oil/meal

Pumpkin Seed

Cashews

Sesame Seed

Seeds (most)

Grape Seed Oil

Sesame Oil

Chestnut Oil

Hazelnuts

 

Chestnuts

Cod Liver Oil

Coconut Oil

Sunflower Oil

Safflower Oil

Lard

Walnuts

 

Pepper

Almonds

Olive Oil

Pine Nuts

Tapioca

Pecans

Brazil Nuts

 

 

Sprouts

Flax Oil

Canola Oil

Seitan or Tofu

Palm Kernel Oil

Fried Foods

Lentils

Kohlrabi

Potato/Bell Pepper

Brussel Sprouts

BEAN

 VEGETABLES

 LEGUME

ROOTS

Spinach

Split Pea

Green Pea

Soybean

Brocoflower

Parsnip/Taro

Mushroom/Fun gi

Beet

Fava Beans

Pinto Beans

Peanut

Carob

Seaweed:Nori/Kom bu/ Wakamel Hijiki

Garlic

Cauliflower

Chive/Cilantro

Kidney Beans

White Beans

Snow Pea

 

Asparagus

Cabbage

Celery

Black Eyed Peas

Tempeh

 

 

Onion/Miso

Kale/Parsley

Rutabaga

Okra/Cucumb er

String/Wax

Navy/Red Beans

Legumes (other)

 

Daikon/Taro Root

Endive/ Arugula

Salsify/Ginsen g

Turnip Greens

Zuccini

Aduki Beans

Carrots

 

Sea Vegetables

Mustard Green

Eggplant

Squashes

Chutney

Lima/Mung Beans

Chick pea

 

Burdock/Lotus Root

Ginger Root

Pumpkin

Lettuces

Rhubarb

Chard

 

 

Sweet Potato/Yam

Broccoli

Collard Greens

Jicama

 

 

 

 

Lime

Grapefruit

Lemon

Orange

CITRUS FRUITS

FRUITS

Coconut

 

 

 

Nectarine

Cantaloupe

Pear

Apricot

Guava

Plum

Cranberry

 

Persimmon

Honeydew

Avocado

Banana

Pickled Fruit

Prune

Pomegranate

 

Raspberry

Citrus

Apple

Blueberry

Dry fruit

 

 

 

Watermelon

Olive

Blackberry

Pineapple Juice

Figs

 

 

 

Tangerine

 

Cherry

Raisin, Currant

Dates

 

 

 

Pineapple

Loganberry

Peach

Grape

 

 

 

 

 

Mango

Papaya

Strawberry

 

 

 

 

Thanks to Dr. Susan Brown and Dr. Russ Jaffe. Sources include USDA food database (Rev 9 & 10), Food & Nutrition Encyclopedia, Nutrition Applied Personally, by M. Walczak; Acid & Alkaline by H. Aihara.  Italicized items are NOT recommended.  Check urine pH often with urine pH test strips. Goal is pH of 6 to 7.

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