Alkalizing Foods Chart

An alkaline diet can significantly help lower inflammation in the body naturally. Chronic inflammation has been found to be one of the underlying causes of health conditions such as heart disease and autoimmune conditions.

Alkaline Foods – 80% of your diet

Fresh Vegetables:
Bok Choy
Broccoli
Cauliflower
Eggplant
French Green Beans
Garlic
Ginger hand
Kale
  or any dark leafy green
Leeks
Onions
  Yellow, Vidalia, Red
Rutabaga
Swiss Chard
Zucchini

Salads:
Beets
Celery
Cucumber
Dandelion leaves
Dulse, dried
Fennel (Anise)
Lettuce, variety
Nori sheets
Radishes
Red, Green and Yellow Peppers
Scallions
Soy Sprouts
Sprouts
Tomatoes

Fresh Fruit:
Avocado
Lemons
Limes
Rhubarb
Baby coconut

Oils:
Coconut oil
Avocado Oil
Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Flax seed oil
Hemp Seed Oil

Fresh Herbs:
Basil
Chives
Cilantro
Mint/spearmint
Oregano
Parsley
Rosemary
Tarragon
Thyme

Dried Herbs:
Cardamom
Coriander
Cumin
Oregano
Paprika
Red pepper

Groceries:
Dehydrated Coconut
Organic Coconut Milk
Pumpkin Seed Butter
Raw Pumpkin Seeds (soaked, sprouted)

Condiments and Spices:
Sea Salt, "Himalayan" salt
Curry Powder
Garam Masala
Nutmeg
Peppercorns

Low Acidic Foods - 20% of your alkalizing diet

Groceries/Frozen:
Edamame (highly alkaline when fresh)
Ezekiel Sprouted breads
Manna Bread (sprouted, yeast free)
Sesame Spelt Bread Buckwheat Groats (mildly acidic)
Ezekiel Pasta
Flax crackers
Flax seeds
Kamut (mildly alkaline)
Kidney Beans (mildly alkaline)
Lentils (dried French)
Millet
Navy Beans (mildly alkaline)
Buckwheat Flour/Noodles (mildly alkaline)
Spelt Flour/Noodles (mildly alkaline)
Quinoa (mildly alkaline)
Raw Almonds/Butter (mildly alkaline, soaked, sprouted)
Raw Brazil, Hazelnuts, Walnuts
Raw Sunflower Seeds (soaked, sprouted)
Raw Tahini

Organic Basmati Brown Rice:
although acidic, provides some Vitamin B12, and should be included as part of the 20% of your diet

Fruit:
Blueberries (infrequently)
Cantaloupe melons (mildly acidic)
White Grapefruit (mildly acidic)
Medjool Dates (mildly acidic)
Plums (mildly acidic)
Raspberries (infrequently)
Sour Cherries (mildly alkaline)
Sweet Cherries (mildly acidic)

Vegetables:
Carrots
Celery Root
Horseradish
Parsnips
Red Potatoes (young, small, fresh)
Sweet Potatoes
Turnips

Fish:
Mackerel
Red Snapper
Salmon
Sea Bass
Trout
Tuna

Flavorings:
Almond/Vanilla
Coconut/Maple
Lemon/Orange
Peppermint
Stevia (mildly alkaline)

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