The Alkaline Food Chart

Complete List of Alkaline Foods
& Acidic Food pH Ratings

Chart Legend

 

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How The List of Alkaline Foods Works

  1. The color of the text under each food represents the pH rating.

  2. This chart is based on the resulting pH "ash" of foods after digestion. This is the reading you should go by when alkalizing foods for your body.

  3. You should aim for a 70/30 ratio between high alkaline vs acid foods.

  4. There is no need to be extreme with your diet and remove all acid foods. At the same time, very acidic foods should be avoided. Often they are harmful and not just for your pH levels.

Note: If you are trying to alkalize your body then make sure you are doing it the correct way. Eating alkaline foods listed on this part is one part of the process.

To learn how to make alkaline foods truly effective for overcoming health conditions, shedding excess fat, and be on the way to gaining super-health, simply enter your email in the form on this page to be sent the rules you need to follow for alkalizing yourself fast.

Say good-bye to low energy, poor digestion, extra pounds, aches and pains, and disease.

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Bread
Corn Tortillas Rye Bread Sourdough Bread White Biscuit
Corn Tortillas Rye Bread Sourdough Bread White Biscuit
White Bread Whole-Grain Bread Whole-Meal Bread Sprouted Bread
White Bread Whole-grain Bread Whole-meal Bread Sprouted Breads
       
Condiments
Ketchup Mayonnaise Miso Mustard
Ketchup Mayonnaise Miso Mustard
Soy Sauce      
Soy Sauce      
       
Dairy
Buttermilk Cheese (All) Cream Egg Whites
Buttermilk Cheese (All) Cream Egg Whites
Eggs (Whole) Homogenized Milk Milk (Not Pasteurized) Milk (Pasteurized)
Eggs (Whole) Homogenized Milk Milk (Not Pasteurized) Milk (Pasteurized)
Panner (Cheese) Quark Yoghurt (Sweetened) Yoghurt (Unsweetened)
Paneer (Cheese) Quark Yoghurt (Sweetened) Yoghurt (Unsweetened)
       
Beverages & Drinks
Beer Coffee Coffee Substitute Drinks Fruit Juice (Natural)
Beer Coffee Coffee Substitute Drinks Fruit Juice (Natural)
Fruit Juice (Sweetened) Liquor Soda / Pop Tea (Black)
Fruit Juice (Sweetened) Liquor Soda / Pop Tea (Black)
Tea (Herbal, Green) Water (Fiji. Hawaiian, Evian) Water (Sparkling) Water (Spring)
Tea (Herbal, Green) Water (Fiji, Hawaiian, Evian) Water (Sparkling) Water (Spring)
Wine      
Wine      
       
Fats & Oils
Borage Oil Butter Coconut Oil (Raw) Cod Liver Oil
Borage Oil Butter Coconut Oil (Raw) Cod Liver Oil
Corn Oil Evening Primrose Oil Flax Seed Oil Margarine
Corn Oil Evening Primrose Oil Flax Seed Oil Margarine
Marine Lipids Olive Oil Sesame Oil Sunflower Oil
Marine Lipids Olive Oil Sesame Oil Sunflower Oil
       
Acidic Fruits & Alkaline Fruits
Acai Berry Apples Apricot Apricots
Acai Berry Apples Apricot Apricots
Apricots (Dried) Avocado (Protein) Banana (ripe) Banana (unripe)
Apricots (Dried) Avocado (Protein) Banana (Ripe) Banana (Unripe)
Black Currant Blackberries Blueberry Cantaloupe
Black Currant Blackberries Blueberry Cantaloupe
Cherry (Sour) Cherry (Sweet) Clementines Coconut (Fresh)
Cherry (Sour) Cherry (Sweet) Clementines Coconut (Fresh)
Cranberry Currant Dates Dates (Dried)
Cranberry Currant Dates Dates (Dried)
Fig Juice Powder Figs (Dried) Figs (Raw) Fresh Lemon
Fig Juice Powder Figs (Dried) Figs (Raw) Fresh Lemon
Goji Berries Gooseberry (Ripe) Grapefruit Grapes (Ripe)
Goji Berries Gooseberry (Ripe) Grapefruit Grapes (Ripe)
Italian Plum Limes Mandarin Orange Mango
Italian Plum Limes Mandarin Orange Mango
Nectarine Italian Plum Italian Plum Italian Plum
Nectarine Orange Papaya Peach
Italian Plum Pineapple Pomegranate Rasberry
Pear Pineapple Pomegranate Rasberry
Red Currant Rose Hips Strawberries Strawberry
Red Currant Rose Hips Strawberries Strawberry
Tangerine Tomato Watermelon Yellow Plum
Tangerine Tomato Watermelon Yellow Plum
       
Grains & Legumes
Basmati Rice Brown Rice Buckwheat Bulgar Rice
Basmati Rice Brown Rice Buckwheat Bulgar Rice
Couscous Granulated Soy (Cooked, Ground) Kamut Lentils
Couscous Granulated Soy (Cooked, Ground) Kamut Lentils
Lima Beans Oats Rye Bread Soy Flour
Lima Beans Oats Rye Bread Soy Flour
Soy Lecithin (Pure) Soy Nuts (Soaked Soy Beans, Then Dried) Soybeans (Fresh) Spelt
Soy Lecithin (Pure) Soy Nuts (Soaked Soy Beans, Then Dried) Soybeans (Fresh) Spelt
Tofu Wheat White (Navy) Beans Millet
Tofu Wheat White (Navy) Beans Millet
       
Meat, Poultry & Fish
Beef Buffalo Chicken Duck
Beef Buffalo Chicken Duck
Fresh Water Fish Liver Ocean Fish Organ Meats
Fresh Water Fish Liver Ocean Fish Organ Meats
Oysters Pork Sardines (Canned) Tuna (Canned)
Oysters Pork Sardines (Canned) Tuna (Canned)
Veal Wild Salmon    
Veal Wild Salmon    
       
Miscellaneous
Apple Cider Vinegar Baking Soda Bee Pollen Canned Foods
Apple Cider Vinegar Baking Soda Bee Pollen Canned Foods
Cereals (Like Kelloggs) Hummus Microwaved Foods Popcorn
Cereals (Like Kelloggs) Hummus Microwaved Foods Popcorn
Rice Milk Royal Jelly Soy Protein Power Tempeh
Rice Milk Royal Jelly Soy Protein Power Tempeh
Whey Protein Powder Almond Milk Soy Milk  
Whey Protein Powder Almond Milk Soy Milk  
       
Nuts
Almonds Almond Butter (Raw) Brazil Nuts Cashews
Almonds Almond Butter (Raw) Brazil Nuts Cashews
Filberts Hazelnut Macadamia Nuts (Raw) Peanut Butter (Raw, Organic)
Filberts Hazelnut Macadamia Nuts (Raw) Peanut Butter (Raw, Organic)
Peanuts Pine Nuts (Raw) Pistachios Walnuts
Peanuts Pine Nuts (Raw) Pistachios Walnuts
       
Roots
Carrot Fresh Red Beet Kohirabi Potatoes
Carrot Fresh Red Beet Kohirabi Potatoes
Red Radish Rutabaga Summer Black Radish Sweet Potatoes
Red Radish Rutabaga Summer Black Radish Sweet Potatoes
Turnip White Radish (Spring) Yams  
Turnip White Radish (Spring) Yams  
       
Seeds
Barley Caraway Seeds Cumin Seeds Fennel Seeds
Barley Caraway Seeds Cumin Seeds Fennel Seeds
Flax Seeds Pumpkin Seeds Sesame Seeds Sunflower Seeds
Flax Seeds Pumpkin Seeds Sesame Seeds Sunflower Seeds
Wheat Kernel      
Wheat Kernel      
       
Sweets & Sweeteners
Agave Nectar Alcohol Sugars Artificial Sweeteners Barley Malt Syrup
Agave Nectar Alcohol Sugars Artificial Sweeteners Barley Malt Syrup
Beet Sugar Brown Rice Syrup Chocolates Dr. Bronner's Barley Malt Sweetener
Beet Sugar Brown Rice Syrup Chocolates Dr. Bronner’s Barley Malt Sweetener
Dried Sugar Cane Juice Fructose Halva (Ground Sesame Seed Sweet) Honey
Dried Sugar Cane Juice Fructose Halva (Ground Sesame Seed Sweet) Honey
Maple Syrup Milk Sugar Molasses Sugar (White)
Maple Syrup Milk Sugar Molasses Sugar (White)
Sugarcane Turbinado Sugar Xylitol Stevia
Sugarcane Turbinado Sugar Xylitol Stevia
       
Vegetables
Alfalfa Alfalfa Grass Artichokes Asparagus
Alfalfa Alfalfa Grass Artichokes Asparagus
Aubergine / Egg Plant Barley grass Basil Bell Peppers / Capsicums
Aubergine / Egg Plant Barley grass Basil Bell Peppers / Capsicums
Blue-Green Algae White (Navy) Beans White (Navy) Beans White (Navy) Beans
Blue-Green Algae Bok Choy Brussels Sprouts Cabbage Lettuce (Fresh)
White (Navy) Beans Cauliflower Cayenne Pepper Celery
Canned Vegetables Cauliflower Cayenne Pepper Celery
Chives Cliantro Comfrey Cooked Vegetables (All)
Chives Cliantro Comfrey Cooked Vegetables (All)
Cucumber (Fresh) Dandelion Dog Grass Endive (Fresh)
Cucumber (Fresh) Dandelion Dog Grass Endive (Fresh)
French Cut (Green) Beans Frozen Vegetables Garlic Ginger
French Cut (Green) Beans Frozen Vegetables Garlic Ginger
Ginseng Green Cabbage (December Harvest) Green Cabbage (March Harvest) Horse Radish
Ginseng Green Cabbage (December Harvest) Green Cabbage (March Harvest) Horse Radish
Jicama Kale Kamut Grass Lamb's Lettuce
Jicama Kale Kamut Grass Lamb’s Lettuce
Leeks (Bulbs) Lettuce Mushrooms Mustard Greens
Leeks (Bulbs) Lettuce Mushrooms Mustard Greens
Onion Oregano Parsnips Peas (Fresh)
Onion Oregano Parsnips Peas (Fresh)
Peas (Ripe) Peppers Pickled Vegetables Pumpkins (Raw)
Peas (Ripe) Peppers Pickled Vegetables Pumpkins (Raw)
Raw Onions Red Cabbage Rhubarb Stalks Savoy Cabbage
Raw Onions Red Cabbage Rhubarb Stalks Savoy Cabbage
Sea Vegetables Seaweed (Dulse, Kelp etc.) Shave Grass Sorrel
Sea Vegetables Seaweed (Dulse, Kelp etc.) Shave Grass Sorrel
Sourkraut Soy Sprouts Spinach (March Harvest) Spinach (Other than March)
Sourkraut Soy Sprouts Spinach (March Harvest) Spinach (Other than March)
Sprouted Seeds (All) Squash (All, Raw) Straw Grass Thyme
Sprouted Seeds (All) Squash (All, Raw) Straw Grass Thyme
Tomatoes (Puree) Tomatoes (Raw) Tomatoes (Sundried) Watercress
Tomatoes (Puree) Tomatoes (Raw) Tomatoes (Sundried) Watercress
Wheat Grass White Cabbage Yeast Zucchini
Wheat Grass White Cabbage Yeast Zucchini
Broccoli      
Broccoli      
 

 
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ATTENTION: Start The Alkaline Diet in
The Most Effective Way…

Eating the correct acidic and alkaline foods is one part of balancing your body, but there is more to it than just that.

You can find out how the alkaline diet system works here:
http://AcidAlkalineDiet.com/letter.htm

Inside I explain:

  • How To Test if your body pH level is out of balance.
  • Which Alkalizing 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 acidic alkaline food lists.
  • 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 acid alkaline foods chart to look up foods pH ratings then check out the alkaline diet system if you are anxious to get started.

 

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Comments

  • Extremely informative, very very usefull.

    Thank you.

    - Al
  • THANK YOU!!! this an excellent guide and I greatly appreciate any info that will assist in increasing my ph to a level that will create an intolerable living environment for the cancer cells.
    Thank you again and have a very merry Christmas. Dave Wheelwright

    - Dave Wheelwright
  • Michael I really like your style and generosity!
    I have followed your suggestions for quite some time now.
    When I wake in the morning and I feel stiff I go straight back to scanning my diet from the day before and find acid food in abundance among the intake.
    Thank you.

    - liesl
  • This is what my mother taught me bless her heart. She was so right!

    - Madi Creekmore
  • thanks this will really help me.

    - peggy white
  • Thank you for the beautiful akaline acid chart. I wish it was something I could down load and put in my kitchen. The way it would print out would be about 15 pages so that is the only negative thing I would have to say about it. I will try to put it into a file but it would be great to be able to print it out in a shorter version.
    Sincerely appreciative though, Susanna

    - Susanna McGrath
  • Wow, I didn’t see the printable version. Thanks I can now download it. Wheee.

    - Susanna McGrath
  • Certainly an easy color coded system and excellent to share with others who want to steer away from an acidic diet.

    - dee
  • This chart is wonderful. My doctor had told me to avoid tomato with my acid reflux, but if they are alkaline I don’t think that is necessary. Thank you for a good start in trying to avoid acidic choices and perhaps I will sign up after the holidays.

    - Marilyn Lofaro
  • I would like for my friends to try the alkaline foods & alkaline diet – the complete resource I think this will be the best diet guide they will ever try.
    you will be happy you did sharon

    - sharon renfro
  • This is wonderfull. I am framing it and putting it on my kitchen wall to remind me the importance of what I put in my body
    Thanks
    Andrea

    - Andrea
  • Very nice. I love the color guide! Makes it so much easier to remember. Thank you!

    - Deborah
  • Thank you for this comprehensive chart. We appreciate the time and energy you put forth to educate us about healthy life styles. Love and Gratitude, Jan.

    - Jan Henderson
  • Very useful information, thank you very much

    - abdullah
  • Thank you very much indeed for sending the alkaline diet chart which is very helpful.Sure I will share it to many friends of mine cause I do highly appreciate, living in a family which has a three generations traditions in the production of homeopathic drugs for some diseases and especially for chronic hepatitis, liver & gallbladder cleansing and burnings as well.

    God Bless you

    - ylli
  • Aloha. Thanks for the info. Wouldn’t this be neat if made available to elementary and secondary schools as part of health education.

    A hui hou – Stuart

    - Stuart
  • Thanks, This list is fabulous. being so acidic, i will really make use of it.

    - lydiah
  • Bless you Michael and colleagues for this chart. Before with all the different versions of which food is acid or alkaline on the web, it was simply crazy. Now all is still and simple!!

    Best wishes and A Joyful Xmas to yourselves

    UDAYAN

    - UDAYAN BHATTACHARYA
  • Wonderful resource for visual learners especially. Mahalo!

    - Sally
  • I didn’t realize lots of the “health” foods I was eating wasn’t very alkaline…I appreciate the color chart of the alkaline foods and now I know what I need to concentrate on more of eating to be more alkaline balanced and healthier…Thanks much from Hawaii!

    - Leah
  • Thank you for putting so much effort into producing the chart – you have certainly simplified a quite complicated subject and I am most appreciative.

    - Valerie
  • Thank you soooo much. This is sooooo useful.

    - Safet
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    Thanks to you.

    Leo

    - Leonardo Marino
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    - neville
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    - Tim John Kulikowski
  • Thank you, this is great and details in programme excellent. Best I have seen. Leona

    - Leona
  • Wanted to say thank you for the hopeful motivation to help me want to eat alkaline foods more. Your kindness in sharing this important knowledge is very much appreciated.

    - Raquel
  • Thanks SOOOO much!!! This is absolutely wonderful, huge help!! 😀

    - Emese
  • I think this is the only way to eat.. I am just getting started. But I find it so much better for my body.. My sugar levels are lower, my blood pressure is lower and I find myself not craving sweet that much any longer.. So thanks for the help and I am looking forward to learning more if I can.

    Nita Thornton
    Mansfield, Ohio.

    - Juanita Thornton
  • Wow, I see why I gained weight again. I tried the alkaline diet regime a couple of years ago and the weight just peeled off. As the new year approaches I am going to get back on tract.

    - Barbara Webb
  • I am sure you have had this question posed before. Why does each site I visit have conflicting Alkaline list. Some state that it is the end product after digestion that counts. How do you respond to this?

    - Jaye
    • @Jaye Often there are conflicts on alkaline lists because of the resulting “alkaline ash” after digestion is what counts. An example: lemons are obviously acidic, but after digestion they are actually alkalizing to the body.

      - admin
  • It’s free! Thank you for your generosity, anyone else would have charged $$$ for it.

    This is very very helpful. Thank you again.

    - Jocelyn
  • Thank you soooo much! Iv’e been looking for something like this for a long time! Excellant. Can’t wait to get started.

    - Linda
  • So amazing thankyou so much

    - Bernard browne.
  • Thank you so much for making possible decisions of what to eat for osteopenia so much easier. Comparing this list with the migraine triggers will make it safe to eat again.

    - Mary
  • Are you saying that my diet should be 70% alkaline foods and 30% acidic foods?

    - Portia Whale
    • @Portia Yes, 70% alkaline to 30% acidic foods is ideal.

      - admin
  • Uhhh…could you please move coffee to the more-alkaline side of the spectrum?

    I’d like not to cut it out of my diet, and I’d feel better if you lied to me about it.

    Much appreciated. Thank you.

    ;>(

    - HillRunner
  • Thanks!! This is awesome information. Great Job

    - Deepak Kumar BS
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    Wall charts would be an asset. Advertising promotions work because after repeated exposure we buy products ‘automatically.’

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    Are you making a ‘fun’ doco promotion? It would be good material for in-house TV programmes used in doctor/dentist/day surgery and outpatient rooms.

    CONGRATULATIONS! You are a man who understands the wisdom of knowledge and abundance.

    walk gently

    - christine
  • Great site. can you please send me some receipes please? Thanks

    - barbara fontana
  • Thank you so much.This will help me to make better choises what to eat and what not.

    - Eva
  • yaa!! ur all the diet food which u’ve snt me r da bst and ill definately follow it..to gt more healthy,more fine.,more better,
    bt plz send me some dietry chart for the deabitc person
    regards,
    kiran.

    - kiran
  • Thank you for th informative chart. I am supposed to get and stay more alkaline because I have a newly diagnosed heart murmer, which I wish to correct without drugs or surgery. This will help tremendously.

    - stephanie
  • Fantastic way to renew your life with a very healthy approach and system, so far is doing wonders in my life, I feel more energized, sleep better, I’ll recommend it to anybody

    - Ruben
  • Thank you so much for this food chart , I would use this as a gulid to keep an alkaline body . Kenny

    - Kenny yuen
  • What are the x for in the colored food chart? Thank you.

    - carol
  • I use a dehydrator to dry excess vegetables to use for soups like onion, celery, carrot, greenbeans, spinach and butternut squash. I also dry fruits for use in winter. Are these better for you in the way of alkalinity than if I were to can them?

    - Donalyn
  • I have just been diagnosed with acid reflux, and while doing some research I heard about alkaline foods. I’m hoping it will help me feel better. Thank you for the chart, I will print it and put it to good use.

    - Ray M
  • Thanks a lot !

    I was interested for alkaline food because I read that is so important for gender selection.
    Most important in this world is to be healthy.
    When you are healthy you have everything!
    But I am interesting to have healthy and both gender of children .
    I love them so much.

    All the best ,

    Vjollca

    - Vjollca
  • I wish I had heard about this about 50 years ago! But, it’s never too late to give it a try…even at 82! Thanks for the very valuable info.

    - phyllis cherault
  • 55 year old male severe sleep apnea 6’3″ 230lbs wish to lose 30lbs to see if I can get rid of the sleep apnea

    - Bob
  • need to shed excess weight….n looking forward for a baby boy

    - natasha
  • I want to know how to effectively alkalize my diet( I.e. Make my diet alkaline)

    - Khushbu
  • Mind-boggling. You deserve all praise. Thank you very much.

    - P Veera Reddy
  • I have already been eating most of these foods. I was just curious to see if there were some I am missing. The book Fit For Life has some of these same recipes. I am curious about grape fruit as I eat a lot of it. Also does drinking lemon water aid in removing some acidity. I appreciate your input and thank-you for the chart.

    - Luise Thompson
  • I found your website chart very useful.I am a very lean person and want to put on weight. I am suffering from chronic osteoporosis and acute migraine problem. Can you suggest a dietary chart to overcome these problems. Thanks once again.

    Monica

    - monica
  • Hi-Your website was very informative and interesting. Would you recommend to have fruits like apple, grapes, oranges,bananas before OR after meals? Thanks so much

    - Oscar
  • Thank you for allowing me to have this Alkaline Food Chart for free. It is lovely to know that there are still generous people around who want everyone to feel as healthy as possible without it costing them big bucks.
    Glen

    - Glenys Little
  • Thank you for the food chart. And will keep it real

    - johnny mason
  • About 2 years ago, I had gout and really suffered with it and found that my diet was too acidic and I really need to try this diet. I am on a diet now to help my blood pressure to come down and it sounds like this would help that also!
    Thanks,
    Jackie

    - Jackie
  • I would have never guessed that Lemon and Lime are Alkaline. Thanks for the chart.

    - Dave
  • In January I was on anti-biotics, now tummy aches and trying to heal through food, alkaline, hopefully this chart will help me choose the right foods, like what do I eat for breakfast? Thank you.

    - Diane Shaw
  • Thank you so very much,have so many problems w/ joint and muscle pain and migrains since childhood and very much tired of Drs. wanting to give pills for everything or sending you to other Drs. Believe me, could rant and rave right along with you about doctors…
    Have a wonderful day

    - Faye Collier
  • I’m looking forward to starting this “new way” of healthy energizing; I’ll give it a chance when I get your chart. Thanks so much for sharing your gift! Jane

    - jane
  • I’m excited to get my old body back. I started exercising- lost about 35 pounds- went thru my most stressful year of my life and have developed extremely DRY DRY DRY skin and hair, painful consistent rashes and endlessly recurrent eczema. It’s been 3 years of hell- trying everything under the sun! high Acid definitely explains the timing and why the rashes keep coming back after “eliminating the potential allergens” etc. Has anyone else had dryness, rashes or eczema as a result of being too acidic? how long did it take to recover?

    Hopeful in Indy!

    - Cat
  • Many thanks for th excellent chart I am most appreciative! God bless you

    - Mercedes
  • Thanks for this easy to use chart (7 page colored printable version too). Watching your acid/alkaline balance is pretty simple and a powerful way to impact ones health. I had an experience with gout(ow!) and self corrected it with this method and proper water consumption.
    There are ion water machines available that produce alkaline water (used as medical devices in Japan) for those who have serious health problems or just want to avoid them.
    I visited a kibbutz in Israel years ago and they fed us cucumbers 3 meals a day (for breakfast?), but it took me years to realize just how smart they were. Dr Tim

    - Dr Timothy Heaps
  • The Alkaline diet appears to be something I can benefit from following. I need to lose 30 pounds and want to increase my energy level.

    - Cornelius
  • I found your chart very interesting. I start using it the same day I found it which is about a week ago. I can actually feel the difference already. I guess this might be mind over matter as a week is too soon to see any result, but I sure hope to use it to the fullest. I wan wondering, what about some of the food that is not listed; Should I assume they are OK?

    - Winston
  • OMG! No wonder i suffer from GERD and IBS. Not only is my refrigerator filled with acidic foods, I eat them everyday all day. This chart is not only resourceful and very helpful, it will help me to choose my foods more wisely and make a diet change. It’s gonna be hard with all the temptation of fast food and fast cooking processed foods. What has this world come to, there killing us thru our food.

    - Clueless
  • I’m confused. Tomatoes are not alkaline. They are actually very acidic. And I thought lemons were acidic as well.

    - M13
  • Thanks a lot for such useful information.if I’m allowed to ask questions,I would like to know that is it good to use amaranth flakes for making flat bread?.I bought it last night & used it with whole wheat flour.

    - alia
  • Thank you for such a comprehensive list.
    Thanks a million.
    Naz

    - naz
  • Hi,
    Im 21, and I want to have a drink the alkaline fresh greens.. I just don`t know what to green powder i should buy?? So if anyone knows witch one i should buy, please let me know
    Thank you

    - breezy
  • I have PN and everything I eat makes me each trying to find some things to help me relief some discomfort and thought I would try this and I also need to lose weight.

    Thank you

    - Sheerese Boyd
  • When they mention chocolates do they also mean cocoa powder that is unsweetened? Most chocolates have milk and sugars in them. Just wondering

    - Linda Osterman
  • Thank you!!! I’m so glad you care enough to share
    this information with us all- highly beneficial and
    Very informative!

    - Claudette
  • Hoping this will improve my well being been sick for 18a years with ovarian cancer and complications from the cancer. I never feel good.

    - Gayle
  • Absolutely helpful and educative. I truly loved it and saved the link for my wife to see..People perish for lack of knowledge but this site enlightens all who wanna have a balanced nice diet without having to suffer heartburns each time a good meal is on the table like steak. I now know what to mix to balance and have no heartburn. Thank you so much for putting this online

    - maiyo ishmael
  • thanks a million for this chart it helps me alot with what I have been confused with

    - lorenzo
  • I was shocked to know that frozen vegetables are acidic! I buy them all the time for my family and will definitely change that! And to know that spring water is not as alkaline as I thought it would be. I remember drinking Fiji water years ago and noticing that I felt good after having it. I think I’ll go back to drinking that water! Thanks so much!

    - Big Momma
  • Thank you so much. I’ve been looking for a list of alkaline foods for a while. This is a great help. Hoping to balance weight and health.

    - Linda
  • Great and simplified information…… Thanks

    - Abhijeet
  • I think it could be the reference, thanks the author to categorize this foods. Thank you so much!

    - Rechard
  • Wonderful information, helped me so much to understand how to balance my daily meal and what I am actually eating. Thank you so much for putting all these information online.

    - PSubba

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