ALKALINE FOOD LIST

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Collard and Mustard Greens – Very Alkaline

Eating alkaline foods can help to take away or reduce the acidity of other foods that you eat. This list is slightly alkaline, alkaline and very alkaline. Eating only these foods would be too much of a good thing but combining these foods with more acid type foods should help to produce a good pH balance in your body. The foods go very acidic, acidic, slightly acidic, slightly alkaline, alkaline and very alkaline. Look at the list for acidic foods and compare them with these alkaline foods to get a better idea of how to properly balance your meals.

FOODS THAT HELP REDUCE ACIDITY
SLIGHTLY ALKALINE ALKALINE VERY ALKALINE
artichokes acorn squash asparagus
avocados almonds beet greens
bananas apples broccoli
beetroot beets Brussels sprouts
black beans blackberries collard greens
Brazil nuts butternut squash cucumbers
cabbage (all types) cantaloupe endive
Canola oil celery escarole
carrots dates fennel
cashews figs garlic
cauliflower grapes ginger root
cheese (goat’s milk) green beans ginger tea
cheese (soy) herbs, dried & spices grapefruit
cherries (sweet) (except salt & curry) greens (all types)
chestnuts honeydew herbs, fresh
cider, apple kiwifruit juice, vegetable (fresh)
cinnamon Lima beans kale
coconut maple syrup leeks
coconut oil melons lemons
cod liver oil navy beans lettuce (all types)
corn (fresh) okra limes
eggplant papaya mandarin oranges
flax seeds pears mangoes
flax seed oil pepper, black mustard greens
fruit juice, fresh pickles, dill olive oil
goat’s milk potato (sweet) onions
granola, unsweetened raisins parsley
great northern beans raspberries peppers
honey (raw) rice syrup radishes
horseradish soy sauce spinach
kidney beans spices, except salt & curry Swiss chard
lentils sprouts tea (ginger)
mushrooms squash, summer vegetable juices (fresh)
oats squash, winter watercress
oatmeal strawberries yellow beans
olives sweet potato
oranges syrup (maple)
peaches syrup (rice)
peas tea (green)
pineapple watermelon
pinto beans yellow squash
potato skins zucchini
rice, wild
rutabaga
sesame seeds
soy cheese
soybeans (edamame)
tangerines
tea (herbal)
tofu
tomatoes
turnip
wild rice

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