High Alkaline Foods
High alkaline foods are generally easy to select, being the
common sense ‘good’ dietary choices such as:
essential oils (unheated)
- Herbal teas
- Supplements such as wheatgrass
and green drinks
any food that is high in
water content, low in sugar and not cooked or processed is alkalizing
Foods List for a
comprehensive list of alkaline foods.
nuts and oils
arise with things such as
fruits, nuts and oils. Dr Robert Young (leading alkaline diet
author) advises against all fruits, except for a few unsweet ones, such
avocados, tomatoes, lemons, limes and grapefruits. Other researchers
other fruits are also high alkaline foods.
example, Dr Susan Brown and Larry
Trivieri in their book ‘The
Acid Alkaline Food Guide’
blueberries, apricots, melons, mangoes and cherries as being alkaline
thing to remember with most fruits
is that although they contain a lot of nutrients, they also contain a
sugar. Nutrients and minerals need to outweigh acid sugars in order to
are not innately bad but in our
Western society we tend to consume so many refined carbohydrates and
that most people have yeast
infections of some sort. The fruit acid sugars feed
this yeast and fungus and produce microtoxins that have a pretty
effect on the body.
macadamia nuts, brazil nuts
and pumpkin seeds are also debatable foods.
acidity or alkalinity of oils and
fats largely depends on the quality of the oil and how it is processed.
example, cold pressed virgin olive oil is classed as alkaline but
oil (which can become a very unhealthy hydrogenated fat or trans fat
in cooking) is acidic.
Diet Health Tip: Coconut oil
is excellent, even though a saturated fat, as it does not hydrogenate
have produced an Alkaline Foods List
which is not definitive but details the general consensus and common
sense high alkaline foods.
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recipes by downloading my 38-page FREE Alkaline Diet Recipes Book
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