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high of an acidic pH can cause serious health concerns, and the majority of
foods found in the typical American diet can leave a highly acidic ash in the
body that can accelerate aging and disease. It is possible to be too
alkali also, but not as common. Ironically, eating foods that
seem acidic, actually create alkali ash in the body, and eating alkali foods
create an acid ash in the body. Your dietary intake ideally should consist
of about 75% alkalizing foods and 25% acidifying foods to keep your body in
balance. Chewing well also helps your body absorb the most nutrients
directly into the blood stream before the food reaches the gut and helps
maintain a pH balance.
pH is very
important. The pH of your body can even help determine the sex of the child you have. Highly acidic women tend to bear
girls and highly alkali women tend to have boys, simply because each of these
conditions is conducive to what environments sex cells flourish in. For
years many women in foreign countries have regularly use natural alkaline
douches to raise the chances of their having a boy.
you're not sure if your body is acidic or alkali, test your urine and saliva
Test Strips that will indicate if you are pH balanced
Then use the list below and links
at the upper left as your guide to select the right alkalizing foods or acidifying foods
to help combat aging and disease and improve your overall health and
well-being. Don't forget to try to select organic or natural chemical-free
foods to ensure optimal health.
Foods (75% of Diet):
Garlic, asparagus, fermented vegetables, watercress, beets, broccoli, brussel
sprouts, cabbage, carrot, cauliflower, celery, chard, chlorella,
collard greens, cucumber, eggplant, kale, kohlrabi, lettuce, mushrooms, mustard
greens, dandelions, edible flowers, onions, parsnips (high glycemic), peas,
peppers, pumpkin, rutabaga, sea veggies, spirulina,
sprouts, alfalfa, barley grass, wheat grass, wild greens, nightshade, and other
veggies (except potatoes and squashes). Try to buy fresh organic or frozen
with no additives. Eat raw or cook/steam vegetables in a small amount of
water at low temperatures so as not to destroy enzymes necessary to your health.
Apples, apricots, avocados, bananas (high glycemic), cantaloupe, cherries,
currants, dates, figs, grapes, grapefruit, lime, honeydew, melon, nectarines,
oranges, lemons, peaches, pears, pineapple, berries (except cranberries and
blueberries), tangerines, tomatoes, tropical fruits, watermelon, and other
fruits (except plums and prunes). Try to buy fresh raw organic, organic
dried fruits, or frozen with no additives.
protein, cottage cheese, chicken breast, yogurt,
almonds, chestnuts, tofu (fermented), flax seeds, pumpkin seeds, tempeh
(fermented), squash seeds, millet, sprouted seeds, and other nuts (except
cashews, brazil nuts, peanuts/peanut butter, pecans, tahini, and walnuts).
Try to buy chemical-free natural or organic products.
mustard seed, chili pepper, sea
salt, miso, tamari, and all herbs.
Try to buy fresh or natural non-irradiated organic herbs
(natural leaf sweetener also good for diabetes, obesity, and food and tobacco
Maitake, daikon, dandelion root, shitake, kombu, reishi, nori, umeboshi,
wakame, sea veggies.
/ probiotic beverages, veggie juices, green juices,
fresh fruit juice, organic milk (unpasteurized and preferably unhomogenized),
mineral water, distilled water, green
tea, ginseng tea, banchi tea, red
tea, and Kombucha.
cider vinegar, bee
granules, and body alkalizing
Foods (Limit to 25% of Diet):
and Chemicals: Chemicals, drugs, tobacco, processed sugar
made with chemicals, medicinals, caffeine, pesticides,
herbicides, and fertilizers, and chemical preservatives
and additives in foods. Read more on the Dangers
of Medicinal Drugs.
and Oils: Avocado oil, canola oil, corn oil, hemp seed oil,
seed oil, olive oil, safflower oil, sesame oil, and
sunflower oil. Only use oils sparingly, and don't heat to high
temperatures or fry as changes occur chemically at high temperatures and may
become carcinogenic. Always heat oils at low temperature -- this makes
food taste better too!
Butters: Cashews, brazil nuts, peanuts, peanut butter, pecans,
tahini, and walnuts.
Cranberries, blueberries, plums, prunes, and squash.
Cheeses (except cottage cheese) including cow cheese, goat cheese, processed
cheese, milk, butter. When you do eat dairy products, try to buy
Beef, carp, clams, fish, lamb, lobster, mussels, oyster, pork, rabbit, salmon,
shrimp, scallops, tuna, turkey, and venison. When you do eat meats, try to
get naturally raised, hormone- and chemical-free organic, and with the least fat
since this is where toxins store.
Rice cakes, wheat cakes, amaranth, unpearled barley, buckwheat, corn, oats,
quinoa, brown rice, rye, spelt, kamut, wheat, hemp seed, and flours. When
you do eat grains, make sure they are whole-grain and natural.
Only eat whole grain noodles, macaroni, spaghetti, and other whole-grain
pastas. Never eat chemical-tainted and bleached white bread,
"enriched" bread or products which are not whole-grain, white rice,
semolina, or other white pastas.
Coffee, caffeinated black tea, and alcohol, including beer, spirits, hard
liquor, and wine. If you occasionally choose to drink alcohol or use it in
cooking, as wine in particular in moderation can be good for your health (red
wine for the heart, white wine for the lungs), try to buy organic products free
from sulfates. If you have a drinking problem, visit both our treatment
page and click
here to learn more about how alcohol, processed sugars,
and chemicals affect
your brain, mood, and health, and find out what you can
do to successfully combat alcoholism, hypoglycemia, chemical dependencies, and
other related brain-chemical and chemical imbalance problems so your body can
Beans & Legumes:
Black beans, chick peas, green peas, kidney beans, lentils, lima beans, pinto
beans, red beans, soy beans, navy beans, soy milk, white beans, rice milk,
almond milk, and other dry beans.
Distilled vinegar, wheat
germ, iodized salt, and potatoes.