Download PDF of Alkaline Food List
Hello friends, today I am going to share with you Alkaline Food List PDF to all of you which you can download from the link given below.
Alkaline food also known as acidic alkaline diet or alkaline ash diet. Well we all know that the pH value of your body can change due to the diet you eat, like if an acidic diet goes into your body then the pH value of your body is the lowest and if an alkaline diet goes into your body. If it is, then the pH inside your body becomes more than 7 Converting food into energy is considered one of the most difficult processes in your body because it involves a complex chemical process that breaks down your food into fine pieces.
The way in which a thing moves, it leaves behind its ashes, in the same way, when you eat food and its digestion is started by the body, then in the end that food is stored in the form of energy and The remaining residue is left behind in the form of ash which is called as metabolic waste.
This metabolic waste can be acidic, alkaline or alkaline. It is believed that metabolic waste affects the acidity of your body, so in other words, if you eat a food that is acidic, the ash produced from it will be Makes your blood acidic and if you take alkaline food then your body’s pH value of your blood becomes alkaline
According to the Acid Ace hypothesis, it is believed that if acidic ash is formed in your body then it is considered a symptom of disease and if alkaline ash is formed in your body then your body is considered safe.
By eating alkaline food, you can make your body more alkaline so that your health will always be healthy.
Food that leaves acidic ash contains the following components
Foods that leave alkaline ash contain the following components.
It means that if you alkalize the ash of your body in some way, then you can avoid acidity, that’s why you should eat alkaline food to do this, the list of which you will get by clicking on the link given below.
|Vegetables||Summer squash||Grains, Cereals||Diary & Meat|
|Artichokes||Sweet Potatoes||& Breads||None|
|Asparagus (tips)||Swiss chard||Amaranth||Condiments &|
|Bell Peppers||Wheatgrass||Quinoa||Bee Pollen|
|Brussels Sprouts||Wild Greens||Spelt||Bragg Aminos|
|Cabbages||Zucchini||Sprouted Breads||Chili Pepper|
|Chard||Lemons||Sweets &||Guacamole (fresh|
|Chives||Oils & Fats||Beans &||Houmous|
|Collard Greens||Avocado Oil||Legumes||Lemon Juice|
|Cucumbers||Coconut Oil||All moderately||Lime Juice|
|Dandelions||Flax Oil||acidic||Sea Salt|
|Dills||Hemp Seed Oil||Nuts & Seeds||Oriental|
|Dulce||Olive Oil||Almond Butter||Vegetables|
|Endives||Sesame Oil||Carraway Seeds||Dandelion Root|
|Garlic||Grasses &||Cumin Seeds||Kombu|
|Green Beans||Sprouts||Fennel Seeds||Maitake|
|Green Olives||Alfalfa||Hemp Seeds||Nori|
|Green Peas||Alfalfa Sprouts||Pumpkin Seeds||Reishi|
|Greens (leafy)||Amaranth Sprouts||Sesame Seeds||Sea Vegetables|
|Horseradishes||Barley Grass||Sunflower Seeds||Shitake|
|Artichokes||Dog Grass||Alkaline Water||Wakame|
|Leeks||Kamut Grass||Coconut Water|
|Lettuces||Kamut Sprouts||Fresh Lemon &|
|Mustard Greens||Lemon Grass||Lime Water|
|Okra||Millet Sprouts||Fresh Veg Juices|
|Onions||Mung Bean||Green Drinks|
|Oyster plants||Sprouts||Green Tea|
|Parsley||Oat Grass||Herbal Tea|
|Parsnips||Quinoa Sprouts||Wheat Grass|
|Peas (fresh)||Shave Grass||Juice|
|Peppers||Spelt Sprouts||Udo’s Choice|
|Radishes||Wheat Grass||Beyond Greens|