Easy Juice Recipes presents: Discover Why Alkaline Foods Are Highly Recommended and what they are?

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Easy Juice Recipes presents:

 

Discover Why Alkaline Foods Are Highly Recommended and what some of the foods are?

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Once you know how to do this you can see the effect that the juices that you drink have on your body, as well as the other foods that you eat.

Alkaline Acid Food Chart (SEE FULL CHART AT THE BOTTOM)

Would you like a way to quickly know which foods tend
to be more acid and which foods tend to be more alkaline?

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Free Alkaline Acid Food Chart

An alkaline food list is a list of foods that make you more alkaline after you’ve digested them. Not all raw food is alkalizing. And, some acid foods actually increase your pH.  (For full list see P.S.)

For example, a lemon is acid when you eat it, but alkalizing after you’ve digested it. Because you can’t know if a food is alkalizing or acidifying by looking at it I’ve added a list below that tells you just that.

For a balanced raw food diet it is important to eat a significant amount of alkalizing foods.

As a general rule the following foods groups are alkalizing:

  • Green leafy vegetables (e.g. spinach, kale);
  • Wild edibles (e.g., dandelion, nettles, wild grasses);
  • Fresh herbs (e.g. parsley, cilantro, basil, garlic);
  • Grasses (e.g. wheat, barley grass);
  • Sprouts;
  • Sea vegetables (e.g. kelp, nori, dulse, spirulina, blue green algae);
  • Medicinal mushrooms (e.g. shiitake, maitake, reishi).

The right alkaline balance is critical to good health. To see how acid or alkaline you are, you can do a simple test using pH test strips (litmus paper).

 

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When you’re just starting a raw food diet, it may be hard to become alkaline. Even if you eat raw greens all day. I find that juicing greens (with fruits or herbs) speeds up this process tremendously, but it may still not be enough.

I that case, you may want to use some alkalizing supplements. Examples are (Himalayan) sea salt, coral calcium, silica, pH drops, green powder or other super foods.

In short, the list of alkaline food is all that’s raw and green (especially greens, sea vegetables, superfoods and herbs) and an acid food list is all animal products, grains, sugars.

Until next time….

Happy Juicing!

 

Dave and Dr. Jer
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P.S.  Here is full list   alkalifoodlist Chart

 

Acid & Alkali food List

 

Acidic Forming Foods 

Meat/Poultry/Sea
food
Beef
Chicken
Clams
Crab
Duck
Fish
Goose
Lamb
Lobster
Oysters
Pork
Shellfish
Turkey
Veal
Condiments/Dres
sings
Jams
Ketchup Mayonnaise
Mustard
Soy sauce
Vinegar
Breads/Flours
Cereals
Corn (processed)
Corn meals
Cornstarch
Pasta (all, except
Vegetable pasta and
Spelt pasta)
Rye bread
Rye flour
White biscuit
White bread
Whole grain bread
Whole meal bread
Fats
Butter
Canola oil
Corn oil
Margarine/Vegetabl
e oil Sunflower oil
Dairy Products
Butter
Cheeses
Eggs & egg products
Milk
Beverages
Wine
Beer
Liquor
Coffee
Processed juices
Soda drinks
Sport drinks
Black tea
Fruits/Vegetables
Preserved fruits
Preserved
vegetables
Canned fruits
Canned,
Artificially dried,
roasted,
sweetened
Glazed fruits
Jellied fruits
Processed veggies
White tips
Asparagus
Canned olives
Pickled vegetables
Nuts/Seeds
Cashews
Peanuts
Roasted nuts
Salted nuts
Walnuts
Grains/Legumes
Brown rice
Wheat White rice
Sweets
Artificial sweeteners
Barley malt sugar
Molasses
Pies
Sugar, refined cane
Beet sugar
Cakes
Chocolate
Cookies
Doughnuts
Honey

 

 

ALKALI FORMING FOODS

 

Vegetables
Alfalfa
Alfalfa grass
Alfalfa sprouts
Artichokes
Asparagus (green
tips)
Bamboo shoots
Beans
Beets
Beet tops
Bell Peppers
Broccoli
Cabbage (white)
Carrot tops
Carrots
Cauliflower
Celery
Chard
Chayote
Chicory
Chives
Collards
Cucumbers
Dandelions
Dills
Endives
Garlic
Greens (leafy)
Horseradish
Jerusalem artichoke
Kale
Kelp
Leek
Lettuce
Okra
Olives (ripe/black)
Onion
Oyster plant
Parsley
Parsnips
Peas (fresh)
Pumpkin
Radish
Rutabagas
Spinach
Sprouts (all)
Summer squash
Swiss chard
Turnips
Watercress
Wheat grass
Zucchini
Fruits
Avocado
Banana (unripe)
Grapefruit (sour)
Lemon/Lime
Tomatoes
Grains/Legumes
Buckwheat
Millet
Spelt Lentils
Lima beans
White beans
Beverages
Fresh coconut water
Distilled water
Fats/Oils
Olive oil
Flaxseed oil
Dairy Products
Goat milk
Goat cheese
Breads/Flours
Sprouted bread
Spelt bread
Quinoa
Spelt Pasta
Nuts & Seeds
Almonds
Cumin seeds
Fennel seeds
Sesame

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