Are You Eating Enough Alkaline Foods to Maintain Vital Health?

Feb 28, 10 | Tâm Duyên | 11,882 views | 23 Comments



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Kèm theo dưới đây là bảng liệt kê các thức ăn làm cho cơ thể chúng ta có alkaline (kiềm) tính hoặc acid tính.


alkalineThis chart provides information that shows the contribution of various food substances to the acidifying of body fluids, and ultimately, to the urine, saliva, and blood. In general, it is important to eat a diet that contains foods from both sides of the chart.

Allergic reactions and other forms of stress tend to produce acids in the body. The presence of high acidity indicates that more of your foods should be selected from the alkalizing group.

People vary, but for most, the ideal diet is 75 percent alkalizing and 25 percent acidifying foods by volume.

ALKALIZING FOODS

1. VEGETABLES:

Garlic – Asparagus – Fermented Veggies – Watercress – Beets – Broccoli – Brussel sprouts – Cabbage – Carrot – Cauliflower – Celery – Chard – Chlorella – Collard Greens – Cucumber – Eggplant – Kale – Kohlrabi – Lettuce –
Mushrooms – Mustard Greens – Dulce – Dandelions – Edible Flowers – Onions – Parsnips (high glycemic) – Peas – Peppers – Pumpkin – Rutabaga – Sea Veggies – Spirulina – Sprouts – Squashes – Alfalfa – Barley Grass – Wheat Grass – Wild Greens – Nightshade Veggies


2. FRUITS:

Apple – Apricot – Avocado – Banana (high glycemic) – Cantaloupe – Cherries – Currants – Dates/Figs – Grapes – Grapefruit – Lime – Honeydew Melon – Nectarine – Orange – Lemon – Peach – Pear – Pineapple – All Berries – Tangerine – Tomato – Tropical Fruits – Watermelon


3. PROTEIN:

Eggs – Whey Protein Powder – Cottage Cheese – Chicken Breast – Yogurt – Almonds – Chestnuts – Tofu (fermented) – Flax Seeds – Pumpkin Seeds – Tempeh (fermented) – Squash Seeds – Sunflower Seeds – Millet
Sprouted Seeds – Nuts


4. OTHER:

Apple Cider Vinegar – Bee Pollen – Lecithin Granules – Probiotic Cultures – Green Juices – Veggies Juices – Fresh Fruit Juice – Organic Milk (unpasteurized) – Mineral Water – Alkaline Antioxidant Water – Green Tea – Herbal Tea – Dandelion Tea – Ginseng Tea – Banchi Tea – Kombucha


5. SWEETENERS: Stevia


6. SPICES/SEASONINGS:

Cinnamon – Curry – Ginger – Mustard – Chili Pepper – Sea Salt – Miso – Tamari – All Herbs


7. ORIENTAL VEGETABLES:

Maitake – Daikon – Dandelion Root – Shitake – Kombu – Reishi – Nori – Umeboshi – Wakame – Sea Veggies –

ACIDIFYING FOODS

1. FATS & OILS:

Avocado Oil – Canola Oil – Corn Oil – Hemp Seed Oil – Flax Oil – Lard – Olive Oil – Safflower Oil – Sesame Oil – Sunflower Oil


2. FRUITS: Cranberries


3. GRAINS:

Rice Cakes – Wheat Cakes – Amaranth – Barley – Buckwheat – Corn – Oats (rolled) – Quinoi – Rice (all) – Rye – Spelt – Kamut – Wheat – Hemp Seed Flour


4. DAIRY:

Cheese, Cow – Cheese, Goat – Cheese, Processed – Cheese, Sheep – Milk – Butter


5. NUTS & BUTTERS:

Cashews – Brazil Nuts – Peanuts – Peanut Butter – Pecans – Tahini – Walnuts


6. PASTA (WHITE):

Noodles – Macaroni – Spaghetti


7. OTHER:

Distilled Vinegar – Wheat Germ – Potatoes


8. DRUGS & CHEMICALS:

Chemicals – Drugs, Medicinal – Drugs, Psychedelic – Pesticides – Herbicides


9. ALCOHOL:

Beer – Spirits – Hard Liquor – Wine


10. BEANS & LEGUMES:

Black Beans – Chick Peas – Green Peas – Kidney Beans – Lentils – Lima Beans – Pinto Beans – Red Beans – Soy Beans – Soy Milk – White Beans – Rice Milk – Alm

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