About Me

My Photo
God loves us so much that He has given us precious creations in nature from the beginning of time to help us live healthy and productive lives! I love God and believe in utilizing everything He created for us. His food is miraculous! I am married to a wonderful man and have two beautiful, healthy daughters, ages 12 and 7. I am an activist for "all things God" and believe in living by His Word. I homeschool and have a health ministry for friends, family, and health lovers world-wide. I'm totally into all-natural and avoid chemicals, food additives, etc. even in my cosmetics. I am working toward eating Vegan, Organic, and raw as much as possible (my family too). Optimal Health - God's Way ".....and the fruit thereof shall be for meat (FOOD), and the leaf for MEDICINE." Ezekiel 47:12 KJV

Saturday, June 23, 2012

Alkaline Foods List


"Alkaline Foods List: Foods to Eat Freely..."*

This an Alkaline Foods List Showing Alkaline "Ash"
"Ash" is a term used to describe the waste product of certian foods after it has been metabolized through the digestive tract.
The following is a list of common foods with an approximate, relative potential of acidity (-) or alkalinity (+), as present in one ounce of food.
Vegetables
Brussels Sprouts+0.5Barley Grass+28.1White Beans (Navy Beans)+12.1
Peas, Ripe+0.5Soy Sprouts+29.5Granulated Soy (Cooked
Asparagus+1.3Sprouted Radish Seeds+28.4Ground Soy Beans)+12.8
Comfrey+1.5Sprouted Chia Seeds+28.5Soy Nuts (soaked Soy Beans
Green Cabbage, March Harvest+2.0Alfalfa Grass+29.3Then Air Dried)+26.5
Lettuce+2.2Cucumber, Fresh+31.5Soy Lecithin (Pure)+38.0
Onion+3.0Wheat Grass+33.8
Cauliflower+3.1
Nuts
White Cabbage+3.3
Root Vegetables
Almonds+3.6
Green Cabbage,White Raddish (Spring)+3.1
December Harvest+4.0Rutabaga+3.1
Seeds
Savoy Cabbage+4.5Kohlrabi+5.1Sesame Seeds+0.5
Lamb's Lettuce+4.8Horseradish+6.8Cumin Seeds+1.1
Peas, Fresh+5.1Turnip+8.0Fennel Seeds+1.3
Zucchini+5.7Carrot+9.5Caraway Seeds+2.3
Red Cabbage+6.3Beet+11.3
Rhubarb Stalks+6.3Red Radish+16.7
Fats (Fresh, Cold-Pressed Oils)
Leeks (Bulbs)+7.2Summer Black Radish+39.4Olive Oil+1.0
Watercress+7.7Borage Oil+3.2
Spinach, March Harvest+8.0
Fruits
Flax Seed Oil+3.5
Chives+8.3Limes+8.2Evening Primrose Oil+4.1
French Cut Green Beans+11.2Fresh Lemon+9.9Marine Lipids+4.7
Sorrel+11.5Tomato+13.6
Spinach (Other Than March)+13.1Avocado (Protein)+15.6
Water
Garlic+13.2Spring, Mineral, or
Celery+13.3
Non-Stored Organic
Ionized Watervaries
Cabbage Lettuce, Fresh+14.1
Grains And Legumes
Coconut Water+9.04
Endive, Fresh+14.5Buckwheat Groats+0.5
Cayenne Pepper+18.8Spelt+0.5
Straw Grass+21.4Lentils+0.6
Shave Grass+21.7Soy Flour+2.5
Dog Grass+22.6Tofu+3.2
Dandelion+22.7Lima Beans+12.0
Kamut Grass+27.6Soybeans, Fresh+12.0

*source: "Back To The House Of Health" by Shelley Redford Young

For those of you following an alkaline diet, this is a alkaline foods list to help you choose your food. But please keep in mind this is not the be all and end of of your weight loss.
A comprehensive weight loss program that is tailored to your body chemistry is the ideal way to determine what foods will be truly alkalizing or acidic to your body.

"Alkaline Foods: Foods to Eat Sparringly*..."

This a Chart of Food "Ash" pH

"Ash" is a term used to describe the waste product of certian foods after it has been metabolized through the digestive tract.
The following is a list of common foods with an approximate, relative potential of acidity (-) or alkalinity (+), as present in one ounce of food.
Fish
Non-Stored Grains
Fresh Water Fish-11.8Brown Rice-12.5
Wheat-10.1
Fruits
(In Season, For Cleansing Only
Nuts and Seeds
Or With Moderation)Wheat Kernel-11.4
Rose Hips-15.5Walnuts-8.0
Pineapple-12.6Pumpkin Seeds-5.6
Mandarin Orange-11.5Sunflower Seeds-5.4
Bananna, Ripe-10.1Macadamia Nuts-3.2
Pear-9.9Hazelnuts-2.0
Peach-9.7Flax Seeds-1.3
Apricot-9.5Brazil Nuts-0.5
Papaya-9.4
Orange-9.2
Fats
Mango-8.7Sunflower Oil-6.7
Tangerine-8.5Coconut Milk-1.5
Currant-8.2                                 
Gooseberry, Ripe-7.7
Grape, Ripe-7.6
Cranberry-7.0
Black Currant-6.1
Strawberry-5.4
Blueberry-5.3
Rasberry-5.1
Yellow Plum-4.9
Italian Plum-4.9
Date-4.7
Cherry, Sweet-3.6
Cantaloupe-2.5
Red Currant-2.4
Fig Juice Powder-2.4
Grapefruit-1.7
Watermelon-1.0
Coconut, Fresh+0.5
Cherry, Sour+3.5
Bananna, Unripe+4.8

*source: "Back To The House Of Health" by Shelley Redford Young



2 comments:

  1. Indeed, some foods, in particular, to avoid are those that are high in sugar, artificial sweeteners and fat. Cigarette smoking should also be avoided. Foods to limit, but not do away with entirely, are dairy products, animal proteins, grains, alcohol and coffee. These are the foods that in high quantities can turn the body acidic. Thus it is important that we know what foods are included in the alkaline diet food list.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Indeed Alkaline Diet is important because all bodily functions, including respiration, digestion and metabolism, work best at particular pH levels. The general recommendation for reducing acidity by dietary means includes avoiding white bread, white sugar, refined cereals, meat, fish, canned foods, tea, coffee and condiments, while at the same time increasing the consumption of fruits and vegetables.

    ReplyDelete