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Top Alkaline Foods Cheat Sheet (DRAFT) by [deleted]

Best foods to increase your Alkalinity

This is a draft cheat sheet. It is a work in progress and is not finished yet.


Here are the Top 10 Alkaline Foods that will give your mind and body more health and energy. This list was created as a guide for preparing foods for children with many allergies and high acidic blood check.

Top 1: Lemons.

At the top of the list is the Amazing Lemon. With its electr­olytic properties and a pH level of 9.0, lemons are considered the most alkalizing food. It is the most potent and most immediate relief for colds, cough, flu, heartb­urns, hypera­cidity and other virus-­related ailments. Lemons are natural antiseptic that disinfects and heals wounds. It is also the best liver tonic that detoxifies and energizes the liver

Top 2: Waterm­elon.

At a pH level of 9.0, Watermelon are very alkaline. Because of its high fiber and water content at 92% of its entire weight, watermelon is a mild diuretic and a great source of beta-c­aro­tene, lycopene and vitamin C. This thirst­-qu­enching fruit is the most life and energy supporting food when used in a week-long fasting and colon cleansing.

Top 3: Agar Agar (Organic Gelatin)

Still with a pH of 8.5, Agar Agar is a gelatin substitute made from seaweeds that is high in iron and calcium as well. It is very digestible and has the highest fiber content among all foods.

Top 4: Cantal­oupe, Cayenne (Capsicum)

The group with the most alkaline reactive properties among the foods with the pH of 8.5, they are high in enzymes needed by the endocrine system. Cayenne has antiba­cterial properties and is also high in Vitamin A, which is essential in fighting free radicals that causes stress and illnesses. Cantal­oupes, a relative of melons, is very low in sugar but high in fiber.

Top 5: Limes, Mango, Melons, Papaya, Parsley

This food group has a pH of 8.5 and is best at cleansing the kidneys. Papaya is even the healthiest laxative that promotes defecation and colon cleansing. Parsley, the most popular herb, is the best dirt sweeper of the intestines when taken raw. It is also a diuretic, which is necessary in cleaning the kidneys. Limes, mangoes and melons are vitami­n-rich fruits that are alkali­ne-­forming during digestion.

Top 6: Waterc­ress, Seaweeds, Asparagus

With a pH level of 8.5, this group is unique as a powerful acid reducer. Waterc­ress, for example, is called the natural super food. It is the first leaf vegetable consumed by human beings and is commonly prepared as part of a healthy salad. It is best eaten raw and it contains lots of iron and calcium like seaweeds. Asparagus is even more special for its highest content of aspara­gines, an amino acid important to the nervous system.

Top 7: Chicory, Kiwifruit, Fruit juices

They have natural sugar that doesn’t form acidic compounds during digestion. Rather, these foods have alkali­ne-­forming properties that give more energy to the body. Still at a pH level of 8.5, this group is rich in flavon­oids, a chemical compound in natural foods that have antiox­idant proper­ties. Kiwi fruit even has higher Vitamin C content than oranges. Chicory, a bitter­-ta­sting close relative of the lettuce, also has insulin that supports the pancreas and aids the body in preventing diabetes.

Top 8: Grapes (sweet), Passion fruit, Pears ....

Grapes (sweet), Passion fruit, Pears (sweet), Pineapple, Raisins, Umeboshi plum, Vegetable juices.

At a pH of 8.5, this group is also high in antiox­idant and vitamins A, B and C. Grapes, raisins and plums are blood-­reg­ula­ting, which lowers blood pressure and risks of getting heart disease. Pineapple, on one hand, is rich in L-Carn­itine, which uses body fat as an energy source and is good for trimming that growing waistline. Vegetable juices, on the other hand, are high in iron and good for cellular detoxi­fic­ation.

Top 9: Apples (sweet), Apricots, Alfalfa sprouts

These ones are super digestible foods, which are high in fiber and have a pH value of 8.0. They are also rich in enzymes that are helpful in mainta­ining the body’s hormonal balance. Surely, an apple a day keeps the doctor away! Don’t forget to include apricots though. For those who do not know, Alfalfa sprouts are those sprouting seeds of beans that are commonly mixed in salads and sandwi­ches.

Top 10: Avocados, Bananas (ripe), Berries, ...

Avoc­ados, Bananas (ripe), Berries, Carrots, Celery, Currants, Dates, Garlic.

These foods are very high in antiox­idants. They have a pH value of 8.0. They chemically react to acidic foods of pH 5.0 and elevate them near the alkaline levels. Berries, dates and especially garlic have special properties that regulate blood pressure as well.