the Alkaline-Acid Food Chart

Eating an Alkaline Diet

Your body can be either acidic or alkaline. Our goal is to get our ph as close to 7 as possible which is neutral. At this point in time, Tom’s ph is hovering around 6.5 which is rare for most Americans that eat the standard western diet. Since he does not, his ph level is good. The last time I tested mine, it was at 6.7.

Acidic foods can cause low-grade inflammation in your body and sustained inflammation can contribute to diseases including cancer.

Eat the colors of the rainbow. The best foods include berries such as blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, and cherries and you want to eat a variety of the rainbow so carrots, lots of greens, and have you ever had a purple sweet potato? It’s delicious!

There is much evidence-based information on eating an alkaline diet and how it works on keeping inflammation and disease away. From NBI Health, see the top alkaline foods to eat and the top acidic foods to avoid: Top Alkaline Foods to Eat & Acid Foods to Avoid

The first thing Tom’s Dr. did was create an alkaline food protocol for him while adding high-grade supplements that either directly targeted an inflamed bladder or focused on reducing inflammation in general in the body.

We still eat this this way and have added juicing. It’s not a diet-they don’t work-it’s a lifestyle change. One with amazing health benefits and one that we’ve witnessed first-hand with Tom and watched a relative incorporate to manage his Diabetes, High Blood Pressure, and Cholesterol to the point he has reduced his meds by at least half.

We believe in this way of eating and it’s whole foods, nothing processed, no processed sugar, low carbs, good fats, vegetables. We also eat organic.

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