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Alkaline V Acid

 

The Following information is taken from on-line conference notes - seminar 17 January 2012.
The guest Doctor was Dr Theodore Barnaby: his theme was; "Alkaline or Die":
(as always we recommend that you discuss your situation with your qualified health care provider).
 

Key points were:

  • When blood pH is too acidic, there is too much tissue waste in the body.Blood pH needs to be maintained at 7.365 to 7: Diet Coke has a pH of 2.5, and meat 3.5.
  • Every change of 1 point in pH = a +/- 10 times change in acid/alkaline balance: a reading of 7 to 8 = about 10 times more alkaline.
  • So when you are below 7.365 you are deteriorating from the inside out; which means essential minerals are "borrowed" from healthy tissue as the body fights to maintain this balance.Highest pH is at about 2pm; lowest about 2am; many people find that they need to go to the bathroom at about this time to get rid of the acid.
  • There is a book called: "The pH Miracle" by Robert Young.
  • Acid waste is stored in fatty tissues, but not disposed of later.
  • A greater load is placed on the kidneys.
  • Acid interrupts all healthy cell growth.
  • Many symptoms exhibit raised acid levels.
  • Food, polution, stress - all raise acid levels.
  • You can easily alkaline the water you drink: add a 1/2 teaspoon of (aluminium free - that is no extra added) Sodium Bicarbonate to about a 1/2 litre. (We use MacKenzie's - I checked that aluminium level with them and it's very low).
  • We add it to lemon water - so the juice of a lemon added to 1 to 2 litres of water.
  • And we also aim to have about 20% acidic foods/drink to 80% alkaline. Not always possible - but by having more alkaine foods/drinks after acidic ones, the balance can be restored.
  • The big ones to cut out are: white sugar, many take-away foods; and reduce coffee, alcohol and spirits.

*The food chart below is intended as a guide & does not contain all foods but a cross section as an indication only.

 

Alkaline to Acid Food Chart

 Alkaline Foods - Eat More

Alfalfa Lettuce (fresh) Ginger Soy Nuts (soaked soy beans then dried)
Alfalfa Grass Cayenne Pepper Granulated Soy (cooked, ground) Soy Sprouts
Avocado Cucumber (fresh) Kale Sprouted Seeds (all kinds)
Baking Soda Dandelion Kamut Grass Wheat Grass
Barley Endive (fresh) Oregano White Beans
Barley Grass Fresh Red Beet Red Radish  
Cabbage Garlic Soy Lecithin (pure  

 Very Alkaline Foods - Eat Lots!

Artichokes Fennel Seeds Limes Spinach
Almond Flax Seed oil Onion Squash (all kinds, raw)
Almond Butter (raw) Ginseng Parsnips Tea (herbal. green)
Asparagus Capsicums Peas (fresh) Thyme
Aubergine/Egg Plant Caraway Seeds Pine Nuts (raw) Tofu
Banana (unripe) Carrot Potatoes Tomatoes
Basil Cauliflower Pumpkins (raw) Turnip
Bee Pollen Green Beans Raw Onions Water (Fiji)
Bok Choy Green Cabbage Red Cabbage Watercress
Borage Oil Horse Radish Rhubarb Stalks White Cabbage
Broccoli Kohlrabi Rulabaga White Radish
Celery Leeks (bulbs) Sesame Oil Yams
Cherry (sour) Lemons (fresh) Sorrel Zucchini
Chives Lettuce Soy Beans (fresh)  
Eving Primrose Oil Lima Beans Soy Flour  

 Neutral Foods - Maintain

Acai Berry Buckwheat Goji Berries Sesame Seeds
Agave Nectar Bulgar Wheat Homogenzied Milk Spelt
Apple Cider Vinegar Coconut (fresh) Lentals Sweet Potatoes
Basmatic Rice Coconut Oil (raw) Olive Oil Tempeh Water
Brazil nuts Cumin Seeds Peas (ripe) Watermellon
Brussels Sprouts Flax Seeds Rice Milk  Whey Protein Powder 

 Acid Foods - Eat Less

Alcohol Sugars (xylitol & the other saccharides) Cranberry Margarine Raspberry
Apricots Cream Mayonnaise Rose hips
Banana (ripe) Dates Milk sugar Soda/Pop
Barley Malt Syrup Dried Sugar Can Juice Molasses Sourdough bread
Beet Sugar Duck Mushrooms Sauerkraut
Black Current Eggs (Whites, Yoke, Whole) Mustard Soy sauce
Blackberries Fig Juice Nectarine Strawberries
Blueberry Figs Oats Sugar (white)
Brown Rice Fresh Water Fish Orange Sugarcane
Brown Rice Syrup Frozen Vegetables Organ meats Sunflower oil
Butter Fructose Oysters Sunflower seeds
Buttermilk Fruit Juice (Natural) Papaya Tangerine
Canned Food Gooseberry (ripe) Peach Walnuts
Canned Vegetables Grapefruit Peanuts Water (sparkling)
Cantaloupe Grapes (ripe) Peanut butter (raw, organic) Wheat
Cereals (Most boxed) Hazelnut Pear Wheat Kernal
Cherry, sweet Honey Pineapple Whole-grain Bread
Cheese (all varieties from all milks) Italian Plum Pistachios Whole-meal Bread
Chicken Ketchup Pomegranate Yellow Plum
Cod Liver Oil Liver Pumkin seeds Yogurt (sweetned, unsweetened)
Corn Oil Mandarine orange Quark  Tomatoes (canned puree)
Corn Tortillas      

 Very Acid Foods - Avoid Eating

Artifical Sweeteners Coffee Pickled vegetables Tuna (canned)
Beef Fruit juice (sweetened) Pork Veal
Beer Liquor Sardines (canned) Wine
Chocolates Ocean Fish Tea (black)  

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Information provided on this site is for educational use only and is not intended as medical advice.
If you have any serious health concerns you should always check with your health care practitioner before
self-administering remedies. These products are not intended to treat, cure or diagnose any medical condition.