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Warming Up to “alkaline-friendly” Foods

Good morning to all you coffee lovers! trücup low-acid coffee is a great addition to your healthy and happy lifestyle. Staying balanced is easy when you have a great selection of food to get your day off to the right start!

If you struggle with acid reflux, a reset of pH is a great idea. It has been suggested to try and eliminate acid forming foods. Have you ever heard of the alkaline diet? An alkaline diet balances your pH by eating less acidic foods. Here is a list of alkaline food to get you balanced. 

Alkaline Vegetables: Asparagus, artichokes, cabbages, lettuce, onion, cauliflower, radish, swede, lambs lettuce, peas, courgette, red cabbage, leeks, watercress, spinach, turnip, chives, carrots, green beans, beetroot, garlic, celery, wheatgrass, cucumber, broccoli, kale, brussel sprouts, corn, lentils, olives, winter squash.

Alkaline Drinks, Nuts, Seeds and Grains: Green drinks, fresh vegetable juice, herbal tea, pure water, lemon water, vegetable broth, non-sweetened soy milk, almond milk, fresh buttermilk, fresh whey, almonds, pumpkin, sunflower, sesame, flax buckwheat groats, spelt, lentils, cumin seeds, any sprouted seed, amaranth, millet, quinoa.

Alkaline Fruits: Lemon, lime, avocado, tomato, grapefruit, watermelon, rhubarb, bananas, apricots, raisins.

Alkaline Fats, Oils and Other Foods: Sprouts, bragg liquid aminos, hummus, tahini, flax, hemp, avocado, olive, evening primrose, borage, coconut oil.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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http://www.buzzle.com/articles/low-acidic-foods-list.html