Nutrition Guide

This page is here to help you know what I recommend eating to maintain the correct pH balance in the body.

pH Balancing Nutrition


80%Alkaline Foods

20% Acidic Foods

Foods to Eat Freely

Vegetables 50 to 60% Raw, Lightly Steamed, Frozen:

Brussel Sprouts, Ripe peas, asparagus, artichokes, comfrey, green cabbage, Kale, Bok choy, collard greens, swiss chard, daikon, parsley, cilantro, leafy lettuces, onion, cauliflower, white cabbage, savoy cabbage, lambʼs lettuce, fresh peas, zucchini, red cabbage, rhubarb stalks, Leeks (bulbs), Watercress, Spinach, Chives, Fresh cut green beans, Sorrel, Garlic, Celery, Endive (fresh), Cayenne Pepper, Straw grass, Shave grass, Dog grass, Dandelion, Kamut grass, Barley grass, Soy Sprouts, Sprouted Radish seeds, Sprouted Chia Seeds, Alfalfa grass, Cucumber, Wheat grass, White raish (spring), Rutabaga, Kohlrabi, Horse Radish, Turnip, Carrot, Fresh Red Beet, Red Radish, and Summer black radish. (Keep in mind all veggies are good)!

Juices and Green Drinks

Fresh Fruits 5 to 10%

Limes, Lemons, Avocado, Tomato, Berries of all kinds, grapefruit (nonsweet), pomegranates.

Non-stored Sprouted Organic Grains and Legumes 30%

Buckwheat groats, Spelt, Lentils, Soy flour, Tofu, Lima beans, Soybeans (fresh), White beans, Granulated soy (cooked, ground soy beans), Soy nuts (soaked soy beans, then air dried), soy lecithin, black beans, red kidney beans, chickpeas, pinto beans, cowpeas, navy beans, cannellini beans, white beans, lima beans, black-eyed peas, millet, oats, amaranth, quinoa, and millet.

Nuts 5 to 10%

Almond, Brazil Nuts, Hazlenut, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, pine nuts, and walnuts (sparingly with walnuts).

Cooking Oils (Organic Cold Pressed):

Coconut Oil up to 365 degrees

Grapeseed Oil up to 400 degrees

Avocado Oil up to 500 degrees

Note: Do not cook with Olive Oil because the heat tolerance is low, and you can turn it from a good fat, into a bad fat when cooking because its molecular structure changes.

Foods to Eat Sparingly

Animal Based Proteins 10 to 15% (no more than 6 oz. per day)

Fish: (fresh or wild caught, preferably small fish due to lower mercury content and white is better).

Poultry: chicken, turkey, duck (organically raised), (small amounts only)

Beef, Lamb, veal: should be limited or avoided (organically raised).

Eggs: limited

Soymilk, rice milk, almond milk, coconut milk: limited

Fruits 5 to 10%

Rose hips, Pineapple, Mandarin orange, Banana, pear, peach, apricot, papaya, orange, mango, tangerine, currant, gooseberry (ripe), grape (ripe), cranberry, black currant, strawberry, blueberry, raspberry, yellow plum, Italian plum, date, cherry (sweet), cantaloupe, red currant, fig juice powder, watermelon, coconut (fresh), cherry (sour), and apples.

Fats 5 to 10%

Ghee, Sunflower Oil

Non-stored grains

Brown Rice, Wheat

Nuts 5 to 10%


Note: We need to be consuming larger amounts of veggies than fruit because of the acidity levels in fruit, albeit, if you are not chronically ill, eating more fruit is not a problem.

Foods to Eliminate

Milk and Milk Products (extremely acidic, contains contaminants like hormones, pesticides, undigestible molecular proteins). The only exception is raw organic dairy that you can get from “Beyond Organic”

Junk Food

Commercially Stored Grains

Genetically modified beef, chicken, and fish


Hydrogenated Oils of all kinds/ Heated oils

Other fats: margarine, corn oil, and butter


Malt products

All fungi (some sources are good, so use your best judgement)

All peanuts and peanut products, pistachios, and cashews

All corn and corn products

Microwaved foods, canned foods, processed food

Sugar and artificial sweeteners

Breads (white bread, white biscuit, whole meal bread, whole grain bread, and rye bread)

All juices, energy drinks, soda, alcohol, black tea, and coffee (extreme moderation with tea’s and coffee’s, no more than two cups a day because they are very acidic).