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Why Alkaline foods important?

The alkaline diet addresses food that is delicious and highly complementary to the body. Alkaline plants are categorized as native and contain no starch. Eating alkaline foods can help the body's ideal pH balance to improve overall health.

Fruits

   Apples (Gala)
   Bananas (Burro)  
   Berries (Except Cranberries)
   Cactus Fruit
   Calamansi (Mini Citrus)
   Cantaloupe 
   Cherries
   Coconuts
   Currants
   Dates
   Figs
   Grapes (Seeded)
   Limes (Key Limes)
   Mangoes
   Melons (Seeded)
   Orange (Seville)
   Papayas
   Peaches
   Pears
   Plums
   Prunes
   Raisins  (Seeded)
   Soft Jelly Coconuts
   Sour Sops (Cherimoya)
   Tamarind 

Vegetables

   Amaranth Greens (Callaloo)
   Avocado
   Bell Peppers
   Chayote (Mexican Squash)
   Cucumber
   Dandelion Greens
   Dulce
   Garbanzo Beans (Chick Peas)
   Hijiki
   Izote (Cactus Flower)
   Kale
   Lettuce (Except Iceberg)
   Mushrooms (Except Shitake)
   Nopales (Mexican Cactus)
   Okra
   Olives
   Onions
   Poke Salad -Greens
   Purslane (Verdolaga)
   Squash
   Tomatillo
   Tomato (Cherry or Plum)
   Turnip Greens
   Wakame
   Watercress
   Zucchini

Spices and Seasonings

   Achiote
   Anise
   Basil
   Bay Leaf
   Cayenne
   Chamomile
   Cilantro 
   Cloves
   Coriander
   Dill
   Fennel
   Ginger 
   Habanero
   Kelp
   Lemon Grass 
   Marjoram
   Nori
   Oregano
   Parsley
   Sage
   Savory
   Tarragon
   Thyme
   Tila

Flavors

   Agave Syrup
   Date Sugar
   Pink Himalayan Salt
   Sea Salt

Nuts and Seeds

   Brazil Nuts
   Hemp Seeds 
   Pine Nuts
   Tahini Seeds (Sesame)
   Walnuts

Grains
   Amaranth
   Black Rice (Non-Glutinous)
   Fonio
   Kamut
   Quinoa
   Rye
   Spelt
   Tef
   Wild Rice

Oils
   Avocado Oil
   Coconut Oil

   Grapeseed Oil

   Olive Oil
   Sesame Oil

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