Raw Hazelnuts, Raw Macadamia Nuts, Coconut Meat & Milk, Chestnuts, Cumin Seeds, and Psyllium Seeds & Husk
Mung Beans, Kidney Beans, Adzuki Beans, Pink Beans, Pinto Beans, White Beans, Great Northern Beans, and Split Peas
Raw Grass Fed Cow Milk, Raw Camel Milk, Raw Goat Milk, Raw Water Buffalo Milk, and Raw Grass Fed Chocolate Milk
Raw Grass Fed Whey, Raw Milk Kefir, Raw Milk Yogurt, Raw Buttermilk, Worcestershire Sauce, Chocolate, Raw Apple Cider Vinegar, Natto, Kombucha, Sauerkraut, Kimchi, and Wine
Beverages & Misc.
Coconut Water, Raw Vegetable Juices, Herbal Teas, Vegetable Broth, Reishi Mushroom, Spring Water, Spices, and Sea Salt
Neutral pH Oils & Fats
Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Extra Virgin Coconut Oil, Avocado Oil, Flax Seed Oil, Sesame Oil, Peanut Oil, Sunflower Oil, Walnut Oil, Raw Grass Fed Butter, Raw Grass Fed Cream, and Lard
Low or Slightly Acidic Seafood & Animal Foods
Raw Oysters, Raw Clams, Raw Grouper, Raw Sabelfish, Escargot, and Egg Whites
The pH Acidity of Our Internal Fluids Affects Every Living Cell in Our Bodies
Most people will gravitate towards an unhealthy pH acidity level because of bad life style habits and not eating enough of the "right" foods, raw foods, or foods found on the alkaline foods list.
When your pH acidity level is off or you don't correct it with foods on the alkaline foods list, you will create an extremely negative environment - which can then affect all of your cellular functions.
When your body is faced with this condition it will force your body to borrow minerals such as ... sodium, potassium, calcium, and magnesium from vital organs and bones to neutralize the acidic conditions.
Ironically, if you do not consume an adequate amount of healthy protein or zinc rich foods - your buffer systems will not work properly which helps to prevent the drastic measures as stated above.
List of Acidic Foods
Alfalfa Sprouts, Some Other Types of Sprouts, and Canned Peas
Animal Meats & Eggs
Processed Meats, Beef, Bison, Chicken, Lamb, Organ Meats, Pork, Salami, Rabbit, Turkey, Venison, Chicken Eggs, Quail Eggs, and Duck Eggs