pH food chart Your comprehensive list of acid and alkaline foods. Key points to remember
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Most fruits are mildly acidic but I still use them in small quantities as they have some great nutritional benefits e.g. blueberries. Most of my green juices have one portion of fruit to 3-4 portions of vegetables.
Tomatoes are acidic when cooked but alkaline when raw.
Most oils are alkaline, however become acidic when heated.
When chewed and digested, carbohydrates such as bread, pasta and rice convert to sugar in the body. As sugar is the most acidic thing we can eat, these foods should be avoided.
Enzymes in foods are destroyed when heated above 118°f (46°c), therefore we should consume as many raw products as possible.
We should try to drink 3 litres of alkaline water per day. I drink bottled mineral water but add pH drops to make it more alkaline.