What Plants are Alkaline?

Bold Apps
06 Oct , 2019
alkalineedit You may have heard that no disease can exist in an alkaline environment, and while none of us here at Fé Fit are medical doctors, we do know there are definite benefits to eating alkaline foods. Alkaline-rich foods create more minerals and keep our pH at the optimal level our body needs to be in its healthiest state. Thanks for Healing Love for sharing their list of alkaline foods. We hope you will find this useful to your diet and well-being. __
I AM NOT A MEDICAL DOCTOR OR A HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONAL.  Please consult your doctor or health care professional prior to making any changes to your diet. 
Fruits Apples Bananas (baby or neno banana or the burro banana) Berries (all varieties except cranberries) Cantaloupe Cherries Currants Dates Figs Grapes (seeded) Limes (key limes preferred with seeds) Mango Melons- seeded (including watermelon) Orange (Seville or sour preferred, difficult to find) Papaya Peaches Pears Plums Prickly Pear (Cactus Fruit) Raisins (seeded) Soft Jelly Coconuts Soursops (found in Latin and West Indian Markets) Tamarind Vegetables Amaranth greens- same as Callaloo, a variety of greens Avocado Bell peppers Chayote (Mexican Squash) Cucumber Dandelion greens Garbanzo beans Green banana Izote - cactus flower/cactus leaf Kale Lettuce (all, except iceberg) Mushrooms (all, except shitake) Nopales - Mexican Cactus Olives Onions Poke Salad- greens Sea vegetables (wakame/dulce/arame/hijiki/nori) Squash Tomato- cherry and plum only Tomatillo Turnip greens Zucchini Watercress Purslane (Verdolaga) Grains Amaranth Fonio Kamut (contains gluten) Quinoa Rye (contains gluten) Spelt (contains gluten) Teff Wild Rice All Natural Herbal Teas Allspice Anise Burdock Chamomile' Elderberry Fennel Ginger Raspberry Tila Nuts and Seeds Hempseed Raw Sesame Seeds Raw Sesame "Tahini" Butter Walnuts Brazilian Nuts Oils Olive Oil (Do not cook) Coconut Oil (Do not cook) Grapeseed Oil Sesame Oil Hempseed Oil
Avocado Oil Spices and Seasonings (Mild) Basil Bay leaf Cloves Dill Oregano Savory Sweet Basil Tarragon Thyme (Strong & Spicy Flavors) Achiote Cayenne/African Bird Pepper Onion Powder Habanero Sage Salt Flavors Sea salt Powdered granulated seaweed (kelp, dulce, nori - has "sea taste") Sweet Flavors pure agave syrup (from cactus) date sugar "No disease, not even cancer, can exist in an alklaine environment." ~ Dr. Otto Warburg
Original post appeared at Healing Love. Reprinted with permission.

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