The 7 Most Alkaline Foods, According to Lisa



Include a few of these foods at each meal or snack and you have a huge step in the alkaline diet direction!

This video lays out the seven most alkaline foods, along with some of their other health benefits.

We would love to hear about your favorite alkaline foods, so please share in the comment box at the bottom of our blog, thanks!

The 7 Most Alkaline Foods

Top 7 Alkaline Foods

  • Spinach, high in essential minerals, magnesium, potassium, iron and calcium along with folate (folic acid)
  • Kale, great detoxifier, rich in alkaline minerals and vitamin K, called by some, the world’s healthiest food. Kale is also rich in the eye-health promoting lutein and zeaxanthin.
  • Cucumber, high water content
  • Celery, good as a soup base
  • Bell peppers, very versatile in many recipes, go for the colored ones, like red, yellow orange, as opposed to green for best vitamin content.
  • Avocado, contains healthy fats
  • Broccoli, well known for it’s health benefits

Eating foods that have high alkaline properties is an important part of any diet to help keep your body’s pH levels balanced. These foods not only keep your pH levels well balanced,  they provide you with lots of health benefits.

  • boosting your immune system
  • helping maintain a healthy weight
  • packed with vitamins, minerals and enzymes
  • provide anti-oxidants
  • help detoxify the body

We would love to hear some recipe ideas that contain some of these wonderful alkaline foods. Please share in the comment box below.


2 thoughts on “The 7 Most Alkaline Foods, According to Lisa

  • January 8, 2014 at 2:18 pm

    Has anyone achieved any relief from burning mouth, lips and tongue syndrome by eating walnuts.
    I have been doing this and I think I see a little improvement.
    Please comment. Thanks.

  • January 7, 2014 at 4:27 pm

    LI make a delicious kale salad that all of my friends and family love. Just clean & finely chop a 1/2 lb. or so of fresh kale. Add 1 red bell pepper, one yellow onion & 3 cloves of garlic, chopped well. Now add apple cider vinegar & sea salt to taste. Letting it marinate overnight improves the flavor. I sometimes use yellow or orange bell peppers or both.


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