FoodMastery pH Food Chart

Most things we eat in quality and quantity endanger our immune system and thus our health. The main problem occurs when we eat more acidic food than alkaline foods. When we eat more alkaline foods, our body:

  • Stays healthier
  • Retains more natural immunities
  • Boasts a higher metabolism

When we’re healthier, we have more energy. With more energy we work better and live better.

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6 Responses to “FoodMastery pH Food Chart”

  1. June 12, 2012

    Some of your lists confuse me.
    On the ph chart, it says watermelon is in the high alkaline range.
    In the Borderline Foods it says to avoid it.

    Can you explain this to me?


    • June 12, 2012
      Chuck Bauer

      Nice catch Mona! Watermelon is a low-acidic food that’s highly alkaline-forming when it enters the body, very similar to a lemon or lime. The ph chart on page one is sourced from a different website than the last two pages, hence the slight difference in information. And as stated in the 9 min short acid/alkaline video ( even though blueberries, walnuts and almonds are acidic, we can still have a few each day without doing any harm to our bodies. Another example is I do a raw, vegan protein shake everyday (typically after drinking 24 ounces of my green juice). Because I keep my ph way over on the alkaline side of the scale, adding a few minor acidic items to the shake is really not worthy of any concern. I also have a few glasses of wine each week (my big cheat!) and I add acid neutralizing tablets to the wine when I do have it. Hope this helps!

  2. December 26, 2012

    Vinegar is on your list of Foods to avoid. However, I have been told that apple cider vinegar is good for weight loss. Please clarify.

  3. February 5, 2013

    Thanks for the clarification

  4. June 30, 2014
    jill mitchell joffee

    Great site.Lots of great information. Do you have anything on almond milk?

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