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Monday, October 19, 2009  |  1 Comment
by Dr. Robert O. Young.
The following is a chart of common foods with an approximate, relative potential of acidity (-) or alkalinity (+), as present in one ounce of food. A healthy diet consists of a minimum of 80% alkalizing foods and no more than 20% acidic foods. Of the Alkaline forming foods, 70% are most effective when raw. Organic foods provide optimum minerals, vitamins, proteins, enzymes and amino acids. A healthy diet also includes lots of water. To find the ideal ratio: multiply your weight by .66 and then convert to ounces, i.e. 150 pounds x .66 = 99, thus 99oz of H2O daily. Note: Although some of these foods may be acidic (IE Lemons), they are alkalizing in the body (In the case of lemons, they help to convert CO2 to water). The converse may be true as well. This is a measure of the “Ash” produced in the body.
Alkaline Forming Foods
Sick & Tired. Reclaim your Inner Terrain by Dr. Robert O. Young.Excerpt permission granted by Woodland Publishing
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