Understanding the Acid Alkaline Food List

A decent acid alkaline food list is the single thing you absolutely should have if you want to make the most of your alkaline diet. Unfortunately, when you begin to search for a list of this type, you soon find that although there are numerous lists available around the Internet, the majority of them are practically worthless.

What’s Wrong with Acid Alkaline Food Lists?

First, the usual alkaline food list is that it leaves out the foods that you actually care about. Some lists manage to include certain unusual foods, but for some reason fail to mention the foods most people eat often, such as corn, milk, and wheat.

Second, many lists is that they contain too many errors to be useful. Some of them seem to have been designed by people who are unaware that the science of the alkaline diet has evolved a great deal over the last few decades. Just think, you could believe that you are following the alkaline diet perfectly, and still not achieve your goal because you are using inaccurate information. If you don’t want that to happen to you, keep reading.

Third, acid and alkaline food lists is that they’re difficult to use. The’re often so chock full of obscure foods that they use up half the ink in your printer. Or else they’re so badly designed that it’s difficult to quickly tell whether a food is acid-forming or alkalizing.

Get a Superior Acid Alkaline Food List

I got so fed up with these badly designed food lists that I decided to create my own. The result is a one-page chart that shows at a glance how 127 popular foods alter your body’s pH. After testing several formats, I decided that a star rating system was the best way to show at a glance precisely how foods affect your body. Best of all, I’m giving back to the alkaline diet community by making this chart available for free at the Alkaline Diet Blog.