WHAT CAN I EAT THEN?
The following table outlines some food that is acid or alkali in nature
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|FATS & OILS|
Hemp Seed Flour
NUTS & BUTTERS
|BEANS & LEGUMES|
Most fruits are to be avoided but can be introduced on occasion when you have passed the body’s survival mode stage however the fruits that you can have on your journey to great health are fresh lemons, limes and grapefruits.
Ah Ha!! You are probably thinking, but aren’t lemons and limes acidic. Yes! They are indeed but after they are consumed they become alkaline and contain oxygen which, of course is good for the body.
Use your fresh lime/lemon water like this:-
Avoid eating a concentrated protein and a concentrated carbohydrate at the same meal.
Eg mixing nuts, meat, eggs, cheese, or other protein foods in the same meal with bread, cereals, potatoes, pasta, sweet fruits or cakes.
Slows down the production of gastric juices which aid digestion.
Avoid eating two concentrated proteins at the same meal.
Eg Avoid nuts and meat, or eggs and meat, cheese and nuts, cheese and eggs, meat and milk, or eggs and milk or nuts at milk at the same meal.
Milk, if taken at all, is best taken alone.. If you going to have an alkali based diet , then most of these foods should be avoided anyway
Do not eat fats with proteins.
This means do not use cream, butter, oil, etc with meat, eggs, cheese, nuts, etc. Fat depresses the action of the gastric glands by delaying the development of appetite juices and inhibiting the pouring out of the proper gastric juices for meats, nuts, eggs or other protein. Fats may lower the entire gastric tone more than fifty per cent.
Do not eat acid fruits with proteins. Eg, oranges, tomatoes, lemons, pineapples, etc., should not be eaten with meat, eggs, cheese or nuts. Acid fruits seriously hamper protein digestion and results in putrefaction. Milk and orange juice, while by no means an indigestible combination, is far from a good combination. Orange juice and eggs form an even worse combination.
Do not eat starch and sugars together. Jellies, jams, fruit, butter, sugar, honey, syrups, molasses, etc., on bread, cake, or at the same meal with cereals, potatoes, etc., or sugar with cereal, will produce fermentation. The practice of eating starches that have been disguised by sweets is also a bad way to eat carbohydrates. If sugar is taken into the mouth it quickly fills with saliva but no ptyalin is present which we know is essential for starch digestion.
Eat one concentrated starch food at a meal. This rule is more important as a means of overeating than as a means of avoiding a bad combination. While overeating of starches may lead to fermentation, there is no certainty that the combination of two starches will do so.
Do not eat melons with any other foods. Watermelon, muskmelon, honeydew melon, cantaloupe and other melons should always be eaten alone. This is possibly due to the ease and speed in which melons decompose.
Milk is best left alone.
Milk is the natural food of the mammalian young, each species producing milk peculiarly and precisely adapted to the needs of its young. It is the rule that the young take the milk alone, not in combination with other foods. Milk does not digest in the stomach, but in the duodenum, hence in the presence of milk in the stomach does not respond with its secretion. The use of acid fruits with milk does not cause any trouble and apparently does not conflict with its digestion.
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