Diet and training…… Alkaline Diet

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If you are like most guys/gals who train you are probably eating a diet high in protein and low in carbs, which is great for leaning out and growing muscle. However you may be doing yourself a disservice……

Enzymes, especially food enzymes, are greatly affected by the pH balance levels in the human blood and body tissue. Their enzymatic functions, or lack thereof, will determine the state of health or disease that your blood and body tissue will or can possess.

This is why it is critical for you to understand the health principles behind the Acid Alkaline Diet. It is important that we learn to eat Alkaline Foods with PROPER FOOD COMBINING PRINCIPLES according to the Acid Alkaline Food Chart.

Developing a diet that consists of foods that are alkalizing and still provide you with the high protein you need to build can be a challenge. Myself personally I try to eat an alkalizing vegetable when eating meat and I also try to eat one meal a day that is mostly alkaline. I actually developed a shake that seems to be working very well for me… I use it as second breakfast or midday snack… Either way you should get yourself tested by a professional and have them help you develop a diet suitable for your goals….


one apple frozen ( I buy them fresh pre slice them and then freeze)

1/8 cup frozen blueberries

1/8 cup of chia seeds

1/8 cup of walnuts

1/8 cup of raisins

1.5-2 cups of chocolate hazel nut milk

Blend it up in a high speed mixer like a Vitamix or Ninja


list of alkaline foods:


Healthy Alkaline Foods Foods you should only Acidic Foods
- Eat lots of them! consume moderately  
Vegetables Fruits Meat, Poultry, And Fish
Alfalfa Grass (In season) Beef
Asparagus Apple Chicken
Barley Grass Apricot Eggs
Beet Banana Liver
Black Radish Black Currant Ocean Fish
Broccoli Blueberry Organ Meats
Brussels Sprouts Cantaloupe Oysters
Cabbage Cherry Pork
Carrot Coconut, Fresh Veal
Cauliflower Cranberry
Cayenne Pepper Currant
Celery Date
Chives Gooseberry, Ripe Milk And Milk Products
Comfrey Grape, Ripe Buttermilk
Cucumber Grapefruit Cream
Dandelion Mandarin Hard Cheese
Dog Grass Mango Homogenized Milk
Endive Orange Quark
French Cut Green Beans Papaya
Garlic Peach
Green Cabbage Pear
Horseradish Pineapple
Kamut Grass Plum Bread, Biscuits
Kohlrabi Rasperry Rye Bread
Lamb’s Lettuce Red Currant White Biscuit
Leeks (Bulbs) Rose Hips White Bread
Lettuce Strawberry Whole-Grain Bread
Onion Tangerine Whole-Meal Bread
Peas Watermelon
Potatoes Yellow Plum
Red Cabbage
Red Radish
Rhubarb Stalks
Rutabaga Non-Stored Grains Nuts
Savoy Cabbage Brown Rice Cashews
Shave Grass Wheat Peanuts
Sorrel Pistachios
Soy Sprouts
Sprouted Chia Seeds
Sprouted Radish Seeds Nuts
Straw Grass
Turnip Macadamia Nuts
Watercress Walnuts Fats
Wheat Grass Butter
White Cabbage Corn Oil
White Radish Margarine
Fruits Fresh Water Fish
Fresh Lemon
Tomato Sweets
 raisins Artificial Sweetners
Barley Malt Syrup
Non-Stored Organic Grains Fats Beet Sugar
& Legumes Coconut Milk Brown Rice Syrup
Buckwheat Groats Sunflower Oil Chocolate
Granulated Soy Dried Sugar Cane Juice
Lentils Fructose
Lima Beans Honey
Quinoa Malt Sweetener
Soy Flour Milk Sugar
Soy Lecithin Molasses
Soy Nuts White Sugar
White Beans
Almonds Condiments
Brazil Nuts Ketchup
 Hazelnuts Mayonaise
Seeds Soy Sauce
Caraway Seeds Thousand Island
Cumin Seeds Vinegar
Fennel Seeds
Flax Seeds
Pumpkin Seeds
Sesame Seeds
Sunflower Seeds
Wheat Kernel
 chia seeds
Fats (Cold-Pressed Oils) Beverages
Borage Oil Beer
Evening Primrose Oil Carbonated Beverages
Flax Seed Oil Coffee
Marine Lipids Liquor
Olive Oil Milk
Packaged Fruit Juice
Sweetened Fruit Juice
Tea (Black)


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