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You Should Eat 80% Alkaline Foods Daily, To Prevent Mucus.

Here is an Alkaline list of foods that will not overload your body with mucus, for too much mucus in your body will cause a disease to take place.

Highly Alkaline

baking soda

chlorella

dulse

lemons

lentils

limes

lotus root

mineral water

nectarine

onion

persimmon

pineapple

pumpkin seed

raspberry

sea salt

sea vegetables

seaweed

spirulina

sweet potato

tangerine

taro root

umeboshi plums

vegetable juices

watermelon

Moderately Alkaline

apricots

apples

arugula

asparagus

banchi tea

beans (fresh green)

broccoli

cantaloupe

carob

carrots

cashews

cayenne

chestnuts

citrus

dandelion

dandelion tea

dewberry

edible flowers

endive

garlic

ginger (fresh)

ginseng tea

grapefruit

herbal tea

herbs (leafy green)

honeydew

kale

kambucha

kelp

kiwifruit

kohlrabi

loganberry

mango

molasses

mustard green

olive

parsley

parsnip

passion fruit

peas

pepper

raspberries

soy sauce

spices

turnip

sweet corn (fresh)

Low Alkaline

apple cider vinegar

almonds

apples (sour)

artichokes (Jerusalem)

avocado

bell pepper

blackberry

brown rice vinegar

cabbage

cauliflower

cherry

cod liver oil

collard green

egg yolks

eggplant

ginseng

green tea

herbs

honey (raw)

leeks

mushrooms

nutritional yeast

papaya

peach

pear

pickles (homemade)

potato

primrose oil

pumpkin

quail eggs

radishes

rice syrup

rutabaga

sake

sesame seed

watercress

sprouts

Very Low Alkaline

avocado oil

alfalfa sprouts

banana

beet

blueberry

Brussel sprouts

celery

chive

cilantro

coconut oil

cucumber

currant

duck eggs

fermented veggies

flax oil

ghee

ginger tea

grain coffee

grapes

hemp seed oil

japonica rice

lettuces

oats

okra

olive oil

orange

quinoa

raisin

sprouted seeds

squashes

strawberry

sunflower seeds

tahini

tempeh

turnip greens

wild rice

umeboshi vinegar

Acidic Foods That Cause Mucus In Your Body

Highly Acidic

artificial sweeteners

barley

beef

beer

brazil nuts

breads

brown sugar

cocoa

cottonseed oil

flour (white)

fried foods

fruit juices with sugar

hazelnuts

hops

ice cream

jam / jelly

liquor

lobster

malt

pasta (white)

pheasant

pickles (commercial)

processed cheese

seafood

soft drinks

soybean

sugar

table salt

walnuts

white bread

white vinegar

whole wheat foods

wine

yogurt (sweetened)

yeast

Moderately Acidic

barley groats

basmati rice

bear

casein

chestnut oil

chicken

coffee

corn

cottage cheese

cranberry

egg whites

fructose

garbanzo beans

green peas

honey (pasteurized)

ketchup

lard

maize

mussels

mustard

nutmeg

oat bran

olives (pickled)

other legumes

palm kernel oil

pasta (whole grain)

pastry

peanuts

pecans

pistachio seeds

pomegranate

popcorn

pork

prunes

rye

snow peas

soy milk

squid

veal

Low Acidic

adzuki beans

aged cheese

alcohol

almond oil

balsamic vinegar

black tea

boar

buckwheat

chard

cow milk

elk

farina

game meat

goat milk

goose

kamut

kidney beans

lamb

lima beans

milk

mollusks

mutton

navy beans

pinto beans

plum

red beans

safflower oil

seitan

semolina

sesame oil

shellfish

soy cheese

spelt

tapioca

teff

tofu

tomatoes

turkey

vanilla

wheat

white beans

white rice

Very Low Acidic

amaranth

black-eyed peas

brown rice

butter

canola oil

chutney

coconut

cream

curry

dates

dry fruit

fava beans

figs

fish

gelatin

goat cheese

grape seed oil

guava

honey

kasha

koma coffee

maple syrup

millet

organs

pine nuts