Acid Producing Foods

Dr. Kourosh Maddahi, DDS 436 North Roxbury Dr Suite 202Beverly Hills, CA 90210 USA

For general health: 30-40%

For therapeutic care: 0-10%

Average American diet consumes approx. 80-90% acid foods

artificial sweeteners bananas, green barley
barley malt syrup beef (all) beer
blueberries bran:oat, wheat breads:refined - corn, oats, rice, rye
buckwheat butter, salted carbonated drinks
cashews cereals, unrefined & refined cheeses: mild & crumbly, sharp & tasty
chicken chocolate cigarette tobacco
cigarettes coconut, dried coffee
corn, corn syrup cornmeal crackers: rice, wheat, unrefined rye, soda
cranberries cream of wheat, unrefined currants
custard with white sugar deer (venison) dried beans, mung, adzuki, pinto, kidney, garbanzo
drugs eggs:whites, whole, hard cooked fish
flour: white. wheat, whole wheat fructose fruit juices with sugar
goat honey, pasteurized jams
jellies ketchup lamb
lentils liquor maple syrup, processed & unprocessed
mayonnaise, store purchased milk, homogenized & most processed dairy products milk, homogenized goat
molasses, unsulphured, organic mustard nutmeg
nuts: Brazil, pecans, macadamias, pistachios, walnuts, peanuts oats, oatmeal olive oil
olives, pickled pasta, white & whole grain pastries, all
peanut butter peanuts peas, dried
pickles, commercial plums popcorn, with butter & plain
pork, bacon potatoes with no skin prunes
rabbit rice: basmati, brown & white rye grain
rue bread, organic & sprouted salt:refined and iodized seeds: pumpkin, sunflower
semolina flour shellfish sodas
soy sauce, commercial spelt squash, winter
sugar, brown & white sunflower seeds tapioca
tea, black turkey veal
vinegar walnuts wheat bread, sprouted organic
wheat germ wine yogurt, sweetened

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