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The alkaline diet is an eating plan often used to enhance health. With an emphasis on fresh vegetables and fruits, it's based on the idea that after all foods are digested and absorbed, they reach the kidneys as either acid-forming or base-forming compounds.
Scientists have used various techniques to analyze foods and determine the acid or base load of each food on the body.
Researchers Remer and Manz developed a measure called the potential renal acid load (PRAL). Foods such as cheese, meat, fish, shellfish, and grains produce acid after being consumed.
As the charts below indicate, some foods are more acid- or base-producing than others. For example, spinach is more base-forming than watermelon, while cheddar is more highly acid-forming than egg whites.
Proponents of the alkaline diet suggest that a diet high in acid-producing foods disrupts the blood's normal pH level and, in turn, triggers the loss of essential minerals (such as calcium) as the body attempts to restore equilibrium. This imbalance is said to increase susceptibility to illness.
The following foods are commonly recommended as part of the alkaline diet. The table is adapted from the Remer and Manz study. Foods that have a negative value have a base effect:
|FOOD||Potential Renal Acid Load (PRAL) mEq/100g|
|Apple juice, unsweetened||-2.2|
|Orange juice, unsweetened||-2.9|
|Lemon juice, unsweetened||-2.5|
|Condiments and Sweets|
Foods that are acidic, like lemon juice, can be still base-forming.
Proponents of the alkaline diet typically suggest avoiding the following foods, which have a positive value and an acid effect. The table is adapted from the Remer and Manz study.
|FOOD||Potential Renal Acid Load mEq/100g|
|Fish and Seafood|
|Milk, Dairy, and Eggs|
|Cheddar cheese, reduced fat||26.4|
|Cottage cheese, plain||8.7|
|Ice cream, vanilla||0.6|
|Beans and Legumes|
|Bread, whole wheat||1.8|
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