This chart lists foods and substances from the easiest to digest or most alkaline to those that are the hardest to digest or most acidic. Please refer to our Assessment Survey to determine the appropriate percentages of these categories for your daily intake.





Organic fruits and vegetables (raw or cooked)Organic fruit and vegetable juicesCoconuts (young or mature)

Coconut water

Unsulfured dry fruit

Raw nuts and seeds

All whole-grain (preferably “ancient grains” such as quinoa, millet, spelt, Kamut and amaranth) breads and pastasDark chocolate (70% or more cocoa)Wine*

Wild and free-range animal meats


Raw and/or pasteurized goat and sheep cheeses

Organic butter

Cold pressed, extra virgin olive oil

High-quality, whole-grain baked, “smartly sweetened” packaged or baked goods (e.g., Cascadian Farms chocolate chip bars or Kashi cookies)

Foods listed in Transition Foods Chart

Organic cow dairy White flour and all refined flour products

White sugar and all products made from white sugar

Fried foods

Mainstream fish

Substances made from soy**

All non-cold-pressed oils

Gourmet treats

Non-raw nuts

Public school cafeteria foods (normally comprised of toxic foods, at least in part)

Mainstream dairy products

Mainstream candy

Movie theater popcorn

Mainstream meats

Mainstream packaged or baked goods

Fast food

Recreational drugs

Elective pharmaceutical drugs


Airplane meals

Infant Formula

*Helpful to do organic or biodynamic wine whenever possible. Avoid “big production” wines whenever possible. Obviously not recommended for anyone who is pregnant or under the age of 21!
**Exceptions are edamame, miso, and Nama Shoyu soy sauce

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