Alkalizing Foods: Eat Freely: 70-100% of your diet!
Green Veggies! and the following RAW: kale, spinach, lettuce, bell peppers, tomatoes, radishes, onions, garlic, lemons, limes, cucumbers, coconut, asparagus, fresh herbs such as basil and parsley, eggplant, chives, celery, fennel, sprouts, leeks, avocado, cauliflower, broccoli, cabbage, and grasses. Also, plenty of healthy salts, raw oils and pure alkaline water.
Transitional Food List: Should make up 20-30% of your diet
Whole grains such as quinoa, barley, rice, buckwheat, and spelt, tofu (non-GMO!), fruit, sweet veggies such as carrots, squash, pumpkin, grapefruit, potatoes, peas, most seeds and nuts, and beans/legumes. Oily fish such as wild salmon and tuna.
Acidic Foods: Should never be eaten...yikes!
mushrooms, algae, meat (red, white, or pink, from any animal or bird), dairy products (includes raw, pasteurized, or from any animal), alcohol, yeast of any kind, vinegar, coffee, chocolate, peanuts and peanut oil, corn, canola, non-organic soy, GMO foods, microwaved food, eggs, fermented products, white flour, sugar of any kind, agave, and processed foods
~What if I don't have a juicer?
Use a blender and make smoothies instead of juices. Just add a little water. :)
~What if I don't have an expensive high-speed blender?
Use a cheap $20 blender, just blend longer. It might take 10 minutes to get your recipe smooth, but before we were blessed to barter for a Blen-tec, we used an inexpensive blender for years. Tip: add some ice so your smoothie isn't warm. :)
~What if I don't have a dehydrator?
If you want raw food, this is vital for many recipes. You can get a super cheap dehydrator for less than $50 at many department stores. We are still using an inexpensive one before we can invest in a serious one. Tip: MAKE SURE you can control the temperature so you can keep your drying below 120 degrees! If having the food raw isn't that important or the inexpensive ones are still out of budget for now, use your oven. It won't be raw, but your bacon will still be made of coconut and your chips will still be kale. :)