When you’re first starting out on the alkaline diet it can be difficult to know where to start! I’m here to tell you that it is a lot easier than you might think. These guides below are a great place to start:
Downloading my Alkaline Food Charts is also a great first step, as this will teach you which foods are alkaline and which are acidic, plus give you a heap of delicious (21 in total) recipes to get you up and running! Or for a quick-start you can check out my guide to the Most Alkaline Foods by clicking here.
The alkaline diet is a very simple approach to health that is all about balance. A solid alkaline diet plan involves focusing 70-80% of your food and drink consumption on the most alkaline-forming foods, and limiting your intake of the most acid foods.
You don’t have to be perfect, but try to move your diet towards those alkaline foods (lots of alkaline recipes here).
A big misconception is also that following an alkaline diet plan is about making your body more alkaline. It’s not at all. The goal of the alkaline diet is to support your body in maintaining it’s own, natural alkaline balance. This is important.
The alkaline foods you need to be focusing are fresh vegetables, salads, greens, healthy oils, nuts, seeds; things like spinach, avocado, kale, broccoli, lettuce, carrots, beets, arugula, almonds, cashews, coconut oils and milks, celery…
The acidic foods to move away from include, as you can probably guess, sugar, junk foods, fast foods, processed foods, gluten, sweets, soda and so on.
I know getting started can be hard…which is why I have created my 14-Day Alkaline Plan training – click here to find out more about that, and we’ll get you started in no time.
In the meantime, here’s some of my best resources to get you started:
The Definitive Guide to the Alkaline Diet | The Acid-Alkaline Food Charts | My Alkaline Recipe Centre | The Alkaline Breakfast Guide | Getting Started: Your Alkaline Diet Plan | Alkaline Supplements Guide