Please see my explanation of the values for this acid-alkaline spices and herbs food chart, and related charts, in my Basic Acid Alkaline Food Chart Introduction.
I’ve used these acid-alkaline foods charts to introduce this food diary project, which will soon have many more features and benefits. I will provide you with your free, personal online food diary. These charts are basic, but the finished project will be rich with many features that allow you to manage your diet. I have many ideas for turning this basic information into an interactive service to help you plan your diet, but I also want your ideas. Your feedback will help me build this project quickly to provide you with better nutrition management tools.
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|Food Description||KCals||Very Alkaline||Less Alkaline||About Neutral||Less Acid||Very Acid|
|Dill weed, fresh||43||-15.49|
|Mustard, prepared, yellow||67||1.13|
|Spices, allspice, ground||263||-26.86|
|Spices, anise seed||337||-18.17|
|Spices, basil, dried||251||-85.36|
|Spices, bay leaf||313||-17.16|
|Spices, caraway seed||333||-13.33|
|Spices, celery seed||392||-34.71|
|Spices, chervil, dried||237||-92.40|
|Spices, chili powder||314||-31.05|
|Spices, cinnamon, ground||261||-23.75|
|Spices, cloves, ground||323||-31.58|
|Spices, coriander leaf, dried||279||-99.48|
|Spices, coriander seed||298||-23.21|
|Spices, cumin seed||375||-31.97|
|Spices, curry powder||325||-26.10|
|Spices, dill seed||305||-33.19|
|Spices, dill weed, dried||253||-74.51|
|Spices, fennel seed||345||-35.37|
|Spices, fenugreek seed||323||-1.20|
|Spices, garlic powder||332||-2.00|
|Spices, ginger, ground||347||-24.55|
|Spices, mace, ground||475||-9.87|
|Spices, marjoram, dried||271||-49.30|
|Spices, mustard seed, yellow||469||14.49|
|Spices, nutmeg, ground||525||-3.75|
|Spices, onion powder||347||-10.15|
|Spices, oregano, dried||306||-49.76|
|Spices, parsley, dried||276||-81.49|
|Spices, pepper, black||255||-25.39|
|Spices, pepper, red or cayenne||318||-31.44|
|Spices, pepper, white||296||4.29|
|Spices, poppy seed||533||-1.87|
|Spices, poultry seasoning||307||-22.11|
|Spices, pumpkin pie spice||342||-19.13|
|Spices, rosemary, dried||331||-37.43|
|Spices, sage, ground||315||-46.49|
|Spices, savory, ground||272||-51.11|
|Spices, tarragon, dried||295||-64.51|
|Spices, thyme, dried||276||-35.48|
|Spices, turmeric, ground||354||-46.66|
|Vanilla extract, imitation, alcohol||237||-1.35|
|Vanilla extract, imitation, no alcohol||56||-0.05|
|Vinegar, red wine||19||-0.68|
Remember: these tables help you make better food choices, but the only way to confirm they are having the desired effect is by measuring the pH (acidity/alkalinity) of your urine. This is a simple process using widely available pH test strips or meters.
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