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Diabetics Acid-Alkaline Foods: Nuts-Seeds-Meats-Eggs-Dairy

The use of the ‘Diabetics Acid-Alkaline Food Chart’ implies that diabetic abides by two rules: the 'alkaline diet' rule and also the 'glycemic index' rule.

Alkaline Diet Rule

It gives general dietary boundaries. To meet human body design needs our daily food intake should comprise at least 80% of alkalizing foods and no more than 20% of acidifying foods. For our body the more alkaline a food is, the better it is; and the more acidic a food is, the worse it is.

Glycemic Index (GI) Rule

In the Chart given below food products are classified in four categories. The foods of the first category are written in green color; they have almost no carbohydrates and so no glycemic index or a negligible one (GI~0); those foods can be consumed freely. In the second category, there are foods possessing carbohydrates of low-glycemic index (GI 55 or less); the food of this group may be eaten, but with moderation. The third category comprises carbohydrate foods with high glycemic index (GI 56 or more); the products of this group are written in red color; people with diabetes might abstain from those foods as much as possible. The fourth category includes processed carbohydrate products; they are written in blue; for these foods diabetic should refer to the manufacturer’s label for the glycemic value.

For more details on glycemic index of foods you may refer to "The Glycemic Index of Foods – American Diabetes Association" and "The University of Sydney - GI Database".

FOOD
CATEGORY

Meats

High
Alkaline
-
Alkaline
-
Low
Alkaline
-
Low
Acid
Liver
Oysters
Venison
Cold Water Fish
Acid Turkey
Chicken
Lamb
High Acid Beef
Pork
Shellfish
FOOD
CATEGORY

Eggs
Dairy

High
Alkaline
-
Alkaline Breast Milk
Low
Alkaline
Goat Cheese
Goat Milk
Soy Cheese
Soy Milk
Whey
Low
Acid
Eggs
Butter
Buttermilk
Cottage Cheese

Yogurt
Cream
Acid Raw milk
High Acid Cheese
Custard
Homogenized Milk
Ice Cream
FOOD
CATEGORY

Nuts
Seeds

High
Alkaline
-
Alkaline Almonds
Low
Alkaline
Brazil Nuts
Chestnuts
Coconut
Hazelnuts
Low
Acid
Sesame
Sunflower Seeds

Pumpkin
Acid Pecans
Cashews
Pistachios
High Acid Peanuts
Walnuts
• Foods in green: Negligible glycemic index (GI~0). Diabetics can consume them freely.
Foods in black: Low glycemic index (GI 55 or less). Diabetics may eat them, but with moderation.
• Foods in red: High glycemic index (GI 56 or more). Diabetics should refrain from these foods.
• Foods in blue: Processed foods. Check the manufacturers' labels for the GI value.

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