pH Value of Dairy, Cereals, Fish and Other Food Items

To keep up best possible health, your body is continuously working to retain a to some extent alkaline pH. The most important cause behind unpredictable body pH levels is the pH of food that you gulp down into your body. Contemporary Foods entice us to eat many acid producing foods like meat, coffee, cheese, butter, oils, breads, grains, and pastas. By staying conscious of the food pH of the whole lot we eat, one can stay away from Acid Producing Foods and give more attention to Alkaline Producing Foods. Appropriate food pH in your daily diet will seize a bundle of stress out of body and facilitate your body to embrace onto vital minerals.

  Approximate pH Item
  1. 1.  
7.52 – 8.40 Conch
  1. 2.  
7.44 Cheese, Camembert
  1. 3.  
7.5 Peanut Soup
  1. 4.  
7.1 Milk, peptonized
  1. 5.  
6.58 – 6.78 Bass, sea, broiled
  1. 6.  
6.53 Bread, Boston, brown
  1. 7.  
6.50 – 6.70 Bass, striped, broiled
  1. 8.  
6.50 – 7.00 Crab meat
  1. 9.  
6.50 – 6.68 Cream, 20 per cent
  1. 10.           
6.49 Vanilla
  1. 11.           
6.48 Milk, Goat’s
  1. 12.           
6.44 – 6.45 Cereal, strained
  1. 13.           
6.44 – 6.80 Cream, 40 per cent
  1. 14.           
6.40 – 6.80 Milk, cow
  1. 15.           
6.39 – 6.89 Flounder, fi1et, broiled
  1. 16.           
6.37 – 6.87 Arrowroot Cruel
  1. 17.           
6.36 – 6.80 Kale, cooked
  1. 18.           
6.33 Milk, condensed
  1. 19.           
6.28 Peanut Butter
  1. 20.           
6.27 Raspberry
  1. 21.           
6.15 Cheese, Old English
  1. 22.           
6.08 Gelatin, plain jell
  1. 23.           
6.7 Palm, heart of
  1. 24.           
6.5 Anchovies
  1. 25.           
6.5 Lima
  1. 26.           
6.5 Chrysanthemum drink
  1. 27.           
6.4 Congee
  1. 28.           
6.3 Cuttlefish
  1. 29.           
6.3 Kelp
  1. 30.           
6.2 Cod liver
  1. 31.           
6.2 Eell
  1. 32.           
6.1 Aloe vera
  1. 33.           
6.1 Cream of Asparagus
  1. 34.           
6.1 Yolk
  1. 35.           
6.1 Herring
  1. 36.           
6.00 – 6.80 Aloe Juice
  1. 37.           
6.00 – 6.60 Soy
  1. 38.           
6.00 – 6.30 Chayote (mirliton), cooked
  1. 39.           
6.00 – 6.50 Ginseng , Korean drink
  1. 40.           
6.00 – 7.50 Hominy, cooked
  1. 41.           
6.00 – 6.85 Mussels
  1. 42.           
6.00 – 6.50 Octopus
  1. 43.           
5.59 – 6.19 All Bran
  1. 44.           
5.58 Anchovies, stuffed w/capers, in olive oil
  1. 45.           
5.51 – 5.87 Cream of Coconut, canned
  1. 46.           
5.50 – 6.00 Artichokes
  1. 47.           
5.50 – 6.17 Leeks
  1. 48.           
5.50 – 6.60 Okra, cooked
  1. 49.           
5.49 – 6.10 Leeks, cooked
  1. 50.           
5.47 – 5.85 Bread, whole wheat
  1. 51.           
5.45 – 5.67 Flakes
  1. 52.           
5.45 – 5.65 Parsnips, cooked
  1. 53.           
5.43 – 5.50 Bread, Cracked wheat
  1. 54.           
5.40 – 6.00 Kidney
  1. 55.           
5.40 – Bread, pumpernickel
  1. 56.           
5.35 Horseradish, freshly ground
  1. 57.           
5.33 Breadfruit, cooked
  1. 58.           
5.32 Beans, vegetarian, tomato sauce, canned
  1. 59.           
5.20 – Jujube
  1. 60.           
5.15 Maple syrup
  1. 61.           
5.9 Beans, refried
  1. 62.           
5.9 Cheese, Cheddar
  1. 63.           
5.9 Pate
  1. 64.           
5.8 Calamary (Squid)
  1. 65.           
5.8 Cheese Dip
  1. 66.           
5.8 Lentil Soup
  1. 67.           
5.7 Cheese, Stilton
  1. 68.           
5.7 Hearts of Palm
  1. 69.           
5.7 Lobster soup
  1. 70.           
5.7 Matzos
  1. 71.           
5.6 String
  1. 72.           
5.6 Four bean salad
  1. 73.           
5.5 Ackees
  1. 74.           
5.4 Cheese, Edem
  1. 75.           
5.3 Milkfish
  1. 76.           
5.1 Loquat (May be acidified to pH 3.8)
  1. 77.           
5.00 – 6.20 Bread, white
  1. 78.           
5.00 – 6.00 Oyster mushrooms
  1. 79.           
4.50 – 5.00 Herring, Pickled
  1. 80.           
4.42 – 4.70 Persimmons
  1. 81.           
4.41 – 4.83 Buttermilk
  1. 82.           
4.40 – 4.70 Enchalada sauce
  1. 83.           
4.40 – 4.90 Pimiento
  1. 84.           
4.40 – 4.60 Pimento, canned, acidified
  1. 85.           
4.9 Basil pesto
  1. 86.           
4.7 Cactus
  1. 87.           
4.7 Honey Aloe
  1. 88.           
4.6 Maple syrup, light (Acidified)
  1. 89.           
3.55 – 6.00 Mustard
  1. 90.           
3.50 – 4.50 Jam, fruit
  1. 91.           
3.38 – 3.43 Huckleberries, cooked with sugar
  1. 92.           
3.01 Mint Jelly
  1. 93.           
3.00 – 3.50 Jellies, fruit
  1. 94.           
2.31 Grenadine Syrup
  1. 95.           
2.6 Gelatin Dessert
  1. 96.           
7.20 – 7.60 Bird’s nest soup
  1. 97.           
7.10 – 7.92 Graham Crackers
  1. 98.           
7.10 – 7.43 Lobster, cooked
  1. 99.           
6.30 – 6.83 Lentils, cooked
  1. 100.        
6.26 – 6.50 Mackerel, King, boiled
  1. 101.        
6.20 – 6.60 Oatmeal, cooked
  1. 102.        
6.17 – 6.82 Haddock, Filet, broiled
  1. 103.        
6.13 – 6.58 Cantaloupe
  1. 104.        
6.10 – 6.50 Abalone
  1. 105.        
6.10 – 6.90 Flounder, boiled
  1. 106.        
6.09 – 6.50 Bluefish, Boston, filet, broiled
  1. 107.        
6.08 – 6.50 Noodles, boiled
  1. 108.        
6.07 – 6.36 Mackerel, Spanish, broiled
  1. 109.        
6.06 – 6.16 Cream of Wheat, cooked
  1. 110.        
5.30 – 6.10 Codfish, boiled
  1. 111.        
5.20 – 6.31 Chives
  1. 112.        
5.10 – 6.41 Macaroni, cooked
  1. 113.        
5.30 – 5.70 Wax
  1. 114.        
5.30 – 5.70 Parsnip
  1. 115.        
5.22 – 5.30 Greens, Mixed, strained
  1. 116.        
5.20 – 5.90 Bread, Rye
  1. 117.        
5.20 – 5.30 Cheese, Parmesan
  1. 118.        
5.19 – 5.32 Barley, cooked
  1. 119.        
5.18 – 5.2l Cheese, Snippy
  1. 120.        
5.10 – 5.80 Beans, pork & tomato sauce, canned
  1. 121.        
5.10 – 5.98 Cheese, Roquefort
  1. 122.        
5.10 – 5.40 Pickles, fresh pack
  1. 123.        
5.08 – 5.30 Melba Toast
  1. 124.        
5.05 – 5.42 Boston style
  1. 125.        
5.05 – 5.98 Figs, Calamyrna
  1. 126.        
5.05 – 5.22 Greens, Mixed, chopped
  1. 127.        
4.30 – 4.60 Artichokes, canned, acidified
  1. 128.        
4.10 – 4.79 Cheese, Cream, Philadelphia
  1. 129.        
4.09 – 4.25 Milk, Acidophilus
  1. 130.        
3.27 – 3.86 Mayhaw (a variety of strawberry)
  1. 131.        
3.20 – 3.40 Muscadine (A variety of grape)
  1. 132.        
4.50 -5.00 Mangostine ?
  1. 133.        
4.98 Cheese, American, mild
  1. 134.        
7.96 White
  1. 135.        
6.90 – Lobster bisque
  1. 136.        
5.60 – Antipesto
  1. 137.        
6.63 – 6.80 Arrowroot Crackers
  1. 138.        
5.60 – 6.00 Artichokes, French, cooked
  1. 139.        
5.93 – 6.00 Artichokes, Jerusalem, cooked
  1. 140.        
5.60 – 6.50 Beans
  1. 141.        
5.78 – 6.02 Black
  1. 142.        
Bran
  1. 143.        
6 Capers
  1. 144.        
6 Carp
  1. 145.        
5.70 – 6.00 Caviar, American
  1. 146.        
4.75 – 5.02 Cheese, Cottage
  1. 147.        
5.68 – 6.62 Cheese, Swiss Gruyere
  1. 148.        
5.90 – 6.05 Chicory
  1. 149.        
2.77 – 3.70 Chili Sauce, acidified
  1. 150.        
2.93 – 3.02 Crabapple Jelly, corn
  1. 151.        
6.62 – 6.98 Crabmeat, cooked
  1. 152.        
6 Cream of Potato soup
  1. 153.        
6 Curry sauce
  1. 154.        
4.60 – 4.80 Curry Paste,acidified
  1. 155.        
Dungeness Crab Meat
  1. 156.        
5.70 – 6.00 Escarolle
  1. 157.        
4.92 – 5.00 Figs, canned
  1. 158.        
3.60 – 4.00 Fruit cocktail
  1. 159.        
Gherkin
  1. 160.        
5.80 – 7.20 Grass jelly
  1. 161.        
3.70 – 4.20 Honey
  1. 162.        
4.80 – 6.80 Jackfruit
  1. 163.        
Junket type Dessert:
  1. 164.        
3.89 – 3.92 Ketchup
  1. 165.        
5.75 – 6.20 Kippered, Herring, Marshall
  1. 166.        
3.64 – 4.25 Kumquat, Florida
  1. 167.        
2.70 – 3.50 Loganberries
  1. 168.        
4.70 – 5.01 Lychee
  1. 169.        
5.90 – 6.40 Mackerel, canned
  1. 170.        
5.90 – 6.30 Milk, evaporated
  1. 171.        
4.70 – 5.65 Milk, Sour, fine curd
  1. 172.        
4.90 – 5.40 Molasses
  1. 173.        
5.95 – 6.40 Mushroom Soup, Cream of, canned
  1. 174.        
5 Nata De Coco
  1. 175.        
3.92 – 4.18 Nectarines
  1. 176.        
5.68 – 6.17 Oysters
  1. 177.        
6 Oyster, smoked
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