5 Alkaline Vegetables to Add to Your Diet

Find out which veggies to stock up on at the grocery store.

5 Alkaline Vegetables to Add to Your Diet

By Reina Berger

Wondering how to start following the alkaline diet? Along with cutting out processed foods, sugar, alcohol, dairy, and meat, you can also try eating the right types of produce to make the most of this plan. Since the foundation of any good diet relies on eating plenty of fresh vegetables, the next time you are making a big salad or looking for the perfect side dish, choose from the five veggies below.


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Spinach

Super versatile and packed with vitamins A, C, and K, spinach is a great choice when it comes to eating alkaline. You can eat it raw in a salad, blended into a smoothie, sautéed with garlic and olive oil, or even tucked into an omelet. The options are endless when it comes to cooking with spinach.

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