Hybrid Foods: Can Fruit & Veg Be Bad for You?



Let's talk about Hybrid Plants and Foods ⚠️

Hybrids are man made and unnatural which means they are not made by nature.

Hybrid foods are mucus forming foods and they all have a pH Value below 7 which is the starting point of alkalinity.

The molecular structure of hybrids are incomplete and they all contain starch which is a chemical binder.

Of course there are good hybrids in nature in which plants of the same species hybridized themselves in chemical affinity and have their molecular structure in a complete state, these hybrids are alkaline and have a pH value between 7 and above.

Below are some hybrids which are man made and have their PH value below 7.

Avoid Hybrids and other foods that are Acidic on the pH Scale:

Rosehips, Echinacea, Goldenseal, Comfrey, Banana (except native small varieties when over-ripe), Licorice, Aloe Vera, Spinach, Carrots, Cassava, Cow Products, Pig Products, Lamb/Goat Products, Chicken products, Fish product, Corn, Potatoes, Rice (except Wild Rice), Kambucha, Beans (except chickpeas), Barley, Fennel, Sugar Cane, Wheat (except for Spelt), Yams/Sweet Potato, Peppermint, Garlic, Cranberries, Pineapple, Brussel Sprouts, Cabbage, Broccoli, Cauliflower, Beets (most all root crops except for Ginger), and many more.


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