I randomly found this page a little while ago while looking up the caloric content of medjools, read it to see what it had to say, and was quite astonished by what I was reading. This is completely the opposite of any alkaline/acidic reading I have ever done. Do you think whoever wrote this was very confused when it came to the acidity of the food itself and the levels it actually causes in the body once digested? It glorifies meat, dairy, and grains (of course) and seems to say, "yeah... fruits and veggies are good too, but not the best."
Another person who doesn't understand that some fruit, like oranges are acidic, but leave an alkaline residue.
And since when is meat highly alkaline?
Here is why high protein foods can NEVER be alkaline.
What matters is not the pH of the food before entering the digestive tube but rather the pH it aquires while being digested; that's why lemons are alkalinizing despite being acidic in the mouth (they taste sour).