Introduction to Dr. Sebi's Alkaline Diet

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All diets claim to work, but that is true only to a certain extent. Most popular diets only focus on the aspect of losing weight in a given amount of time. But whether you cut carbs, add fats, or only eat broth 24/7, these diets are not meant to be sustainable in the long run. You will lose 5 pounds but gain 10 after you've given up.

Dr. Sebi’s Alkaline Diet is considered very limited and challenging to keep up with, but it doesn’t have to be. An ‘all or nothing’ approach may deter you before you even start, so we’re here to help you change that mentality and guide you step by step, week by week. We are providing you with the tips and tools to successfully turn alkalinity into your new lifestyle, and reach your desired health goals.

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An alkaline diet can help maintain the proper pH balance in the body, promoting good health, and preventing disease. It’s essential to consume a balanced diet that includes a variety of fruits and vegetables, nuts and seeds, and ancient grains to maintain the proper pH balance in the body. Come discover the science behind Dr. Sebi's Diet.

Going from one extreme to the other — the Standard American Diet (SAD) to Dr. Sebi’s protocol — can be a daunting task. Rather than doing a complete overhaul of everything you eat, you can start with small changes that will add up to substantial health benefits over time.

So many diets focus only on what you can’t or shouldn’t eat. This can end up feeling too restrictive and leads many people to return to the style of eating they maintained before. And while there are certain foods to avoid while following the alkaline diet, we prefer to focus on what you can and should eat for optimal health.

It’s time to audit your diet. To follow the alkaline diet, it's important to avoid consuming foods that have an acidic effect on the body, including meat, dairy, eggs, processed foods, refined carbohydrates, sugary drinks, and alcoholic beverages.

We'll be taking everything we’ve learned in the last five weeks and combine it into an actionable meal plan and recipe catalog that you can incorporate into what you eat. Start small by swapping out one food, recipe, or meal, then slowly switch over every meal until it becomes a habit.