|Amount||Ingredient||£ / day||Source|
|65||g||Skimmed milk powder||£0.19||Sainsburys basics|
|60||g||Unsalted Butter||£0.24||Sainsburys basics|
|27||g||Dried Papaya and Pineapple||£0.15||Holland and Barrett|
|20||g||Kale, cooked, boiled, drained, without salt||£0.10||Sainsburys|
Total Daily Cost:
|£1.46||Add Ingredients |
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Easy to obtain ordinary food ingredients from UK supermarkets like Co-operative, Sainsburys, Aldi, Asda, Tesco, Morrisons. Keeping the £/Kg as low as possible.
I'd like it to have a positive or neutral effect on blood pH, as well as low glycemic index.
The hardest bit of this seems to be collating all the vitamin, mineral and other micro-nutrient information from various sources, as it isn't on the packets.
I have struggled especially finding data on sulphur / sulfur content, so those numbers are my best estimates based on:
Useful links, eg whfoods.com and self.com