Kimchi is alkaline or acidic

Type: acidic

Kimchi is acidic

Kimchi is a traditional Korean fermented dish made primarily from cabbage, radishes, and various seasonings. It is known for its tangy and spicy flavor. Kimchi is considered to have an acidifying effect on the body. The fermentation process produces lactic acid, which gives kimchi its distinctive taste and contributes to its acidity. While kimchi contains beneficial probiotics and nutrients, its overall impact on the body's acid-alkaline balance is acidic.