I started too thinker whith my diet, and leaning towards more fat, less carbs. I was on a carb cycling scheme to gain muscle mass, going 150gr of carbs on post workout and 50gr non workout.
Since i'm only engaged in powelifting, some walking and one or two Tabata's a week i decided to try 65-70% fat, 15-20% Protein and 10% Carbs, these coming from veggies and soups. On workout days i'm at 3000-3200kcals(180 pounds, 5,9, 12-13%BF) and on rest days between 2200-2600kcals, aiming for strenght gains and slowly body-recomposition.
Howver, i'm a little concerned with my acid base balance, since i eat no less than 500gr-750 of meat/fish a day, plus 4-6 eggs, and almost 100gr of grass fed butter and 100gr coconut oil, intermediated with one or two tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil and/or grass fed homemade lard.
I gladly consume a wide array of vegetables within the 10% carb threshold: cabbage, cucumber, lettuce, broccoli, cauliflower, carrots, bok-choi, some kelp seaweed and incorporate various spices in cooking: turmeric, garlic powder and gloves(2-6 a day), basil, thyme, oregano, cilantro, pepper(misture of various), parsley, paprika, cinnamon. etc.
Should i be concerneed over my acid base? Could you recomend ways to alkalize my diet, or some concentrate supplements(spirulina or so) to help counteracting the almost 800gr of acid foods a day?
EDIT: What do you guys think about supplements as this one or similar? Supplements wise, i take only Magnesium and Vitamin D3(reducing dose as Summer aproach), and 10gr BCAA pre-workout(fasted).