Diet -Course

Below is a list and information on foods we recommend to eat on a Nutritional Balancing Program. We recommend to mainly stick to the foods on this page, you can select the 'occasional' button to see occasional foods but this does not necessarily mean to integrate them both. Personally I don't go out of my way to buy any occasional foods.

Being sensitive to carbohydrates, sugars and grains is fairly common on a healing program and for some people eating too much of these foods will slow them down and in some cases stop their movements forward because their body is simply too sensitive. Therefore at times reducing and even stopping these foods for a while is necessary until the body is more healed. In my journey for example at one point I couldnt move forwards without removing these foods and/or drastically reducing them. These foods I have highlighted with two asterisks**. If you notice you are too sensitive to these foods it's best to skip them until your body is more healed.

We have added advanced sections which go much deeper into the diet, in order to not overwhelm you this is switched off but you can switch it on below.

Click here to turn on advanced + extra information for the diet.

STEP ONE

Add 70-80% of cooked vegetables to your plate, pressure cooked is preferred. Steam is ok. DO NOT roast, bake or fry.

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Root Vegetables
It is good to try and eat 4 types of onion per meal. You can cut up plenty into a air right refridgerated box as shown in the video.
OCCASIONAL Root Vegetables
Cruciferous vegetables
OCCASIONAL Cruciferous Vegetables
Other Vegetables
Other Vegetables + Food Additions
Getting this section precise is a more advanced part of the program. If you are just starting out don't worry too much about getting this section perfect, this is more advanced and is recommended to work up to after you have got the basics correct. However if you can implement this at the beginning then that is great! You can watch this video which shows an easy way to add these. https://hairanalysis.report/lesson/what-to-eat-how-to-eat/
OCCASIONAL Other Vegetables

STEP 2

Add animal protein to 2 meals per day.

Try not to add red meat, (lamb, beef, game meat) to more than 6 meals per week.

For the rest of the meals mix up with chicken, sardines, eggs, turkey or goat meat.

Animal Proteins
OCCASIONAL Animal Protein

STEP 3

For one meal per day add another protein. This could be just adding 2 tablespoons of ALMOND BUTTER, but you can also add the following foods onto one meal as an extra. One of the issues with most of these other protein foods is that they can be quite carby and hold some people back, thats why it may be best just to stick to 2 tablespoons of almond butter.

Other Proteins
OCCASIONAL Other Protein

STEP 4

Grains

If you can handle them add 8-10 blue corn chips to your meal.

Other grains are shown below that are ok, but if you can its best just to stick to the blue corn.

Grains
OCCASIONAL Grains
Once or twice per week

STEP 5

Salt

Sprinkle a pinch of sea salt onto your food.

Salt- to taste

STEP 6

Adding extra fats and oils to your food ONLY if you are a fast oxidizer as established from a Hair Mineral Analysis.

Fats & Oils
Fast oxidizers should be adding 1-2 tablespoons of extra fats and oils like the ones below to each meal. This is not necessary for slow oxidizers there are enough fats and oils within the diet already for these people.
OCCASIONAL Fats & Oils
Spices
Spices can be added to foods to improve taste and variety.

Beverages

Try not to drink alot with food, it can dilute your stomach too much but below are the beverages you can dring on the program, you should be drinking between 2-3L of spring water everyday.

Beverages
OCCASIONAL extras

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