In order to determine how the foods we eat affect the way we feel, I recommend
that you take my 30 day diet trial.
If you have medical problems, please consult a professional before beginning.
Let me warn you up front that this trial
will not work unless you are diligent about making ALL of these changes
strictly for the entire 30 days as I have outlined on the back of this
You must not make just some of the changes or eliminate some of the foods.
You must not cheat. Adjust a little. I suggest that you tell yourself---
This is only for 30 days and I really want to see if I feel any different,
if my children behave differently, and if anyone is diabetic, how well their
blood sugar is regulated when certain foods are eliminated from our diets.(You
don’t want to have to start over so be strict) Check your blood sugar frequently if diabetic.
Remember that although moderation is okay for many things, toxic foods can
affect us even in small quantities so for this test to work, you must do
If you feel that you could not eat this way even for just 30 days, then
I feel sorry for you since it means that society has turned you into a convenience
Many of my patients have felt so many beneficial changes after just 30 days
that they could not believe how much food has been affecting their life and
the lives of their children.
Remember, you are not really going
on a diet; you are simply eating a great deal healthier for 30 days.
I would wish you good luck, but luck has nothing to do with it. If you truly
care about your health or the health of your children, 30 days of a strict
eating plan is not that difficult and is generally well worth the effort.
Meat, Fish, Poultry, Eggs
Beef, Chicken, Turkey, Lamb, Fish (real meat only and not breaded).
Eggs should be whole and include yolk and whites
Luncheon meats, hot dogs, shark, swordfish, orange roughy (too high
Whole raw milk after 8th day. (Organic Pastures brand only). If you
notice any reaction, stop the milk immediately.
All other milks, cheeses, yogurt, cream, ice cream, etc.
Starches/Flour products, grains, and beans.
None. NO GRAINS OR GRAIN PRODUCTS, NO FLOUR EXCEPT ALMOND, NO BEANS.
Potatoes or potato products, breads, rice, pastas, cereals, crackers,
i.e. ALL grains, all beans, and potatoes or any product made from or
All non-starchy fresh vegetables, cooked or raw. (Unless allergic)
Frozen, canned or any starchy vegetables (corn, potatoes, yams, winter
1 piece raw, fresh fruit per day if desired and after a meal. Portion
size equal to an apple (Apple or berries)
Frozen, canned, or dried.
Butter, extra-virgin olive oil, Omega brand coconut butter. Fats that
naturally exist on the meats you are eating (leave the skin on the chicken,
yolk in the egg, etc.)
All other fats.
All including white sugar, brown sugar, honey, molasses, brown rice
syrup, corn syrup, fruit sweeteners, maple syrup, artificial sweeteners,
Any kind of RAW nut. (unless allergic)
Roasted, salted, etc.
Filtered Water (Try for 2 quarts taken between meals)
Whole raw milk beginning on the 8th day.
All others. No caffeine or alcohol.
Fresh herbs and single spices only.
No mixed dried spice combinations
Spice combinations (can hide toxic ingredients).
That if you think you are allergic to any of these foods, do not eat them.
Hormone free meats and organic produce and oils make the test even better.
Try to drink 2 quarts of filtered water each day, mostly between meals (less
for a child).
Eat adequate amounts of the allowed foods - do NOT go hungry!
Don't forget to eat some animal protein at 2 - 3 meals (preferable at every
meal) and load up on the non starchy vegetables. If a food is not on the Allowed list, DON'T EAT IT!
So plan your food carefully. be sure that you are not eating any packaged
or canned foods since they all have added ingredients that are not allowed.You
can NEVER be sure what is or is not in any restaurant food no matter what
they waiter/waitress tells you.
The information on this web site is for informational use only and is not meant to diagnose or treat any medical condition or to take the place of your physician.
Always consult the appropriate health care professional when you have health problems that you feel might require professional attention.