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Healthy Diet Program
There are three sections to our Healthy Diet Program section.
  Part 1: Basic Healthy Diet Program
  Part 2: Detoxification Diet Program & Tips
  Part 3: Other Dietary Insights & Tips

Part 1: The Basic Heathly Diet Program

Fruit and vegetable juices; low-fat or skim milk, buttermilk, kefir, caffeine-free herb teas, such as chamomile, mint, papaya, rose hip, comfrey, chaparral, ginseg, and many others.
   Avoid: Alcohol, cocoa, coffee, tea (those containing coffeine), soft drinks, fruits drinks containing sugar, whole-fat milk.

Rye, soya, whole wheat, corn and oatmeal bread or muffins. Multi-grains is best! Use whole, unprocessed grains.
   Avoid: White or sweet bread.

Buckwheat, cornmeal, cracked wheat, millet, oatmeal, sesame grits, unsweetened granola and other whole grains cereals.
   Avoid: Refined and bleached cereals.

Cottage cheese, ricotta, farmers, minimal amounts of low-fat mozzarella or jack.
   Avoid: Aged hard cheese, processed cheese such as Velveeta and Cheeze Whiz.

Fresh and stewed fruits. Plain yogurt with fruit. Baked goods made with whole grains and fruit (small amount of oil and honey). Use sugarless puddings and fruit ices; be creative!
   Avoid: Candy, ice cream, pastries, processed baked goods including dietetic variety.

Three or four per week, preferably from vegetarian hormone-free hens.

Butter softened in blender with cold-pressed safflower or sunflower oil for easy spreadability, minimal use uncooked. Use butter or olive oil only in cooking (to avoid carcinogenic properties) in minimal amounts.
   Avoid: Shortening, lard, margarine, saturated oils such as Wesson.

Salmon and sardines (reduce cholesterol and trygycerides); deep water ocean fish such as halibut, tuna, albacore, sea bass, cod, sword fish, marlin, and mahi mahi; mountain stream fish.
   Avoid: Inshore fish (polluted waters), and scavengers including sole, flounder, sandabs, shrimp, and other shellfish.

Leaf lettuce is superior to head. Use a wide variety. Raw vegetables are high in enzymes.

Chives, onions, garlic, herbs. Use mild spices, pepper and sea salt in moderation.
   Avoid: Reduce salt to a minimum.

Homemade legume (bean, peas), potato or vegetable. Barley, brown rice or millet can be added. Use little or no oil in preparation.

All, preferably fresh and fully ripe. If not available, use unsweetened frozen or canned in juice. Dried fruits (count the calories).
   Avoid: Syrup-packed canned fruit.

All fruit and vegetable juices. Carrot and celery are especially recommended. Use raw, unsweetened and preferably fresh.
   Avoid: Juices with artificial coloring, sweeteners and additives. Avoid canned when possible.

Minimal amounts of lean, broiled or roasted, beef, veal, turkey, and chicken. Remove all fat. Work towards a vegetarian diet.
   Avoid: All pork products, lamb, duck, lunch meats, hot dogs, sausage, organ meats (liver is high in toxins).

Low-fat or skim, buttermilk, kefir, yogurt, lowfat cottage cheese.
   Avoid: Full-fat dairy products.

All fresh, raw nuts. Limit use since nuts are high in fat (45-70%).
   Avoid: Roasted and salted.

Whole wheat or spinach noodles.
   Avoid: Processed noodles and macaroni.

All baked are best.
   Avoid: French fries, potato chips. / The Center for Holistic Life Extension
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