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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 2: Detoxification Diet Program & Tips

The metabolic detoxification diet enables the patient to sustain a reasonable life-style, tasty diet, adequate weight control, physical activity, good appetite, normal skin color, freedom from pain, healthy mental outlook, a desire to live and the extension of life.

Metabolic cancer therapy accomplishes these objectives by retarding the ocurrence of cancer by:

  1.- Providing ideal nutrition that supports the individual's vital forces and defense mechanisms.

  2.- Minimizing the intake of carcinogens with the elimination of smoking, changing carcinogenic enviroments, reducing alcohol intake, requiring purified beverages and avoiding pollutants and other measures.

  3.- Helping the patient develop a positive mental outlook that inhibits cancer growth.

  4.- Assisting the body in eliminating toxic wastes through the liver, intestines and kidneys.

  5.- Discouraging the use of drugs and reducing unnecessary radiation.

The metabolic therapy aids the pancreatic enzymes that defend the body from cancer and other degenerative diseases. Pancreatic enzymes are natural mechanisms for the prevention and destruction of cancer cells.

The metabolic therapy attemps to rebuild the liver which is usually damaged in cancer patients. The therapy reduces liver toxicity and eliminates sodium and replaces it with potassium and enables the cells to use oxygen more effectively.

During the past decade I have experienced astounding success in the reversal of chronic degenerative diseases through the application of a vegetarian diet and living foods, like freshly prepared carrots, green leaf cabbage family vegetables and sprouts, asparagus. wheatgrass juice, inmature green, fruits, vegetables, fermented seeds, nuts and grains. These foods offer an abundance of living enzymes, vitamins, minerals and the potent regenerative benefits of chlorophyll which is capable of cleansing the cells and eliminating disease causing toxins. Cancer and other diseases cannot exist in a healthy body nourished by nature's living foods.

Studies prove that the T-Cell mediates immunity and actually increases with the restriction of animal protein intake. Researchers, Good and Kramer, found that guinea pigs with a protein restricted diet were able to enhance their immune system in measurable terms. Cell mediated phagocytic and telymphocytic action is frequently brought on by protein reduction. A powerful and normally functioning inmune system is more and more important as we get older.

A Well Balanced Meal
A well balanced meal should contain 50% complex carbohydrates, 30% protein and 20% fat, with no chemicals, preservatives or additives. Even an interim diet of 70% to 80% complex carbohydrates, 10% to 20% proteins and 10% oils will starve amino acid hungry tumors.

Protein is needed, 20% to 30% will maintain muscle but we can alternate or substitute this need with a 20% fat intake. The complex carbohydrates should remain at the 50% level. This is accomphished with a diet of whole grains and fresh fruit and vegetables (steamed, broiled or uncooked, when possible) and fruit juices. It is also better to use pure maple syrup or molasses than honey because honey contains sucrose.

Straight carbohydrates are white flour and refined sugar. They offer no nourishment but have been made to look good and taste good. The demand for these products has grown as a result of effective marketing. Our taste buds are saying, "yes, I like it" but these junk foods offer virtually no vitamins or minerals!

Complex carbohydrates are found in raw, fresh vegetables and fruits and whole grains. The protein source can be dried beans or fresh nuts, grain or bean sprouts, fish and occasionally chicken or meat only a couple of times a month. Oil should be poly unsaturated like sunflower oil, sesame oil, or olive oil. Avoid saturated fats which are highly carcinogenic. For example: lard or butter and meat fats.

Visualize your plate with a line drawn through the center. Write 50% in one half and divide the other half with a 20% and 30% section. Once again you want foods with 50% complex carbohydrates, 30% protein and 20% fat. If you look at every plate of food with this diagram in mind, you will be better able to maintain vigorous health. If you are gaining weight, reduce your food portions but do not change the percentage of complex carbohydrates, proteins and fats. / The Center for Holistic Life Extension
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