“Let your food be your medicine and let
your medicine be your food”


The human body is truly one of the universe’s major wonders. If your body is not fed the full range of nutrients it needs, how can it be expected to stay in a state of good health? The health-promoting diet featured in this chapter goes a long way in preventing disease and maintaining or achieving good health.
Good health often comes down to the sum of the habitual choices we make on a day-to-day basis. Make a commitment to following the guidelines in this chapter and you will be building a strong foundation for optimal health.


General Dietary Guidelines


Refined salt
Refined sugar
Refined flour
Refined vegetable oils
Cold water
Soft and cola drinks
Coffee (also decaffeinated)
Refined carbohydrates

Natural sea salt
Raw sugar
Whole-grain flour
Cold pressed oils
Almond butter
Room temperature water
Fresh juices
Herbal tea
Natural complex carbohydrates

  • Do not eat fruits immediately after meal but on an empty stomach or at least half an hour before meal.
  • Do not drink water or juice during or immediately after meal but on an empty stomach or at least half an hour before food.
  • Do not eat all food in the same time but ensure a proper food combination.


The Most Frequently Asked Question

  How harmful is table salt? Why cold water is so damaging? What about sodas and soft drinks?  
  Where does drinking coffee or tea fit into this approach of eating? What about frozen food? Why we shouldn’t have fruits and juice after a meal?  
  Proper food combination The Milk Controversy Artificial Sweeteners  
  Breakfast Cereals - Poison for Children Why are refined (polyunsaturated) vegetable oils not good? Trans Fats – The Worst  
  What about
margarine ?
“Light-Foods” – Non-physiological food “Everything you always wanted to know about – Good Fats -  
  Carbohydrates – Glucose, Not Sugar “Free Radicals – The heart of the matter Dieting Without

“You Know Your Body
Is Different Than Anyone Else”



Learn the principles of GENERAL DIETARY GUIDELINES, and we will help you select an eating program that applies best to you, because every person has a unique psyho-physiological body type that responds to specific foods, medicine, climate, seasons, stressful situations, etc., in a unique and specific way. No two people are exactly the same. We are all individuals, with different genetic predispositions, different histories, different health problem to overcome, different tastes in food, and different metabolic responses. This creates the individualistic qualities of looks and behavior, so we can personalize it that it matches your metabolism, your blood code, your vulnerabilities, and your food preferences


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