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Salad prior to adding dressing
1. FIRST THING in the morning (for example 7:00AM):
Note: The 2 glasses of water should make up for ¼ of your daily requirement of water but no more than 1 quart total.
3. LUNCH (for example: 1:00PM or 5 hours after breakfast).
Lunch is a cooked meal consisting of 2 parts: The Base and a Vegetable.
Hydration: wait 1 1/2 to 2 hours after the time you had your lunch before you begin drinking water again. Drink 8 ounces every 30 minutes and alternate with green leafy juices (not smoothies). Your last drink should by 6PM or if you intend to have dinner, 30 minutes before your meal.
No oil was used in the preparation of these foods. To substitute, use water.
2. BREAKFAST (for example: 8:00AM) For video click here!
20 minutes after hydrating yourself, you may eat your FIRST MEAL of the day which should be composed of RAW vegetables. No beverages with your meal.
The vegetable salad consists of 3 parts:
VEGETABLE PART (for phytonutrients)
All green vegetables. The darker the green the more Chlorophyll they contain. Choose from:
Romaine and other lettuce (no Iceberg lettuce), escarole, spinach (not every day), broccoli, celery, cucumber, zucchini (green or yellow), bell-pepper (green, red or yellow), tomato, kale, Swiss chard (red or green), red cabbage, cauliflower, snow peas, onions, radish, cilantro, parsley and/or other herbs, watercress, dandelion and others.
Don’t use more than 2 to 3 different items from the above list per meal. You may vary from day to day.
CARBOHYDRATES (for energy)
Sweet potato (pink, shredded) or carrots (shredded) or red beets (shredded). Add 1/3rd or 1/4th avocado according to occupation and physical condition.
SPROUTS (for enzymes and energy) Click here for video
Also good for sprouting: Red Clover, alfalfa, broccoli, and radish.
For DRESSING, blend: lemon juice (1 or 2), crushed garlic (1/3 clove) - can also use garlic powder, a pinch of Real Salt or Himalayan Salt, 2 tablespoons sunflower, 1/5 fresh onion - can also use onion powder, 1/3 red pepper, and very little water to make it less creamy but not too watery. This seasoning makes the salad much more palatable!
Hydration: wait 1 1/2 to 2 hours after the time you had your breakfast before you begin drinking water again. Drink 8 ounces every 30 minutes and alternate with green leafy juices (not smoothies). Your last drink should end 30 minutes before having lunch.
Quinoa or Millet
"No disease, including cancer, can exist in an alkaline environment."
Dr. Otto Warburg, 1931 Nobel Prize winner for cancer discovery.
4. DINNER (if you must, however, for optimal results, skip it): Fresh fruits ONLY! (for example: 5:00PM or 4-5 hours after lunch).
Eggplant & Quinoa