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For he that eateth and drinketh unworthily, eateth and drinketh judgment to himself, not discerning the body of the Lord.  ~1 Corinthians 11:2

I suggest eating two (2) to four (4) kinds of onions at every meal, carrots at every meal, and at least one cruciferous vegetable at every meal.

Onions include shallots, leeks, garlic, pearl onions, and scallions.

Cruciferous vegetables are Red or White Cabbage, Bok Choy, Brussels sprouts, Brocollini or Broccoli, and Cauliflower. 

See more below: 

​​1. Ideally, eat three meals every day. Also, if possible, do not snack between meals. If you must snack due to your sugar going down, I suggest you eat some cheese, or yogurt or else some almond butter. 

2. Eat at least one and preferably two to three cups of cooked, preferred vegetables with each meal.

3. Women should eat 6 eggs weekly, and men should eat 8 eggs weekly, prepared soft-boiled, poached, or fried.

4.  Red meat 2 to 3 times weekly (2x/weekly ground lamb or other cuts and 1x/weekly ground beef or other cuts) Other red meats such as goat and pork are allowed occasionally, but only if they come from a very reliable source and are pastured. This applies to all meats you purchase.

5. Avoid or limit all fish (high mercury), except for 3 to 4 cans of sardines per week (85 to 120 g in one can) - 

(omit fish oil and vitamin D if eating sardines).  It's fine to have freshwater fish like trout occasionally.


6. Do not eat fruit or any sweets when starting the Nutritonal Balancing Program. Exceptions to this rule are:

  • Adults may eat kalamata or botija olives.

  • When in season, cucumbers with the peel off.

If you are not new to the program, you can occasionally have apples (peel removed) and berries, preferably cooked.


7. Cook your food each day. Do not rely too heavily on leftovers, except occasionally. You can cook once a day, or preferably two or three times per day, and have leftovers for the next day, but no more.

8. Avoid vegetarian diets. Each day eat at least one and preferably two small (4-5 ounce) portions of lamb, beef, chicken, turkey, eggs, soft goat cheese, goat yogurt or sardines.

9. Eat some corn tortilla chips with each meal (5 to 8). We understand that chips are fried in oil and can be salty. However, they do provide certain nutrients that are not found in other foods. If you are sensitive to grains or have a tendency to overeat blue corn chips, it's best to avoid them for now.

10. Grains (cereals) –You can eat Millet, Amaranth or Quinoa as they are second best to Blue Corn Chips.

11. Rice is okay on occasion if you mitigate arsenic levels in rice by following these methods HERE  


12. For adults, each day eat two tablespoons of roasted almond butter.


13.Peanut butter is also okay if you make your own from peanut shells and have no peanut allergies.


14. Also, one to two tablespoons of roasted sesame tahini.

If you don't like tahini, alternatives are:

  1. grind up roughly the same amount of sesame seeds in a coffee grinder and eat it, or

  2. eat four tablespoons of hummus daily (HERE is a recipe for hummus).


15. Optional to sprinkle a teaspoon of nutritional yeast over your food. 

16. Eat protein first, followed by vegetables, followed by some blue corn chips. Ideally, wait a few minutes between these courses. If you are sensitive to grains better avoid blue corn chips fror now. 

Is it a lot of food? Yes, but you will lose weight on this diet and we find it is necessary in our toxic world of depleted food. 

17. Use sea salt on your food, including on your meat, vegetables and other foods. Do not eat refined 'table salt'.

18. Drink close to 96 ounces of spring or carbon or sand-filtered only tap water daily.

✔Avoid filling up on herb teas or other beverages. 
✔It's okay to have 10-12 ounces of carrot juice, if you can tolerate it, but try not to exceed that amount.
✔Do not drink more than a few sips of water with meals. Wait an hour after meals to drink water, and after drinking water, wait ten minutes before you eat a meal.

19. Fermented foods. These foods can be quite helpful for some people. Sauerkraut is excellent for those with digestive issues. Other foods like Kefir, Goat Yogurt, and Miso are also very good.

Oxidation. Adults whose body chemistry is in fast oxidation need one to two additional tablespoons of fat or olive oil with each meal.


Children. Children above age about 3 to 4 need proportionately less of the same diet based upon their weight and size.


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