Quick guide to longevity and detox through Right eating

An ideal, life supporting diet consists of the following:

Organic fruits and sea vegetables; usually raw.
A source of the bulk of the vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients.
Organic vegetables; sometimes raw, sometimes slowly cooked at low heat.
Also a source of the bulk of the vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients.
Oatmeal and potatoes; slowly and gently cooked.
The fuel of the diet, we all need carbs.
Boiled oatmeal, carrots, and brown rice.
Sources of protein.
Nuts, soaked overnight.
Another source of protein. Nuts are also high in fat. Soaking overnight enables the protein and fat to
chemically combine, making the fat water-soluble and easier to digest.
Sprouted grains and legumes (beans).
Sprouting “wakes them up”, making them more digestible. Before sprouting, they are in a dormant state
which is why they have such a long shelf life.
Flax seeds and flax seed oil
Contains omega 3 fatty acids that are not only healthy fats, but they also pull cholesterol away from cells
walls, allowing your body to eliminate them. Ultimately bringing your cholesterol down to a healthy level.
Fermented foods
Fermenting makes certain foods more easily digestible and ensures that the nutrients become available.
Natural souring, also contributes additional enzymes from the bacteria and their action on the sugars
increases their food value
Lots of juicing!
Juicing removes fiber and makes the nutrients more readily available to and easily absorbed by your body.
Fresh pressed juices are vital to those recovering from degenerative diseases, including cancer.
Lots of water!
You should drink half your body weight in ounces (fl. oz.) of water. For example, if you weigh 200 lbs, you
should be drinking 100 fl. oz. of water a day.

The following foods and items interfere with your body’s efforts to breakdown and expel toxins. They also create a build up of toxins in your system which lead to everything from allergies, to diabetes, to cancer.
Avoid them as much as possible.

• Fried foods
• Meat
• Nicotine, Drugs or Alcohol (because Tar and Nicotine adhere to fat cells)
• Aluminum pots and pans for cooking
• Chemicals (HFCS, MSG, nitrites, nitrates, artificial colors or flavors)
• Saturated Fats (margarine, shortening, lard, hydrogenated vegetable oils, peanut butter, cheese)
• Meat (beef, lamb, goat, rabbit, raccoon, pork, etc.)
• Poultry (chicken, turkey, hen, ducks, eggs, etc.)
• Tap Water (chlorinated water)
• Dairy Products (milk, cheese, ice cream, yogurt, etc.)
• Shell Fish (shrimp, lobster, crab, conch, catfish, pickerel, bass, etc.)
• Salted and Roasted: Seeds, Nuts or Peanuts
• Wheat or Sugar (this includes baked goods, crackers, muffins, cakes, etc)