· Prepare your food fresh each day.
· Eat organic produce whenever possible.
· Eat good quality proteins (hormone-free, grass-fed red meats such as beef, lamb. Hormone-free and antibiotic-free chicken,
plenty of fresh, oil-rich fish such as tuna, salmon, herring, sardines.
· Eat fresh garlic (a good source of selenium). Eat one clove on a daily basis.
· Eat plenty of organic salads, vegetables, fruit, nuts and seeds (no salt, raw).
· Eat good sources of essential fatty acids such as avocado, fish, olives, flaxseeds (whole, ground fresh in a coffee grinder),
sunflower seed oil and walnut oil. Use as salad/ vegetable dressings.
· Eat Brazil nuts plentifully (they provide selenium). Consume on a daily basis.
· Drink plenty of purified, filtered water, including green tea.
· Avoid foods in packets, jars or cans, as these generally contain preservatives and additive chemicals.
· Avoid refined carbohydrates, such as bread, white rice, white flour or sugar. Use whole grains instead
· Avoid soda drinks or concentrated fruit juices. No carbonated drinks, except naturally carbonated waters. If you drink fruit
juice, dilute it well with water.
· Avoid hydrogenated or partially hydrogenated oils; use olive or butter to cook and season with.
· Do not use ice in your drinks. From the Eastern perspective, this extreme cold in excessive amounts ingested at meals
can harm the digestive processes