body ecology diet pdf free download

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Never combine a large amount of fat with a protein. Large amounts of fat, especially refined fats, delay the secretion of hydrochloric acid needed to digest the protein.

Use a dressing made with one or more of the oils mentioned above or use an oilfree dressing to make tuna, egg, or chicken salads. See recipes.

Cooking Tips: If you need a small amount of oil in your cooking to keep food from sticking to the pan, we recommend coconut oil, olive oil, butter, or ghee.

You also might try using broth or even water to avoid the sticking. Do not eat hydrogenated fats, such as margarine. The hydrogenation process changes the character of the oils used, making them poisonous. While cheese is not on stage one of The Diet, nuts and seeds are … as long as you can digest them. To make them more digestible, always soak them at least eight hours before eating.

Avocados can be eaten if they work in your unique body, but olives are best avoided, as they often contain mold. Dairy Dairy foods also belong to the category of protein fats.

Most milk products contain milk sugar lactose that feeds yeast, so avoid them on stage one of The Diet. These foods also contain casein, the main protein in dairy products except human breast milk, which has more whey protein than casein. In the beginning, you may have a permeable, leaky gut; and the casein will enter your bloodstream and cause allergic-like symptoms that can be very obvious or very subtle.

Fermented, homemade milk kefir see Chapter 15 has much less lactose, and the casein is pre-digested. Every body is unique, of course, but dairy products may become a nourishing food for you in stage two of The Diet. If so, introduce them slowly, and only after your gut lining has healed and your inner ecosystem is restored. For some, dairy foods should be avoided forever.

If and when you do eat them, combine dairy foods with acidic fruits,9 seeds and nuts, and non-starchy vegetables especially raw, leafy greens.

For example, create a milk kefir salad dressing using lemon juice, avocado, Hawaiian sea salt, and fresh herbs and toss into mixed field greens. You could also sprinkle in some soaked and sprouted pumpkin seeds.

They are mostly starch, with some protein, so you can see why they are difficult to digest and cause gas. When your digestive tract becomes stronger, you may be able to introduce them and combine them safely with non-starchy green vegetables and ocean vegetables. Soybeans should be fermented. Miso, natto, and wheat-free low-sodium tamari are recommended in stage two of The Diet but can even be eaten by many in stage one.

These are good choices of protein for vegans and vegetarians, and they are easy to digest. Tempeh does not feed yeast but causes embarrassing gas for many. Sugar, Honey, Molasses, etc. The Body Ecology Diet is sugar free because sugars feed yeast. For years we have used stevia liquid concentrate to satisfy our natural desire for sweet-tasting foods and beverages. In November , Body Ecology introduced a new non-caloric sweeter called Lakanto to the American market. Never eat sugar if you want to remain healthy and free of yeast.

And if you give your taste buds a chance to adjust to the new sweet taste of stevia and Lakanto, you may never want sugar again anyway. Your Weight Proper food combining automatically results in weight loss. Some people can easily lose up to ten pounds during the first two weeks after they start The Diet. When you practice the rules of proper food combining, you may feel hungrier than usual. So just eat smaller amounts more often! As long as your food is properly combined, you can eat as often as you need to and not worry about gaining weight.

Just allow time for a meal that contains protein to digest about three hours before switching to a meal with grain-like seeds. Water Drink water alone. Ideally, drink at least eight glasses per day, but not with meals, since it dilutes your digestive enzymes. When you get up in the morning, drink two ounce glasses of water almost immediately to hydrate your body.

At other times, drink no closer than 10 to 15 minutes before a meal, and then wait again an hour or longer after you eat. Drink water at room or body temperature—ice-cold water shocks the system too much. Try to have at least half your daily water intake by mid-morning; it really revitalizes your system. This aids digestion, but soups and tea are foods.

And even though they contain water, they are not as hydrating as water and should not be counted as one of your eight glasses of water each day. Additional Resources Many books are available on food combining, and lots of information is available on the Internet. You can also buy a wallet-size card from your local health-food store that lists different food groups and tells you which foods combine well.

Proper food combining is a key part of the Body Ecology Diet, and mastering it will reward you with better health. For a list of acidic fruits, see Acidic Sour Fruits.

To make your own raw cultured butter, see Coconut Oil, Butter, Ghee. A healthy digestive tract can do this. But many people weaken their digestive tracts by overeating, which puts too heavy a workload on the digestive system. So moderation is a key factor in regaining health and maintaining it. It also slows digestion tremendously. Digestion should occur promptly. If it does not, fermentation occurs, and the yeast happily feed off the sugars produced in the fermentation process.

A typical American meal contains mostly acid-forming foods such as a big serving of steak or chicken and not enough alkalineforming foods, such as non-starchy vegetables.

Since candidiasis is an acidic condition, your body needs more alkaline land and ocean vegetables to bring it back into balance. Again, this also causes a lot of wear and tear on your digestive tract. Grains, like wheat and rice, are not on the Body Ecology Diet because fermentation of the natural complex sugars in grain encourages candida overgrowth. So never, never fill up on grains or starchy vegetables. During the night while we are sleeping, our bodies become more acidic, dehydrated, and more contracted.

When we awaken, our first meal of the day should consist of alkaline-forming, high-water-content, expansive foods and drinks.

Very sour fruits and their juices from unsweetened cranberries, pomegranates, and black currents are ideal because they do not feed the yeast. With more nutrients than One A Day vitamin supplements, these now quite popular green drinks are a blend of energizing, powerful whole foods and herbs.

They both contain fermented ingredients to help create a healthy inner ecosystem. Chapter 11 The Principle of Step by Step The step-by-step concept intersects with all the other principles, rules, and tips of the Body Ecology Diet; it is one of the most important healing concepts to embrace. Yet it is often overlooked due to its simplicity. It answers the question: how long will it take to heal?

In fact, the step-by-step principle is about time—taking the time to heal. Nature acts in a step-by-step, orderly manner, and we cannot violate this order. The life process of birth, maturation, aging, and death illustrates this. A tree must start from a seedling and grow.

The seasons of the year have an order that cannot be changed—we cannot go from winter directly to summer without having spring.

In spiritual traditions, this is the principle of dawning—dawn occurs little by little in the transition from night to day, and so it goes for all things in nature. Unfortunately, we often spurn the step-by-step principle, and our health suffers as a result.

Drugs stop the cleansing process, which the body uses to get rid of illness; drugs drive disease deeper into the body, allowing the potential for an even more serious illness later. But if we permit nature to take its course, cleansing and healing will take place, step by step. We got into trouble when we replaced many home-cooked meals with fast food.

Many of us now no longer take the time to learn what cuisine is best for us, to plan menus, shop, and prepare meals. Fast food skips over these steps, resulting in a diet that satisfies our taste and hunger needs, but not our nutritional needs.

The good news is that healing also takes place in a step-by-step sequence, and all you have to do is start. How to Heal, Step by Step You cannot expect instant healing—this too would violate the step-by-step principle. You can choose how quickly you go through the steps of healing. For example, when you first start the Body Ecology Diet, you may have very uncomfortable symptoms of yeast die-off, since you are no longer feeding the yeast.

Even when you take these actions, you will be following the principle of step by step. And in your inner world the colonies of friendly bacteria will be increasing in a step-by-step manner.

Success with The Diet comes step by step. Develop your willpower, step by step. Advance with The Diet according to your personal pace, the pace that supports you the best. When you have a setback—an old symptom or reaction—take only the next step that allows you to get back on track. The beauty of The Diet is that if you do stay with it, you will have success, you will heal. Beginning The Diet is similar to climbing a mountain. But as you progress up the mountain, the top reveals itself more and more.

As you start The Diet, some things may not be clear, but as you become stronger each day, step by step, your understanding and clarity increase. By holding this vision, and using The Diet as your guide, you can achieve your goal. If you persist step by step, you will have success. Just remember how beautiful the world looks from the top of a mountain.

You will be pleasantly surprised by the variety of foods you can eat on The Diet. Some of them may be new to you, so you will have the joy of discovering new tastes and textures. Some like the ocean vegetables are different enough that it may take some time to acquire a taste for them.

But it will be worth it. Many of the foods have healing qualities, so you will especially want to concentrate on them. And by staying on The Diet, you will feel so much better in such a short time that you will soon be eagerly trying new recipes using its foods.

Because of individual sensitivities, you may find that one or two of the foods on the B. There are plenty of other foods that you can enjoy. This is especially important during periods of cleansing. If you are naturally slim, you may even go below your average weight. In time, when your body starts rebuilding, you will regain to your ideal weight, the weight at which your body functions best. They do not feed fungus. These foods are acid-forming and cause contraction.

Combining them with raw cultured vegetables is a must. Animal proteins create toxic by-products in the intestines. The microflora in the cultured vegetables turn these toxins back into useful amino acids. They also protect against parasites. If you are willing to eat your animal protein rare or even raw e.

If raw, freeze for at least 48 hours to destroy parasites, then defrost. Buy animal-protein foods that are free from antibiotics and hormones. At first you need to eat more animal foods than you might like or be accustomed to.

A diet too high in animal protein is not healthy, but when you make your initial assault on the yeast, the strengthening quality of animal protein will help balance the expansive nature of Candida Related Complex.

Your blood type offers a clue to how much protein you need. Remember, fish is the preferred animal-protein food on the B. Salmon and sardines are especially healthy because of their high content of omega-3 oils, which keep the circulatory system healthy. A well-functioning circulatory system is essential to improving your immunity; the circulatory system carries vital nutrients to all parts of the body and removes waste products. Eggs Eggs help strengthen the thyroid, which is often weak in people with candidiasis.

Since they are such a concentrated, contracting food, many of us find it best to eat them midday, when the body has plenty of time and energy to digest them. When we wake up in the morning, our bodies are dehydrated and acidic. We need to hydrate and alkalize and create energy to start our day. Eggs can be too heavy and contracting. Still, their strongly contracting nature is grounding and energizing so they can be useful for those with very active mornings.

If you are physically active, they may be the perfect breakfast for you. They wake up the brain and help you focus better. Eggs can be eaten for dinner but are really too contracting and energizing for your last meal of the day. They also take longer to digest than a meal with a grain-like seed, such as quinoa, and your stomach may still be trying to digest them at bedtime. Most people sleep better on an empty stomach, so try to eat your last meal several hours before going to sleep. Then eat only the yolk.

The cooked egg white has less nutritional value. Contrary to popular belief, it is the egg yolk that is most healthy. Softly scrambling one whole egg plus two yolks in butter or ghee is another excellent preparation method.

Eggs are sorely misunderstood these days. Yes, they do have cholesterol, but this is an important fat. Eggs actively raise the level of HDL, which is the good cholesterol, and they have the most perfect protein components of any food. Today, even though we Americans have cut our egg consumption in half, there has not been a decline in heart disease.

If you have been an egg lover and have given them up, you can now enjoy them. Remember to combine them with lots of alkaline vegetables to balance their acidic nature. Raw cultured vegetables an excellent expansive food make an ideal balance with the contracting power of eggs.

These enzyme-rich vegetables greatly enhance digestion of protein. It is also very wise to use a digestive enzyme with HCl and pepsin, which begins digestion in your stomach, and then an enzyme with pancreatin to complete digestion in your small intestine.

Many people who test allergic to eggs on allergy tests are simply not digesting them properly. Undigested proteins become a toxin in your digestive tract. Menu Tip: Try a land- or ocean-vegetable omelette. Or serve your eggs poached or over easy on a bed of steamed greens. They greatly assist in the digestion of all foods, including proteins.

Pancreatic enzymes complete this digestion in the small intestine. Digestive enzymes are a must! Sprinkle it on your protein foods or cook with it. Just eat the high-protein grain-like seeds quinoa, millet, buckwheat, and amaranth , along with lots of vegetables, including cultured vegetables and sea vegetables. Practice all seven principles of the B. You must be especially careful to eat well, not skip meals, and eat a wide variety of foods.

Use Celtic sea salt to help make your meals a little more contracting initially, and pay special attention to the popular green drink formulas with their high-protein microalgae chlorella, spirulina, dulse, and cereal grasses. Both provide concentrated sources of plant proteins.

If you are a lactoovo vegetarian, you can eat eggs. Other Protein Foods Protein Fats Nuts and seeds can be an excellent source of vegetarian protein, but for many people, they can be too difficult to digest. Because they are a very concentrated food, eat them in small quantities. Nuts and seeds are acidic, with the exception of almonds, which are alkaline. Soaking removes an enzyme inhibitor that makes them difficult to digest. Pureeing nuts and seeds after soaking and sprouting makes them much easier to digest.

To soak: Cover nuts or seeds with purified water in a glass or stainless-steel container overnight or for 12 hours. Drain and refrigerate. To sprout: First soak in a sprouting jar 8—12 hours, then drain. Then turn sprouting jar upside down in your dish drainer for 8 more hours, turning occasionally. The nuts or seeds can then be refrigerated in an airtight container, or use a dehydrator. Sprouting more than one day produces a bitter taste.

Popular seeds eaten on The Diet are flax, chia, sunflower, and pumpkin. Flax and chia seeds have a special mucilage-like compound that helps improve elimination. Each night pour hot water over a tablespoon of the seed of choice and let sit overnight.

In the morning, drink everything you see in the cup. Since nuts and seeds are protein fats, they can be eaten with acid fruits, other protein fats like avocado and milk kefir , and non-starchy, alkaline land and ocean vegetables. Grain-like Seeds The Diet allows four grain-like seeds that are gluten free and do not feed the yeast. You can enjoy millet, quinoa, amaranth, and buckwheat on The Diet. They may not be familiar to you, but they are readily available in health-food stores and some supermarkets.

The first three are alkaline-forming. Buckwheat is acid-forming, so cook it with a little bit of good-quality sea salt which is alkaline and lots of fresh herbs and vegetables to balance its acidity. All the B. Eating a grain-like entree for your last meal of the day is ideal, because they digest more quickly than animal foods and you will sleep better at night. Never overconsume these foods; overeating slows down digestion.

If they stay in your stomach too long, all grains and grain-like seeds begin fermenting, and this encourages yeast overgrowth. Buy baked no-oil blue cornmeal chips. Try dipping blue corn chips into a bowl of your favorite cultured vegetables—like you would chips and salsa. They also make a nice crunchy accompaniment to an all-vegetable soup or to vegetable salads. You will notice they usually incorporate land and sea vegetables, making the dishes more nutritious and even easier to digest.

Health-food stores also sell flours made from these grains, which allow you even more options as a creative cook. However, the whole seed is much more desirable than the flour.

Flour products are mucus-forming and are harder to digest. Antifungal herbs, such as turmeric and some curries, make the grain-like seeds even more delicious and more healing. When Mary J. But by adding cultured foods to her diet, she gradually restored her inner ecosystem and added the four grains, rotating them into her meals one at a time. Eat mostly land and ocean vegetables, some animal-protein foods, and lots of raw cultured vegetables more on these below. Focus on cleansing your colon and on introducing plant-based digestive enzymes that are high in amylase.

Then slowly introduce the grains, one at a time, to find your tolerance. Eat them in smaller quantities, properly combined with vegetables, and you will do just fine. An Absolute Must: Soaking It is always recommended that you soak all grains and grain-like seeds in water for 8 to 24 hours.

When the digestive tract is weak and lacking an inner ecosystem, it will not be able to break down the phytic acid found in all grains, beans, nuts, and seeds. Soaking removes this enzyme inhibitor. Do make every effort to eat grain-like-seed meal each day. They add important fiber, help stop cravings for carbs like breads and pastries, and provide valuable nutrients to the microflora struggling to create a new civilization inside your body.

Vegetables Vegetables are the most perfect foods nature has given us; they are also the most abundant foods on Earth. They are rich in the vitamins and minerals needed to heal the body, and their colors, textures, and shapes add excitement to any meal.

The non-starchy vegetables see non-starchy vegetables form excellent combinations with just about every other food. They provide perfect balance to your protein or grain-like-seed meals. They are alkalizing, filling, and give you a sense of well-being and health.

You can eat non-starchy vegetables with organic, unrefined oil; butter; ghee; animal protein; eggs; grains; starchy vegetables like acorn squash and potatoes ; lemons; limes; and protein fats, including almonds and sunflower, caraway, flax, or pumpkin seeds. Leafy green vegetables, which grow above ground turnip greens, kale, collards, beet greens , are rich in chlorophyll and help cleanse the blood.

They also provide excellent sources of calcium and iron and should be included in every meal. Root vegetables, which grow underground carrots, onions, daikon, turnips , are more contracting in nature and provide strength and winter warmth.

The starchy vegetables, such as red skin new potatoes, water chestnuts, winter squash, artichokes, Jerusalem artichokes, and English peas, can be eaten as entrees and combined only with the four B.

Red skin potatoes are the only potatoes recommended on The Diet at first; feel free to eat the skins. Sweet corn is only mildly starchy when cooked; if eaten raw, it is a non-starchy vegetable. Fresh or frozen black-eyed peas and lima beans can be eaten if you are able to digest them. They are best digested when combined with non-starchy veggies. Menu Tip: A delicious light meal could be baked red skin potatoes topped with ghee, lecithin granules, and herbs, plus a green salad. Potatoes also can be topped with the Body Ecology Diet Gravy see recipe or best of all … raw cultured vegetables.

Ocean Vegetables Ocean or sea vegetables greatly enhance the functioning of the immune system. They are rich in minerals and strengthen the thyroid. Dulse is a chewy snack for many people in the Canadian maritime provinces, where it has been harvested for centuries.

Arame is good either cooked or raw. You can add soaked then chopped arame, dulse, or wakame to your salads. Agar is a mild-tasting gelatin used to thicken aspics or puddings; it also helps eliminate constipation.

Be sure to cook ocean vegetables with plenty of sweet vegetables, such as onions and carrots, to get a good balance between the sweet and salty tastes. Besides the recipes we give you, macrobiotic cookbooks have recipes using sea vegetables. Simply adjust them by eliminating the miso and tamari, and replace these ingredients with a little good-quality Celtic sea salt—not too much, since ocean vegetables are naturally salty.

When cooked, tomatoes become acidforming. They are not recommended for those with blood types A and B. Others can eat them in moderation. Green bell peppers are red peppers picked at an early stage. They are very difficult to digest and should not be eaten. Our recipes use only small amounts of red peppers also nightshades for flavor and color. Raw vs. Cooked Vegetables Raw vegetables are an essential source of enzymes, which aid digestion; however, anyone with a weakened digestive tract will find them difficult to digest.

Note: raw cultured vegetables are an exception. So as you begin The Diet, lightly steamed vegetables may be best for you. Raw cultured vegetables and raw apple cider vinegar see below provide important plant enzymes and greatly enhance digestion. Once you have added fermented foods and beverages to your diet and have restored your inner ecosystem, all foods, both cooked and raw, will be easier to digest.

And both apple cider vinegar and cultured vegetables encourage the growth of friendly bacteria. A Helpful Hint: Full-spectrum plant enzymes with protease, amylase, cellulase, and lipase are an excellent digestive aid when eating a vegan all plantbased meal.

It is wise to also take a pancreatic enzyme with every meal to ensure digestion of proteins, carbohydrates, and fats in your small intestine. Enzymes with hydrochloric acid and pepsin ensure digestion of animal-protein meals including eggs and dairy and also nuts and seeds in your stomach.

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Refer to The Body Ecology book and the Body Ecology website for more detailed information and charts. There are amazing probiotic-promoting and immune-boosting health products and supplements on the Body Ecology website. There are a lot of amazing free ebooks and downloads on the Body Ecology website. The Body Ecology Diet. What is The Body Ecology Diet? My body ecology story What is Candidiasis? My body ecology story After suffering from candida, poor digestion, and fatigue my entire life I was diagnosed with Epstein-Barr virus when I was a teenager.

What is Candidiasis? Symptoms of Candidiasis include: headaches food, chemical and environmental allergies digestive disorders skin issues persistent cold and flu cancer Candidiasis can proliferate in the: intestines mouth nose blood vagina Candidiasis compromises the assimilation and absorption of nutrients which leads to disease.

Principle 1: Chinese Yin contraction and Yang expansion This ancient universal law or is complex. But the brief lowdown is: There are foods that cause our bodies to expand, open up and relax such as: sugar, alcohol, milk, cheese and coffee.

Alkaline foods recommended on The Body Ecology Diet include: sea vegetables most land vegetables see list below herbs raw seeds except sesame soaked and sprouted almonds cultured vegetables raw kefir raw apple cider vinegar filtered water The only fruits that are allowed on stage one of the diet are: lemons limes cranberries blackcurrants These are the only fruits that are low enough in sugar that they do not feed yeast.

Acid forming foods that are allowed include: fish eggs beef poultry buckwheat organic unrefined oils Highly acidic foods are excluded on the diet: processed foods sugars of any kind except stevia and monk fruit flour beans nuts except raw almonds vinegars alcohol. Listening and learning from your body is critical. Principle 4: Welcome and Support the Natural Cleansing Activity of Your Body Cleansing and removing toxins is important in order to regenerate and heal.

Natural cleansing reactions include: headaches muscle aches and pains fatigue cold and flu flu skin rashes diarrhea erratic mood swings These symptoms look and feel like the symptoms that brought you to T he Body Ecology Diet in the first place! Star foods that aid the healing process are: raw coconut water kefir raw cultured vegetables sauerkraut no made with vinegar sea vegetables lemons and limes apple cider vinegar raw sprouted almonds It is also important to cleanse your colon to aid the detoxification process.

Move towards optimum health step by step. Land Vegetables All land vegetables except for Potatoes red-skinned potatoes are allowed yams sweet potatoes parsnips green peppers beetroot mung bean sprouts Mushrooms cooked shiitakes are allowed.

Sea Vegetables agar arame dulse hijiki kelp kombu nori wakame. Fermented Foods cultured vegetables coconut kefir kefir cheese cultured coconut pudding raw miso raw natto with no MSG. Body Ecology Products There are amazing probiotic-promoting and immune-boosting health products and supplements on the Body Ecology website.

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