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Low Glycemic Foods and Menu Items

In addition to the food menu items in the online Gourmet Recipe book just published by another group below (see:, concentrate on 6 to 9 smoothies daily comprised of Cell Synergy (see: , and then stock up your refrigerator and cabinets with the following below:



Organic meats as per my instructions as to amount (see Getting Started tab);

Fish, as per my instructions as to amount (see Getting Started tab).

Dairy (raw organic if available):

All allowable dairy products if no allergy is present. Emphasize raw organic dairy products if available;

High quality whey.


All legumes, beans and peas;



All sprouts.

Nuts & Seeds:

Raw & Organic Almonds, Olives (salt & vinegar pickled), Sunflower seeds, Sesame seeds, Hazelnuts, Brazil nuts, Walnuts, Pecans, Cashews, etc... (avoid Peanuts).

Starches & Carbohydrates


The following may be used in small 4 ounce servings providing they are 100% organicand have no sugar of any kind added:

For starches, use any 100% sprouted (flourless) bread, such as Manna or Ezekiel bread (one slice at a time, two maximum daily), especially the Ezekiel wraps (three daily maximum). The best Ezekiel breads should include sprouts of buckwheat and/or millet and if possible;

Spaghetti squash for noodles (unlimited quantities);


Maximum of one of the following - up to 6 ounces total daily either as one or a combined total of 6 ounces for two or more:

Whole Barley;

Whole Buckwheat (high in B-17 nitrilosides, i.e., laetrile);

Whole Millet (high in B-17 nitrilosides, i.e., laetrile);

Whole Rye;

Whole Amaranth;

Whole Oats;

When properly seasoned with added MCT (see below), these grains can make great dishes. Or just use them in home-made soups.


Except for iceberg lettuce, which has virtually nothing in it but water, use liberal amounts of all other forms of lettuce;

All green leafy vegetables;

Yellow summer squash and Zucchini.

Sprouts of all kinds:

Chards, Kale, beet tops, dandelion, arugula, baby lettuce mixtures, etc....


Purple Onions;


Purple cabbage is especially good, as are all the brussel sprout/broccoli/caulifower group.

Mushrooms if no allergy (these actually help to properly stimulate the immune system)

Root vegetables, especially burdock which is immune building, then turnips, rutabaga, and other tubers like parsnips.

Organic canned or frozen Asparagus with no sugar added.

Ad. Lib. - Food grade algae: Avoid Aphanizomenon-flos aquae if you have cancer. Chlorella is exceptable.


The following fruit juices are highly prized during the first 30 days of any program:

Elderberry juice;

Mangosteen juice;

Noni juice;

Wolfberry juice;

Drinking three 6 ounces daily of the above during the first 30 days of any program will not only add in additional health benefits but also serve as a great transition tool to ease into a low sugar content dietary. Thereafter, only drink upon the recommendation of your physician.

One fruit daily of any of the belowThe following may be used either raw, or as a thin jam spread providing they are 100% organic and have no sugar of any kind added (such as Trader Joe's Organic Superfruit Spreads):

Elderberries and Elderberry jam spread. It is very rich in B-17 nitrilosides, i.e., laetrile.

Purple plums;



Apricots (up to 3 daily, but not at a single meal, spread them out over the day);

Oranges (up to 2 daily);

Bananas (1/2 at a time, one whole daily maximum);

Dates (up to three small size dates or one large Majole);


All Raspberries, which are rich in B-17 nitrilosides, i.e., laetrile. Chew these well, seeds and all. Best used in your superblender for making smoothies;

Strawberries (up to 10 large sized pieces daily).

Chocolate Fondieus are allowable when using high quality chocolate, allowable liquid milks and allowable sweeteners.

Oils & Fats

Oils: For Cooking: Cold pressed organic coconut, olive or organic butter (organic ghee is best).

For salads (not for cooking) - Select cold-pressed, organic oils: Almond, Sesame, Olive, Flax seed oil, Hemp oil, and medium chain triglycerides (MCT) from coconut oil. MCT tastes great because it has no flavor of its own, is extremely healthy for folks and can be mixed into any kind of recipe.

Avocados, fresh raw nut butters.


Snack foods:

Raw Almonds 10 to 15;

Raw fresh walnuts ¼ cup;

100% rye organic crackers (1 per snack, up to 3 daily maximum). Excellent with a layer of raw almond butter;

½ raw corn (a full corn husk chopped in half).

Other Liquids:

Coconut milk;

Coconut water;

Almond milk;

Hemp milk (expensive but good tasting for most folks);

Limited amount of organic wine – up to ½ glass per day.


No table salt or sea salt allowed for most (but not all) of the program. Exceptions will be in select cases where patients will tend to get too low on sodium;

"Wright Salt" - R.U.VED. Call: 1-888-893-6878;

Low salt soy sauce (low sodium Tamari);

Fresh herbs of any and all kinds, especially: garlic, oregano, cilantro, turmeric, chives, and cinnamon (makes great cinnamon toast combo for snacks with a thin layer of raw honey). Cinnamon is high in anti-fungal agents and B-17.


The best sweetener is organic black strap (or sorghum) molasses, rich in B-17 nitrilosides, i.e., laetrile;

Limited amounts of raw honey (a thin spread) can be used three times weekly. Raw honey is an excellent anti-fungal agent;



Allowable alcoholic beverages - up to 4 to 6 ounces daily:

Organic Elderberry wine;

And the following organic brandies if the pits or seeds of the fruits was including in the fruit-grinding process:

Apricot brandy;

Cherry brandy;

Peach brandy;

Plum brandy.

Special recipes for smoothies, salad dressings, deserts and more coming in my eBooks.