Diet Download 1 of 2 How to: Eat to Live, and not Live to Eat!
Cut way back or eliminate all grains. And if you eat grains, opt for hypoallergenic grains (millet, quinoa and amaranth) that have been soaked, sprouted, or well cooked. Eliminate all high omega-6 store bought oils from your diet. For low temperature cooking, use olive oil and coconut oil. For high temperature cooking, use avocado oil, grape seed oil, or rice bran oil.
Supplement with omega-3 fatty acids. Max on the flax. Eliminate all added sugars. When eating fruit (preferably in morning and by evening), lean more towards berries than tree fruit; they're higher in antioxidants. But there's no need to be afraid of eating tree fruit, which tends to be higher in soluble fiber. Prunes score the highest in antioxidants of all food! Cut back or eliminate beans, and if you eat them, make sure you soak them before cooking, and then cook them well before eating. Nuts are fine if you're not allergic. Use whole fresh nuts that have been soaked/sprouted.
Do not use pasteurized or "roasted" nuts -- especially those roasted in oil. Cut way back on white potatoes, but yams and sweet potatoes are okay in moderation. Eliminate all commercial dairy from your diet. And if you do opt for some dairy, choose raw dairy despite what the government says -- or at the very least opt for organic, grass-fed dairy.If you eat meat, use only organic, grass-fed and grass-finished meat. And keep consumption to less than 4 oz a day. And don't overcook it. (And here you're faced with another conundrum if you eat commercial meat. If you undercook it, you face the risk of bacterial infection (see above). If you overcook it, you face the risk of cancer (see above). If you want to eat medium rare meat, you're going to have to buy organic, grass-fed meat from a supplier you trust.)