Diet Jan Howler for cancer

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Products cannot be fried

, they should be prepared on the grill or steamed. Legumes desirable cooking after pre-germination or at least soak them for 8 to 16 h also Recommended sprouted grains.

in the Summer 70-80% of the diet of the patient should be raw foods; you can eat for dinner a small amount of steamed or baked vegetables. In the cold season the amount of boiled and baked products can be increased. At this stage, the diet should be changed gradually to prepare for the new diet.

stage 2 — transition: a very strict regime approaching therapeutic fasting. Golero, starvation at which drink only water, dangerous for cancer patients, and it can be done only under the supervision of an experienced specialist, he himself does not recommend complete fasting. Nutrition during this period should facilitate the release of toxins and cleansing. The main thing in this period is to eat only one kind of simple food for several days (grape, rice or any fruit monodiet). You need to drink as little as possible, and only clean water. Duration — 10 days.

stage 3 — recovery. During this period, ongoing cleansing of the body and begins restoring its normal functioning. The diet should increase strictly individually, watching the reaction of the body. First add fruits, then salad, and then other vegetables, then cereals, bread and other foods from the allowed set. Thus there is a transition to the maintenance diet. At night you can drink 1 tbsp. fruit juice or decoction of herbs.

remember that food is not a cancer treatment and does not replace it! In case of any suspicion of the disease should consult a doctor and strictly follow his recommendations!

Featured products and dishes:

— lean meat, fish, chicken, boiled or steamed;
— fresh and steamed vegetables
— fruit (with the exception of those for which there is idiosyncrasy);
— skim milk and dairy products;
— bread from the flour or grain;
cereals (preferably brown) and pasta (from dark flour);
— vegetable oil for salads;
— herbs, seaweed;
— jam and jam without sugar, honey.

Forbidden foods and dishes:

fatty and fried meat, fish, poultry, canned meat, semi-finished products, sausage products, smoked products;
— eggs
— whole milk, fatty dairy products, cheese;
— margarine and soft butter;
— vegetable and fruit smoothies;
sauces industrial production;
— coffee, cocoa, any beverage industrial production;
— bakery and confectionery, containing nutritional supplements;
sugar;
alcohol.

Diet Jan Howler — exemplary seasonal menus supportive of the diet are as follows:

Summer

in the Morning: 1 Cup water;
1st Breakfast: 1 kind of fruit, such as melon or watermelon, in unlimited quantities.
2-nd Breakfast: fruit, nuts, juice;
Lunch: juice, 2 sandwich with salad (4-6 kinds of vegetables, sprouted grains sprinkled with dried seaweed);
afternoon Snack: juice;
Dinner: juice, salad 4-6 kinds of vegetables and sprouted grains, seaweed, beans;
At night: juice.

Spring and autumn

in the Morning: 1 tbsp. water or lemon juice mixed with water.
1st Breakfast: 1 or more fruits, yogurt (2 tablespoons), 10-12 nuts, 1-2 toast with natural (no sugar) jam, a decoction of herbs (1 St);
2-nd Breakfast: fruit, nuts, juice;
Lunch: juice, 2 sandwich with salad (4-6 kinds of vegetables, sprouted grains sprinkled with dried seaweed);
Afternoon tea: tea made from dandelion roots, biscuit or cake whole wheat.
Dinner: juice, salad 4-6 kinds of vegetables and sprouted grains, roasted vegetables, rice or pasta;
At night: juice.

Winter

in the Morning: 1 tbsp. water or orange juice.
1st Breakfast porridge of any grain (oats, rye, buckwheat, millet, rice, wheat), yogurt (2 tablespoons), 10-20 nuts, raisins (1 tbsp), 1-2 toast with natural jam, a decoction of herbs (1 St);
2-nd Breakfast: fruit, nuts, juice;
Lunch: juice vegetable soup or broth, salad 4-6 types of vegetables with beans, bread;
Afternoon tea: tea made from dandelion roots, biscuit or cake whole wheat.
Dinner: juice, steamed vegetables with rice (50/50), or spaghetti whole wheat with vegetables or soy sauce, or vegetable pie with rice;
At night: juice.