Phase 1

The following is a summary of the suggest a diet not just for the alcoholism protocol but for life in general.  Try to follow these dietary guidelines as closely as possible in order to achieve great health and a normal functioning hypothalamus and neuroendocrine system.  Do your best adjusting to these things and incorporate them into your daily routine.

Try to make sure that the foods you eat are all natural and organic.  Most modern companies that distribute these foods add chemicals and one way or another.  Vegetables and fruits and other farm items most often contain dangerous and toxic chemicals such as synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, fungicides, herbicides, and pesticides.  These are to be avoided since they are very damaging to your body and brain chemistry.

I understand that sometimes you won’t be able to get certain things that are organic.  This is fine.  But just do the best you can and remember that non-organic vegetables are better than manufactured and processed foods anytime.

Here is a summary breakdown of the healthy foods to eat:

Vegetables – This is the biggest category and consists of those vegetables that are green in colorful and non-starchy.  Try to eat at least four servings of these a day, but you can eat as much as you want as many times as you want.  These should be eaten either raw or lightly steamed.  You’re going to find that you will start to feel better in a very short period of time.

Fruit – Try to eat 3 to 5 servings of organic fruit daily.  Try to avoid those fruits that are high in sugar such as grapes, oranges, another sweet fruits.

Nuts and seeds – Eat 1 to 3 servings of organic nuts and seeds daily.  These make a great snack and provide protein for your body.

Beans and legumes – Organic beans are great for your health and provide protein without spiking your blood sugar too much.  Consume 1 to 3 servings of these daily.

Whole grains – These must be whole grains that are not manufactured or processed.  Be careful when purchasing these because companies often label something is being whole grain when product actually contains lots of simple carbs such as refined flour.  You can eat 1 to 3 servings of these daily.

Starchy vegetables – These include vegetables such as corn and potatoes.  You can have 1 to 3 servings of these daily.

Limit all of the following foods.  When you do consume them, ensure that whenever possible, they are organic and natural:

Poultry and meats




White bread


Processed & Manufactured Foods

Sweets of any kind

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