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the Hay Diet

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Abby Hesketh

on 10 December 2012

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The Hay Diet The rules:
Never mix List A and C
Mix anything from List A with List B
Mix anything from List C with List B
Mix vegetables or salads with pulses (beans etc) By: Abby Hesketh, Brittney Michael & Caitlynn Henry the rules that make up the hay diet are not only important for accelerating natural weight loss but the diet can also help turn around some degenerative health conditions like indigestion, constipation, asthma, arthritis, and allergies. Some people refer to the Hay diet as food combining. there are 5 rules that must be adhered to in order for the diet plan to successful: Rules and Principles of
the Hay Diet. Dr. William Howard Hay developed the Hay Diet early in the 20Th century. He created the diet to treat his own health conditions and to lose the 50 pounds he felt he needed to lose. The modern version of his diet plan is essentially the same as it was nearly 90 years ago 1. Carbohydrates cannot be eaten in the same meal with proteins and acid-based fruits.

2. Salads, fruits, and vegetables should be the main part of the diet.

3. Proteins, starches, and fats should be eaten in small amounts.

4. Only unprocessed starches and whole grains should be part of the diet. Never eat refined or processed food like
white sugar, white flour, and margarine.

5. There should be four to four and a half hours between meals that are made up of different types of foods. Protein: – This includes things like, meat, fish, poultry, eggs, dairy, nuts and seeds, and dry beans. These may be combined with vegetables with low or no starch but should not be combined with other proteins, carbohydrates, and starches. Low or no starch vegetables: Things like asparagus, green beans, broccoli, cabbage, onions, and carrots can be eaten with proteins but not with fruit. Carbohydrates and starches – This means foods like pasta, breads, grains, and potatoes. They can be eaten with low or no starch vegetables and with fats, but not with fruits and proteins. Fats: – Avocado, butter, olives cream, and most oils can be combined with low or no starch vegetables, carbohydrates and starches, but not with protein and fruit. Foods to Avoid
Meat (or chicken) and potatoes

Spaghetti and meatballs (or chicken)

Sandwiches with cold cuts

Bread with meals

Beer with food aProteins bNeutral Foods cStarches
Lean meats Most vegetables Biscuits
Lean poultry All salads Bread
Cheese Seeds Cakes
Eggs Nuts Crackers
Fish Herbs Oats
Beans Cream Pasta
Butter Potatoes
Olive oil Rice
Breakfast is considered the most essential meal under the Hay Diet. This should be followed by two other meals throughout the day, with one meal consisting of alkaline foods only.

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