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Keep It Clean

The Rules!
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Jessica Will

on 28 January 2013

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Grains Clean: Vegetables & Fruit Consume more vegetables than fruit
15 grams of fructose per day
Look at PLU codes:
Conventionally grown PLU: 1022
Organically grown PLU: 91022
Genetically modified PLU: 81022 Protein Organic eggs
Organic meat/grass fed
Pea protein
Sprouted rice protein
Whey protein
Non-GM & fermented soy
Bison
Fresh cold water fish
Poultry
Spirulina
Venison
Wild game Dairy Clean: Fat Clean: Bringing Awareness to "Your Plate!" Keep It Clean Clean: Not clean: Luncheon/processed meat
Farmed fish
Non-organic meat
Soy products* Soy protein isolate
Soy lecithin
Soybean oil
Hydrolyzed soy protein
Hydrolyzed vegetable protein
Soy flour
Textured vegetable protein (TVP) Not clean: Not clean: Not clean: Clean: Not Clean: Organic
Fresh/Frozen
Locally grown Avoid Non-organic
Canned goods
Juice
Vitamin drinks Almond, cashew, peanut butter
Animal fats
Avocados
Butter (organic)
Coconut oil (unrefined)
Cod liver oil
Extra virgin olive oil (cold pressed)
Fish oil
Ghee
Krill oil
Omega-3
Flax seeds
Chia seeds Butter spreads
Margarine
Omega-6 (too much)
Partially Hydrogenated oils
Trans-fat Almond flour
Amaranth
Buckwheat
Kamut
Millet
Oatmeal
Spelt
Sprouted grains
Steel cut oats
Rice (brown, jasmine, wild, red, basamati)
Rice-based bread/pasta
Stone-ground organic whole wheat
Quinoa Bread & bagels
Cereals
Chips
Crackers
Pasta
Refined grains
White flour
Corn products*
Wheat products* Sugar Clean: Not clean: Raw honey
Maple syrup
Stevia Alcohol
Aspartame
Artificial sweeteners: 'OSE'
Agave syrup
Soda/non-diet soda
Corn syrup
Equal
Nutrasweet
Fructose
Maltodextrin
Dextrose
Splenda (Sucralose)
Juice
Lactose Low-fat/fat-free dairy
Pasteurized dairy
Ice cream
Frozen yogurt
Sweetened yogurt Jessica Will, D.C., GAPS 2012 1992 2005 www.ewg.org Grains "Refined carbohydrates, including refined grain products, are the single most harmful influence in the American diet today." New Balance Foundation Obesity Prevention Center Overconsuming flour can lead to: Blood-Sugar Blues
Food Cravings
Caloric Overload
Metabolic Syndrome
Inflammation
GI Disorders
Food Allergies/Intolerance
Acid-Alkaline Imbalance How to upgrade your grain options: Choose whole-kernal grains.
Try sprouted grains.
Replace part of the flour with nut or seed meals when baking.
Stick with truly whole-grain flours: barley, buckwheat, oats.
Don't overdose on gluten-free foods.
Try going flour-free. Experience Life/July/August 2012 2 slices of bread made with whole-wheat flour raise blood sugar higher than 6 tsps of table sugar. Dairy Makes dairy indigestible
Diminishes its biological value
Destroys enzymes
Diminishes vitamins (B12, B6)
Denatures fragile milk proteins
Kills beneficial bacteria:
Lactobacillus
Acidophilus
Promotes pathogens Pasteurizing Milk: Itchy, red rash or hives
Eczema
Nausea
Diarrhea
Bloating
Sneezing
Runny nose
Wheezing
Dull, heavy headache
Fatigue Acne
Black under-eye circles
Vomiting
Watery, itchy eyes
Constipation
Stomach cramping
Gas
Nasal congestion
Under-eye puffiness Do you experience any of the following symptoms more than once a week? www.WestonAPrice.org
www.realmilk.com *Consume organic, hormone-free, antibiotic-free, nonhomogenized, steroid-free, full-fat and grass-fed dairy. Food Matters "You are what you eat!" 1. If it's made by man, throw it in the can.
2. Judge your meal based on how you'll feel after you eat it, not before.
3. Organic is imperative.
4. Focus on what you can eat rather than what you can't eat. Keep It Clean! Keep It Clean Guidelines: Vegetables & Fruit Must-buy Organic OK Non-Organic Apples
Cherries
Grapes
Raisins
Nectarines
Peaches
Pears
Apricots
Raspberries
Strawberries
ALL fruit juice
ALL dried fruit
Lemons
Limes
Bell peppers
Celery
Potatoes
Spinach Bananas
Oranges
Kiwis
Mangoes
Papaya
Pineapples
Asparagus
Avocados
Broccoli
Cauliflower
Corn
Onions
Peas (garden, snap, snow) Always wash all vegetables and fruits before consuming! Bringing Awareness to
"My Plate!" www.wheatbellyblog.com
www.celiacdiseasecenter.columbia.edu Avoid all White flour
Wheat flour
Enriched flour
Bleached flour Protein *One of the first tasks in adopting a lifestyle of clean eating is to define WHY you want to do it and WHAT it means to you. http://www.wisconsingrassfed.coop/ http://www.eatwild.com/products/wisconsin.html http://www.realmilk.com/ Tips: Tip: Tip: www.WestonAPrice.org Tip: www.localharvest.org Email: drwill@synergychiropractor.com
Phone: 920-757-6440
Facebook: Synergy Chiropractic and Wellness Center
Greenville, WI
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