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Alkaline Diet Simplified!
 Learn quickly and easily how to do an acid/alkaline balanced (ph balanced) diet   through this step-by-step guide to alkalizing.

Basic Cayce Diet

Edgar Cayce strongly emphasised the role of diet and nutrition in achieving and maintaining health.  As a rule, his recommendations in this area are consistent with current health trends, which focus on fresh fruits and vegetables and  decreased meat intake.  However, his perspective contains much information on less well-known concepts, such as food combining, acid/alkaline balance, and the therapeutic use of food.

For example, Edgar Cayce often recommended specific diets for persons with particular problems.  Individuals requiring nervous system regeneration were typically advised to follow a "nerve and body building" or "nerve and blood building" diet. Such a diet is essentially the basic diet recommended by Cayce for everyone.  The diet is more alkaline than acid.  There is a heavy emphasis on fresh vegetables that grow above the ground.  Meat in small quantities is allowed with a preference for fish, fowl or lamb.  In certain cases, organ meat (brains, kidneys, liver, etc.) were recommended in small quantities.

This type of diet will tend to improve and maintain eliminations due to the high raw vegetable content.  In neurological and psychiatric disorders, Cayce emphasised the importance of the B vitamins contained in certain vegetables.  Cayce generally preferred that vitamins be assimilated from food rather than supplements.  However, he did prescribe supplements in some cases.

The following summary describes the Basic Cayce Diet recommended for healing and health maintenance for most people.  These diet concepts provide a framework for meal planning. 

ACID-ALKALINE BALANCE

Edgar Cayce frequently emphasised the importance of maintaining a proper acid-alkaline balance by eating mostly alkaline forming foods.  A comprehensive list of foods is included in this section. 

Fresh fruits and vegetables form the mainstay of the Cayce diet.   They supply an abundance of vitamins and minerals, and produce an alkaline reaction in the body, whereas meats, grains, foods high in starch, protein and refined sugar, are acid-producing.   The readings emphasised the importance of keeping 80% of the diet alkalising to ensure an optimal state of health, and to boost the body's immunity to colds and infections.

Some Cayce recommendations are:

  • Have at least one meal each day consisting of all fresh and raw vegetables, including the green leafy variety.
  • When cooking vegetables, avoid nutrient loss by either steaming them or cooking them in Patapar paper, a vegetable parchment.
  • Select locally grown fruits and vegetables in their season whenever possible.

The following summary will give you a quick overview of acid and alkaline-forming foods.

Alkaline-Forming Foods (80% of the daily diet should contain these foods):

  • All vegetables except dried beans, lentils, asparagus tips, and Garbanzos.
  • All fresh fruits except cranberries, plums, olives, prunes, and blueberries (preserves and canned fruits are usually acid-forming).
  • Almonds, chestnuts, Brazil nuts, and hazelnuts.

Acid-Forming Foods (20 % of the daily diet should contain these foods):

  • All meats except beef juice and bone meal.
  • All grains, cereals, and bakery products except for soybeans.
  • All dairy except buttermilk, yogurt, raw milk and whey.
  • Peanuts, pecans, and walnuts.

FOOD COMBINATIONS TO AVOID

Certain food combinations are difficult to digest and may cause problems in the digestive system.  Here is a brief list of food combinations to avoid:

  • Two or more starchy foods at the same meal.
  • Sugary foods and starchy foods.
  • Milk and citrus fruit or juice.
  • Cereals and citrus fruit or juice.
  • Large quantities of starchy foods with meat or cheese.
  • Coffee with milk or cream.
  • Raw apples with other foods.

 

A TYPICAL DAY'S MENU

Using the laminated Basic Diet sheet as a guide, develop a variety of daily menus which suit your taste and conform to the dietary principles in this section.  Here is a simple outline for a typical day's menu:

  • Breakfast
        Either citrus fruit, or cooked or dry cereal.
  • Lunch
        Raw vegetable salad with dressing or fruit salad.
  • Dinner
        Steamed vegetables served with fish, poultry or lamb.  

FOOD PREPARATION

Proper food preparation is important to preserve nutrients and avoid toxicity.  Here are some suggestions:

  • Steam vegetables in their own juices (i.e., Patapar paper).
  • Never fry foods.
  • Use fresh, locally grown vegetables and fruits whenever possible.
  • Avoid aluminium cookware.

ATTITUDES AND EMOTIONS

Edgar Cayce stated that even the most nutritious foods can turn to poison in the system if eaten while a person is in a negative frame of mind.  Never eat when angry, worried or extremely tired

Grains, Legumes and Nuts

Cayce frequently suggested that whole grains be incorporated into the diet, either in the form of whole-wheat bread or as a cooked cereal at breakfast.  Whole grains are high in fibre and provide an excellent source of many essential and trace minerals as well as the B-complex vitamins.

The readings emphasised that cereals should never be combined at the same meal with citrus fruits or their juices.  The exception was whole-wheat bread, which was considered to be compatible with citrus juice.

Cayce recommended legumes for their high nutritional value, and also emphasised that each pod vegetable should always be balanced with at least one leafy  vegetable.

Nuts, especially raw almonds, were frequently prescribed for their strengthening qualities.   The readings even suggested the eating a few almonds daily would provide anticarcinogenic protection.   Almonds are high in fibre and contain several important minerals, amino compounds, and vitamins, notably B and E.

Seasonings and Sweeteners

The readings suggest seasonings be used sparingly, mainly in the form of sea salt or kelp and cayenne rather than black pepper.   These should be added after cooking.

Raw, unpasteurised honey was often the sweetener of choice in the readings.

It must be noted that because a food is acid it is no indication that it REMAINS acid in the body.  It can turn alkaline.  Honey and raw sugars produce alkaline ash, but because of a high concentrate of sugar become acid-formers. 

Quick reference table of weekly food intake:

1

80% of your daily food intake should consist of foods from this category of alkaline foods - four out of five average helpings.
 

Fresh Fruits: of all kinds

 

Below-the-ground vegetables (1 below to 3 above)

 

Above-ground vegetables:  Include a variety of yellow and green vegetables.

 

Beverages  8 glasses of water daily,  herb teas, fresh juices

2

20% of your daily food intake should consist of foods from this category
 

Dairy Products: Dry milk, buttermilk, skim milk, yoghurt, raw milk, butter

 

Breads:  Whole grain, pumpernickel, black, rye, rye crackers.

 

Cereal: Whole-grain, cooked or dry wheat germ, shredded wheat, all bran

 

Meats: Fish, fowl, lamb, game (2-3x/week)

 

Nuts: almonds, filberts, cashers

 

Nut Butters

 

Olive and Peanut oils in small amounts

 

Soups

 

Foods prepared with gelatine

3

Have these foods no more than three times a week
 

Desserts: Ice cream, custards, cooked fruits, puddings in moderation

 

Eggs mainly the yolks

 

Cheeses: Soft varieties, cottage, ricotta,cream, etc.

 

Stored or transported produce

 

Whole grain rice

 

Sweeteners (sparingly): beet sugar, maple sugar - all preferred to cane sugar

 

Starchy Foods

 

White potatoes - skin and outer portion only

 

Red wine and Dark breads -  in small amounts

 

Honey with the comb

4

Avoid these foods
 

Processed foods - TV dinners etc

 

Pork - except the occasional crisp bacon

 

Combining proteins, starches, sugar at the same meal

 

Alcohol especially beer

 

Spices,  condiments - sparingly only

 

Candy, cakes & pastries

 

Pickled foods, white vinegar

 

Any fried foods

 

Beef - except as beef juice

 

Sugar coated cereals

 

Benzoate of soda - as a preservative

 

Carbonated beverages

 

Refined products - white flour, bread, pastas, white sugar.

Some more food examples as follows:

ALKALINE FRUITS
Apples, Apricots, Avocados, Bananas, Berries,Cantaloupe,Carob (pod only), Cherries, Citron, Currants, Dates, Figs, Grapes, *Grapefruit, Guavas, *Kumquats, *Lemons, *Limes, Loquats, Mangos, Nectarines, Olives, *Oranges, Papaya's, Passion Fruit, Peaches, Pears, Persimmons, Pineapple, Pomegranates, Melons, Raisins, Sapotes, Tamarind, *Tangerines, Tomatoes (vine ripened),

ACID FRUITS
All preserves, All canned with sugar, Cranberries, Dried-sulphured, glazed, Olives (Pickled), Plums, Prunes, Blueberries

ALKALINE VEGETABLES
Alfalfa sprouts, Artichokes, Asparagus, Bamboo shoots, Beans (green, lima, wax, string), Beets, Broccoli, Cabbages, Carrots, Celery, Cauliflower, Chard, Chicory,Cucumber, Dill, Dock, Dulse, Eggplant, Endive, Escarole, Garlic, Horseradish, Jerusalem artichokes, Kale, Leeks, Lettuce, Mushrooms, Okra, Onions, Oyster plant, Parsley, Parsnips, Peas, Peppers (bell), Potatoes (skin is best part), Pumpkin , Radish,Romaine lettuce, Rutabagas, Sauerkraut, Soybeans, Spinach, Sprouts, Squash, Turnips, Watercress, Yams, sweet potatoes

ACID VEGETABLES
Asparagus tips (white only), Beans (dried), Garbanzos, Lentils

ALKALINE DAIRY
Acidophilus, milk, buttermilk, yogurt, Milk (raw only -- human, cow, or goat), Whey

ACID DAIRY
Butter, Cheese (all), Cottage cheese, Cream, Custards, Margarine, Milk (boiled, cooked,malted, dried, canned)

ALKALINE GRAINS
Amaranth, Quinoa, Buckwheat, Millet are thought to be either neutral or alkaline.

ACID GRAINS
All grains and grain products except buckwheat, millet

ALKALINE, MISC.
Agar, Coffee substitute, Honey, Kelp (edible), Tea (herbal Chinese), Egg yolks

ACID MISC.
Alcoholic drinks, Cocoa, Coffee, Indian teas, Condiments (all), Dressings, Drugs, Eggs (whites), Flavourings, Mayonnaise, Tapioca, Tobacco, Vinegar

ALKALINE NUTS
Almonds, Chestnuts (roasted), Coconut (fresh)

ACID NUTS
All except above, Coconut (dried)

ALKALINE FLESH FOOD
Beef Juice, Blood bone (only bonemeal is alkaline)

ACID FLESH FOOD
All meats, Fowl, fish, shellfish, Gelatine


Links below are some quotes from the Cayce readings:

  • Avoid alcoholic beverages-except for small quantities of brown bread and red wine, said to be a "blood builder"
  • Avoid drinking coffee to which milk or cream has been added
  • Avoid ingesting anything containing white sugar: use beet sugar or raw honey
  • Avoid foods containing benzoate of soda, calcium chloride, MSG, and other chemical additives and preservatives
  • Never eat fried food of any kind. Also see Dr. Budwig on good oils
  • Except for small quantities of very crisp bacon, do not eat pork
  • Never drink carbonated beverages
  • Except for small quantities of very lean cuts, do not eat beef
  • By far the most preferred meats are seafood, poultry, lamb, and liver
  • Strictly limit your intake of starchy foods like rice, potatoes, and pasta
  • Fresh raw fruits, vegetables, and their juices should be part of your daily diet
  • eat only breads and cereals of the whole grain variety;
  • eat quantities of lettuce every day (it acts as a blood purifier)
  • excellent are salads (preferably mixed with powdered unflavoured gelatine) made with grated or chopped raw carrots, lettuce, celery, watercress, radishes, onions, vine ripened or canned tomatoes, and cooked beets;
  • except for small quantities of butter, avoid products containing saturated fat, such as lard, whole milk, and cheese (non-fat dairy products are alright);
  • In regard to eggs, eat only the yolks coddled, or as egg nog
  • do not eat if you are excited, angry, upset, or excessively fatigued;
  • eat a few raw almonds every day; 
  • Avoid raw apples unless you are on the apple cleansing diet
  • drink all water boiled or bottled spring.
  • avoid products containing vinegar, such as pickles, relish, ketchup, mayonnaise, and salad dressing
  • drink half a glass of warm water upon arising in the morning (it helps rid the body of toxins)
  • avoid any vegetable oil that has been hydrogenated (e.g., vegetable shortening and margarine) or otherwise processed or refined (with the exception of palm oil and coconut oil, which are both high in saturated fat, "cold pressed" oils are alright, and extra virgin olive oil is especially recommended);
  • because digestion begins in the mouth, chew your food thoroughly (even liquids should be chewed two or three times before swallowing); and
  • insofar as practicable, eat mostly raw, organic, locally grown foods in season.

THE APPLE CLEANSING DIET
One of the drawbacks of our modern industrialised society is the contamination of our air, food, and water supply with at least trace amounts of pesticides and other harmful chemicals. This tends to cause a buildup of toxins in the body quite detrimental to health. One means of eliminating these toxins is the Cayce apple cleansing diet:

Eat nothing but raw, organic, Delicious apples for three days (if they are not organic, peel them). During this period, drink nothing but water, and avoid strenuous work or exercise. On the evening of the third day, take two tablespoonful of extra virgin olive oil. If possible, obtain a colonic irrigation the next morning (or at least have an enema after your first bowel movement).

The readings claimed that this regimen would detoxify ANY system, and it might be wise to go on this diet BEFORE instituting any extensive Cayce treatment plan. It might also be a good idea to repeat this diet two or three times a year.

BEEF JUICE
As an easily assimilated, easily tolerated source of strength and vitality, the readings frequently recommended beef juice.

YOGURT
Another good source of strength and vitality that Cayce recommended was yogurt.


Cayce Quotes from the readings:

Lime Water

T0139-004 F [Pg 1]
An assistance to these, however, would be found in taking small quantities of the lime water (plain) for the nausea, and for the relaxing of the whole nervous system;

T0602-001 F [Pg 2]
13. Of a mornings - this may be altered, to be sure - there should at least be an ounce of LIME water, or equal parts lime water, cinnamon water - UNLESS the CINNAMON water at times produces too much belching, then this may be diminished - that is, the cinnamon water; then, during the early

T2289-002 M [Pg 1]
8. To keep down nausea in the beginning, there may be given a little Cinnamon Water and Lime Water - two to three drops of each mixed, two or three times a day.

NERVE & BODY BUILDING

T0313-006 F
13. (Q) What diet is it now best for me to follow?
(A) An alkalin reacting diet, but a general normal diet that will make for blood and nerve and body building; but keep more in the ALKALIN reaction.

T0631-008 F [Pg 3]
18. (Q) What are the possibilities for recovery for this body, and what will be the time required if treatments are followed?
(A) It would require from nine months to a year for such improvements to be made that the GROWTH through assimilation and nerve and body-building would have sufficient opportunity for the cycle of its change in the body itself.

T0940-001 F [Pg 2]
10. As to the matter of the diet, we would keep those foods that are nerve and body building, tending towards rather the non-acid producing than the acid.

T2567-001 F [Pg 1]
12. Keep whatever foods that are high in the vitamin forces, or blood and nerve and body building; that carry excesses of Vitamins A, D, B-1 and G - all of these; as the juices of liver, tripe, pig feet (if these are prepared properly), raw carrot juice, all forms of such natures.

13. And especially give beef juice, often, in minute quantities.

T5208-001 F [Pg 2]
9. The diets have been very good, but keep those foods which are nerve and body-building. Plenty of raw vegetables, as well as the cooked. These should be kept very well balanced, but use at least two above the ground to one below the ground.  Fish, fowl and lamb, but never fried foods, if these are to be taken at all. In regard to these, to be sure, it depends upon the consciousness of the entity respecting these. They each carry those elements for body-building.

NERVE AND BLOOD BUILDING

T0263-002 F [Pg 2]
10. We would be mindful of the diet. Not too much starches nor sweets, but rather a balanced diet consisting of those things that are nerve and blood building in the system. At least one meal each day should consist of fresh-green-RAW vegetables; such as carrots, lettuce, celery, tomatoes, peppers, radishes, spinach, mustard, onions, and the like.   With such a salad there may be used mayonnaise or oil
dressings.

T0002-014 M [Pg 1]
3. (Q) What diet to be taken at home?
(A) Those that are nerve and blood building, with alkalin reaction. Then, THIS as a SAMPLE - though it may be altered or changed to suit conditions that surround the body. Of mornings, those may be altered - the meal may be altered - between those of citrus fruits and of gruel, especially of oaten gruel. In the noon, there may be those of the vegetables that are fresh, and as are ESPECIALLY grown in
the vicinity where the body resides. Shipped vegetables are never very good. In these characters should be those of celery, lettuce, asparagus, beets, beans, lentils - provided they are not prepared with too much of hog meats. Vegetable oils are much better, or butter. In those of the evening meal, may be of those of the juices of meats, of the flesh of wild game or fowl in moderation, and those that are more of the GLUTEN character as goes with same. Small quantities of rice, or ground or rolled corn or grits, or such - these
may be taken in moderation. Not many of the tuberous nature, growing under the ground; that is, leave off all characters of potatoes, not too much of cabbage or collards, or such, see?

T0256-003 M [Pg 3]
18. In the food values, then, keep a well balanced diet that is nerve and blood building, and body building, but not those that would make for too great an excess of those forces that make for an excess of flesh. Leave off some of the starches.  Keep the proteins. Keep a well balance for all those foods
that carry a well balancing of all food values, or those that make for the activities that produce the vitamins, or vitalities, or vital, for the various functioning organs.   Keep an even balance in the acidity and alkalinity of the body. It would be well were these tested occasionally, both from the spittle and from the urine, so that these show as to whether they are kept near to a normal neutrality in the
system.

Egg Nog

T5097-001 F [Pg 2]
13. As to the diet: Have plenty of eggs, but not the white of the eggs. This may be taken in spirits frumenti with milk about once a day, making what is called egg-nog.

T0340-011 F [Pg 1]
3. Well, too, were the body to occasionally - (but don't get to depend on same wholly!) - take Spirits Frumenti with milk and egg, beaten well together - cooking the egg WITH the Spirits Frumenti, then adding the milk. Let there be more milk than Spirits Frumenti, though! Just sufficient in small quantities - that is, a few drops at a time - to COOK the egg, as it is beaten, and only - of course - the yolk is beaten. Add to same a good deal of cinnamon. This would be well also. Ready for questions.

T0274-002 M [Pg 4]
39. By nine-thirty or ten o'clock take a malted milk, with EGG in same - see? To it may be added a few drops of rum or of spirits frumenti, but not too much; just sufficient to take away the taste of the egg. Do not include the white of the egg in this; only the yolk, see?

T5139-001 M [Pg 2]
15. Do take plenty of chicken and milk and eggs, but only take the yolk of the egg. This may be prepared once a day, or once every other day, with spiritous frumenti and milk with the egg. Use just sufficient amount of spirits frumenti to cook the egg as it is poured in it, very small quantity until it cooks the egg, then add the milk with a little sugar, but not too much.

T0843-001 M [Pg 3]
15. In between the morning and noon meals, in the middle of the morning, we would take a glass of malted milk, preferably with a raw egg yolk (only the yolk) in same, beat into same.  A little of spirits frumenti may be added, but a very small quantity just to make for the strengthening to the body.

Local foods

T4047-1
10. (Q) Is a diet composed mainly of fruits, vegetables, eggs, and milk the best diet for me?
(A) As indicated, use more of the products of the soil that are grown in the immediate vicinity. These are better for the body than any specific set of fruits, vegetables, grasses or what not. We would add more of the original source of proteins.

Daily diet

T4047-001 M [Pg 2]
10. (Q) Is a diet composed mainly of fruits, vegetables, eggs, and milk the best diet for me?
(A) As indicated, use more of the products of the soil that are grown in the immediate vicinity. These are better for the body than any specific set of fruits, vegetables, grasses
or what not. We would add more of the original source of proteins.


T0257-186 M [Pg 2]
This is known to the body, as has been more oft given, to keep in line, in season with the foods, fruits, vegetables grown in the surroundings and the environs of the body.

T0257-214 M [Pg 2]
13. Fruits, vegetables, - grown wherever the body is active, you see; especially the leafy vegetables, and of those natures that supply the vital forces for energising the system.

T0477-002 M [Pg 1]
9. Rather there should be taken fruits, vegetables, and a little meat, but more of those foods that provide the Vitamin B-1; cereals, all fruits and vegetables that are yellow in their nature.

T0543-024 F [Pg 1]
6. Keep away from too much starch, too great a quantity of sweets; save natural sweets, as from fruits, vegetables, the small fruits such as berries and things of that nature, and honey. A small quantity of roughage, as of certain KINDS of nuts, would be well for the body; as almonds, filberts. To be sure, this isn't exactly the season, but those would be well to be a portion of the diet occasionally, now.

T1158-026 F [Pg 3]
Plenty of fruits, vegetables, raw and cooked, are best in the diet often, of course.

T1204-002 F [Pg 3]
Beware of white bread, ever. No Irish potatoes. No sweets that are taken as of pies, cake or the like. Honey as sweetening may be taken. Fruits, vegetables are better, but not much of meats. One meal each day, whether morning, evening or in the noon, one whole meal should consist of RAW vegetables. Combine these of all the leafy and all those vegetables that may be combined in a salad. Lettuce, celery, carrots, beans, spinach, lettuce, onions, cabbage, any or all of these. Such a salad may be changed occasionally to a whole FRUIT meal; as apples, oranges, peaches, lemons, pears - don't put in any bananas! All of these may be combined and used instead of the meal of vegetables. Meats if they are taken at all should never be fried; in fact, NO FRIED FOODS AT ALL!

T2072-009 F [Pg 1]
8. Keep the better diets; that is, keep a more universal diet, and this will aid. Fruits, vegetables, nuts; little meats, but fowl and fish do take.

T2976-001 M [Pg 3]
21. But have plenty of fruits, vegetables, vegetable juices, vegetable broths, with not too much fat save merely the seasoning.

BENZOATE OF SODA

T2084-001 F [Pg 2]
Of course, all green vegetables early of spring, but not so much of dried vegetables, - rather the fresher
variety. However, those that are canned without Benzoate of Soda as a preservative may be taken through such seasons or periods when these are not obtainable fresh. As to the brand of vegetables canned that carries the least Benzoate of Soda, - those that carry same are marked. As we find, though, Libby's is an excellent brand.

T0135-001 M [Pg 2]
Tomatoes, if they are RIPENED ON THE VINE; otherwise, those that are canned WITHOUT preservative - or
especially benzoate of soda. (Do not use such as use that as preservative.)

T0243-019 F [Pg 1]
Of course, necessarily, most of these will have to be canned; and are alright, provided not canned with benzoate of soda. These should be a great portion to the diet.

T0257-129 M [Pg 3]
15. Noon's (and eat the noon meals) - preferably the JUICES of vegetables or meats, not the flesh itself save the small quantity of vegetables that may be in the soups; and preferably a green vegetable salad, which means RAW vegetables - as celery, lettuce, carrots, or these may be combined with fruits such as canned pears, canned peaches or the like, provided these are not canned with benzoate of soda.

T0340-005 F [Pg 2]
Do not take in the system, then, especially any of those foods that produce an over acidity in the lower end of the stomach - such as pickles, or any food carrying over amount of acid or vinegar, or acetic acid, and never any canned goods having benzoate of soda. This includes relishes and things of that nature

T0389-008 M [Pg 3]
Canned tomatoes, provided they are the Libby brand - or that where no benzoate of soda or preservative is used - are preferable.

T0404-010 F [Pg 1]
Cooked beans (and these should be green beans, or canned green beans though not preserved with any preservative such a benzoate of soda);

T0415-008 M [Pg 2]
The beets, as soon as possible, should be preferably the fresh - but those that are preserved or canned
are good, provided these are not preserved in benzoate of soda. This would be indicated on the labels.

Beet Sugar

T4008-001 M [Pg 2]
14. (Q) Is refined white sugar and flour bad for me?
(A) Depends upon how they are combined. Do not use cream or milk in tea or coffee. Sugar may be used in moderation. Do not use white flour except in pastries, and eat pastries not more than once a month.

15. (Q) What healthful sweets should I use?
(A) Honey, or Karo syrup or corn syrup.

T0349-013 F [Pg 2]
Very little or no sweets. Very little candies of any kind, unless those that are of the saccharin; NOT those of the corn starch, corn syrup or sugar cane products. The sugars taken should preferably be beet sugar, even when taken in small quantities as for coffee, tea or the like - see?

T4281-014 F [Pg 2]
9. (Q) Should she eat any sugar in any form?
(A) Sugar in any form is straining on the system - beet sugar the least, and is required for heat for the system, as well as for other portions of the system. Beet sugar may be used in moderation.

T4281-015 F [Pg 2]
Cream and BEET sugar - not cane sugar - may be given on cereal. Any cereal good.

T4708-001 M [Pg 2]
If sugar is used, only use beet sugar, and in small quantities.

T0307-006 F [Pg 1]
7. (Q) Should she use brown sugar, or is something else better for sweetening?
(A) Saccharin may be used. Brown sugar is not harmful. The BETTER would be to use beet sugar for sweetening. [See 307-6, Par. R8.]

T0337-028 F [Pg 2]
20. It's natural that there should be some sweets taken at times, but let it be in the form of honey or the combinations of same, rather than in sugar or cane sugar or even beet sugar. Honey may be used occasionally.

T0340-031 F [Pg 1]
9. (Q) Is raw sugar in small quantities as well as honey for this body?
(A) No. Honey is more preferable. Beet sugar is not so harmful as the refined cane sugar. Should there be the desire for the sugar, use the BROWN or maple sugars - in small quantities, to be sure.

T0470-014 M [Pg 2]
13. Precautions in the diet; not an excess of CANE sugars. Use rather the raw sugar, or preferably beet sugar; whether in the drinks or foods; or resort MORE to the sugars from fruits and vegetables in the diet.

T1206-011 F [Pg 1]
7. (Q) Does body eat too much sugar and candy, or not enough?
(A) This is very well balanced at present; and, as indicated, do not let the body become AWARE of an attitude as to too much sugar or the like, see? either by suggestion or by activity; though precautions generally are necessary, as for those in the environs of the body. When sweets are taken, we find that honey or maple sugar, or candies made with beet sugar, are preferable to cane sugar.

T1993-001 F [Pg 3]
27. DO NOT eat large quantities ever, of sweets; pastries nor any other sweets. Honey may be taken of a morning if so desired, with buckwheat cakes or such natures; or used as a sweetener for the cereal. But NO CANE SUGAR! If there is the desire for sugar, use beet sugar.

Bread & Wine readings

T0859-001 M [Pg 3]
And at one evening meal two or three times a week we would have a portion of it consist of only browned
bread or black bread or sour bread and red wine; these will make for strengthening and for the giving of vitality, if the other things are done.

T0437-007 M [Pg 1]
for as we find RED WINE would be excellent if taken as a meal with black or sour bread, in the evenings or late afternoon.

T0257-151 M [Pg 1]
Also, rather than any strong drink, there should be red wine taken WITH bread; for it is a food. Not beer, not ale. Occasionally white wine, or RED wine; or the mixed - that are not heavy - are very good. But red wine taken regularly with bread - black bread - is good.

T1044-001 F [Pg 6]
45. Of an afternoon it would be well to take red wine and BLACK bread, or pumpernickel and red wine. An ounce to two ounces. Do not take other foods with the wine.

T0325-060 F [Pg 1]
7. Take the red wine AS a meal, with black or heavy bread.

T0578-005 F [Pg 4]
Wine taken as a FOOD, not as a drink. An ounce and a half to two ounces of red wine in the afternoon, after the body has WORN itself out; that is, two, three, four o'clock in the afternoon - or cocktail time. Take it as a food, with brown bread. Not beer or ale, nor any of the hard drinks - but RED WINE!

T0852-008 F [Pg 2]
16. Red wine with brown or black bread, soaked in same, would be well - or "dunked", as some would call it. Very little. The sipping or sucking of same, swallowing - though - a portion of the bread. This about once each day.

T0941-001 F [Pg 3]
21. Preferably in the late afternoon (rather than evening or night), some red wine may be taken (ONLY RED wine) with very heavy black or brown bread, as a stimulant.

T1014-001 M [Pg 5]
34. Between the noon and evening meals - that is, in the middle of the afternoon - take two ounces of red wine with black bread, or brown bread, or whole wheat bread that is browned.  This should only be taken in such combination, for the iron, the copper, the silicon, the blood-building properties that come from such a combination - especially at this hour. Do not take OTHER alcoholic DRINKS at other times!

T1192-006 F [Pg 3]
Red wine in the late afternoon with black or brown bread is helpful; NOT taken, however, at mealtime's. This, as we find, brings a stimulation that is laxative in its REACTION; only the RED wine, not the white wine.

Cayce quotes of Carbonated drinks

T0477-002 M [Pg 1]
7. Take no form of carbonated waters, no form of ANY drink with those formations from hops or of fermentations.

T3047-001 M [Pg 2]
15. Do not take ANY carbonated waters, or carbonated drinks of any kind.

T0257-239 M [Pg 1]
5. Keep those precautions that have been indicated again and again as to diet; using as much foods as practical that are grown in the area where the body resides. Keep away from carbonated drinks. With the low amount of the vital energies that produce the proper hormones and the effluvia in the lymph circulation, these are hindered by the carbon gases in the soft drinks and products of hops. Hence beer, and carbonated drinks mostly, should be tabu. For, these tend to detract form the lymph flow of normalcy throughout the alimentary canal.

T0337-028 F [Pg 2]
19. In the diet, - keep away from any of fats, from any carbonated drinks or drinks made with carbonated waters.

T0470-034 M [Pg 1]
8. Refrain from any carbonated water drinks of ANY character.  These are not well for the body.

Coffee with milk readings

T1073-001 F [Pg 5]
Coffee or tea should preferably be without milk or cream, for again we find that the combination of the acids - or the tannic forces,

T1568-002 M [Pg 1]
5. (Q) Will coffee hurt the body?
(A) Coffee without cream or milk is not so harmful.

T4834-001 M [Pg 1]
4. (Q) Is coffee, milk, and cereals good for the body?
(A) Coffee is not good, the tannin in coffee affects the milk that is in it which the body needs.

T0462-006 M [Pg 2]
10. (Q) Is coffee or tea good for this body?
(A) Coffee is better than tea, though the body may prefer the tea. Coffee without milk and without sugar is
preferable; but coffee without cream or milk IS a food value.  There is very little food value in tea, though it is a stimulant. Coffee is preferable.

T1236-001 M [Pg 3]
Coffee, tea, milk - do not combine milk with tea or coffee; these make for an acidity, and especially
are hard on the digestive forces where acid is superactive in the system from the general disturbances.

T0275-045 F [Pg 3]
13. (Q) Is the chemical reaction of raw milk in coffee the same as cream in coffee in relation to the digestion in the stomach?
(A) Well, this depends - to be sure - upon the activity of the system at the time. Cream, to be sure, is less hard, or more easily digested and produces LESS of that hard to be assimilated by portions of the system. But in coffee it is PREFERABLE for the body to use neither cream nor milk. Of course, cream is less harmful - and of course carries more food value, of a different nature. But there is a portion in  same that becomes gradually hard upon the activity of the juices from the pancreas and spleen to the activities upon
the system through the lacteals in their absorbing from digestion.

T0975-001 F [Pg 4]
Coffee may be taken in moderation provided milk or cream is NOT used in same.   Without the cream coffee is a food; WITH milk or cream it is very hard on the system

White Sugar

T4008-001 M [Pg 2]
14. (Q) Is refined white sugar and flour bad for me?
(A) Depends upon how they are combined. Do not use cream or milk in tea or coffee. Sugar may be used in moderation. Do not use white flour except in pastries, and eat pastries not more than once a month.

15. (Q) What healthful sweets should I use?
(A) Honey, or Karo syrup or corn syrup.

T0349-013 F [Pg 2]
Very little or no sweets. Very little candies of any kind, unless those that are of the saccharin; NOT those of the corn starch, corn syrup or sugar cane products. The sugars taken should preferably be beet sugar, even when taken in small quantities as for coffee, tea or the like - see?

T4281-014 F [Pg 2]
9. (Q) Should she eat any sugar in any form?
(A) Sugar in any form is straining on the system - beet sugar the least, and is required for heat for the system, as well as for other portions of the system. Beet sugar may be used in moderation.

T4281-015 F [Pg 2]
Cream and BEET sugar - not cane sugar - may be given on cereal. Any cereal good.

T4708-001 M [Pg 2]
If sugar is used, only use beet sugar, and in small quantities.

T0337-028 F [Pg 2]
20. It's natural that there should be some sweets taken at times, but let it be in the form of honey or the combinations of same, rather than in sugar or cane sugar or even beet sugar.  Honey may be used occasionally.

Honey readings

T0307-006 F [Pg 1]
7. (Q) Should she use brown sugar, or is something else better for sweetening?
(A) Saccharin may be used. Brown sugar is not harmful. The BETTER would be to use beet sugar for sweetening. [See
307-6, Par. R8.]

T0337-028 F [Pg 2]
20. It's natural that there should be some sweets taken at times, but let it be in the form of honey or the combinations of same, rather than in sugar or cane sugar or even beet sugar. Honey may be used occasionally.

T0340-031 F [Pg 1]
9. (Q) Is raw sugar in small quantities as well as honey for this body?
(A) No. Honey is more preferable. Beet sugar is not so harmful as the refined cane sugar. Should there be the desire for the sugar, use the BROWN or maple sugars - in small quantities, to be sure.

T1206-011 F [Pg 1]
7. (Q) Does body eat too much sugar and candy, or not enough?
(A) This is very well balanced at present; and, as indicated, do not let the body become AWARE of an attitude as to too much sugar or the like, see? either by suggestion or by activity; though precautions generally are necessary, as for those in the environs of the body. When sweets are taken, we find that honey or maple sugar, or candies made with beet sugar, are preferable to cane sugar.

T1993-001 F [Pg 3]
27. DO NOT eat large quantities ever, of sweets; pastries nor any other sweets. Honey may be taken of a morning if so desired, with buckwheat cakes or such natures; or used as a sweetener for the cereal. But NO CANE SUGAR! If there is the desire for sugar, use beet sugar.

T1539-001 M [Pg 4]
34. Honey and milk should be taken as a nightcap, as it were.  Stir or dissolve a full teaspoonful of strained honey into a glass or tumbler of heated milk. Taking this about twenty to thirty minutes before retiring will be found to be most helpful, most beneficial.

35. Whenever sweets are taken, they should consist principally of honey AND the Honeycomb!

T5545-001 M [Pg 3]
Occasionally there may be taken rice cakes, with honey - but the honey should NOT be other than that WITH the honeycomb. Not strained honey.

Cayce on Fried Foods    Also see Dr. Budwig on good oils

T1586-001 F [Pg 3]
25. Do not eat fried foods of any kind, EVER; especially NOT fried eggs, nor cakes - though buckwheat cakes may be taken if they are fried in butter and then NOT any butter used on same, but these should not be eaten with syrup. Honey - a little may be taken if so desired.

T0333-004 M [Pg 2]
8. Little or no meats of ANY kind, and when meat at all is taken let it be preferably lamb (not fried) or fowl (not fried). No greases much, then, for the body. Only the whole wheat or corn bread in the form of breads, and no FRIED vegetables or potatoes or things of that nature. No fried things at all. Preferably this would be an outline:

T0715-004 F [Pg 3]
20. Evenings - the meats that are taken would be fowl or lamb. No hog meat. No BEEF, though beef juice may be taken of an EVENING. Beef juice - this does not mean beef broth, but beef juice for the strengthening. And NO FRIED FOODS AT ALL! Especially not fried potatoes or fried meats or fried eggs or
fried foods of that nature.

T0926-001 M [Pg 3]
Beware of eating citrus fruits AND cereals at the same meal. Either may be taken, but not at the same
meal. Beware of all fried foods. No fried potatoes, fried meats, fried steaks, fried fish, or anything of that nature.

T2376-001 F [Pg 3]
24. Do not take cream or milk in coffee or tea. Do not eat white bread. Do not eat fried potatoes or fried meats. A little crisp bacon is very well, but not fried meats or foods fried in deep fat.

T0608-011 F [Pg 2]
11. Do not eat fried foods, especially not fried potatoes nor fried meats of any kind. Use same rather roasted, broiled or the like. It would be better to use only lamb, fish or fowl as the meat; these baked, roasted or stewed; but NOT fried.

T0461-001 M [Pg 3]
19. Evenings - well balanced vegetable diet, (cooked) with fowl or calves, liver or pig knuckle or the like. Lamb may be taken, but should never be fried. No fried meat, no fried foods at ANY time for the body. A cereal drink may be very well.

T0861-001 M [Pg 3]
18. No fried foods or fried meats or any kind. Fried foods make for too much heaviness upon the digestive system.

T1115-001 F [Pg 2]
9. But be mindful that there are no meats taken; or very little.  Fish or fowl in moderation may be taken. No fried foods of any kind, especially not fried potatoes or fried meats.  Roasts are more preferable, when such are taken; but they should be used in moderation.

T1300-002 F [Pg 4]
Do NOT eat fried foods of ANY kind, especially never fried - French fried potatoes. Mashed potatoes may be taken occasionally, or especially those prepared with the jackets - if the jacket is eaten rather than the pulp, for this is very well for the body.

T0133-005 F [Pg 2]
5. Be mindful of the diet, that it is in accord with that we have given. Beware of hog meat or fresh meat or any fried foods; the fish, fowl or wild game should never be fried, rather smothered, stewed, broiled, or the like. The vegetables should include all those that make for body and blood and nerve building; not too much of those of the tuberous or even bulbous nature, although these may be included in moderation only.

T0348-015 M [Pg 1]
3. (Q) Is fish bad for this body?
(A) There may be occasions when this can be taken, but not that that's fried. Boiled or baked, or broiled, would be well - but NOT fried.

Cayce quotes on starches

T0877-028 M [Pg 2]
12. (Q) What about starches and sweets?
(A) As has been indicated, these are not to be entirely tabu, but as would be from a normal mental balance of consideration, take about eighty percent alkalin-producing foods to twenty percent acid-producing. Sugars are in MAIN, combined with starches, acid-producing. Starches also produce energy, as does sugar. It is the combinations of these that become rather as hindrances, than the INDIVIDUAL properties themselves, see?

T1101-004 F [Pg 3]
24. Do not combine great quantities of proteins with starches or white breads or rice or potatoes; that is, these should be rather in great moderation. Starches should be used at times, but do not combine starches ever with large quantities of sweets. But sweets or carbohydrates should also be a portion of the diet; however, let these be taken at various periods in the diet - that is, not at the same periods with the starches. One may be taken at one meal, and the other at another meal, see? but do not combine these together.

T1655-001 F [Pg 3]
18. The diet should be well-balanced. Keep away from too much of sweets, too much of starches. Use rather the honey in the honeycomb as the sweet. Most of the starches should be rather in whole wheat, or such natures. Vegetables, nuts and fruits should form the principal portion of the diet. As to potatoes or such starches, only eat the jackets or that part close to same - or eat more of the peel than the pulp itself.

T2898-001 F [Pg 2]
15. Be mindful that the diet is kept towards those things that are laxatives, - not too much grease nor too much of starches as combined with those things that are alkalising or alkalin-producing. Then, do not eat white bread at the same meal when cereals or starches are used. Brown bread or toast is preferable. Rice and potatoes should not be taken at the same meal with these things, for this particular body. No two starches should be taken at the same meal, see? Have plenty of those foods that carry the vital energies of B-1 and the B-Complex. These are found, of course, in the yellow vegetables or fruits, or the reinforced cereals that are of the whole grain. Preferably, get these vitamins for this body in the foods, rather than in concentrated tablet or liquid form.

T3110-001 F [Pg 2]
15. Starches may be taken, but not an extra quantity nor altogether starches. For instance, no two starches should be included at the same meal.

T0274-009 M [Pg 2]
Also it is better that the sweets or the carbohydrates be taken alone. When sweets are taken, do not
have same with starches - or at the same meal with bread, potatoes or vegetable forces of such natures. And do not take starches with proteins; rather the sweets should be taken with proteins.

T0303-023 F [Pg 1]
7. Refrain from too much of cakes, or pastries; though ice cream or ices may be taken, preferably ices. Refrain from too much of ANY starches, or combinations of starches with meats OR vegetables taken.

T0338-005 F [Pg 3]
In the diets keep close to those that have been indicated. Be cautious of the combinations, rather than the characters of foods, see? Do not have citrus fruits or the acid fruits WITH starches at the same meal. Do not have too much of proteins with the acids, for there is a variation in the character of the reactions in the system; that is, between the hydrochloric and the lacteals. The hydrochloric becomes necessary in proteins, see? As do the alkalin for starches.  Yet when these are combined improperly, there is the lack or
the excess of one or the other in the system, thus producing an unbalancing and making for excesses in the activities of glandular forces in many ways and manners. Hence these are a portion of the considerations in keeping proper balance in weight, proper balance in activity and in eliminations.

T0504-002 F [Pg 2]
12. (Q) Can coffee, meats, eggs or starches be taken?
(A) Coffee in moderation. Meats, just so they are not pork of any kind - save crisp breakfast bacon may be taken occasionally, if very crisp. Beef seldom. Fowl, fish or lamb may be very good. Any of the extremities, or liver, pigs' feet, souse, any of these are very good. Fowl and fish are the better. Only starches in moderation. Not too much of rice; never any white bread; never any of the meals should have two quantities of vegetables growing under the ground to one growing above; rather should it be the other way. There
should be two vegetables at each meal grown above the ground to one tuberous.

Cayce quotes on meats

T0257-149 M [Pg 2]
(A) Be very light upon meats. Fowl or lamb may be taken occasionally. Fish, especially if boiled - or Gefillte Fish, or broiled fish; these are well, or baked fish. Broiled lamb, or stew with vegetables. Orange juice or citrus fruit juices of mornings are well.

T0549-001 F [Pg 3]
And the meats should only include lamb, fowl or fish. Do not take shell fish, but the fresh water fish would be preferable to the salt fish, see? Mackerel, and the like, don't take; but the fresh water fish will be much better for the body.

T1130-001 M [Pg 3]

The meats should be preferably lamb, fowl or fish; NOT shell fish, but salt fish or fresh water fish - baked or broiled.

T0323-001 M [Pg 3]
20. Evenings - well-balanced vegetable diet, with a LITTLE meat; but no beef (been too much of this taken - it's too beefy!) Lamb, fish or chicken may be taken; but no beef or - of course - red meats. All of these should be WELL cooked. When the fish is taken, it may be of the gefullte, [also gefillte or gefilte - Jewish koshered preparation of fish.] or boiled, or broiled, but not fried fish. Sea foods, too, may be taken occasionally.

T1078-001 M [Pg 3]
22. And in the general diet have always those things for the meals that are in accord with body, blood and nerve building.  But not too great quantities of meats. No red meats. No fried meats, nor fried foods of any kind. Let these when taken be roasted or broiled, or prepared in such a manner. Liver, tripe and fish should be the principal food taken in place of meat. But do not take too much of shell fish. To be sure, the shell fish carry iodine - but it is not so well for this body taken in that manner. However, LOBSTER - broiled or boiled - may be included. Also broiled or boiled fish, lamb, fowl and wild game may be included; but no shrimp, oysters, clams, nor things of that nature.

T1703-001 F [Pg 4]
Meats should be preferably fish, fowl or lamb. Not too much of shell fish, but those that are broiled or boiled - not fried fish.  As to beef - only the juices of same should be taken, ever; that may be a part of the broth at the noon meal. Rather use lamb or fowl, broiled, roasted or the like - but NOT fried!

T0304-016 M [Pg 2]
normal size - though not diabetic, no. In the activities of the various characters of food values, then: These should consist of meats, in moderation - lamb, wild game, beef (preferably the juices of same) - soups that are strengthening and that carry both the green and the cooked vegetables. Beans, green beans - lentils, spinach, celery, lettuce, potatoes in small quantities. No peas. Nothing that grows in pods. Those of fish in small quantities, preferably those of sea fish than fresh water fish. This for the salines necessary in system.

T0910-001 F [Pg 3]
Let the meats be preferably fish, lamb, fowl or wild game.

T1158-021 F [Pg 1]
7. (Q) Fish, fowl or lamb?
(A) Fish about twice a week, and this a piece about two by three, about a quarter or half inch thick, broiled, if so desired. Lamb about three times a week, - this about three and a half ounces. Fowl, once or twice a week; as to quantity, depending upon what portion of same and how it is prepared, - two to three pieces if ordinarily prepared, or such as this, for a meal.

T2153-004 F [Pg 3]
22. (Q) Should she be allowed to have a lamb chop, steak or other meat occasionally besides the fish and fowl?
(A) Fish, fowl or lamb, - but NOT fried foods! As to beef, this is not so well - unless it is very, VERY thoroughly cooked; and then well, WELL masticated!

T2395-001 F [Pg 4]
27. If so desired, there may be occasionally taken fish, fowl or lamb at this meal, - but never fried.

Cayce quotes on Beef Juice

T0461-001 M [Pg 3]
20. Before retiring each evening take at least a tablespoonful of beef juice, but never the beef! Not juice extract, but BEEF juices - and take it very SLOWLY.

T0493-001 F [Pg 3]
14. Take quantities of the concentrated solution of beef juices, or the concentrated beef juice, but very small quantities at the time in the beginning. Not the meat itself, but the juices that may be had from clean cut LEAN beef, only the juice squeezed out and seasoned to make palatable to the body. Take two teaspoonsful or a tablespoonful three or four times each day, but this sipped - not gulped, for it will act
with the digestive forces and make for a replenishing and a rebuilding that has NOT existed for times past with the body.

T0501-003 F [Pg 2]
8. Noon's - preferably only beef juice; not soups, not stews, but the juice of beef, taken with a whole wheat wafer or toasted whole wheat bread, or Graham wafer, or the whole wheat wafers that are salted. At this period there should be taken as much as two tablespoonful or more of the beef juice.

T0975-005 F [Pg 1]
8. We would prepare regularly - every other day - about a pound of beef INTO Beef Juice! Not tea, not broth, but the Beef Juice! This would be taken rather often, but in very small quantities; and when taken almost CHEW it - though there is nothing to chew, of course - for it is liquid, but SIP it - when taking it about every two or three hours during the waking period. Take about a teaspoonful at the time, but take at least a minute or more to swallow that much, see?  This will give strength, it will assimilate easily, and make
for better conditions. Do not allow any fat to be in the beef when it is prepared. Preferably use the beef from the neck of the animal.

T1899-001 M [Pg 3]
15. Then the rest of the foods, - take as much beef juice in small quantities as the body may assimilate, but do not attempt to take more than a teaspoonful at a time, or more than a tablespoonful during a day - for the first two or three weeks. But take at least three minutes in taking even a teaspoonful. Hence it is to be SIPPED, not gulped; so that it, the liquid itself, the beef juice may be easily assimilated through being mixed well with the fluids of the mouth before being swallowed. We do not mean beef extract, nor beef soup, but BEEF JUICE! This is to be made from the lean beef, preferably the neck of the cow - or the rump.
This is the type of meat to be used to make the juice.   More strength will be found in same.

T0428-008 F [Pg 2]
12. (Q) Give details as to building up the body.
(A) Those properties that make for addition to the blood stimulation; as beef juices in very small quantities taken often, which is an excellent tonic and a stimulator for such conditions.

T0715-004 F [Pg 3]
20. Evenings - the meats that are taken would be fowl or lamb. No hog meat. No BEEF, though beef juice may be taken of an EVENING. Beef juice - this does not mean beef broth, but beef juice for the strengthening. And NO FRIED FOODS AT ALL! Especially not fried potatoes or fried meats or fried eggs or
fried foods of that nature.

Cayce on Pork

T0608-009 F [Pg 2]
11. And then be mindful that there is no pork or ham taken, no hog meat taken by the body, you see - though a little crisp breakfast bacon occasionally may be taken, but no pork roast.  No fried foods. Beware of combinations where potatoes and starches - as white bread, spaghetti or macaroni - are taken any two at the same meal, or any one at the same meals with meats. Let the meats as taken be rather fowl, fish or lamb, and none of these fried. They should be broiled, stewed or roasted, but all well done.

T0826-003 M [Pg 2]
8. (Q) Should the body avoid entirely the use of meats like beef and pork?
(A) The use of pork avoid entirely. Beef may be taken, provided it is roasted or broiled; NOT rare, or especially not that ground or soggy in any way, for this is detrimental.   Beef juices are always helpful. Broiled beef regularly or well cooked is good occasionally. Mutton, lamb, fish, fowl, are much preferable for most bodies.

T0078-002 M [Pg 2]
12. (Q) What should the diet be?
(A) That of the regular diet, as is seen. Much of fruit and of vegetables. Not too heavy of meats, see? and NEVER any fried meats. No pork of any kind, or hog meat.

T0192-001 M [Pg 2]
11. Let the diet be those that add building forces to system without giving too much strain on digestion. Rather the juices or broths from meat, than the meat itself. Do not use any pork or hog meat in any form. Rather vegetables, nuts, fruits. Do this in a consistent, persistent, manner. We will bring results

T0199-002 F [Pg 2]
No pork. Crisp bacon in small quantities may be given at times.

T0278-001 F [Pg 4]
26. Evenings - this meal would consist of the cooked vegetables, but only those that grow ABOVE the ground. Do not include in this period ANY that grow UNDER the ground! Cooked lentils, spinach, beans - green beans, dried beans, lima beans, ANY of the white beans - any of these will be well. DO NOT have these cooked with pork of any kind! Most of the grease used with these should be butterfat, when they are
cooked - see? Occasionally there may be taken, say once to twice a week, the white meat of chicken or of mutton - these may be taken in moderation.

T0389-008 M [Pg 3]
Do not take any pork or hog meat, save at times a little very crisp breakfast bacon may be taken with the toast.

T0504-002 F [Pg 2]
12. (Q) Can coffee, meats, eggs or starches be taken?
(A) Coffee in moderation. Meats, just so they are not pork of any kind - save crisp breakfast bacon may be taken occasionally, if very crisp. Beef seldom. Fowl, fish or lamb may be very good. Any of the extremities, or liver, pigs' feet, souse, any of these are very good. Fowl and fish are the better. Only starches in moderation. Not too much of rice; never any white bread; never any of the meals should have two quantities of vegetables growing under the ground to one growing above; rather should it be the other way. There should be two vegetables at each meal grown above the ground to one tuberous.

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