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Lifeone Diet Plan:

Always consult your doctor before starting any diet plan.


The diet must eliminate all simple sugars and simple carbohydrates.

The diet should consist of large amounts of fresh vegetables, fish, poultry, fruits etc., but breads, white flour, corn, white potatoes, white rice etc., must be eliminated to aid in the control of glucose levels.

Protein intake should be a minimum of 60 grams/day. This should be supplemented with whey isolate protein drinks when possible, and the total protein intake should be taken in at least three divided doses. Whey isolate proteins are low carbohydrate/high protein, and easily assimilated through the intestinal wall with little digestion or gastric function required. Colon cancer patients may easily assimilate this type of protein and amino acids.

Drink large amounts of distilled water. 1 fluid ounce of water per 3 lbs. of body weight per day is adequate. It is extremely important to keep the body flushed with pure water. 180 lb. man should drink 60 ounces of water daily. The reason I have suggested distilled water is that we know it is pure and contains no chemicals that will contribute to cancer growth. Much of today’s water supply is contaminated, and patients with compromised immune systems are less able to deal with this additional contamination.

Many believe the myth that distilled water will leach minerals from the body to be true and factual. This is a complete lack of knowledge on the subject and has been scientifically proven false, as explained by an exceptional practicing biochemist, Robert Crandall. He has done extensive research on this subject.

“The gut is a reactor and will separate any solution with any minerals/contaminates then move water to the intestine where it is absorbed. As a comparison of normal water and distilled water I will offer the following fact as a comparative example: 12 oz glass H2O with 5 percent minerals will empty 1 oz into the intestine. The same 12 oz glass of distilled water will empty 10 oz water into the intestine. Can you say Hydration?”

Dietary Supplements
Other supplements may be helpful, but these should be discussed on a case-by-case basis with the attending physician. These would include high quality multi vitamins and minerals as well as other specific nutritional supplementation when appropriate. Vitamin D is often very beneficial in stimulating the immune system and is often deficient in winter months and climates. Supplements should also include antioxidants, essential fats and high quality protein as well.

Other Misc. Health Information

To explore this further I would suggest the statements and writing of the following;

"Tap water invariably contains a variety of poisons such as chlorine, chloramine, asbestos, pesticides, fluoride, copper, mercury, and lead. The best way to remove all these contaminants is by distilling."

"Distilled water is the only water which is pure - the only water free from all impurities."
The Choice Is Clear,
Dr. Allen E. Banik.

"The home distiller is the best method and the best way to get distilled water. It is the only reliable home water purification system for taking fluoride out of the water".
Fluoride: The Aging Factor,
Dr John Yiamoyuiannis, PhD.

"We believe that only steam-distilled water should be consumed."
Prescription for Nutritional Healing,
James F. Balch, MD. & Phyllis A. Balch, C.N.C.

"If you decide on bottled water, make sure it's distilled, (however), in the long run you'll save money if you clean your water at home."
Maximum Health,
Dr. Robert D. Willix, Jr ., M.D.

"The only type of water that seems to be fit for consumption is distilled water. Distillation is the single most effective method of water purification."
A Diabetic Doctor Looks at Diabetes,
Peter A. Lodewick, M.D.

"Distilled water is the world's best and purest water!"
Water - The Shocking Truth,
Dr. Paul C. Bragg & Dr. Patricia Bragg.

"Far and away the cleanest water is produced by the new home distillers."
Dr. Michael Colgan, Ph.D., CCN,
Optimum Sports Nutrition.

"Since we started using distilled water, our athletes have been drinking more. We can only attribute that to the fresh, clean taste."
Dave Ellis, Director of Performance Nutrition at the University of Nebraska Athletic Department.


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