For the sake of precision, I should say: what I gave up ultimately to get the healing effect and what I was eating at that time.
Anything containing sugar and any other sweeteners, including honey - sweets, sweetened drinks, etc.
Fruit juices and very sweet fruits.
Any cereals and grain products - bread, pasta and anything with flour (including gluten-free) or grains - regardless of the fineness degree (also whole grains).
Coffee, tea and any "stimulating" drinks.
Dairy products, except chicken eggs.
Any "starchy" type vegetables - potatoes, legumes, corn.
Canned food, pickles and anything raw, cold and strongly acidic.
Nuts of all kind.
Carrots, pumpkins, sweet potatoes, tomatoes.
A flat hand - the amount of protein (eggs, meat - including fish)
A fist - the number of vegetables from the "allowed" list at that time.
A thumb - the amount of fat used to prepare the dish.
When recovering from the state of profound energy collapse, especially in chronic, long-term disease, the body needs an easily digestible "injection" of concentrated energy that will give it the strength to bring order. The old saying: "a good broth will resurrect the dead," carries the truth about its power. In my treatment, I use broths, which are mostly from beef and lamb, sometimes turkey. I had 1-2 cups a day, between solid meals.
I gave up my habit of drinking coffee to wake me up with fatigue and sleepiness. Less stimulation of the nervous system, which is too stimulated by unreacted cumulative stress, helps to "digest" excess tissue in the sinuses and wherever it has been deposited due to blockages in energy flow. A healthy body itself produces energy to function without the aid of stimulants. If he is lethargic, forcing him to act with coffee has a short effect at a very high price.
Healing by Force of Nature