Health Food Diet Loss Weight Diet Dr Joel Wallach


1.)  Weight gain is caused by a nutrient deficiencies.

You Can NOT get the basic body needs of 90 nutrients from store bought foods, because the soil is lacking the 90 nutrients.

You must supplement the 90 nutrients to get them.

Dr. Joel Wallach Youngevity easy  weight loss program works for everyone.

The rest of the weight lost programs may work for a little while,  but if they do not get the basic 90 nutrients,  then the body will crave or hunger for more foods, until it gets the 90 basic nutrients. This will cause weight gain all over again.

Over 50 years ago this was proven in animals.


2.) Also you must avoid the “10 bad foods” listed below.



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from The Book  -- "Hell's Kitchen" by J.D. Wallach, BS, DVM, ND and  Ma Lan, MD, MS, LAc


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Dr. Wallach's Plan

The Dr. Wallach's See Food Diet is based on principles rather than a carbohydrate , fat or calorie counting regime . I like an approximation of forty percent protein, forty percent fat and twenty percent carbohydrates . This may seem like a lot of calories to the average person , however, when one is well saturated with all of the essential minerals, reasonable portions become automatic - we are no longer driven by a command to eat.

If an individual is physically active or they need to lose twenty five pounds or more, the best approach is to eat four to six small meals per day, or have a hand full of nuts as a between meal snack. It is important to use protein and fat to stabilize blood sugar rather than sugar or low glycemic index carbohydrates .

Iti's important to eat minimal amounts of fruit and fruit juices, if you are more than twenty five pounds over your ideal weight totally avoid fruit and juices  altogether  - eat more vegetables .

Drink eight glasses of water each day (if you are active and physi­cally working or exercising you will want to add a complete nutrient sports-energy drink concentrate to your daily water supply).


Do not eat after 7:00 p.m. (except for celebrations or special events).

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 For A LIST OF THE "10 bad foods" see below

No fried foods, margarines, cooking oils, meat cooked well done or burnt fats.

No carbonated drinks, caffeine or sugar (there can be celebration exceptions, however, these exceptions should be rare) .


Avoid breads, cereals, pasta , rice and potatoes . If a sandwich is to be eaten, use multi-grain breads - and then it is best  for you  to eat only one slice of the bread  or only the bottom half  of the   bun.


Breakfast should always be eaten, preferably including eggs, un­processed meat and vegetables (tomatoes are to  be  preferred over fruit - they have  far more nutrients  than fruit and a lot less   sugar).


Lunches can be large salads with grilled meat , fish or poultry added . Remember, croutons are bread. Put the dressing on the  side. At home you will want to use a high ORAC value juice (noni, mangosteen)  or juice  blend  for  a  salad  dressing.  When  dining out

you will want to use "Dr. Wallach 's Salad Fork  Trick."


Dr. Wallach's Salad Fork Trick is simply performed by dipping a salad fork 1/4 inch into the dish of salad dressing and shaking off the excess. This simple procedure will allow you to taste the salad dress­ ing, yet give up ninety five percent of the   calories.

The most important part of Dr. Wallach'.s See Food Diet has been left until the last. The supplement program should include all of the ninety (90) essential nutrients . Specifically, the minerals should come from a plant source. Obviously, for most of us ("culinary" ashes from wood fires are no longer available) that means the consumption of a liquid plant derived colloidal  mineral  supplement  with  a minimum of seventy seven minerals at the concentration of 19,000 mg per quart.

These liquid minerals should be taken at the rate of one ounce per hundred pounds of body weight as a maintenance dose. For ex­ ample, a 100 pound person would take one ounce per day in a split dose or one half ounce (one tablespoon) twice per day. A 200 pound person would take two ounces per day; a 300 pound person would take three ounces per day and so on.

For those individuals needing to lose twenty five pounds or more the supplement level can be increased to one and one quarter ounces (1 1/4 oz) per 100 pounds of body weight.




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Chapter 16

"Eat to live, and not live to eat."

- Benjamin Franklin

 

 

 

Dr. Wallach's See Food Diet

While there are literally thousands of weight loss programs and diets available to everyone, they all have many common denomina­tors. All weight loss and diet programs are not guaranteed, they are not successful 100 percent of the time, most starters drop off of the program over time and most gain all or more of their starting weight back again after dropping off the diet. The basic reasons for the universal failure  of "weight  loss  diets" of any ilk, is that  they don't deal with the basic root cause of   obesity the mineral deficiencies. Therefore, the primary  difference  of the Dr. Wallach's See Food Diet, the principal that sets it apart from the others is that the pica, cribbing, cravings, binge eating, the munchies and the "stand in front of the open refrigerator" syndrome is dealt with and eliminated - these basic failure factors having been removed will guaranty success for everyone.

 

The diets generally fall into three basic types:

Low calorie - The old standby is the low calorie diet. The think­ing is simply that a calorie is a calorie and the fewer you eat the less you will weigh and the more weight you can lose. The low calorie diet proponents believe if you eat fewer calories than your basal needs,






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the more weight you will  lose.

Promoters of the low calorie diets falsely claim that dietary supple­ments are not required. You have to count calories, points, or por­ tion sizes. Qenny Craig, Weight Watchers).

In 1963 there were 400 clients registered with weight  watchers; by  2003 there  were  34,600,000  registered clients.

 

2.    Low fat - The proponents believe that fat is the enemy  and tend to eat lots of plant based foods rather than animals foods. Un­ fortunately, the devotees don't differentiate between good fats and bad fats, which results in many health problems, including an in­ creased risk of stroke, Alzheimer's disease, seizure disorders and asthma .

The low fat approach to weight loss suggests less than ten per­ cent of daily calories come from dietary fat. The concept is, by cut­ ting out fat you can eat one third more total food each day without taking in more calories. The claim is that the body only needs four to six percent of the calories from fat to maintain health (in actuality, thirty five percent of daily calories provided by fat is a more correct amount). This diet is very difficult to adhere to and is potentially dangerous.  (Omish,  Pritikin)

 

3.   Low Carb - The total amount and the type of carbohydrates are limited to reduce the bodys glucose and insulin levels in an effort to make weight loss and weight management easier.

In the diet's initial phase, one can eat unlimited meat and fat, however, carbohydrates must be limited to twenty grams of carbo­ hydrates  or less per day (approximately  one slice of bread) .

For the first fourteen days, the dieter consumes no fruit, bread, pasta, grains, milk or even ketchup. The stated purpose of the  low carb diet, "is to create a state of ketosis, encouraging your body to bum  fat for energy rather  than  carbohydrates ."

Eugene Fine and Richard Feinman, of the SUNY Downstate Medi­ cal Center of New York believe that "critics oflow-carbohydrate diets always invoke the laws of thermodynamics , but they're not under­ standing them properly." Feinman claims there are two laws, not one that  are involved .




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Opponents of the low carb diets often emphasize the first law of thermodynamics - that the total energy in a system is always con­ served. Feinman considers the second law - that energy tends to dis­sipate over time - just as important, it determines what happens to energy in food when it is broken down in the body

"We know on a molecular level that the bodys pathways are less efficient at turning protein calories into glucose," says Feinman , "That means that more energy is lost as heat." So more of each calorie will convert into heat if it comes from protein; more of the calories will remain in the body if they come from carbohydrates .

The idea is to satisfy the taste buds with large amounts of rich, sumptuous foods to reduce the cravings. They certainly have forgot­ ten the minerals and an unsupplemented high protein diet can in­ crease the risk of kidney stones. (Atkins, Southbeach, The Zone, Dr. Wallach's See Food Diet)

In May of 2004 , The Valen Group, a consulting firm for the For­ tune 500 companies, stated, "59 million U.S. adults are controlling their intake of carbohydrates and an additional 40 million said they were considering a low carb diet in the next twelve months . Collec­tively, those figures are fast approaching half  of all U.S.  adults."

Dr. Wallach's See Food Diet is perhaps the best of the best when it comes to low carbohydrate, low glycemic index diets. Our low carb diet differs from all others in that our concerns for the mineral intake is actually more heavily weighted and more important than parsing words on the percentages of carbohydrates , fats and pro­teins.

There has been an endless parade of diets for various purposes including weight loss, health and longevity going back to the days of the Chinese alchemist thousands of years ago. Yet the problem of obesity, diabetes, the Metabolic Syndrome and other degenerative diseases  has reached  epidemic  and pandemic  proportions.

If low carbohydrate diets were the answer to our obesity problem we wouldn't have the projection of forty percent of Americans being obese by 2010. To be fair, we must say that low carbohydrate diets and low glycemic loads can speed up the weight loss process, how-



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ever, if low carbs are one's sole consideration - you are in for a rude awakening

         you live for a low carb diet that will work, you will be on an endless crusade and treadmill. To lose weight safely and prevent the common pitfalls of weight loss (i.e. - heart attacks, liver  damage , high blood pressure, Beriberi, arthritis, osteoporosis, periodontal di ease,  cancer, sudden  death, stroke,  kidney  stones, etc.),  one has  to

    protect  themselves from the ravages  of mineral nutritional  deficiencies that result in psychotic eating and free radical damage   generated

by burning body fat

         The burning of body fans not a danger free process. The   com-

bustion of all fuels, including wood, coal, oil, gasoline, sugar and fat, produces wastes, pollution and dangerous combustion  byproducts

including free radicals. These dangerous byproducts cannot be treated



lightly or dismissed out of hand, they must be prevented and neu-

 

tralized  with an aggressive proactive  antioxidant plan.

 

The Principals  of a Low-Carb Diet

In the shortest possible description  and purpose of a low   carb diet, one can say that it is conceived to keep blood sugar levels from

having wild fluctuations . The purpose is to "steady" blood  sugar lev-

els, which will help reduce episodes of ravenous hunger.

Foods that produce a slower rise in blood sugar after being consurned  are  said  to have  a low  glycemic  index. Fat  has  a glycemic

,      index of zero because it does not affect blood sugar directly or immediately. Whole Grain vegetables  and  proteins  are considered low glycernic  foods because  they  produce  a very slow, gradual, time  re­lease increase in blood sugar.

The reality is, low or zero  glycemic  foods do help you  feel    full

longer,  however,  this  theory  presumes  the  reason  that  a  person is

         overweight  or  obese  is just  because  they  can't  control  their eating habits for lack of education, personal will or self   control.

The original Atkins Diet critically slashed carbohydrates (i.e. - bread , pasta, rice, sugared soft drinks, potato chips, cookies and fruit.) which was driven by the Seven Food Group Pyramid and promoted by the USDA, and medical doctors had  caused sixty five percent    of


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Americans to be overweight and forty percent to be obese and tum adult  onset  type II diabetes into  an epidemic disease.

Atkins' followers were allowed large portions of high fat red meat, cheese, butter, and oils that traditional low fat diets had prohibited . The dieter could eat large bowls of greens and low carb vegetables .

The South Beach Diet restricts carbs, fruits, sugars, fat laden meat and cheese.

According to many experts, the reason that low carb diets worked was that, "they were boring, at some point we become so tired of any given thing that we eat, that it has no continuing hedonic effect on us," says Brian Wansink, Ph.D., University of Illinois. Additionally he found that, "the more variety in your diet, the more food you'll eat, as everyone who has dined at a lavish buffet  can   attest."


Therefore,  they  theorize,  "taking the boredom out of a low  carb diet with low carb comfort foods , such as ice cream, chips, and beer could reduce it's effectiveness. "


"Originally, the Atkins diet was black and white ," said Alice H. Lichtenstein , D.Sc., professor of nutrition science and policy at Tufts University. "I can have the steak but  not the baked potato . Now I can have the steak, but I can also have the low carb pasta  on the  side."

In summary, experts believe the reason that the Atkins approach worked was that blood sugar was more stable and that a low carb diet was boring and didn't encourage over eating of total calories.

Net Carbs and  Sugar Alcohols

Sugar alcohols and fermentable carbohydrates are safe, although their consumption may produce diarrhea and gas in susceptible people or following over consumption . There are some studies that show that they can aid in blood sugar control, but there is no evidence that by consuming these foods weight loss will be easy.

In low carb labeling, "net carbs" refers to the total grams of car­ bohydrates per serving minus grams of fiber and sugar alcohols. The term "net carbs" has no legal recognition by the FDA as of 2004 .

Sugar alcohols, or polyols include erythritol, hydrogenated starch hydrolysates [HSH] , isomalt, lactitol, maltitol, mannitol, sorbitol, and xylitol.


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Polyols are not digested in the small intestine the way that regular sugars are. Instead , they pass through to the large intestine, where they are digested by bacterial fermentation. Thus they do not elevate blood sugar and insulin levels as much or as quickly as table sugar does, giving them a low glycemic index. But like sugars, which have 4 calories per gram, they do contribute calories, ranging from a low of 0.2 per gram for erythritol to 3 calories per gram for HSH .

Fermentable carbohydrates include inulin, resistant starch, and polydextrose - this "catchall" refers to smooth, bland-tasting, highly processed ingredients (derived from com) that can be used in place of high carb white flour and counted as fiber. Fermentable carbohy­drates are digested the way that sugar alcohols are. They have be­ tween 1.6 and 2 .5 calories per gram (compared with 4 calories per gram for table sugar and processed starch).

 

Dr. Wallach:S Plan

The Dr. Wallachs See Food Diet is based on principles rather than a carbohydrate, fat or calorie counting regime. I like an ap­proximation of forty percent protein, forty percent fat and twenty percent carbohydrates. This may seem like a lot of calories to the average person, however, when one is well saturated with all of the essential minerals, reasonable portions become automatic - we are no longer driven by a command to eat.

If an individual is physically active or they need to lose twenty five pounds or more, the best approach is to eat four to six small meals per day, or have a hand full of nuts as a between meal snack. It is important to use protein and fat to stabilize blood sugar rather than sugar or low glycernic index carbohydrates.

It is important to eat minimal amounts of fruit and fruit juices , if you are more than twenty five pounds over your ideal weight totally avoid fruit and juices  altogether - eat more  vegetables.


Drink eight glasses of water each day (if you are active and physi­cally working or exercising you will want to add a complete nutrient sports-energy drink concentrate to your daily water supply).

Do not eat after 7:00 p.m. (except for celebrations or special events).


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No fried foods, margarines, cooking oils, meat cooked well done or burnt  fats.

No carbonated drinks, caffeine or sugar (there can be celebration exceptions,  however,  these  exceptions should be rare).

Avoid breads, cereals, pasta, rice and potatoes. If a sandwich is to be eaten, use multi-grain breads - and then it is best  for you  to eat only one slice of  the bread  or only the bottom half  of the  bun.

Breakfast should always be eaten, preferably including eggs, un­processed meat and vegetables (tomatoes are to  be  preferred over fruit - they have far more  nutrients  than  fruit and a lot less  sugar).

Lunches can be large salads with grilled meat, fish or poultry added. Remember, croutons are bread.  Put  the dressing on the side. At home you will want to use a high ORAC value juice (noni, mangosteen)  or juice  blend  for  a  salad  dressing.  When  dining out

you will want to use "Dr. Wallach's Salad Fork  Trick."

Dr. Wallach's Salad Fork Trick is simply performed by dipping a salad fork 1/4 inch into the dish of salad dressing and shaking off the excess. This simple procedure will allow you to taste the salad dress­ ing, yet give up ninety five percent  of the  calories.

The most important part of Dr. Wallach 's See Food Diet has been left until the last. The supplement program should include all of the ninety (90) essential nutrients. Specifically; the minerals should come from a plant source. Obviously, for most of us ("culinary" ashes from wood fires are no longer available) that means the consumption of a liquid plant derived colloidal  mineral  supplement  with a minimum of seventy seven minerals at the concentration of 19,000 mg per quart.

These liquid minerals should be taken at the rate of one ounce per hundred pounds of body weight as a maintenance dose. For ex­ ample, a 100 pound person would take one ounce per day in a split dose or one half ounce (one tablespoon) twice per day. A 200 pound person would take two ounces per day; a 300 pound person would take three ounces per day and so on.

For those individuals needing to lose twenty five pounds or more the supplement level can be increased to one and one quarter ounces (1 1/4 oz) per  100 pounds of body weight.





The 10 Bad Foods (and Good Foods to Eat)

Below are recommendations from Dr. Joel Wallach and Dr. Peter Glidden that everybody must  ELIMINATE from their diet.

10 BAD FOODS:

  1. WheatNo Gluten
  2. Barley
  3. Rye
  4. Oats, Oatmeal – even if it says that it’s gluten free.
  5. Fried Food – nothing fried! You should boil, broil or bake and never more than medium rare for red meat.
  6. Oils – Yes, this includes Olive Oil! NO canola, NO coconut, etc… If it has OIL in the name don’t use it. This also includes anything made from oil, like salad dressing. Dr. Wallach recommends using salt and lemon juice as a salad dressing. No margarine or combo spreads. No mayonnaise. Nothing made from oils.
  7. No burned fats – If you grill your food, try to have something between the food and the fire (like aluminium foil) so the juice doesn’t drip onto the flame and deposit dangerous things on the meat.
  8. Any nitrates added to meat – (ie: deli meats) tell your butcher NO NITRATES or NITRITES!
  9. No carbonated drinks of any kind within one hour before, during or one hour after meals.
  10. Skin of a baked potato (or yam, or sweet potato). If you boil a potato, you can eat the skins.

If you would like to watch a detailed webinar on the 10 Bad Foods by Dr. Peter Glidden,

If you would like the above list in a printable format – CLICK HERE

Coconut Oil – Dr. Glidden Explains - CLICK to LISTEN


GOOD FOODS:

  • Eggs
    • TO COOK EGGS YOU MAY:
    • Poach; This is his number one choice because the water never reaches a temperature greater than 212 degrees.
    • Scramble with butter over very low heat and only until they are just setting up. If you can hear them cooking it’s too hot.
    • Soft boil with the yolk still runny. Some call them “2 minute eggs”
    • Raw Eggs are good BUT you must increase your Biotin. This can be done by taking the Hair, Skin & Nails capsules.
  • Salt
  • Dairy
  • Fish
  • Chicken
  • Pork
  • Lamb
  • Beef—rare/medium rare
  • Veggies
  • Fruit
  • Mixed, Salted Nuts—no peanuts
  • Nut Butters—no extra sugar
  • Rice
  • Millet
  • Pure Buckwheat (Isn’t wheat).
  • Beans
  • Couscous (made from pearl millet only).
  • Quinoa
  • Corn (GMO Free)
  • Coffee, Tea, Green tea, Red wine.
  • 4-8, 8oz glasses of filtered water each day. Avoid soft plastic bottles.
  • Lard (yes, lard!)

Any carbohydrate (except oatmeal) that is “Gluten Free” is OK.

20,000 ORAC (Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity) points of antioxidants daily.
Here is a list of foods and their ORAC values – CLICK HERE

Below are some of Youngevity’s products and their ORAC values. These are the primary ones that Dr. Wallach recommends.

ORAC FAQ Flyer – CLICK HERE


HERE ARE SOME THINGS THAT DR. WALLACH SAYS YOU SHOULD DO:

  • Salt your food to taste – To properly digest your food you need stomach acid and salt helps in the creation of stomach acid.
  • Use Butter - Margarine is simply oil in a solid state. If you cook with butter, make sure the heat is low enough that the butter doesn’t turn brown in the pan.




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