Arthritis and Rheumatism Diet

> No refined grains, sugars, pasta
> Low salt, baked goods, breads, or processed cereals
> Low foods containing preservatives
> Low coffee, black tea
> Limited red meats, sweets, dairy products, alcohol
> Less than 20% acid-forming foods (see chart in D-Tox Diet section)
> Lots of raw fruits and vegetables
> Avoid nightshade family; tomatoes, potatoes, peppers

Before Breakfast: One tablespoon Cod Liver Oil taken straight or in two tablespoons of orange juice or milk, thoroughly shaken, 30 – 60 minutes before breakfast. Nothing else to be taken before breakfast.

Breakfast: One tablespoon apple cider vinegar and 1/2 tablespoon unpasteurized honey in 1/2 cup warm water, or 2 Apple Cider Vinegar tablets. Fruit meal – a little yogurt can be added. It is preferred to have one type of fruit only, e.g. a bowl of cherries and yogurt, or a grapefruit.

Supplements: 2 Calcium/Magnesium, 2 Multiminerals, 2 R-throherb, Krill / Black Currant Oil (2,000 mg), Glucosamine sulfate (GLS, 1000 mg), Methyl Suffonyl Methane (MSM, 1000 mg).

Morning Snack: (if desired) Piece of fruit or vegetable, e.g. carrot sticks or celery or vegetable broth; cottage cheese or yogurt plus 500 mg Vitamin C (Vitamin C compulsory).

Lunch: Major part of meal should be a green salad. Soup or a vegetable can also be eaten.
Supplements: Vitamin C 500 mg, 1 Tablespoon Aloe Vera, 2 R-throherb, 400 IU Vitamin E.

Afternoon Snack: Similar to morning snack.

Supper: Big salad, variety of cooked vegetables, a casserole, grain (preferably millet or buckwheat); fish or a little meat can be eaten if desired.
Supplements: Same as for breakfast.

Evening Snack: Same as morning snack.

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