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Stage Three--- Maintenance

Consider this Maintenance section to be a recommendation for a way of life to maintain a strong, healthy body. Over the next few weeks you will be adding in foods that you are not sensitive to and that support your overall health. Listen to your body! The supplements are the minimum amount recommended to not only keep your body free from Candida, but also able to correct many other potential imbalances.

Examples of foods you may wish to enjoy occasionally:

  • Apples (best if peeled)
  • Berries (all types)
  • Breads (whole grains) if you are not allergic
  • Corn Chips, Crackers (whole grain) if not allergic
  • Kiwi (not too ripe)
  • Muffins (whole grains, made with Stevia etc.)
  • Papayas
  • Pancakes (whole grain if tolerated)
  • Pears (best if peeled)
  • Rice cakes (if tolerated) 1 -3 servings weekly
  • Tortillas (whole grain if tolerated)

Note: The most common allergenic foods should be the last you attempt to reintroduce into your diet. A partial listing is: wheat, oats, barley and rye (all of which contain gluten), caffeine (as in coffee, colas, chocolates etc.), dairy products, strawberries, corn, potatoes, soy, mushrooms, peanuts, yeast, shell fish, red meats, sugar, excessive sweets, sweet fruits, and of course, aspartame, MSG, sulfites, artificial colors and flavors along with "junk food" of all kinds.

And, if you are tempted you should know that the caffeine from one cup of coffee, tea, or soft drink can kill up to 75% of the friendly bacteria in your intestinal tract.

Food and Supplement Guidelines

30 minutes (or more)
prior to breakfast

1 Morgan Pro I
1Morgan Pro II
1Immune
8-12oz pure non-chlorinated water w/1 Tbsp Liquid Chlorophyll
 

Breakfast

Foods from "What to Eat" section and "Occasional" list
2 Super 20 or 2 Super 50+
1 CO-Q10 300X
1 AZ 2-12
 

1 to 2 hrs.
after breakfast
 

8-12oz pure non-chlorinated water with Sedona Spark to tsp or 25 to 50 drops
 

30 min. prior to lunch

8-12oz pure non-chlorinated water w/1 - 3 drops of an essential oil (Lemon, Lime, or Grapefruit)
1 Morgan Pro I
1 Morgan Pro II
 

Lunch

Foods from "What to Eat" section and "Occasional" list
 

1 to 2 hrs.
after lunch
 

8-12oz pure non-chlorinated water with Sedona Spark to tsp or 25 to 50 drops
 

30 Min. prior to dinner

1 Morgan Pro I
1Morgan Pro II
1Immune
8-12oz pure non-chlorinated water w/1 - 3 drops of essential oil (Lemon, Lime, or Grapefruit)
 

Dinner

Foods from "What to Eat" section and "Occasional" list
2 Super 20 or 1 Super 50+
1 AZ 2-12
 

1 to 2 hrs.
after dinner
 

8-12oz pure non-chlorinated water with Sedona Spark to tsp or 25 to 50 drops

Just before retiring

8-12oz pure non-chlorinated water w/1 Tbsp Chlorophyll
 

Note: If hungry between meals, drink 8-12 oz of pure non-chlorinated water with to 1 tsp of Solar Sea Salt.

Remember your need for fiber. The daily recommendation is 20-35 grams of fiber for the average adult. By continuing with this amount or more, your intestinal tract keeps things moving through regularly. Be advised that to maintain optimum health, you should supplement this fiber with the Herbal Fiber Cleanse two to four times per year for a minimum of one week. .

Now that we are into our Stage Three Maintenance program, it would be a good time to review the lifestyle recommendations, to make sure that we are doing all that we should for our total wellness.

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