SLP Student Food Plan

Dr. Shagufta Feroz SLP Student Food Plan

Introduction to SLP Student Food Plan

Before starting following any of the SLP Food Plans, the first step is to watch these two videos to understand that what is SLP and how can we follow SLP Food Plan.

SLP 8-Rules of Correct Eating

Secondly learn and understand 8-Rules of Correct Eating. which are the basic principles of this food plan, without understanding the rules you will not be able to follow the plan.

SLP Holistic Student Food Plan

The objective of this plan for students is to improve their mental abilities by focusing on memory, concentration, and physical energy. This plan will improve or maintain eyesight as well. During examinations students should eat after every three hours. Be careful about milk intake, it is one hour before or three hours after the meals. Take milk always with shaker and can add Ovaltine as well. People who are already following SLP food plan can also modify their plans by selecting foods from this plan. Remember without eight rules of diet correction, you will not get any positive holistic health results from this food plan. Select four or more than four food options but take them in a rotation i.e. only one food group per day and follow the time precisely.

SLP Student Eating Schedule

  1. SLP PRE-BREAKFAST (PBF)
  2. SECOND SLP PRE-BREAKFAST
  3. SLP BREAKFAST (BF)
  4. SNACK
  5. SLP LUNCH
  6. SLP EVENING SNACKS
  7. SLP DINNER
  8. POST DINNER SNACK (PDS)

1. SLP PRE-BREAKFAST (PBF):

Within first few minutes of waking up.

  • 2-3 Dates.
  • 2-3 Figs.
  • 2-3 Prunes.
  • 2-3 Dried Apricots.
  • Honey Water or one table spoon of Honey.
  • 8-10 Raisins.
  • 8-10 Blue Berries or Gogi Berries.
  • 5-7 Almonds.
  • 2-3 Walnuts.
  • 5-7 Cashews.
  • Organic Seeds (Char Maghaz).
  • 8-10 Peanuts.
  • 6-7 Pistachio.
  • 8-10 Pine Nuts.
  • Single Fruit.

Within one hour take breakfast, if cannot manage then take a second PBF, within this gap 1-2 glasses of water can also be taken.

2. SECOND SLP PRE-BREAKFAST:

After half an hour of first PBF, only if breakfast is going to get late.

  • Yogurt with Cane Sugar (Warm in winters).
  • Raw Warm Milk with Raw Sugar.
  • Mix Fruits.
  • Lemonade / Shakes / Lasi (Only in summers).
  • Mix Nuts
  • Milk Coffee with Sugar

Breakfast should be taken within one to two hours of second PBF.

3. SLP BREAKFAST (BF):

Select one food combination per day and take it in a fulfilling quantity. Try to use organic butter or desi ghee or coconut oil for preparing breakfast foods.

Whole grain bread/Roti/whole grain pita with following options:

  • Omelet/Fried Egg/Scrambled Egg (Desi or Organic).
  • Potato with skin (Cutlets, Bhujia, Boiled, Baked).
  • Meat (Kababs, Keema, Meat Curry, Koftay, Roast).
  • Cheese.
  • Fish/Prawns.
  • Organ Meat (Liver, Brain, Kidney).
  • Natural Jam.
  • Leftover Salan.
  • Hommus or Chickpeas Curry.
  • Organic Cereal with Raw Milk and Raw Sugar.
  • French Toast.
  • Stuffed Prathas.
  • Organic Desserts.

Green tea with raw sugar in small quantity.

4. SNACK:

Three to Four hours after the breakfast but it is optional.

  • Mix Fruits.
  • Mix Nuts.
  • French Fries.
  • Nimko.
  • Desserts.
  • Shakes(Only in summer)
  • Corn.
  • Warm milk with shakar.
  • Junk Foods.

5. SLP LUNCH:

Avoid breads, chapatti, rice, pita, nan and raw salads.

  • Roti with salan and raita.
  • Noodles/Pasta.
  • Chana Chat/Dahibarey.
  • Fish/Kababs/Steaks.
  • French Fries/Baked/Mashed Potato/Boiled Potato.

6. SLP EVENING SNACKS:

Three to four hours after lunch, but optional.

  • Mix Fruits.
  • Mix Nuts.
  • Dessert.
  • Coffee with Sugar.
  • Warm milk with shakar /shakes.

7. SLP DINNER:

Avoid boiled rice, nan, pita and raw salads.

  • Roti or fried rice with salan and raita.
  • English food.

Green tea with raw sugar.

When you want to dine out avoid taking rice, nan, drinks, juices and desserts with your foods.

8. POST DINNER SNACK (PDS):

Only If the gap between meal and sleep is of 3hours or more and go to sleep soon after taking this snack.

  • Raw Warm Milk with little Raw Sugar.
  • Mix Fruits.
  • Mix Nuts.
  • Desserts.