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SLP Eight Rules of Diet Correction

Diet correction stands for eating natural foods correctly. When you follow below mentioned 8-rules of diet correction, your body goes into a healing mode. The objective is to harmonize your personal food routine with the internal biological rhythms and repair liver. When we eat natural foods correctly only then they become body compatible, absorb optimum, and work holistically. Here are the SLP 8- Diet Correction rules:

    1. Selection of Natural Foods
    2. Favourite Foods Should Be Selected
    3. Correct Food Timings
    4. How Much To Eat
    5. Correct Food Combinations
    6. Food Rotation
    7. Food Temperature
    8. Correct Water Intake

1. Selection of Natural Foods

Avoid all processed or un-natural foods, bran products, transfats rich foods, skim milk, white flour based foods and genetically modified foods. Focus on natural foods ( living foods). Start with raw butter, desi ghee, whole grains, raw sugar, desi or free range eggs/chicken and whole milk.

2. Favourite Foods Should Be Selected

Listen to your body while selecting natural foods for your meals.

3. Correct Food Timings

This rule is based on Acupuncture philosophy of circulation of Chi and the rhythm of a human 24-hours body clock located in brain. The most important meals are breakfast and dinner, and we have to be very careful regarding their timings. Breakfast should be taken as early as possible after waking up and breakfast time scale is 5 a.m. to 9 a.m. If an early breakfast is not possible then a pre-breakfast of foods rich in antioxidants like dates, figs, nuts, raisins, prunes or honey water should be taken within 10 minutes of waking up. Adrenal glands and the Liver are the important organs which are activated within the first few minutes of waking up, and they need quick boosting from small portions of foods. Then from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. body’s intellectual or mental functions are dominant, so avoid heavy lunch and replace it with small portions of various snacks.. From 4 p.m. – 9 p.m. the body is again in digestive mode so dinner should be eaten during this time. The Liver is rejuvenated or repaired every night between 1 a.m. – 3 a.m. and therefore do not eat any thing during this time.

4. How Much To Eat

Decide your food portion on your own and listen to your body. If you correct your food timings, your hunger centre will be activated to control your food intake. Don’t indulge yourself into calorie counting, let higher bodies take decisions for your well being.

5. Correct Food Combinations

Correct food combinations are essentially required for the control of insulin/leptin levels, tissue/blood ph, blood/lymph circulation and body temperature. Simple and complex carbohydrates cannot be mixed. Simple carbohydrates are digested within half an hour whereas complex carbohydrates take three and a half hours to digest. Therefore all fruits, desserts, juices or soft drinks should be taken either half an hour before the meal or three and half hours after the meals. This precaution will save you from repeated reactive hypoglycemic shocks, hormonal imbalance, cardiac problem, obesity, chronic indigestion and other serious degenerative disorders like cancers. Another important combination is of combining various food groups, i.e. acidic, alkaline and neutral foods. Try to combine fruits, and nuts from three chemical food groups to keep the blood ph close to neutral, which is essential for normal function of the liver and biorhythms. Milk, or coffee is one hour before or three to three and half hours after major meals.

6. Food Rotation

Avoid repetition of foods, because after few days, excess of one food starts accumulating toxic metabolites in our system. The healing value of food starts decreasing and due to ph shift side effects start increasing.

7. Food Temperature

Temperature of foods and liquids taken is extremely important. You cannot combine warm meals and chilled drinks at the same meal. It puts extra load on your stomach and liver because food needs to be close to body temperature before digestion.

8. Correct Water Intake

Correct water intake is very essential. Before excretion water goes through a complex water metabolism and hence should be taken with care. Avoid cold or chilled water, it impairs cardiovascular circulation. Approximately 16-20 glasses of water in winters and 20-30 glasses of water should be taken in summers. Water should be taken half an hour before or one and half hours after a meal.

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Side Effects of Crash Dieting

Side Effects of Crash Dieting

Crash diet is a way to lose weight in very short time span, it will give you rapid results. With the help of crash dieting you will be able to lose weight in less time. It allows you to lose 600 to 700 calories a day. One would think that what is crash dieting and what are its consequences, how on would make use of it. It is obviously uncomfortable for someone who starts doing crash dieting, but you will be able to lose 10 to 20 pounds in fewer days. One who is trying crash diet to lose weight, the major reason that he adopts crash dieting may be there could be a wedding function, date or something similar coming up.

All your achievement will depend upon what you are aiming for, you will achieve what you are thinking or what you want to achieve. Crash diet could be very effective if you need to lose weight in few days to look attractive on the event upcoming. The implementation of crash dieting is hard as it restricts the calorie intake and it is very Monotone. It can be dangerous and if you talk about instant lose weight then crash diet side effects are also there. You are preventing your body from having valuable calories and healthy nutrition, it means you are not only lost weight in short time but you are putting extra stress on your body as well. It will weakens your thinking capacity as well, you may get patient of anxiety.

There are most of the people who achieve the level of insanity by taking crash diet to a new level. Yes we are talking about tapeworm, people purposely infect themselves with it to lose weight. What is the point of being slim, staying alive is more important thing than being slim. Don’t do such things which can cost your life, if you want to adopt crash dieting then crash diet side effects are also there for you.

Common Side Effects of Crash Dieting

Crash dieting leads to many side effects in the body which are:

  • Anxiety and depression.
  • Weakness and lethargy.
  • Decreased attention span.
  • Lowered self esteem.
  • Anorexia nervosa.
  • Bulimia.
  • Compulsive eating and rebound obesity.
  • Hypertension and heart disease.
  • Ulcers and constipation.
  • Gall and kidney stones.
  • Anemia and numbness of limbs.
  • Dizziness.
  • Dry skin and skin rashes.
  • Irregular menstrual Cycles.
  • Infertility.
  • Gout.

SLP Ramadan Food Plan

SLP Ramadan Food Plan

People suffer from few specific ailments especially after the month of Ramadan, which are stomach problems, general weakness, bloating, palpitation, insomnia and weight gain etc. I believe that the objective of a fast is to give you holistic health and give rest to those organs which are working 24 hours especially the digestive tract. Remember putting a single drop of water in mouth actives your whole digestive system. Unfortunately in our society this month has turned into a food festival month, and we eat huge amount of junk foods which are mainly composed of white flour products baked or fried in cooking oil. So instead of being cleansed, liver is overloaded with transfats, and other toxins. These dead junk foods pollute inner chemical environment, apply a block to mind, body, soul connection, and you will be deprived of fasting spiritual benefits.. If you are looking for some enlightenment or real peace, and physical health in Ramadan do follow the given plan. Before starting this plan you need to understand the SLP 8-Rules of Correct Eating and an SLP Adult Food Plan.

For best results follow correct timings, food combination and food rotation. People who are already following SLP can fix their plan according to the Ramadan rules, and select the aftar foods from the Ramadan plan. Your prescribed Pre-breakfast and breakfast will become pre-sehri and sehri. If you have less time then don’t take pre-sehri and start with four table spoons of sweet or salty yogurt or lasi. If you are a weight watcher, eat very little aftari and directly have dinner. Many people replace dinner with aftar foods and fall sick after Ramadan. People having multiple doses of medicines are suppose to consult their doctors before fasting. If you are going to follow SLP Ramadan Plan for the first time do share your experiences after Eid and share this plan as much as you can with your family and friends for better healthcare in this holy month. Try to sleep at least 2-3 hours at night to get maximum benefits out of this plan.

SLP Ramadan Eating Schedule

  1. PRE SEHRI
  2. SEHRI
  3. AFTAR
  4. DINNER
  5. POST DINNER SNACK
  6. WATER INTAKE

1. PRE SEHRI:

  • Within first 2-3 minutes of waking up, only if there is an interval of 45min. between waking up and azan. For pre- sehri you need to sleep at night otherwise take sehri directly and skip the pre-sehri. If you are following SLP take pre-breakfast as pre-sehri otherwise select from the SLP adult food plan. Choose four options and take one option a day and follow a rotational pattern. If you wake up one hour before, then 30 minutes after first pre sehri take yogurt or lasi and 5 to 10 minutes later sehri can be eaten. If you do not sleep then skip first pre sehri and start from water and yogurt.
  • Water intake is before sehri, therefore you can take 2-4 glasses between pre-sehri and sehri.
  • Tea can be taken 5-10 minutes before taking sehri meal.

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. SEHRI:

  • Do not take bakar khani, pheoni, pratha in sehri. Take roti or whole wheat bread with egg, kabab, potato cutlets or bhujia, cheese, butter, honey, salan or yogurt on a four days rotational plan. Aloo ka pratha is better than the plain pratha, it can be taken only twice a week. If you do not feel like eating heavy meal, you can opt between wheat daliya, milk shake, yogurt shake, yogurt and shaker but do take a very fulfilling sehri.
  • Do take few sips of green Tea with little shaker after the sehri.
  • No water and tea after the sehri. Patients with various ailments can take the medicines after food with little water.

3. AFTAR:

Avoid white flour products and do not mix sweet and salty foods together.

  • If break your fast with sweet foods like dates, fruit chat, milk drinks, juices, lasi, shakes, cold coffee or lemonade then take your dinner after 30-60 minutes. Water or tea has to be taken before dinner. Take salty aftari with your dinner or break your fast with salty foods like pakorey, chana chat, dahi barey but no dates and drinks. Now fruits or desserts will come three and half hours after the dinner. Few pakorey fried in desi ghee give energy, so take them with dinner.
  • Do not skip dinner because eleven months you body is in a habit of taking dinner. If you want to enjoy aftar parties only two days a week skip dinner and take a heavy aftari (pakorey, chana chat, dahibarey, kababs, cutlets, chicken, sandwiches, noodles or pasta).
  • Frying should be in the mustard oil or desi ghee.

4. DINNER:

Routine meal which means roti or fried rice with salan, yogurt and kachumar and then little green tea with shakar.

5. POST DINNER SNACK:

If awake for 3-4 hours after the dinner then can take warm milk with shakar, mix fruits, dessert or mix nuts before sleep.

6. WATER INTAKE:

You have to take about 12-18 glasses of water in summer and about 10-12 in winter, and avoid taking water with or after the meals.

SLP Diet For Dengue

SLP Diet For Dengue

Patients suffering from dengue should be diagnosed on time,
otherwise any delay in the treatment may lose the life of the
patient. The healthier foods are added in the diet plan of
dengue patients as patient gets very weak after having heavy
dose medicines and less food.
This plan is for a patient suffering from dengue, and it has to
be followed for 5-7 days:
• 25-30 raisins for the pre-breakfast (within 2-3 minutes
of waking up).
• For breakfast Yogurt, or desi daliya with milk or egg or
yogurt or yakhni.
• Three hours after breakfast fresh apple juice with one
table spoon of lemon or natural apple vinegar.
• For lunch brown rice khichiri with yogurt or wheat daliya
with shorba.
• Three hours after lunch mix fruits especially
papaya,grapes and anar can be taken.
• For dinner again take khichiri with yogurt or wheat
daliya.
• Half a cup of green tea with shaker has to be taken three
times a day after the meals.
• Boiled potato, corn, yakhni and cheese are also helpful.
• Food should be cooked in white butter or desi ghee.
• Take Darood sharif charged (dum karke) water to
overcome fear.

The healthier foods are added in the diet plan of dengue patients as patient gets very weak after having heavy dose medicines and less food. In that condition, the diet for dengue patient should include healthier foods such as oranges, papaya, herbal tea, coconut water, juices of vegetables, soup and fruit juices etc. For the quick recovery, doctors suggested very healthy diet for dengue patient as it will surely help the patient for quick recovery. Dengue treatment requires the patient to take heavy doses due to which the amount of food will be less and they become weak. There is no specific treatment for dengue virus is created or any other vaccines.

You should consult to doctor if you think you are suffering from dengue virus, they will guide you better to cure your disease. Dengue is an infection and a very fatal disease. Take pain relievers with acetaminophen but not the medicines with aspirin. Consult the best doctor, take rest as much as you could as it is very necessary for you in that condition. Drink vegetable juices, plenty of fluids and eat healthy foods. As the amount of patient who are infected with Dengue virus is increasing, so there should be a vaccine which prevent dengue to infect human body. So it’s all upon you to take care of yourself and protect yourself from Dengue virus.

There are necessary precautions to get you protected from dengue. You need to adopt these precautions so that dengue will not infect your body and we can stop dengue killings by adopting these precautions. To prevent illness from dengue environmental management of mosquitoes and personal protections of human being is very necessary. Stay in air conditioned or well-screened housing, use mosquito repellent, reduce mosquito habitat and wear protective clothing to save yourself from dengue infection.

This plan is for a patient suffering from dengue, and it has to be followed for 5-7 days:

  • 25-30 raisins for the pre-breakfast (within 2-3 minutes of waking up).
  • For breakfast Yogurt, or desi daliya with milk or egg or yogurt or yakhni.
  • Three hours after breakfast fresh apple juice with one table spoon of lemon or natural apple vinegar.
  • For lunch brown rice khichiri with yogurt or wheat daliya with shorba.
  • Three hours after lunch mix fruits especially papaya,grapes and anar can be taken.
  • For dinner again take khichiri with yogurt or wheat daliya.
  • Half a cup of green tea with shaker has to be taken three times a day after the meals.
  • Boiled potato, corn, yakhni and cheese are also helpful.
  • Food should be cooked in white butter or desi ghee.
  • Take Darood sharif charged (dum karke) water to overcome fear.

SLP Student Food 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.
Students who are already following SLP food plan can also
modify their plans by selecting foods from this 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. Before starting this plan understand SLP 8-Rules of
Correct Eating

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):

Take within first two to three minutes of first wake up,
before leaving the bed and without rinsing mouth.
• 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
• 5-7 Almonds.
• 1-2 Walnuts.
• 5-7 Cashews.
• Organic Seeds (Char Maghaz).
• 8-10 Peanuts.
• 6-7 Pistachio.
• 8-10 Pine Nuts.
• Single Fruit.
After 10-15 minutes have 1-2 glasses of warm or plain water,
after 15 minutes have breakfast or take second prebreakfast.

2. SECOND SLP PRE-BREAKFAST:

• Yogurt with Cane Sugar (Warm in winters).
• Raw Warm Milk with shakar.
• Mix Fruits.
• Lemonade / Shakes / Lasi (Only in summers).
• Mix Nuts
• Milk Coffee always with little white sugar
One and half hour later breakfast should be taken

3. SLP BREAKFAST (BF):

Select one food combination per day and take it in a fulfilling
quantity. Try to use raw butter or desi ghee for preparing
breakfast foods.
Whole grain bread/Roti/whole grain pita with following
options:
• Omelet/Fried Egg/Scrambled Egg
• Potato with skin (Cutlets, Bhujia, Boiled, Baked, mashed).
• Meat (Kababs, Keema, Meat Curry, Koftay, Roast, Fish,
prawns). Avoid broiler chicken and beef
• Cheese.
• Natural Jam.
• Leftover Salan.
• Hommus or Chickpeas Curry.
• Organic Cereal with raw milk and raw Sugar.
• French Toast.
• Stuffed Prathas.
• Organic Desserts.
• Pancakes
Green tea with raw sugar in small quantity.

4. SLP MORNING SNACK:

Three to Four hours after the breakfast but it is optional.
• Mix Fruits.
• Mix Nuts.
• Coffee with Sugar.
• Nimko.
• Desserts

5. -SLP LUNCH: Between 1-3pm

Avoid breads, chapatti, rice, pita, nan and raw salads.
• Noodles/Pasta.
• Chana Chat/Dahibarey.
• Beans/Chick Peas.
• Fruit Yogurt/Smoothies/Shakes/Cold Coffee.
• Fish/Kababs/Steaks.
• Compound Salads.
• Soups.
• French Fries/Baked/Mashed Potato.
• Corn.
• Mix Nuts and Seeds.
• Natural Energy Bar.
• Coffee with Desserts.

6. SLP EVENING SNACKS:

Three to four hours after lunch, but optional.
• Mix Fruits.
• Mix Nuts.
• Dessert.
• Coffee with Sugar.
• Nimko

7. SLP DINNER:

Avoid boiled rice, nan, raw salads, broiler chicken and beef
Start with clear broth or soups then have
• Roti with Curry and Raita
• Continental/Chinese/Sandwitches.
Green tea with raw sugar.

8. POST DINNER SNACK (PDS):

Only If the gap between meal and sleep is of 3-4 hours or
more and go to sleep soon after taking this snack.
• Raw Warm Milk with little Raw Sugar.
• Mix Fruits.
• Mix Nuts.
• Desserts.

SLP Toddler Food Plan

SLP Toddler Food Plan

Toddler is a child between 12 and 36 months of age. During
this period of development the child acquires a sense of
autonomy and independence through the mastery of various
specialized tasks such as control of body functions,
refinement of motor and language skills, and acquisition of
socially acceptable behavior, especially toleration of delayed
gratification and acceptance of separation from the mother
or parents
A young mother with a toddler is misdirected by media,
friends and grandparents. Everybody wanted to show their
love and affection by sharing their experience of bringing up
children. Grandparents pamper their grand children by
offering them real food or junk food at odd timings.

Remember human child has a harmony in his/her body system since the birth. As growth and development is happening in the body, any toxic food introduced at this stage goes into the deeper layers of developing body organs and will result in their dysfunction at a later age. Science has proven that poor selection of food at this tender age leads to serious health disorders which manifest physically approximately at the age of 20 plus. In my clinical practice I see that general status of health of an infant or a toddler is being declined. Malnourished babies have pale complexions, dark circles, are under weight and suffer from recurrent chest or stomach infections. Common causes are undernourishment during pregnancy, poor quality of mother’s milk, early introduction of formula milk and unhealthy foods given.  Mothers should breast feed their infants till the age of two years to give them a strong immune system and balanced mental health as well. If due to some medical reason mother is unable to nurse the baby, then give them goat milk or diluted cow’s milk. Start their day with milk feed, give them milk always about 30-60 minutes before solid food and never mix it with food. Weaning starts from 6th months onward, and always introduce one food at a time and carry on with that food for 3-5 days. Food options are yolk of half boiled organic egg, sweet yogurt, mix fruit puree, semolina or suji kheer, brown rice pudding or kheer, egg pudding, potato pudding or kheer, mash potato with raw butter or cream cheese till the age of one year. Give brown rice khichiri or whole grain wheat cereal with mince, vegetables, bone broth or yakhni at their major meal timings after the age of one year. At age 2 start your traditional meals like whole wheat chapatti with curries. Egg noodles, whole grain pasta, fish, are other healthy food choices but avoid artificial sauces and taste enhancers. For better bone and muscle growth give your toddler soups or yakhni.
Give them natural desserts for good brain development.
Mix nuts should be part of their snack time, make energy snacks with grains and nuts. Power of mix nut can be added
in soups, desserts or even khichiri. Dry fruits like dates, raisins, berries, apricot, prunes or figs should be given at their snack time. Forget about the quantity of food but do follow the basic food disciplineaccording to SLP 8-rules of Correct Eating.

FOODS WHICH SHOULD BE AVOIDED

  • Formula Milk.
    • Processed Cereals.
    • Packaged juices, fizzy drinks and fruit concentrates.
    • Avoid burgers, pizza, chicken products, candies, and
    chocolates.
    • Avoid prathas or fried stuff before the age of two years.
    Try to avoid allopathic medicines as much as possible,
    because they will make their liver dysfunctional and disease
    is seen at an early age. Children suffering from ADHD, autism,
    allergies are having dysfunctional liver since young age. A
    dysfunctional liver makes a child cranky, restless and suffers
    from poor immunity.
    DO NO’T USE MICROWAVE TO MAKE YOUR BABIES FEED.
    TRAIN YOUR BABY TO SLEEP EARLY AT NIGHT.
    DON’T MAKE YOUR CHILD A SCREEN ADDICT.

SLP Child Food Plan

SLP Child Food Plan

This food plan is applicable for the age of three to eight years.

If you have followed a healthy pre-conception, and pregnancy plan, your child must be healthy and free from frequent attacks of infections at this stage. Remember your child is turning into a human being with an awareness about his choices, or ego is being developed. Apply SLP 8-rules of diet correction since the young age, so that dietary discipline goes into their body roots. This discipline will protect them from repeated infections and will get optimum growth. Do not give food at a wrong time, otherwise they will apply mental block against food and will result in loss of appetite, food issues should be resolved after having mutual food discussions.

During school days make them get up one hour before the time they have to leave for school. Start their days with pre-breakfast, give them shower or let them run, or play or ride a bicycle for 10-15 minutes.

SLP Child Food Plan Eating Schedule

  1. Breakfast
  2. School Snack
  3. Lunch
  4. Evening Snack
  5. Dinner

1. Breakfast:

  • Whole wheat bread or roti with egg, kabab, cutlet, cheese, fish, honey, nutella, peanut butter.
  • French Toast.
  • Stuffed Pratha (With Potato, Raw Sugar, Keema, Daal).
  • Whole Grain Cereal.
  • French Fries.

Green tea: 2-4 Table Spoons

2. School Snack:

  • Sandwitch of same foods which were given for breakfast.
  • Shakes or Hot Chocolate.
  • Energy Bars.
  • Mix Nuts
  • Junk Foods

3. Lunch:

    • Chapatti with desi ghee cooked curries and little yogurt.
    • Egg noodles, whole grain pasta are other healthy food choices but avoid artificial sauces and taste enhancers.
    • Fried rice or pulao.
    • Brown rice with curry.

    Green tea: 2-4 Table Spoons

    Warm milk with shakar or milk shake in 3-4 hours after lunch.

    1-2 hours later is evening snack time.

4. Evening Snack:

  • Mix Fruits.
  • Mix Nuts.
  • Desserts
  • Junk Foods

5. Dinner:

Same as lunch or routine home cooked foods.

Green tea: 2-4 Table Spoons

If awake for 3 hours then.

  • Another cup of warm milk with shakkar.
  • Desserts.
  • Mix Nuts.

Special Instructions:

  • For better bone and muscle growth give your child soups or yakhni or half boiled eggs especially in winters.
  • Give them natural desserts for good brain development.
  • Mix nuts should be part of their snack time. Make energy snacks with grains and nuts.
  • Dry fruits like dates, raisins, berries, apricot, prunes or figs should be given at their snack time.
  • Be careful about child milk intake, do not give them milk in breakfast alone or with foods, it is bad for their health.

FOODS WHICH SHOULD BE AVOIDED:

  • Formula Milk.
  • Processed Cereals.
  • Packaged juices, fizzy drinks and fruit concentrates.
  • Avoid frequent intake of burgers, pizza, and chicken products.
  • Try to avoid allopathic medicines as much as possible, because they will make their liver dysfunctional and disease is seen at an early age. Children suffering from ADHD, autism, allergies are having dysfunctional liver. A dysfunctional liver makes a child cranky, restless and suffers from poor immunity. Take them to a qualified Homeopath or use natural remedies for their minor ailments.

SLP Pregnancy Food Plan

SLP Pregnancy Food Plan

A pregnant female has to be very careful about what she
eats. In our culture she is guided by the elders of the family
regarding her food intake, which is partially correct. The
objective of my food plan in pregnancy is to maintain their
weight between 7-14 kg, actual weight gain required by a
pregnant female. Whoever gains weight more than this range
keeps on struggling to shed this extra weight throughout her
life. Remember extra weight gained during pregnancy is a
permanent weight gain, and will keep on bouncing back after
every crash diet.
SLP during pregnancy prevents and controls blood pressure,
pregnancy diabetes, swelling or oedema, nausea, vomiting,
acidity, freckles and mood swings. The target baby weight is
about 7lbs, heavy weight babies are at multiple health risks.
Pregnant female is supposed to eat five or six times a day
which include three meals and two or three snacks.
Take pre-breakfast within 2-3 minute of waking up while
sitting on the bed.

Time of intake of pre-breakfast is extremely important for the control of morning sickness or nausea, vomiting, acidity,loss of appetite,constipation and abnormal food cravings.Foods like raisins, grapes, and lemonade taken in pbf controls vomiting, relaxes mind,controls mood swings and it improves baby complexion as well. Besides above mentioned foods you can select from the food list given below. Breakfast should be rich in proteins, grains and fats and use unsalted butter or desi ghee for cooking. Do not take tea or coffee with the food, take only little green tea after your breakfast. Tea should come one hour later or 15 minutes before and milk or coffee three hours later. Snack will come after every three to four hours after the meals. Lunch has to be like routine food like roti+salan, sandwiches, noodles, pasta or strir fried foods depending on your preference. Do take green tea after the lunch. Dinner should be taken before 9p.m., avoid boiled rice, white pita, nan, raw salads and have healthy routine foods. Yakhni, or soup should be part of your meal. Intake of green tea after dinner will manage digestive disorders and bloating. Be punctual about milk intake at morning or evening snack time or about three hours after the dinner, this milk will induce sound sleep and healthy rejuvenation at night.
Remember during pregnancy your dietary pattern, quality of night sleep, stress free mind, religious practices and mild exercise will lead to the birth of a holistically healthy child. Do not forget that your child will be part of the next generation and will be playing his role in society and in nation development too. A child born with multiple nutritional deficiencies suffers from poor physical health, restless mind, behavioral disorders and he will further add to the miseries of an ailing society. Remember medicines, drugs, processed foods, low fat foods,
excess of tea, coffee or cigarettes can affect the DNA of the developing fetus leading to a baby with mental and congenital physical disorders. Please do not follow nutrient deficient crash diets during pregnancy, you will suffer from
chronic backache or early age arthritis. Select your food plan from below mentioned SLP Adult Plan. Be careful about food
rotation and food timings.

SLP Pregnancy Food Plan 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):

Take within first two to three minutes of first wake up,
before leaving the bed and without rinsing mouth.
• 2-3 Dates.
• 2-3 Figs.
• 2-3 Prunes.
• 2-3 Dried Apricots.
• Honey Water or one table spoon of Honey.
• 20-25 Raisins.
After 10-15 minutes have 1-2 glasses of warm or plain water,
after 15 minutes have breakfast or take second prebreakfast.

2. SECOND SLP PRE-BREAKFAST:

• Yogurt with Cane Sugar (Warm in winters).
• Raw Warm Milk with shakar.
• Mix Fruits
• Lemonade / Shakes / Lasi (Only in summers).
• Mix Nuts
• Milk Coffee always with little white sugar
One and half hour later breakfast should be taken

3. SLP BREAKFAST (BF):

Select one food combination per day and take it in a fulfilling
quantity. Try to use raw butter or desi ghee for preparing
breakfast foods.
Whole grain bread/Roti/whole grain pita with following
options:
• Omelet/Fried Egg/Scrambled Egg
• Potato with skin (Cutlets, Bhujia, Boiled, Baked, mashed).
• Meat (Kababs, Keema, Meat Curry, Koftay, Roast, Fish,
prawns). Avoid broiler chicken and beef
• Cheese.
• Natural Jam.
• Leftover Salan.
• Hommus or Chickpeas Curry.
• Organic Cereal with raw milk and raw Sugar.
• French Toast.
• Stuffed Prathas.
• Organic Desserts.
• Pancakes
Green tea with raw sugar in small quantity.

4. SNACK:

Only If the gap between meal and sleep is of 3-4 hours or
more and go to sleep soon after taking this snack.
• Raw Warm Milk with little Raw Sugar.
• Mix Fruits.
• Mix Nuts.
• Desserts

5. SLP LUNCH:

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

  • Noodles/Pasta.
  • Chana Chat/Dahibarey.
  • Beans/Chick Peas.
  • Mix Fruits.
  • Fruit Yogurt/Smoothies/Shakes/Cold Coffee.
  • Fish/Kababs/Steaks.
  • Compound Salads.
  • Soups.
  • French Fries/Baked/Mashed Potato.
  • Corn.
  • Mix Nuts and Seeds.
  • Natural Energy Bar.
  • Desserts.
  • Coffee with Desserts.

6. SLP EVENING SNACKS:

Three to four hours after lunch, but optional.

  • Tea with Cane Sugar.
  • Mix Fruits.
  • Mix Nuts.
  • Dessert.
  • Coffee with Sugar.

7. SLP DINNER:

Avoid boiled rice, nan, pita and raw salads.

  • Roti with Curry and Raita or Continental/Chinese/Sandwitches.
  • 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.

SLP Adult Food Plan

SLP Adult Food Plan

People who are already following SLP can modify their plans
by selecting foods from this plan but after 2-3 months of
following the personalized plan given by Dr. Shagufta Feroz.
SLP Adult Food plan will help in maintaining good health,
weight management and in various health disorders like
diabetes, heart disease, allergies, asthma, joint disorders,
cancer etc.
People with serious health issues or underweight individuals
have to eat frequent meals therefore they should take their
proper lunch along with the recommended snacks during the
day.
People who want to lose weight should restrict to PBF, BF, no
or less lunch, Dinner, and then post dinner snack, i.e. they
have to follow fasting or roza pattern. Do remember without
following SLP eight rules of Correct Eating, you will not get
any positive holistic health results from this food plan.
Select four or more than four days food combinations but
take them in a rotation i.e. only one food combination per
day and follow their time precisely. Remember SLP is a
lifestyle modification plan and by following adult food plan
you will get about 50% improvement in your issues InshAllah.
So get ready to make your personalized plan from the below
given food choices.

1. SLP PRE-BREAKFAST (PBF):

Take within first two to three minutes of first wake up,
before leaving the bed and without rinsing mouth.

1. 2-3 Dates.
2. 2-3 Figs.
3. 2-3 Prunes.
4. 2-3 Dried Apricots.
5. Honey Water or one table spoon of Honey.
6. 8-10 Raisins.
7. 8-10 Blue Berries
8. 5-7 Almonds.
9. 1-2 Walnuts.
10. 5-7 Cashews.
11. Organic Seeds (Char Maghaz).
12. 8-10 Peanuts.
13. 6-7 Pistachio.
14. 8-10 Pine Nuts.

After 10-15 minutes have 1-2 glasses of warm or plain water,
after 15 minutes have breakfast or take second prebreakfast
15. Single Fruit.

2. SECOND SLP PRE-BREAKFAST:

1. Yogurt with Cane Sugar (Warm in winters).
2. Raw Warm Milk with shakar.
3. Mix Fruits.
4. Lemonade / Shakes / Lasi (Only in summers).
5. Mix Nuts
6. Milk Coffee always with little white sugar
One and half hour later breakfast should be taken
3-SLP BREAKFAST (BF):
Select one food combination per day and tak

3. SLP BREAKFAST (BF):

Select one food combination per day and take it in a fulfilling
quantity. Try to use raw butter or desi ghee for preparing
breakfast foods.
Whole grain bread/Roti/whole grain pita with following
options:
• Omelet/Fried Egg/Scrambled Egg
• Potato with skin (Cutlets, Bhujia, Boiled, Baked, mashed).
• Meat (Kababs, Keema, Meat Curry, Koftay, Roast, Fish,
prawns). Avoid broiler chicken and beef
• Cheese.
• Natural Jam.
• Leftover Salan.
• Hommus or Chickpeas Curry.
• Organic Cereal with raw milk and raw Sugar.
• French Toast.
• Stuffed Prathas.
• Organic Desserts.
• Pancakes
Green tea with raw sugar in small quantity.

4. SLP MORNING SNACK:

Three to Four hours after the breakfast but it is optional.
• Mix Fruits.
• Mix Nuts.
• Coffee with Sugar.
• Nimko.
• Desserts

5. SLP LUNCH:Between 1-3pm

Avoid breads, chapatti, rice, pita, nan and raw salads.
• Noodles/Pasta.
• Chana Chat/Dahibarey.
• Beans/Chick Peas.
• Fruit Yogurt/Smoothies/Shakes/Cold Coffee.
• Fish/Kababs/Steaks.
• Compound Salads.
• Soups.
• French Fries/Baked/Mashed Potato.
• Corn.
• Mix Nuts and Seeds.
• Natural Energy Bar.
• Coffee with Desserts.

6. SLP EVENING SNACKS:

Three to four hours after lunch, but optional.
• Mix Fruits.
• Mix Nuts.
• Dessert.
• Coffee with Sugar.
• Nimko

7. SLP DINNER:

Avoid boiled rice, nan, raw salads, broiler chicken and beef
Start with clear broth or soups then have
• Roti with Curry and Raita
• Continental/Chinese/Sandwitches.
Green tea with raw sugar.

8. POST DINNER SNACK (PDS):

Only If the gap between meal and sleep is of 3-4 hours or
more and go to sleep soon after taking this snack.
• Raw Warm Milk with little Raw Sugar.
• Mix Fruits.
• Mix Nuts.
• Desserts.