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:
- Selection of Natural Foods
- Favourite Foods Should Be Selected
- Correct Food Timings
- How Much To Eat
- Correct Food Combinations
- Food Rotation
- Food Temperature
- 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.
SLP Food Plan Videos
1. SLP PRE SEHRI:
• Within first 2-3 minutes of waking up, only if there is an interval of 45min. between waking up and azan. For presehri 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
2. SLP 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 yogurton 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.
• Few sips of green Tea with little shaker after the sehri.
• Patients with various ailments can take the medicines after food with little water.
3. SLP 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 salty snacks or 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.
• 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. SLP DINNER:
Routine meal which means roti or fried rice with salan, yogurt and kachumar and then little green tea with shakar.
5. SLP 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 manage about 12-16 glasses of water in summer and about 10-12 in winter, and avoid taking water with or after the meals
These therapies are a combination of various therapies like detox, ozone therapy, blood electrification, magnetic pulsar, colloidal silver, Rife frequencies, and TBSW generators along with a nutrients loaded SLP Food plan. The aims and objectives are to cure the root causes by improving digestion for formation of good quality blood, immunity enhancement, mind relaxation, liver rejuvenation, and homeostasis in internal environment. The outcome is cessation of inflammation leading to the disease process and its complications. In mild to moderate ailments after few sessions of getting treatment, reversal of disease starts happening or it helps improving patient’s quality of life. The treatment is composed of 10-20 sessions of about 2 hours duration spread over a period of 2-3 months.
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Awareness of Food Groups
Once the food we eat is broken down and metabolized, acidic or alkaline elements will predominate. Foods high in carbonic acid, sulphuric acids, iodine and chlorine are considered acid forming. While foods that have calcium, iron, potassium, sodium and magnesium are alkali forming. Neutral foods are those foods which least affect the pH of blood and this group suits both chemical body chemistry. Therefore food groups are:
- ALKALINE FOOD GROUP.
- NEUTRAL FOOD GROUP.
- ACIDIC FOOD GROUP.
This food classification is based on the food’s chemical and physiological effects on the body. Chemical effects are detectable by routine Laboratory tests on urine, blood and on other body secretions but Physiological food effects are detectable at the level of skin, muscles, body hair, joints, physical stamina, emotions and spirituality as well.
1. ALKALINE FOOD GROUP:
Banana, guava, water melon, melon, pear, custard apple, leechi, garma.
Almonds, cashews, seeds.
Excess of alkaline foods make us sleepy, lethargic and mental fogginess develops. Alkaline foods cause water retention and slowing of metabolic rate which leads to bloating of body, weight gain, obesity and low immunity.
2. NEUTRAL FOOD GROUP:
Mango, grapes, apricots, papaya, dates, figs, raisins.
3. ACIDIC FOOD GROUP:
Orange, apple, plums, peach, coconut, straw berry, cherry, grapefruit, jamun, falsa, parmasen or Japanese fruit, pomegranate.
Peanuts, walnuts, pine nuts, pistachio.
Excessive acidity caused by excess of acidic foods can breed yeast and virus growth, stimulates tumor growth, disturbs the mineral balance i.e. low calcium and causes general fatigue and pains.
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SLP Living as Nature Intended is the sum of over 23 years of medical practice and independent observational research. It guides anyone who is interested in their personal preventive and curative health. It will be relevant to every human being out there that eats. It will provide dietary guidance for infants, toddlers, teenagers, adults and the elderly. The most encouraging sign of modern times is our concern for what we eat.
This is evident from the hundreds of books, news paper articles, websites and blogs on food. Progressive research is opening our eyes to the miracles of food every day. I believe it to be an astronomical breakthrough in defining our eating habits and revealing the secrets of a healthy life simply based on what we eat. What people will find even more intriguing is that I will shatter common beliefs and take them in a completely new direction. This book is also going to help medical doctors by creating a bridge between conventional medicine and holistic therapies. Supported by researches and case studies, a medical doctor will easily be able to adopt the rules of lifestyle modification for their patient’s well being.
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Like Like millions of other human beings in this world today, you may feel unfulfilled, dissatisfied, and internally frustrated. You may be enjoying a high-tech luxurious life, yet even though you think you have everything, something seems to be missing. The SLP is going to help you to rediscover that real self that you have forgotten while building a career, a home, and a family. The Synchronised lifestyle modification plan SLP is an integrative wellness program, which tells us that we should mobilize full human body resources for healing. It is an individualized plan based on the rules of biochemical individuality and with a wholesome or holistic approach and it tries to bring the life style as close to nature as possible. It rejuvenates liver health and generates homoeostasis in biorhythms. Liver and biorhythms are interdependent for holistic health. SLP connects the micro-environment of the human body to the macro rhythms of nature and gives mental and spiritual peace. It is recommended for healthy adults, teens, children and safe for pregnant and lactating mothers. It is preventive and therapeutic for all body ailments.
“One cannot understand the rhythms and meanings of the outer world until one has mastered the dialects of the body”
The SLP is given to an individual after knowing the personal profile, socioeconomic status, climatic conditions, nature of work, likes/dislikes and availability of food. Present and past medical history, family and treatment history, psychological and detailed dietary routine is also very important. Other important diagnostic tools are in-depth general physical examination, pulse diagnosis, and NES scan. The program is recommended for health, weight management, metabolic disorders, acute and chronic diseases, psychological problems and for delaying aging. You are required to take complete responsibility for your own physical, emotional or spiritual wellbeing; if you do not agree with the foregoing or cannot comply, it is not recommended for you. The human value in this program deserves most importance. You can lift your self to new levels with it or if you wish, you can use it to help others and magnify your self-worth in the process. So now I hope you understand my motivation for making this program. I would like you to follow the 8- rules of Diet Correction and the various SLP food plans available at my website for 12 weeks to experience wellness personally.
General causes of water retention are excess of water intake, regular intake of cold or chilled water, intake of chilled drinks or juices, and excess of alkaline foods . Chemical salt available in the market is an important factor in water retention. Other general causes are water intake while eating food, Irregular eating pattern, lack of night sleep, prolonged stress and various medicines esp. hormones.
Water retention is part of the premenstrual syndrome. During this time, hormonal fluctuations can cause havoc in a woman’s body. In some women the monthly rise in estrogen raises the hormone aldosterone. Aldosterone, in turn, causes the kidneys to retain fluids and the woman to suddenly gain a few water-filled pounds.
While PMS is the major cause of water retention in women, water retention for both men and women can also be related to kidney problems, both serious (kidney disease) and common causes. Heart , liver, or thyroid malfunctions can also play a role in water retention. Thanks to the effects of gravity, retained water tends to accumulate in the feet, ankles, and legs, although no area of the body is immune. Other water prone areas are chin and eye esp. upper lids.
Symptoms of water retention:
These symptoms vary from person to person depending upon age, presence of other disease, gender, duration of water retention and level of water retention. I have seen two worst cases of water retention, one with sixty glasses of water and other with forty glasses of water. First one died due to heart and kidney failure, fate of the second one is unknown.
- Swollen, bloated or puffy body.
- Difficulty in losing weight.
- Disproportionate body especially lower body.
- Lose and toneless skin.
- Saggy muscles.
- Tendency for muscle and joint pains.
- Mental and physical fatigue especially early morning.
- Dizziness or loss of balance control.
- Uncontrolled blood pressure.
- Tendency for heart enlargement.
- Hormonal imbalances.
- Mood swings.
- Various allergies (flu, asthma, eczema, arthritis etc).
- High level of grief, sadness, feeling of detachment for the worldly life.
Bloating is the result of wind and water retention. Certain bodies have a tendency for retaining water and other types retain wind more.
- Be careful about food intake and dietary habits.
- Water intake should be carefully regulated.
- Temperature of water and drinks should be close to the body temperature.
- For relieving water retention peanuts, raisins, black tea, coffee, dark chocolate, cloves, soups and high proteins can be used.