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Take Yeast Killers
As Directed

To Speed up Lymph Drainage
Rub Chest and Legs Daily with Shower Brush or Loofah Sponge
Also Exercise

Solve Your Problems or Surrender Them – Don’t Dwell on Them!

Avoid Smoking and Areas Containing Smoke
Avoid Excessive Car and Engine Exhaust
Avoid Foods Sprayed with Pesticides
Avoid Additives in Food, Especially Monosodium Glutamate (MSG) or Aspartame
Avoid Foods with Chemical Preservatives


The Sugar Story

Sugar is a very concentrated food. That means it has lots of calories and calories heat your body very quickly. Imagine a coal stove. The harder the coal, the longer and more equal is the fire burning. In fact, it gleams all night. But when you put straw or paper in your stove, it burns a little while, makes lots of flames and is gone.

This is the way when you feed your body heat with so much sugar, it makes energy very quickly, but after that, it leaves you exhausted and cranky. Cranky people are not very pleasant. The worst thing is crankiness. It is contagious and other people become cranky too, and then the world does not look so very sunny and beautiful any longer. (From the book Good Health Through Special Diets by Hanna Kroger.)


Electro-Magnetic Energy in Foods

Every living body has an electro-magnetic forcefield. The higher this forcefield, the healthier the body. The lower the forcefield, the more the body needs help to generate this energy, which makes people feel low in energy. (From the book Good Health Through Special Diets by Hanna Kroger.)

Water
Nothing beats water to flush and rebuild the body. For every 50 pounds of body weight, drink one liter or one quart per day.

Beverages
Foods Allowed: Herb Tea (Without Caffeine, Especially Chamomile), Papaya, Fresh and Unpasteurized Fruit or Vegetable Juices (Especially Green Leafy), Plain Yogurt and Buttermilk
Foods to Avoid: Alcohol, Cocoa, Coffee, Milk, Carbonated Beverages, Fruit Drinks, Canned and Pasteurized Juices, Juice Mixed with Artificial Coloring and Sweeteners

Cereals
Foods Allowed: Oatmeal, Buckwheat, Cracked Wheat, Millet, Sesame Seeds, Pumpkin Seeds, Sunflower Seeds, Flax Seed, Brown Rice
Foods to Avoid: White Bread and White Flour Products, All Pasta and Macaroni (Except Whole Wheat), Cold Cereals, Salted or Roasted Seeds, White Rice and Corn

Dairy Products
Foods Allowed: Cottage Cheese, Occasionally White, Non-Pasteurized Cheese, Poached or Boiled Eggs (One per Day)
Foods to Avoid: All Orange and Pasteurized Cheese

Oils
Foods Allowed: Cold Processed Oils (Especially Safflower Oil) and Eggless Mayonnaise
Foods to Avoid: Shortening, Refined Saturated and Unsaturated Fats and Oils, and Hydrogenated Margarine

Nuts
Foods Allowed: All Fresh and Raw Nuts
Foods to Avoid: All Peanuts (Especially Salted and Roasted)

Fish
Foods Allowed: White Fresh Fish Only (Broiled or Baked)
Foods to Avoid: All Other Fish and All Breaded Fish

Fruits
Foods Allowed: Fresh – All Dried (Unsulfured), Stewed or Frozen Unsweetened
Foods to Avoid: Canned Fruits

Meat
Foods Allowed: Occasionally – White Meat of Chicken, Turkey, Lamb and Veal in Limited Amounts
Foods to Avoid: Luncheon Meats and Sausages (Very Limited Amounts of All Beef and Pork)

Vegetables
Foods Allowed: All – Raw, Cooked, Fresh or Frozen (Potatoes Should Be Baked or Broiled)
Foods to Avoid: All Canned, Fried (or Deep-Fried) Potatoes, Potato Chips and White Rice

Seasoning
Foods Allowed: Herbs, Garlic, Onion, Chives, Parsley and Marjoram
Foods to Avoid: Spices, Pepper, Paprika and Salt

Soup
Foods Allowed: Salt-Free Vegetable, Chicken (Barley, Millet and Brown Rice May Be Added)
Foods to Avoid: Canned and Creamed Soup, Commercial Bouillon and Fat Stock)

Sweets
Foods Allowed: Unpasteurized Honey, Unsulfured Molasses, Carob, Unflavored Gelatin and Pure Maple Syrup (in Limited Amounts)
Foods to Avoid: Refined Sugar (White, Brown, Tubarato), Chocolate-Flavored Gelatin, Candy and Pancake Syrup

Sprouts
Foods Allowed: All, Especially Wheat, Alfalfa, Lentil and Ming


The Following List (Rated from Best to Worst) Is Based on Three Key Elements

  1. Nutrient Density (Vitamins, Minerals, Protein and Fiber Plus Healthy Fats per 100 kcal)
  2. Glycemic Index (How Quickly That Food Raises Blood Glucose)
  3. Anti-Cancer Properties (I.e., Ellagic Acid in Berries)

Best (Most Healing)

Oil from: Fish, Flax, Primrose, Borage, Hemp, Olive, Sesame and Lecithin
Green Leafy, Broccoli, Cabbage, Peppers, Sprouts, Onions, Beets, Tomato, Carrot, Asparagus and Cauliflower
Cod, Halibut, Wild Salmon, Trout, Bass, Sole, Sardine, Haddock and Organic Liver
Pumpkin, Yam, Apple, Pear, Berries, Cantaloupe, Kiwi, Fig, Cherries, Apricot, Yogurt, Wheat Germ and Brewer Yeast
Whole Grain: Barley, Oats, Flax, Rice, Rye, Millet, Amaranth, Spelt Wheat and Ezekiel Bread
Garbanzo, Kidney, Lentil, Navy Bean, Split Pea, Black-Eyed, Pinto Beans, Black Beans, Bee Pollen and Spirulina
Garlic, Vinegar, Mustard, Salsa, Curry, Cinnamon, Ginger, Green Tea, Cayenne, Stevia and Kelp


Good

Coconut Oil
Radish, Celery, Lima Bean, Zucchini, Squash, Lettuce, Avocado, Vegetable Juice, Pickles and Soy Bean
Turkey, Chicken, Lamb, Liver, Eggs, Veal, Pork Steak, Wild Game, Swordfish, Orange Roughy, Tuna and Farmed Salmon
Watermelon, Grapes, Honeydew, Plum, Banana, Pineapple and Papaya
Popcorn, Cottage Cheese, Parmesan Cheese, Low-Fat White Cheese, Soy Milk and Butter
Walnut, Almond, Sunflower Seed and Sesame Seed
Soy Sauce, Worcestershire Sauce, Tabasco, Flax Dressing, Sage, Thyme and Black Tea


Fair (Eat Occasionally)

Oil from: Soy, Corn and Safflower
Olives, Canned Vegetables, Fried Vegetables and White Potatoes
Lobster, Clams, Beef, Duck, Shrimp and Catfish
Dried Fruit, Raisins, Dates, Prunes, Canned Fruit, Orange and Red Grapefruit
Granola, Wheat Crax, Tortilla and Grits
Bacon, Regular White Cheese and Xylitol
Italian Dressing, Dressings, Red Wine, Carob, Chocolate and Honey
Lard Less Than Seven Days Old


Poor

Commercial Breakfast and Cereals
Pizza, Smoked Ham, Prime Rib, Peanuts and Peanut Butter
Gelatin, Desserts and Corn Chips
Sweet Corn, White Rice, Pasta and Noodles
Molasses, Mayonnaise, Celtic Salt and Fructose
Wine, Coffee and Beer


Bad

Salami, Bologna, Sausage, Hot Dogs and BBQ Ribs
Waffles and Pancakes
Cake, Cookies and Ice Cream
Blue Cheese Dressing


Worst (Never Eat)

Margarine, Aspartame, Syrup and MSG
Soda Pop and Diet Pop
Pastry, Pie and Doughnuts
Lard More Than Seven Days Old, Hydrogenated Fat and Sugar
Hard Liquor


Stay Away From

Milk, Flour, Sugar, Corn, Tomatoes and Citrus


Supplements to Support a Healthy Body

Two Oncolyn and/or Longevity Crystals (for better balance)
Two Hmf Forte (Probiotics)
Six Inositol (Supports Sugar Metabolism)
Two to Six Cataplex F (Essential Fatty Acids (EFA))
Two to Six Catalyn (Whole Food Multivitamin)
Unda Drops for Liver Drainage: Five Drops Three Times a Day of Number 243
One Ounce of Vibe per Day (Quick Sustaining Energy and Vitamin Supplement)

Supplements to Support a Non-Life-Threatening Condition

Four Oncolyn and/or Longevity Crystals (for better balance)
Four Hmf Forte
Six Inositol
Six Cataplex F
Six Catalyn
One to Two Ounces of Vibe per Day

Numbers 243, 20 and Two: Five Drops Three Times a Day
When Done, Use Numbers 243, 48 and 13: Five Drops Three Times a Day – Repeat As Necessary, Unless Otherwise Suggested By a Doctor

Supplements to Support a Life-Threatening Condition

Six Oncolyn and/or Longevity Crystals (for better balance)
Six Hmf Forte
Six Inositol
Six to 12 Cataplex F
Six to 12 Catalyn
Two to Three Ounces of Vibe per Day

Numbers 243, 20 and Two: Five Drops Three Times a Day
When Done, Use Numbers 243, 48 and 13: Five Drops Three Times a Day – Repeat As Necessary, Unless Otherwise Suggested by a Doctor

For professional use only. This information is not meant to diagnose, treat or replace conventional treatment and has not been approved by the FDA of HPB. This information is not to be distributed or copied without the written consent of Dr. Michael Kapraun.