BASIC RULES FOR FOOD COMBINING
One: Liquids alone, or liquids first and then wait.
Two: Do not combine dense, oily proteins with dense starches or starchy vegetables.
Three: Fruits alone (in their groups).
Four: Do not combine acid fruits with sweet fruits
Five: Melons alone (one variety at a time).
BASIC FOOD GROUPS
DENSE/OILY PROTEINS: Avocado, beans, nuts, peas, seeds, coconut, meat, fish, dairy, products.
DENSE STARCHES & STARCHY VEGETABLES: Artichokes, beets, beans, peas, carrots, corn, potatoes, pumpkin, sweet potatoes, hubbard squash, winter squash, banana squash
GREEN VEGETABLES: Celery, cucumbers, zucchini, spinach, peppers, sprouts, broccoli, spinach, leeks, chard, chives, collards, escarole, green beans, kale, lettuce, parsley, radish, rhubarb, turnip greens, watercress.
LESS DENSE STARCH AND OTHERS: cauliflower, beets, cabbage, root vegetables, tomatoes,
citrus, plums, pineapple, strawberries, oranges, sour fruits
apples, pears, apricots, cherries, grapes, peaches, papayas, mangoes
bananas, figs, dried fruit, prunes, persimmons
Poor: ACID and SWEET
Fair: ACID & SUB ACID
Fair: ACID & SWEET
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