Power Diet for Healthy Living and Weight Loss

Now we present to you the list of delicious food that has healing power that one must add to their meal plan.

Fruits:

Kiwis

Mangos

Oranges                  click to zoom

Papaya

Pears

Persimmons

Red apples (Gala, Macintosh, Washington State)

Red grapefruit

Red grapes

Strawberries

Tangerines

Watermelon

 

Vegetables

Baby corn

Bamboo shoots

Bean curd

Broccoli

Broccoli rabe                    Healthy Vegetables

Carrots

Cauliflower

Celery

Chicory

Eggplant

Fennel

Green peppers

Lotus

Mushrooms

Parsley

Plum tomatoes

Scallions

Seaweed (all kinds)

Water chestnuts

Yellow squash

Zucchini

 

Nuts/Spices/Oils

Black and white pepper

Black and white sesame seeds

Cashews

Chestnuts

Chili pepper

Cinnamon

ClovesHealthy spices and nuts

Garlic

Ginger                    

Lotus seed

Mint

Olive oil

Pine nuts

Safflower oil

Salt

Sesame oil

Soy sauce

Walnuts

Walnut oil

 

Others

Bee pollen

Coffee

Egg whites, cooked

Honey

Pasta (any kind)

Rice (any kind)

Tea (preferably Chinese herbal tea)

 

RECOMMENDED MEALS

Breakfast

  • Toasted walnuts (ten halves) and one of the following:One glass of watermelon juice (including some of the white and green parts of the rind). You can make watermelon juice with a juicer or a blender. For a blender, you will need to cut up the rind into smaller parts.
  • Apple juice

  • Orange juice

  • One piece of recommended fruit

Lunch

Two pieces of recommended fruit. For red grapes and strawberries, eat a cup of fruit or more if you feel hungry. You can add more roasted walnuts and more fruit if you like.

Dinner

Two or three portions of recommended vegetables. Try to eat a variety of recommended vegetables at each meal. See if you can

prepare three different-colored vegetables. Each color belongs to and can help heal a specific organ."According to The Five Element Theory. For example, baby corn is yellow and is good for your stomach and spleen; celery is green and is good for your liver; fennel is white and is good for your lung and kidney." These vegetables may be steamed, sautéed, stir-fried, braised, roasted, grilled, or prepared as soup. Do not fry, deep fry, or barbecue. Eat more if you feel hungry. You can also add a half-cup of any kind of rice or pasta.

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