Our food combining charts are suitable for Vegans, Vegetarians and Meat eaters.
For those people serious about their future health, personal food combining charts are made and revised on a seasonal basis to suit fluctuations in food supplies, and to suit each person’s own changing nutritional needs. If we don’t make such modifications our health will be challenged.
We believe there are 9 seasons in one year, with the older foods going and the new foods arriving. For example, foods in Spring-time weather differ from foods in Winter-time weather. This variability affects future health needs. This is why we modify your personal food combining chart for you.
Your personal food combining chart can be made by appointment (either by telephone or personal visit to our Clinic). The information we seek during that appointment will help us to create your tailor-made food combining chart. For a healthier future, contact us either by phone on 02 or email us via the contact form.
In addition, we also provide entire ‘family food combining charts’ to assist with healthier meal preparation for entire families— efficiently, simply and quickly—meals to suit the whole family.
The following chart is a general example (not a complete diet), but shows a basic structure of the diet as your first step in the right direction.
Please note: We do not personally agree with Soy products or Cereals of any sort.
|COLUMNS 1 AND 2 COMBINE||COLUMNS 2 AND 3 COMBINE||COLUMNS 1 AND 3 DO NOT COMBINE|
|COLUMN 1||COLUMN 2||COLUMN 3|
|Apples, Apricots, Kiwis, Blackberries, Cherries, Blueberries, Grapefruit, Gooseberries, Lemons, Grapes, Loganberries, Limes, Nectarines, Pears, Oranges, Prunes, Pineapple, Raspberries, Strawberries, Plums, Tangerines, Green Pawpaw, Melons of any kind (but must be eaten alone).||All seeds, eg. Sesame, Sunflower and Pepitas, Almonds (fresh from shell), Coconut (flaked or shredded). Using a mortar and pestle, freshly grind your seeds and nuts, then add to your breakfast with plain yoghurt and/or 100% pure cream.||Bananas, Dates, Figs, Grapes (extra sweet), Pawpaw (ripe), Mango, Sweet Pears, All Dried Fruits.|
|We have not listed any protein food here as we prefer you to eat a vegetarian lunch.||All salad items and vegetable items except for those in column three. Avocados and all Herbs and Spices.||Bananas, Corn, Sweet & White Potato, Pumpkin, Jerusalem Artichokes, Brown Rice, Pasta (preferably buck-wheat/vegetable), Bread, Oatcakes, Biscuits, etc.|
|Meat of all kinds, eg. Beef, Lamb, Pork etcPoultry – Chicken, Duck, Goose, TurkeyGame – Pheasant, Hare, Grouse, Partridge and KangarooFish of all kinds, including ShellfishCheese, Eggs, Nuts (except almonds)Legumes – Lentils, Soya, Kidney, Butter, Pinto Beans, Chick Peas, Tofu, Tempeh||Almonds (fresh from shell)
Butter, 100% Cream (no additives), Virgin Olive Oil and all fat, Egg Yolks
All Herbs and Spices
All Seeds for use as toppings
All Salad and Vegetables except those listed in column three.
Organic Herbal Teas, Black Tea, Coffee, Chickory with or without organic cream
|All underground Vegetables, Corn, Wholegrain Cereal, Pumpkin, Brown Rice, Vegie Pasta, Buckwheat, Zucchini, Squash, Leeks|
|ALCOHOL – Dry Red and White wines, Dry Cider||ALCOHOL – Whisky and Gin||ALCOHOL – Ale and Beer|
|This is a food combining chart. it does NOT mean that you can eat everything listed here. Refer to your tailor-made personal 3 month specific diet sheet and your personal 5 flavour chart. Eat only the ticked items using this food combining chart to help you put them in the correct food groups. Our DVD on food combining is available and will greatly assist your understanding. Make sure that you have a copy to take home with you so that you and your family can work this out together.|