Raw Herring Plant for Seven Days

Cereal as the main course

This is a menu designed for anyone who wants to eat raw food. It describes in detail the procedure and method of food intake and how to achieve results. Every step must be understood to have the purpose of eating such kind of food.

The meals are divided into “salty” and “sweet”. Salts are based on vegetables, and sweet on fruit. Within the meal, fruit and vegetables are not consumed together, except in rare cases when apple is added to vegetable juice (for taste), or when dry fruit is used as a dessert after a meal of vegetables.

Only water can be consumed between meals. Since the stomach is a muscle to rest, it is not permitted to consume any fruits, teas, or snacks between the meals. A pause between meals should be at least five hours.

Drink water before meals and the earliest hour after meals, not during meals. The same goes for staple juices.

If there is a hunger crisis between meals, as long as the organism is accustomed to this regime, it is possible to consume a crushed juice of 2 -3 dl, according to one of the recipes given in a separate document.

The most energy-intensive food in the meal is cereal. They form the basis of each meal, and with it, as desired, nuts. To avoid the loss of nutrients by thermal treatment (cooking, roasting, baking), the cereals dip into the water to swell and eat.

Spicy juice can be drunk before meals, as well as dinner. If a meal is based on fruit (sweet meal), the fruit juice is drunk before meals, and the opposite (in the case of a meal based on vegetables before meals, vegetable juice may be consumed). Juice can not stand long after boiling, it is best to be consumed immediately.

PREPARATION OF CEREALS

Cereals that are the easiest to prepare for eating are barley and oats. About 200-300 grams of cereal is sunk in the evening in the water, so water is twice as high in a cereal bowl at room temperature. In the morning, the water is drained, and the cereals are washed in two to three water, left to stand in a bowl damp and drained, and covered with a lid. In this way, they are ready for consumption.

Similarly, wheat is prepared, but it needs more time to swallow. If it sinks in the evening, the wheat needs about 18 hours to swallow. This means that it should be washed with water two or three times in the morning, left to be scrubbed and covered for another 45 hours, and then rinsed again with water two or three times and left to be scaled and covered to stand, and the same procedure is repeated once again after 4-5 hours, until the wheat swells and becomes soft for consumption.

Below, the terms “barley”, “oat”, and “wheat” will refer to the same cereals that were submerged in water and swollen. The number of ingredients in the meal can be changed according to the person’s wishes.

If desired, both breakfast and lunch can be sweet, or salty meals. In addition to a meal, it is necessary to drink at least 2 liters of liquid (water + juice) daily.

It is recommended that breakfast be consumed no later than 10 am and that dinner should be based only on fruit or red juice, and not after 19 hours. People who do not need dinner can be kicked out.

 

RESEARCH

Beans, elephants, and horses do not have problems with the power or endurance of vegetarian nutrition. Horses can run for hours at high speed. It has been reported that some elephants have been running for 10 or 12 hours at a high speed. Can you imagine carrying all those weights (over 6 tons) at 40 kilometers per hour, 10 or 12 hours without stopping?

On the other hand, large cats carnivorous, such as cheetahs, tigers, and others, have good speed at the beginning but are tired in a short time, often in less than five minutes. In the animal kingdom, endurance, the ability to provide superb energy for long periods of time is largely a feature of vegetarian animals.

TABLE

Nutrition Maximum Stamina (Time to Exhaustion)

  • Nutrition with lots of protein and many 57 min fats (rich in meat)
  • Mixed diet (less meat, fat, and protein) 1 hour 54 min
  • A vegetarian diet (rich in carbohydrates) 2 hours 47 min

Recipes

Recipes represent the simplest ways to prepare a meal. These recipes represent quantities for one adult.

 

FIRST DAY

Breakfast: – 4 potato barley potatoes – 2 tablespoons of marinated walnuts – 1 stewed or sliced banana – 1 orange apple juice. All Ingredients get tired and consumed.

Lunch: – 4 scoops of barley – 2 scoops of marinated walnuts – 1 teaspoon tomatoes – 100 g of brown cabbage – black and white port as desired (not necessary) – Spices and olive oil as desired All ingredients are consumed and consumed. Desert (optional): 3 walnut and 3 suave figs

Dinner: – three tangerines or hungry juice as desired (see juice recipes on a separate document).

 

SECOND DAY

Breakfast: – 4 tablespoons of oats – 2 tablespoons of marinated walnuts – 2 tangerines, sliced – 1 pear, chopped

All Ingredients get tired and consumed.

Lunch: – 4 raisins – 2 potatoes scrambled eggs – 1 pickled cucumber – 1 pickled pepper – black and white port as desired – spices and olive oil as desired All ingredients are consumed and consumed. Desert (if desired): 3 walnuts and 5 dry dumplings

Dinner: – two bananas or hungry juice as desired.

 

THIRD DAY

Breakfast: – 4 scallops of barley – 2 scoops of almond almonds – 100 g of grapes – 1 pear, dipped All ingredients are to be consumed and consumed.

Lunch: – 4 raisins – 2 raisins of almonds – 1 tomato, sliced – 100 g of fresh spinach, sliced – black and white fish as desired – spices and olive oil as desired All ingredients are consumed and consumed. Desert (optionally): 3 walnuts and 30 g dried grapes

Dinner: – Three kiwi or hungry juice as desired.

FOURTH DAY

Breakfast: – 4 tablespoons of broiled potatoes – 2 tablespoons of marinated walnuts – 2 kiwis, dipped – 1 apple, crushed All ingredients are to be consumed and consumed.

Lunch: – 4 raisins of potatoes – 2 scoops of marinated walnuts – 1 teaspoon cucumber – 100 g of successive cabbage – black and white port as desired – Spices and olive oil as desired All ingredients are consumed and consumed. Desert (if desired): 3 walnuts and 5 dry dumplings

Dinner: – two pears or stuffed juice as desired.

 

FIVE DAY

Breakfast: – 4 tablespoons of barley – 2 tablespoons of ground walnuts – 1 grated or chopped bananas – 1 grated apple. Mix all ingredients and consume.

Lunch: – 4 tablespoons of oatmeal – 2 tablespoons of ground nuts – 1 tomato, chopped – 1 pepper, chopped – black and white onions – spices and olive oil on request All ingredients are mixed and consumed. Dessert (optional): 8 almonds and 3 dry figs

Dinner: – 150 g of grapes or crushed juice as desired.

 

Sixth Day

Breakfast: – 4 scallops of barley potatoes – 2 tablespoons of oatmeal – 2 mandarins, sprinkled – 1 apple, dipped All ingredients are to be consumed and consumed.

Lunch: – 4 potato chips of barley – 2 tablespoons of marinated oats – 1 pickled cucumber – 1 pickled paprika – black and white fish as desired – Spices and olive oil as desired All ingredients are consumed and consumed. Desert (optional): 8 almonds and 5 plum trees

Dinner: – two pears or stuffed juice as desired.

 

SEVEN DAY

Breakfast: – 4 tablespoons of oatmeal – 2 tablespoons of ground nuts – 1 apple, chopped – 100 g of grape All ingredients are mixed and consumed.

Lunch: – 4 tablespoons of oatmeal – 2 tablespoons of ground nuts – 1 cucumber, chopped – 100 g of fresh spinach, chopped – black and white onions

– spices and olive oil as desired. All ingredients are mixed and consumed. Desert (optional): 3 walnuts and 5 dry plums

Dinner: – 150 g of grapes or crushed juice as desired.

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