The chart below provides a list of diet ideas for help in the prevention of particular ailments.

This chart is not to be used as a treatment of a specific ailment. Please consult a medical practitioner or naturopath for diagnosis and treatment of an illness.

The code system below refers to the Recipe Guide Ideas Charts in section entitled as Chapter 7Z. For example; anti-ageing diet: 9PL, refer to Chapter 7Z. Fruits 9: melons or papaya; PL lunch: fresh papaya entree.

These simple recipe ideas are based on numerous nutritional benefits that may be obtained from specific natural foods. Feed your nutritional appetite daily with natural foods!

This food combination chart provides a guide to the various main food groups and their ability to promote proper digestion and subsequent supply of nutrients. The difference between a diet with good to excellent combinations, compared to a diet with fair to poor combinations, is remarkable.

A great increase in health benefits is possible just by understanding and utilising proper food combinations with every meal.


Obviously the simple meals with only one or two foods are usually easy to digest, but it really depends on the individual meal combinations in section entitled as Food Combining Information a detailed guide to the reasons behind food combination is provided. Simply speaking, continued intake of meals with poor food combination is one of the main reasons behind obesity, or more specifically, the distended stomach image. This is due to the fact that poor combinations promote the formation of intestinal gas which over many years causes the lower intestine area to expand.

In addition, the loss of food value from meals may lead to excess eating in order to satisfy the ‘nutritional appetite’.

Also, once the body becomes used to the intake of large meals, it continually requires an intake to support the additional fat cells even though they are not required.

To reverse the problem, proper natural food combinations and a strong willpower to offset the hunger demands are required on a regular basis.

NOTE: d.v. refers to the daily value for women 25-50 years, refer to RDI chart for adult male and child values.

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