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GSE Daily Budwig Meal Plan for Cancer and Other Serious Conditions

Daily Meal Plan for BUDWIG PROTOCOL

- For Cancer or other serious health conditions

Overview

What is the BUDWIG PROTOCOL? – designed by eminent biochemist/researcher Dr. Johanna Budwig, it is a powerful therapy utilizing flax seed oil and cottage cheese (or other sulfurated proteins, such as yogurt, whey protein concentrate or kefir). Its major health benefits are consequential to enhancing Essential Fatty Acid (EFA) delivery to the body's cells, which by attracting oxygen, increases cellular energy production

BUDWIG PROTOCOL

The BUDWIG PROTOCOL responds almost immediately, but does take time for complete success – although this protocol starts to act within days, it may take 3-6 months to actually reverse cancer and make tumors completely disappear;other health issues may respond much faster. Although a daily intake of 6 tablespoons of flax oil and 12 Tablespoons of cottage cheese seems a lot to consume every day, keep in mind, most people only have to do this for about 10-12 weeks! After remission, most people choose to continue with the maintenance dose of 2 Tablesoons of flax oil and 4 Tablespoons of cottage cheese (or an appropriate amount of substitute sulfurated amino acid food), simply because it makes them feel great.

Adhere to all aspects of this protocol if you want to achieve positive results – i.e. it is not a smorgasbord where you pick and choose the bits you want - the protocol works as a whole system. This includes:

–    The dietary restrictions during the treatment period (E.g. no sugar, meat, animal fats, but a moderate amount of cheese is OK –preferably raw and organic);

 

–    DAILY sunbathing (or full spectrum tanning bed), Coffee enema (to help elimination organs remove toxins from the body ), Exercise, stress-relief protocols,R & R;

 

–    No toxic chemicals – including household chemicals, pesticides, herbicides, hair dyes, make-up, chemical-laden soaps, shampoos, deodorants, chlorinated/fluoridated water. etc

How to do the BUDWIG PROTOCOL

 

Flaxseed oil must be organic and cold-pressed with no additives(E.g.Barleans, Spectrum, Flora) -put flaxseed bottles (opened or unopened) in the freezer, which will remove two oil-damaging sources –heat and light. To remove air (the 3rd damaging source) from the bottle, if necessary,transfer oil to an opaque plastic/squeezablebottle and after taking out oil,squeeze air out of the bottle by squeezing the oil to the top of bottle and then cap tightly. BTW, NEVER HEAT FLAX OIL.

Daily “Budwig”Schedule

“Budwig Spread”

 

A days worth for one personUse oncooked lunch and in lunch dessert and possibly with dinner.Do NOT save until the next day

1. Blend:

✔ 1 (2) (3)Tbsp. Flax Oil use 1 Tbsp. for each meal you intend to use it with

✔ 2 (4)(6)Tbsp. LOW FAT ( 1% ) cottage cheese

+

(1/8 scoop) ( ¼scoop) ( scant ½ scoop)

Whey Protein Concentrate made from raw milk to ensuresulfurated amino acids are not damaged (as occurs in pasteurization).

NOTE: Whey protein is unnecessary if using raw milk cottage cheese (processed at temperatures no higher than 110 °F, which is still considered to be raw)

✔ ½ (1) (1½) tsp.Raw Honey.

 

2. Mix with just enough low fat milk or waterto get the contents of the bowl to blend in together.

This results in a custard consistency with NO taste of the oil ( and no oily 'ring' should be seen when you rinse out the bowl).

DRINK THROUGHOUT DAY

✔ Herbal tea liberally (Matcha or peppermint tea are good choices) or black tea moderately;

✔Sparkling Water (can make at home with a water carbonator) –be imaginative with healthy addtions, such as a dash of fresh lemon or lime juice or raw apple cider vinegar

 

Breakfast

(3 Tbsp. Flax Oil)

Delicious Budwig Breakfast Cereal (3 Tbsp. Flax Oil):

See recipe at:

Budwig Breakfast Menu

Mid-Morning Juice

Fresh-made Vegetable or fruit juice - combinations of carrots, beets, apple, celery, ginger root, etc. Such vegetable or fruit juice is highly recommended as a beverage to be taken throughout the day.

Lunch

(2 Tbsp. Flax Oil)

LUNCH CHOICE 1:

Make a raw salad dressed with BUDWIG DRESSING (made with yogurt)(1 Tbsp. Flax Oil) -healthy additions include sauerkraut (good source of hard-to obtain vitamin K2; with colon cancer, eat 1 or 2 Tbsp. / day), grated turnips/carrots, radishes, parsley, chives

“Budwig DRESSING”

Dressing for raw salad

A Days worth for one person:use 1 Tbsp. Flax Oil for LUNCH saladand (2) Tbsp.if also using the BUDWIG DRESSINGfor DINNER

1. Blend together 1 (2)Tbsp. Flax Oil, with either:

(a)1 (2)Tbsp. organic milkand 1 (2)Tbsp. LOW FAT (1%) cottage cheese

or

(b)2 (4) Tbsp. organic, PLAIN, LOW FAT yogurt

+

(1/8 scoop) ( ¼ scoop)

Whey Protein Concentrate made from raw milk- to ensure sulfurated amino acids are not damaged (as occurs in pasteurization).

NOTE: Whey protein is unnecessary if using raw milk yogurt (processed at temperatures no higher than 110 °F, which is still considered to be raw)

2. Then add:

½ (1) Tbsp.lemon juice and/or organic, raw, unfiltered apple cider vinegar

✔ ½ (1) tsp.mustard

✔ A little Celtic Sea Salt or Himaylan Salt to taste

✔ Some herbs - such as marjoram or dill.

3. Optionally add some chopped health food store pickles (no preservatives!)

Lunch Dessert (1 Tbsp. Flax Oil) - Mix some different fresh fruits than those used for breakfast with theBUDWIG SPREAD (1 Tbsp. Flax Oil), flavoring with lemon, vanilla, or berries.

LUNCH CHOICE 2:

Cooked Lunch (1 Tbsp. Flax Oil) - Steamed vegetables with optionalpotatoesor grains (E.g. pearl barley, rice, buckwheat). To these add either:

(a)BUDWIG SPREAD (1 Tbsp. Flax Oil)

OR

(b) BUDWIG DRESSING(made with yogurt) (1 Tbsp. Flax Oil)

both for flavor and to up intake of BUDWIG PROTOCOL components. Alternatively, mix theBUDWIG SPREADwith potatoes and add caraway, chives, parsley, or other herbs.

Lunch Dessert (1 Tbsp. Flax Oil) - Mix some different fresh fruits than those used for breakfast with theBUDWIG SPREAD, flavoring with lemon, vanilla, or berries.

Mid-Afternoon (4pm)

A small glass of natural wine (no preservatives) or champagne or fresh fruit juice

DINNER (6pm)

(1 Tbsp. Flax Oil)

DINNER CHOICE 1:

Make a hot meal similar to cooked lunch with either:

(c)BUDWIG SPREAD (1 Tbsp. Flax Oil)

OR

(d) BUDWIG DRESSING(1 Tbsp. Flax Oil)

DINNER CHOICE 2:

Have a raw salad with BUDWIG DRESSING (1 Tbsp. Flax Oil)

Optionally add a vegetable soup with pearled barley or buckwheat – blending steamed vegetables is the healthiest method to make the soup;

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