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Dr. Hay's Food Combining
The Original Principles of Food Combining
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Dr. William Howard Hay,MD introduced food combining in 1911. His basic premise is that there is one underlying cause for health problems and that is the wrong chemical condition in the body.
The wrong chemical condition is acidity which is caused by the manufacture and accumulation of acid from the products of digestion and metabolism in amounts greater than the body can eliminate.
This acid condition results in a lowering of the body's vital alkaline reserve, the depletion of which causes toxaemia or autointoxication.
Dr. Hay classified foods into three types according to their chemical requirements for efficient digestion. These three types are: -
Alkali forming foods such as fruits and vegetables. Alkali forming means the end products of such foods after digestion. Even acid tasting fruits such as lemons yield alkaline salts in the body.
Concentrated proteins such as meat, game, fish, eggs or cheese. These foods are acid forming in their final end products in the body.
Concentrated carbohydrates or starch foods, which are acid forming. These include grains, bread, and all foods containing flour, all sugars and foods containing sugars (sucrose), but not the naturally occurring sugars found in fruit.
Dr. Hay's theory was that, although protein and starch foods are acid forming in their end products in the body, they need different conditions for digestion and should never be combined at the same meal.
THE HAY RULES FOR HEALTH
Starches and sugars should not be eaten with proteins and acid fruits at the same meal.
Vegetables, salads and fruits (whether acid or sweet) if correctly combined should form the major part of the diet.
Proteins, starches and fats should be eaten in small quantities.
Only whole grains and unprocessed starches should be used and all refined and processed foods should be eliminated from the diet.
Not less than four hours between starch and protein meals.
Milk does not combine well with food and should be kept to a minimum.
Don't mix foods that fight, see below chart.
Mix anything from List A with List B
Mix anything from List C with List B
Never mix List A and C!
Mix vegetables or salads with pulses i.e. beans/lentils - make these and unprocessed foods the main part of your diet.
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