Hay Diet

Food combining, often referred to as the Hay diet, is one of the few logical dieting methods that most health and fitness specialists would recommend, simply because there is little chance of adverse effects such as headaches or nausea.

  • 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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