Food Guidelines and Suggestions for Dr Hulda Clark’s Parasite Cleanse
Welcome to this page!
As a seasoned and passionate cleanser, I love the results of cleasning and am delighted to share with you this information. This was taught to I from my teacher, Merv, in New Zealand, where I first started cleansing 15 years ago. This journey made such an impact and improvement to my wellbeing, that I decided to leave my wellpaying business role and retrain in natural health and work for Merv! I wanted to learn about it so I could share the good news and possibility of transformation with others. Depression, anxiety, lack of focus, tiredness, poor immune health, digestive issues, skin issues, poor sleep and waking up groggy are just some of the elements that a cleanse addresses. I encourage everyone to cleanse at least once a year no matter what’s going on. It raises you physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually to a whole other level.
During this time, I have witnessed proboably close to 1000 cleanses. The information shared here is based on Dr Hulda Clark’s protocol and what I was taught, experimented with, researched, observed with clients abd personally experienced. It is a simple enough approach; remove foods that feed parasites, take herbs to kill them off, and support products to elminate them from body, alkalise blood, boost energy and regenerate liver and healing. You can purchases a cleanse from this site, link below, and I also have a facebook support group and also a number of Youtube videos. I offer in person and Skype sessions as well as healing sessions, should you like some personal support with your journey.
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Recommend dietary changes:
- Eliminate sugar, honey
- Eliminate fruit
- Eliminate wheat
- Eliminate Dairy (cow products – or all I now utilise a vegan based diet while cleansing)
- Eliminate coffee/ caffeine
- Eliminate vinegar (expcet for applie cider vinegar) and yeast (includes some breads, balsamic vinegar, pickled foods)
- Eliminate white potatoes and white rice
The above foods feed parasites- so during the cleanse you are ridding them from your body by:
– Starving them by not feeding them
– Taking herbs to eliminate and cleanse them from the body.
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What can you eat!?
Here’s a general list of foods that are great for you and that you can eat plentifully during the cleanse.
Go organic as much as possible for greater nutrition and purity.
Any gluten free/sugar free/dairy free bread!
Spelt bread is great.
You can buy ready made at markets/ supermarkets (aldi/tesco/superquinn…) and bake your own which you can buy in a pack at the gluten free/special dietary section of the supermarket- if you are baking your own- you can try soy milk instead of dairy. Baking my own and Soul Bakery available in some Super Values are my favourites.
Any lactose free unsweetened milk – Soy/ Almond/Hemp/ Rice milk… Use this time to try all different types of milk laternatives. Also it is easy to make your own. Make sure no added sugar or sweetener!
Stevia – buy online or from health store: This is a green leafy herb that is sweeter than sugar. It has not the same mass as sugar- which means it won’t create the same effect when baking, however, you can add it into sauces or whatever you are cooking/baking for a sweeter effect. A little goes along way- it is sweeter than sugar. It is actually good for your pancreas and doesn’t affect your blood sugar levels or feed parasites like sugar does. I do not reccomend usig much of this, but a little Stevia here and there is fine.
Herbals teas are great- green tea or mate for energy, chamomile for relaxing your digestive system and sleeping, mint for digestion, nettle for cleansing, acidic blood and painful joints. Try plenty of teas through this cleanse as they help you feel well and it’s a good time to experiment with new things.
Cheese and dairy
Instead of cow based dairy products, try going dairy free and for a vegan diet. Vegan chesses are great and surprisingly delicious! Choose organic goat products if you must, for example some goats cheese.
Meat, poulty, fish etc.
Stay away from meat completely if you can. However, I have seen many people who eat meat succeed and have a successful cleanse, so if you feel you must or that it will greatly help that is okay too. Some people may get great strength from roast chicken and salad etc. and that is okay. There is flexibility here. Here are general guidelines:
Stay away from all processed meats.
Do not eat any raw meat or fish- this is how certain parasites can enter the body.
Stick to good quality properly cooked meats, fish, chicken…
You can eat eggs if you wish on the cleanse, again go organic.
Porridge- Oats are fine, mix with non dairy milk, stevia if you like to sweeten, cinnamon
and chai spices add delicious flavour.
I love brown rice instead of oats too. It’s worth cooking a decent amount of brown rice and then using in a few different meals over a few days. It is also great served cold with salad! SEE VIDEO BELOW- it may not look great but it is warming, nurturing, comforting and satisfying!
Eggs: Boiled, poached, scrambled with spelt toast.
Avocados – on spelt toast with a sprinkle of salt
Tomatoes/ cucumber, lettuce, hummus – on spelt toast with a sprinkle of salt
Try a salad at any time of say- also fantastic for breakfast – and gives the body great morning energy- that can be seen in your glow and skin.
Choose a combination of any salad foods including the above and
All green leaves
All salad food-
Grated raw carrot and raw beetroot with lemon juice, olive oil, salt and pepper.
Red and green peppers, slightly steamed broccoli, mixed with hummus and toasted hazelnuts.
Salad Nicoise- Lettuce leaves, olives, soft boiled eggs, flakes of hard goats cheese/ vegan cheese.
Chicken/prawn Caesar Salad. Green leaves, flakes of hard goats cheese, olive oil combined with some bbq/grilled…. prawns/ chicken/ meat.
Warm grilled Goats cheese salad- Salad leaves with some beetroot, almonds and warm grilled goats cheese..
Roasted vegetables on a bed of salad with any of the above ingredients.
Courgette, goats cheese and basil Frittata- Use some garlic when frying courgette and then remove- serve with salad.
Vegetarian Curry; put in some roasted veg or lightly chop up and cook- cauliflower, sweet potatoe, tomatoe, spinach, chickpeas… Add curry spices, coconut oil, fry together, add plenty of coconut cream and spinach for last few minutes. Serve with brown rice.
Delicious Dahl: A very important dish if you are vegetarian or vegan while on this cleanse. I once read that George Harrision said that being vegetarian is easy once you have dahl every day! I have to agree with this, it makes a big difference to my general strength and wellbeing! I like to add a few different types of lentils together, cook in veg bullion for 40 mins, light steam cauliflower for a few minutes, add curry spices, turmeric, pepper, florets of cauliflower, add either chopped tomatoes or cherry tomatoes, and in last 5 minutes organic coconut cream, and spinach. Wonderful served with brown rice or quinoa and with salad. Try some fresh lime juice on top! Delicious!
Any form of stirfry with brown rice is wonderful ,add tofu, ginger, lemon…
Quinoa cooked and then put into dish and into over with cherry tomatoes and either vegan or goats cheese served with salad.
Brown spelt spaghetti with tomatoe sauce with caluiflowers, coconut cream, veg builllion and spinach!
Brown Rice – instead of white rice
Sweet potatoes roasted in oven – instead of regular potatoes (release sugar more slowly in body)
Try quinoa- its’ a south american grain instead of rice or as another option, it’s really nice, slightly nutty like yourself and has protein in it which is great for giving you energy- can have it with stir fry or cold with salad
Check out also amaranth and buckwheat as great options to work with.
All vegetables (not too much corn or carrots as can be sweet- but a bit is fine)
Make/bake bread/ scones pizza bases etc- (Use spelt or look up gluten free, dairy free, sugar free recipes online- there are loads and try some out).
Meat/ chicken/ fish all fine- bbq or cook how you like and eat with salad/ veg/ sweet potatoes/ brown rice/ brown rice pasta…
Raw nuts might become one of your close friends;- Almonds, hazelnuts. Ideally go organic. Stay away from any old tasting nuts as they are moldy and toxic to the body!
Soak almonds overnight and take off skin the next day. Nutritional content, digestibility and satisfaction increase greatly with this. The skin on almonds is also said to be toxic, so really remove where possible!
Ryvita crackers, avocado…
Any crackers that are wheat free, sugar free and dairy free..
Almond butter- delicious.
Try Ryvita crackers with almond butter / salad/ hummus as a handy snack.
Buckwheat pancakes with savoury fillings, with fresh salad, followed buckwheat pancakes with cashew butter and cocnut cream! Delish!!
Sugar cravings and morning tonic!
Have 15 mls of apple cider vinegar in hot or cold water as a tonic each morning. Ideally start off your dad with 1 litre of warm water at least 1 hour prior to eating breakfast. Also great with lemon juice.
This also helps to sort out sugar cravings and cleanse the body.
Add cinnamon- 2 teaspoons a day to something you are eating if you like or take directly- this reduces sugar cravings massively and is good for you. Some people have even come out of Type two Diabetes by taking 1-2 teaspoon or 1-2 capsules of cinnamon a day, every day. 2 teaspoons of cinnamon in the morning are known to reduce afternoon sugar cravings.
Consider a liquid mineral supplment to reblance minerals in the body.
Organic Super greens 1 – 2 times a day, to cleanse, alkalise and energise body.
And why not add a few side dishes of…
Pray, meditate, affirm great health and enjoy! Whatever this moment is accept it. Act is as if you have chosen it. This acceptance brings peace and calm.
Try praying a prayer that makes you feel well or chanting silently, any mantra that works for you such as the Maha Mantra, ‘Hare Krishna, Hare Krishna, Krishna Krishna, Hare Hare, Hare Rama, Hare Rama, Rama Rama, Hare Hare,’
Or repeating an affirmation such as, ‘ I feel great and I am happy with the choices I am making.’
All of these practices will increase the internal potency of light, give you extra strength to continue and bring you right into the here and now.
Om Shanti. Hare Krishna!
Lots of love to you on your journey