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God’s Ideal Diet for Man began in the Garden of Eden….

The Fountain Valley Remedies Diet is a menu of 80% raw and 20% cooked (without the use of dangerous processed foods), plant-based whole food, and 20% cooked, plant-based food.

Plant-based food vs. meat:

God designed the human body differently than carnivorous mammals.  Our digestive tract was not equipped with the difficult task of processing and disposing of meat.  Here’s why:  Carnivorous mammals have a relatively short and straight digestive tract that eliminates meat waste efficiently.

Humans (as well as Herbivores) have a much longer digestive tract that includes many turns as well as pockets.  Our stomach acid is not designed to completely break down meat, as it does with plant based foods; therefore, undigested meat can get trapped in these turns and pockets.  The stomach of animals secretes powerful digestive enzymes with about 10 times the amount of hydrochloric acid than that of a human or herbivore.  The pH of a carnivore’s stomach is around 1-2 (highly acidic) with food in the stomach, but for herbivores and humans, the pH ranges from 4-5 with food in the stomach.   As a result, it can putrefy for large periods of time, delaying elimination and thus causing toxicity or auto-intoxification, which then encourages disease.

There is amazing power in the food we eat, to create or destroy health.  We are faced with the choice of using this great tool every day by the things we eat.  Incorporating the dense live enzymes and nutrients found in primarily a raw, plant-based diet and their juices, will be all the body needs to feed the nutritional needs of the cells, which will then empower the body to restore damaged cells, rebuilding the whole body. 


Where is the Proof?

The Fountain Valley Remedies Diet is based on the physical nourishment as intended from our Creator and Great Physician as found in Genesis 1:29: “And God said, Behold, I have given you every herb bearing seed, which is upon the face of all the earth, and every tree, in the which is the fruit of a tree yielding seed; to you it shall be for meat [food].”

The Fountain Valley Remedies Diet includes eating more fruits and vegetables, drinking more water, avoiding saturated fats and hydrogenated oils, consuming more fiber, and then getting as much exercise, sunshine, and fresh air as possible, along with alleviating stress, having faith in God and the fact that He has provided in nature food for our sustenance.

Hippocrates Health Institute,  Director Brian Clement, stated that in a recent study of people enrolled in their program,  attendees who stayed on a 75% raw food program with 25% cooked, easily stayed well.  But when they went down to 70% raw with 30% cooked, they found their immune system dropped by 17%.  Finally, they found that if the raw intake went down to 65% with 35% cooked, immunity dropped 48%!  Working toward a high raw intake is important!!

Through the testimonials of hundreds of people who have been on the 80% raw food diet with 20% cooked as in The Fountain Valley Remedies Diet, we have witnessed the relieving of symptoms of acid reflux, high blood pressure, heart disease, obesity, cancer and more.

Below are the basic guidelines of foods eaten on The Highway To Health Diet:

The 80% Raw Portion

This portion of The Fountain Valley Remedies Diet is composed of foods from the garden, the foods God has given man to eat (Genesis 1:29). The dense living nutrients found in raw foods and their juices produce boundless energy and vibrant health while saturating the cells with living enzymes, vitamins, and minerals, thus controlling hunger.

  • Beverages:  Freshly extracted vegetable juices, Superfood, Superfood Mint, Spirulina Plus, Broccoli Sprout Powder, lemon water, and distilled water

  • Dairy Alternatives:  Fresh almond milk, creamy banana milk, as well as frozen banana, strawberry, or blueberry "fruit creams"

  • Fruit:  All fresh, as well as unsulphured organic dried fruit (limit fruit to no more than 15% of daily food intake).  Limited avocados to two per week.

  • Grains:  Soaked oats, raw muesli, dehydrated granola, dehydrated flat breads and crackers

  • Beans:  Green beans, peas, sprouted garbanzos, sprouted lentils, and sprouted mung beans

  • Nuts & Seeds:  Raw almonds, sunflower seeds, macadamia nuts, walnuts, raw almond butter or tahini (consume sparingly).  Overeating of nuts produces a taxation on the liver and gallbladder.  (Soak ahead of time to remove enzyme inhibitor).

  • Oils and Fats:  Extra virgin olive oil, Udo’s Oil, coconut oil, flaxseed oil (the oil of choice for people with cancer, except men with prostate cancer, who may be better served meeting the essential fat needs through freshly ground flaxseed), and avocados

  • Seasonings:  Fresh or dehydrated herbs, garlic, sweet onions, parsley, and salt-free seasonings

  • Sweets: Fruit smoothies, raw fruit pies with nut/date crusts, date-nut squares, etc.

  • Vegetables: All raw vegetables

  • Soups: Raw soups

The 20% Cooked Portion

Cooked foods follow the raw salad at lunch or evening meals and can prove beneficial for those trying to maintain body weight.

  • Beverages: Caffeine-free herb teas and cereal-based coffee alternatives, along with bottled organic juices

  • Beans: Lima, adzuki, black, kidney, navy, pinto, red, and white (utilized best in the body by sprouting)

  • Dairy: Non-dairy cheese, almond milk and rice milk (use sparingly)

  • Fruit: Cooked and unsweetened frozen fruits

  • Grains: Whole-grain cereals, breads, muffins, pasta, brown rice, millet, amaranth, and quinoa, utilized best by sprouting to remove enzyme inhibitor)

  • Oils:  Vegan mayonnaise made from cold-pressed oils

  • Seasonings:  Same as the 85% portion, plus unrefined sea salt (use sparingly)

  • Soups:  Soups made from scratch without fat, dairy, or refined table salt

  • Sweeteners: Raw, unfiltered honey, rice syrup, unsulphured molasses, stevia, carob, pure maple syrup, date sugar, or coconut sugar.  Agave nectar not recommended.

  • Vegetables: Steamed or wok-cooked fresh or frozen vegetables, baked white, red, or sweet potatoes, squash, etc.

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