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Weeks 2-4 - Detoxify Your System

For the next 3 weeks of the Ultrametabolism Diet, you'll have to restrict the types of foods you can eat to detox your system. This removes all foods that can cause an allergic reaction (even ones that are so subtle that they only affect your metabolism. Don't worry, some of these foods will be reintroduced later.

Below are the allowed foods and forbidden foods:

Foods Allowed:

-Fruit: All fresh fruit

-Vegetables: All vegetables

-Grains (gluten-free only): Amaranth, Buckwheat groats (kasha), brown rice, corn and sprouted corn tortillas, millet, quinoa, teff, wild rice

-Beans: Adzuki beans, Black beans, Chickpeas, Great Northern beans, red and white kidney beans, lentils, lima beans, navy beans, pinto beans, vegetarian refried beans, plan soy milk, play soy yogurt, soybeans, edamame, split peas, tofu, white beans (cannellini or Northern)

-Fish and Seafood: U.S. farmed abalone, anchovies, artic char (U.S. and Canadian farmed), Catfish (U.S. farmed), clams, crawfish (U.S.), small Alaskan halibut, Atlantic sea herring, mackerel (Atlantic), mussels (farmed blue, New Zeland green), Oysterrs (farmed Eastern European, Pacific), Sablefish (black cod, Alaskan), salmon (wild Alaskan), sardines, scallops (farmed bay), shrimp (Northern from Newfoundland, U.S. farmed), striped bass (farmed), tilapia (U.S.)

-Poultry: chicken (skinless white breast meat), turkey (skinless white breast meat), cornish hean

-Red meat: lamb (loin)

-Nuts and seeds: All nuts except peanuts and pistachios

-Fats and oils: Almond oil, avocado oil, coconut butter and oil, flaxseeds (ground and as flaxseed oil), grapeseed oil, macadamia nut oil, olive oil (extra virgin), olives (black and green), palm fruit oil, pumpkin seed oil, sesame seed oil (plain and toasted), walnut oil

-Beverages: filtered water, decaffeinated green tea, herbal tea

-Flavorings and seasonings: All fresh and dried whole or ground herbs and spices, low-sodium organic broth (chicken or vegetable), Chinese 5-spice powder, dark chocolate (minimum 70% cocoa), cocoa nibs, cocoa powder, red or green curry paste, garam masala, herbamare, horseradish, kelp powder, black and white pepper, pomegranate molasses, salsa, sea salt, low-sodium and gluten-free soy sauce, wasabi powder

Forbidden Foods:

-Fruit: Dried fruit, canned fruit (syrup packed), fruit juices

-Grains: Gluten-containing grains and grain products - barley, bulgur (wheat), couscous (wheat), durum (wheat), kamut (wheat), malt, malt extract, malt flavoring, malt syrup, oats and oat bran, rye, semolina (wheat), spelt, sprouted wheat, triticale, wheat, whole wheat, wheat berries, wheat bran, wheat flours (white, wheat, enriched wheat, stone ground whole-wheat, 100% whole-wheat), wheat germ, wheat starch, white rice...and of course food products made from the above grains such as bread, bread crumbs, cake, cereal (hot and cold), cookies, crackers, matzoh, pasta, pie, rolls, tortillas (wheat), wraps

-Beans: miso, tempeh

-Dairy: all dairy products)

-Eggs: all

-Poultry: chicken (with skin on), turkey (with skin on), processed poultry products

-Beef: all cuts, fresh and processed

-Pork: all cuts (fresh and processed), bacon, ham, sausage

-Deli meats: all processed meats, organ meats

-Nuts and seeds: peanuts, peanut butter, pistachios

-Fats and Oils: canola (rapeseed) oil, peanut oil, wheat germ oil

-Flavorings and seasonings: seasoning mixes that are not whole or ground herbs and spices (e.g. taco seasoning, Ranch, southwest, creole, etc.), flavorings, soy sauce and tamari made from wheat

-Beverages: all alcohol, caffeinated beverages, chocolate drinks, coffee substitutes, fruit drinks and fruit punches, instant teas, malted beverages, regular and diet sodas

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