I Introduce ONE new food at a time-this makes it possible determine whether each new food I can tolerate.

‘This chart is based on the healing process that is taking place. It is not based on a timeline. Some people may be able to add new foods more quickly than others.” – pecanbread

Intro & Stage 1

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FRUITSWorks for Me:FRUITS
Peeled, deseeded
& well cooked

Works for Me:
Legal Juice
or Gelatin Only

Grape Juice
(100% grape, any color, not frozen, not with calcium)
Apple Cider
(non-alcoholic cider only, brown, refrigerated; commercial apple JUICE IS NOT legaIntro

FRUITS
Legal Juice
or Gelatin Only

Grape Juice
(100% grape, any color, not frozen, not with calcium)
Apple Cider
(non-alcoholic cider only, brown, refrigerated; commercial apple JUICE IS NOT legal)
Used to drink: diluted 50/50 with waterHomemade Applesauce
Homemade Pearsauce

Raw
Banana
(very ripe with spots)
VEGETABLES
Peeled
& well cooked
VEGETABLES
Peeled, deseeded
& well cooked
Carrot
(cooked for 4 hours
and pureed for moderate
to severe symptoms
Used in chicken soup(although not
required, pureed is a great
way to start)
Acorn Squash
Buttercup Squash
Butternut Squash
Spinach
Zucchini (and
other summer squash)
Acorn Squash
Zucchini (and
other summer squash)
MEATS
Roast/Boiled
or Broiled
MEATS
Roast/Boiled
or Broiled
Chicken
Beef
Turkey
Lean Pork
Lean Game Meats
(NO Ham or Bacon)
Beef for burgers
Chicken Soup with carrots
Burgers
chicken
turkey
NUTSNUTS
Homemade Nut Milk
Blanched Almond Milk
Pecan Milk
Homemade Nut Milk
yogurt
Blanched Almond Milk
EGGSEGGS
Any Style
st
Any Style
When cooking,
keep fats
to a minimum
because they are
harder to dige
BoiledAny Style