Meal Plan: No Grains, Nuts, Seeds or Tubers!

cheese soup

So, you just began following Dr. Wil Spencer’s dietary suggestions of no grains, nuts, seeds or tubers. Are you panicking yet? Yeah, it’s quite common upon hearing the diet to have more questions than answers. Probably, because no one really wants to give up those things! Especially, bread and pasta and cake and cookies…..yup, not easy to give up!

The most powerful reason you are having such a hard time with the whole concept, is because the population of microbes living in your gut are so out of balance that they are calling the shots! What I mean is that when your gut is working properly and is healthy, you don’t crave things like bread, pasta, sugar and all the other things that feed the pathogenic overload! You simply lose your taste for them. Why? Because the pathogens that live off of sugar (grains turn into sugar!) are no longer causing the cravings that feed THEM!

And, by the way, the reasons for no nuts and seeds is explained here. It basically comes down to anti-nutrients in these foods that wreck havoc on your digestive system. The reasons for foregoing grains, in case you forgot, is here. Tubers (potatoes and sweet potatoes) are very high in sugar. All of these foods can be eaten on an 80/20 ratio once you’ve given your body a break from them….completely….for, at least, two months. Three months is better. I went off of them for over a year and now eat them in very limited amounts. But see what your body feels best doing.

Now for the main reason of this article: a meal plan. What foods DO you eat and how do you put together a day of food? There are endless combinations, but I’ll give you an idea of my day.

I always start my day with a bowl of fruit covered in either cream or yogurt. I usually add some honey to plain yogurt. I also have my coffee. Oh yes….there will be coffee. Later in the morning, ten or eleven o’clock, I might have some cheese or meat. Perhaps some soup.

For lunch, I usually do some roll ups. I find the best cold cuts I can and add some homemade mayo or some mustard. Sometimes, I have leftovers of last night’s dinner. Sometimes yogurt or more cheese. I have a local farm that sells raw milk and have a glass. Making an egg omelet or a salad is another option.

Dinner is simply a meat and veggies. I also use zucchini as a pasta (click here for a fun gadget) with Italian sauce, or “gravy” say some Italians, and meatballs. I also make an awesome Chili in the winter (no beans–same reason as the grains) or meat casseroles. So delicious and no one misses the grains.

In the file section of the Facebook group, Body Electrician Community Kitchen (join us if you haven’t already), you’ll find all kinds of bread alternatives. Oopsies are fun to make and break up the food dull drums. There are also numerous desserts that, let’s face it, add some fun back into our lives and tastebuds. Ice cream is a stand by in our house. I make a pretty good cheesecake with just a touch of organic cornstarch. And for a quick dessert, try dates and cream cheese.

Dr. Wil Spencer’s book, “The Underlying Cause of the Unconscious Conspiracy Against Our Health” has a whole chapter dedicated to diet.  Author, Denie Heistand, has a book called “Electrical Nutrition“, which has a meal plan section that can be quite helpful.

Hope this helps to give you some ideas and resources. Feel free to add your own ideas for a grain, nut, seed or tuber free meal idea!


How Stubborn Is Your Pathogenic Overload?

How stubborn is your pathogenic overload? The answer may surprise you. It has more to do with your choice of medical care!

This video from Dr. Wil Spencer covers that fact that people following the protocol of the Natural Health Industry (and, yes, it is an industry) are tougher to treat than people coming out of the Allopathic Health World. Still downing gallons of the latest natural health “miracle” herb? Give a listen to my favorite Doc!

Dr. Wil Spencer lecturing at Wild-by-Nature: 3 Locations!!!

wild by nature front shotDr. Wil Spencer is coming again to Long Island to lecture at not one, not two….but THREE different locations of Wild-by-Nature!! So, basically, you will have three different opportunities to expand your mind on health, nutrition and what creates vibrant health on May 8, 9 and 11!

If you are already familiar with Dr. Wil, then you already know you must come and listen. Each lecture is new and inspiring and filled with great new information. If, by chance, you have not familiarized yourself with this man and his paradigm-shifting information–then here is your opportunity!

Why paradigm-shifting, you ask? Well, when you have been dabbling, or dare I say diving, into the natural health/nutrition field for as long as I have, your ears perk up when most everything you have learned is turned on it’s head, after digesting one of his lectures!

I thought I knew that coconut oil was awesome, juicing was life itself, grains were okay….as long as they were soaked! Nuts are fine as long as they are soaked, too, right? Crickets. And all the vitamins and bio-identicals are just what my body needs!?

Well, then surely iodine is important for me?



Dude! What’s happening to my world!!

Alright….breathe. Count to ten. Ground yourself and remember that what lead you to asking questions is what leads you to new information. If you’re not ready to allow this information to penetrate and assimilate into your belief system (oh….and there’s lots of things Dr. Wil likes to talk about regarding that great topic!), then pick your derriere up off the stacking chairs at Wild-by-Nature and continue to enjoy your ignorant bliss. No harm, no foul. It’s just information….

But, I guarantee–This information will forever make you question what you think you know!

Location and Times:

Lots of information will be on the Facebook Group page: Body Electrician Community Kitchen

Come join the group and the conversation!!