Lipophilic Detoxification Program

Eggnog Breakfast:

The purpose of this meal is to supply a large quantity of natural lecithin.  Egg yolks are 70% natural lecithin and go directly to the liver and are adsorbed into liver cells. 

Note that eggs are a second choice for this program.  Concentrated phospholipids mixed with encapsulated glutathione are the best choice.  Concentrated phospholipids assure near 100% cellular adsorption in the liver.  Glutathione is delivered directly to liver cells.  If using concentrated phospholipids, reduce eggs to two.  After blending stir in 1 teaspoon of glutathione and 3 Tbsp concentrated phospholipids.

This is a nutrient dense meal.  You probably won’t get hungry until late afternoon or evening. 

The High Fat Meal:

High fat foods are filling.  They fill you up and you probably not feel hungry for a long time after eating. 

When you do, eat a high fat meal.  A high fat meal includes butter, sour cream, coconut oil, animal fat or lard.  Saturated fat intake should be approximately eight times the amount of unsaturated fats.  This is MUCH more saturated fat than most people are used to eating.  Please see the phospholipid detox manual for meal suggestions.

Basically any meal high in saturated fat is okay as long as it has a minimum of carbohydrates.  For example a baked potato LOADED with butter and/or sour cream, where the volume of butter and sour cream equal the volume of the potato. 

A high fat meal should include at least two ounces of fat in the beginning.  One ounce of fat is ¼ stick of butter.  As you progress you should increase the fat intake to as much as you can tolerate, preferably 4 ounces or an entire stick of butter at the meal.  The goal of the high fat meal is twofold:

The Fiber Chaser

After the high fat meal you should consume an eight ounce glass of prune juice with 2 tablespoons of psyllium fiber mixed in. 

The fiber chaser combines a natural laxative and a fiber bulking agent.  The fiber expands and absorbs the fats and bile that are in the gut and helps minimize both fat and toxin re-absorption.   The prune juice is a natural laxative to speed gut transit.

The faster the toxic-bile laden fat traverses the gut, the less toxin re-absorption will occur.  Ideally, a stool will occur within three hours of the high fat meal and fiber chaser.

So the program works like this:

  1. Eat phospholipids that adsorb directly into the liver;
  2. Displaced fats with lipid-soluble toxins are collected in the gall bladder as toxic bile;
  3. The high fat meal causes the toxic bile to be released into the gut as part of normal digestion;
  4. The Fiber chaser rushes the meal through the gut minimizing toxin re-absorption;
  5. The high fat content helps to dilute toxins in-gut also minimizing absorption.

Nutrient dense foods high in saturated fats fill you up quickly and you will not get hungry for a long time, typically six or more hours.  It is unlikely that you will feel hungry after the high fat meal.

Other Meals

If you’re still hungry at the end of the day eat fresh fruits or vegetables, or berries.  The earlier meals provided no raw intake.  Raw snacks will provide natural roughage and minerals not available from high fat meals.   Suggestions:

Do not eat fat as an evening snack.  Evening fats will trigger bile release which will subsequently re-absorb slowing detoxification. 

If you’re really hungry, then have another high fat meal with a fiber chaser.

The Good the Bad and the Ugly

Fats that are solid at room temperature, saturated fats, should be consumed eight times more than unsaturated fats, olive and canola oil.  Use ONLY cold pressed unsaturated fats.

Avoid all margarine, vegetable oil and processed foods.  Avoid sugar and carbohydrates other than from fresh fruit and vegetable sources.  Nearly all fast food is loaded with vegetable oil.  Vegetable oil either contains hexane, a petroleum solvent and lipophilic toxin itself, or is converted to plastic during heat extraction at about 800 degrees Fahrenheit.  Either way, vegetable oil is unfit for human consumption.

Use salt to taste, but use sea salt or real salt, not table salt.