I was only talking theory, for the most part, in that post, nothing to take literally. I think all food is good, but if you were raised on a diet of rice and veggies, then it is best to conform to that diet and slowly make the transition into new foods, if that is your choice.
The body does not like to be jolted! So any changes in the diet should be very slow.
From my post this is important to remember:
"I think we make many mistakes on our road to wellness and the BIGGEST is drastically changing our diet and throwing new foods into our system, especially health shakes that contain all sorts of proteins and unusual foods like algaes, mushrooms, soy, and other exotic plants"
Here is an example of what I call a good meal plan for one day:
breakfast- a bowl of oatmeal with some fresh fruit
lunch- an omelet with brocolli and cheese with a side of whole wheat toast or whatever bread you like
dinner- potato/rice/whole grain pasta, lightly steamed veggie & meat or fish
****avoid processed/boxed foods & white Sugar & flour
****snacks nuts, fresh raw fruits or veggies, yogurt