The Diet to End All Diets
QuantumMAN™ understands the importance of the correct diet for maximum performance of the human body including the brain's neural pathways. ZAG, the private humanitarian research group that employs QuantumMAN™ has developed a carefully designed diet that is extremely beneficial for a number of medical issues. In particular, the group's research indicates that an improper diet can lead to a fungal overgrowth or an enrichment of an existing fungal overgrowth in your intestinal tract that gives rise to toxins that are capable of causing a vast array of illnesses including obesity. See "Obesity Flowchart of Causes". This fungal phenomenon was discovered by Dr. Iwata at the University of Tokyo in the 1950s. After years of clinical testing ZAG has created the St. Gallen Diet™ for the general public because ZAG discovered that fungus and its toxins are the leading cause of obesity and its metabolic issues.
Don't Feed Your Fungus!
ZAG's monumental discovery that fungus is the leading cause of obesity has led to ZAG calling obesity "The Doughboy Phenomenon." Like the Pillsbury Doughboy that plumps up due to yeast (a fungal member), so does the obese individual who feasts on fungal foods. Thus the St. Gallen Diet™ is integral to the serious individual who wanting to lose and finally keep off excess weight. Starve the fungus and it will die, but that needs the further assistance of Quantum Weight Control™ to help kill the fungus. Not every restriction on the St. Gallen Diet™ has to do with fungus or yeast. Its non-fungal restrictions address other important metabolic issues as well.
As noted above, the St. Gallen Diet™ restricts you from eating foods that tend to feed the fungal monster within your body, if present, and stabilize your neural endocrine system. It is designed as an "Exchange" diet that specifies the number of exchanges of certain food groups allowed during the day. Exchange means you can exchange one food for another within that food category. Foods are categorized into six food groups: starches, milk, meat, vegetables, fruits and fats. The St. Gallen Diet™ is designed for the client to have six feedings a day with each feeding not to exceed 3 hours from the proceeding meal or snack.
When following the St. Gallen Diet™, caloric intake (preferably not more than 2000 calories or less than 1000 calories daily) is not nearly as important as complying with the following "Avoidance Lists" so as to not eat or drink the wrong foods and beverages that feed the fungus and destabilize your blood and brain sugars, adversely impacting your metabolism. However, it is important to note that there are a number of studies that demonstrate that people who slash their caloric intake, when compared to normal eaters, the dieters' hearts resembled those of much younger people. Caloric restriction actually reverses the aging process. A starving rat experiment demonstrated the less the rats ate, the longer they lived with some rats living double the lifespan of the normal fed rats. Less is more with caloric restriction.
On the other hand, there are obese people who only eat 250 calories per day and still can't lose weight. Here the problem is too many wrong diets over the years without correcting the person's metabolism. Now, that person's brain has been programmed into a strong metabolic mode to prevent weight loss. Fortunately, the St. Gallen Diet™, Quantum Weight Control™ and QFood™ are able to reset that person's metabolism and reprogram the dysfunctional neural physiology of the brain.
Notice to QuantumXtreme™ Medicine Users: The St. Gallen Diet™ is extremely important to follow as carefully as possible to optimize your success with quantum treatments. Non-compliance with the St. Gallen Diet™ will lead to disappointing resulting from your downloads if the diet is recommended as part of your treatment process. All individuals suffering from chronic illnesses or cancer commonly have a compromised immune system that has subsequently allowed an opportunistic fungal overgrowth to occur in their intestinal tract. This fungal overgrowth can aggravate the quantum treatment process unless the fungal element is starved of its nutritional requirements during treatment. Individuals living in developing countries or those persons having lifestyles making it difficult to strictly adhere to the St. Gallen Diet™ are offered a compromised list of food and beverage recommendations. See the following modified avoidance list for those individuals living in developing countries:
- no sugar or sugar containing foods or drinks including artificially sweetened drinks
- no alcoholic beverages
- no coffee or teas
- no cheese or bread
- minimize fruit intake
- no processed meat
St. Gallen Diet™ Summary List of Foods and Beverages to Avoid
Foods and Beverages to Avoid
The following is a list of foods and beverages to avoid because, among other reasons, they fuel fungal overgrowth that likely exists within your body. This can negatively impact your metabolism and neural endocrine system as well as burden your immune system to markedly hinder attainment of your health goals.
Foods To Avoid
- Sweets; sugar and sugar containing foods, especially those containing "fructose" and "high fructose corn syrup" including all artificial sweeteners.
- Breads, pastries and other raised bakery goods (containing yeast)
- Cheeses: All cheeses.
- Condiments, sauces and vinegar-containing foods: Ketchup, mustard, mayonnaise, salad dressings, olives, relishes, chili, soy and shrimp sauces, etc.
- Potatoes, sweet potatoes, poi, tofu
- Malt products: Cereals, candy, malted milk drinks.
- Beef: steak, veal, hamburger
- Fish and Shellfish
- Processed and smoked meats: Pickled and smoked meats and fish, bacon, ham, sausages, hot dogs, corned beef, pastrami, etc.
- Edible fungi: All types of mushrooms, morels and truffles.
- All fruits
- Leftovers: Food must be frozen immediately after cooking if you desire to eat it later. Otherwise do not eat even if kept refrigerated otherwise.
- Dried and candied fruits: Raisins, apricots, dates, prunes, figs, pineapple, etc.
- Black Pepper
- Iodized salt containing sugar
- Vegetable oils in high linoleic acid (soybean, cottonseed, corn oils)
Beverages To Avoid
- Fruit Juices
- Coffee, tea including herbal tea except "Pau d'Arco" tea
- Alcoholic beverages
- Diet drinks
Miscellaneous To Avoid
- Supplements containing yeast: Unless a supplement specifically states that it is "yeast free", you must assume that it does contain yeast.
- Supplements containing "maltodextrin".
- Medications that list an adverse side-effect that causes some kind of infection or inflammation ("-itis"): Such medications are indicative that they are suppressing your immune system..entirely contrary to your goals and re-acquisition of your total health.
- Any item containing artificial sweeteners
- Avoid microwaving or cooking foods in plastic containers or covering them with plastic wrap. Remove and place in Corningware or Pyrex glass containers when cooking. Cover with a paper towel or paper plate if needed.
- Avoid freezing water in plastic bottles or drinking water from plastic bottles.
- Avoid agave nectar.
Click here to print the "St. Gallen Diet™ Foods and Beverages to Avoid" noted above.
Foods and Beverages Allowed on the St. Gallen Diet™
The following is a list of foods and beverages allowed on the St. Gallen Diet™:
- Yeast-free breads made from allowed grain
- Cereals and Grains
- Pasta made from above grains
- Noodles made from above grains
- Puffed cereals from allowed grains
- Cereals from above grains (sugar-free)
- Starchy vegetables
- Baked beans (no sugar)
- Peas, green
- Peas, sugarsnap
- Squash, winter (acorn or butternut)
- Lima beans
- Garbanzo, pinto, kidney, white, split or black-eye beans/peas
- Starchy foods prepared with fat
- Muffins (made from allowed grains)
- Pancakes (made from allowed grains and sugar-free recipe)
- Waffles (made from allowed grains and sugar-free recipe)
- Whole wheat crackers (yeast-free)
- Whole milk
- Goat's milk
- Evaporated whole milk
- Sugar-free yogurt, plain
- Soy milk (sugar-free)
- Almond milk (unsweetened)
- Artichokes/artichoke hearts
- Beans (green, wax, Italian)
- Bean sprouts
- Brussel sprouts
- Green onions/scallions
- Greens (collard, kale, mustard, turnip)
- Mixed vegetables
- Salad greens
- Summer squash
- Tomato (vegetable juice, sparingly*)
- Water chestnuts
- Lean meats - medium fat meats
- Chicken (dark meat, no skin)
- Turkey (dark meat, no skin)
- Chicken (white meat, no skin)
- Duck/goose (well-drained of fat, no skin)
- Meat substitutes
- Cottage cheese (4.5% fat)
- Eggs (well-cooked)
- Lean meats - medium fat meats
- Fats and misc.
- Oil (olive, grapeseed)
- Nuts (sparingly*, keep frozen)
- Tahini paste
- Safflower oil
- Seeds (sparingly*)
- Sesame butter
- Salt (including sea salt)
- Approved salad dressing: Anne's Naturals Lemon and Chive Dressing
- Cayenne pepper
- Distilled water
- Mineral water
- Tahebo (Pau d'Arco) tea or Brazilian teas
- Bottled water, unsweetened
* Sparingly means once or twice a week.
Click here to print the "St. Gallen Diet™ Exchange List of Allowed Foods & Beverages" noted above.
Exchange System Allows Flexibility in Personalizing Your St Gallen Diet™
A popular method of balancing carbohydrates, fats and protein chosen by ZAG for its St. Gallen Diet™ is the “Exchange System”. The exchange system categorizes all foods into six food groups: meats, milks, starches, vegetables, fruits and fats except the St. Gallen Diet™ deliberately omits the food group containing fruit. The exchange system then averages each group’s calories as follows:
- meats: 50-75 calories per ounce
- milk: 150 calories per cup
- starches: 80 calories per cup or slice of bread
- vegetables: 25 calories per cup raw or ½ cup cooked
- fats: 45 calories per tsp oil/butter or tblsp of nuts/seeds
The concept of “exchange” means you can exchange one food for another within the same category.
The following is an example of a 1200 calorie exchange diet wherein you may select foods from the 5 remaining basic categories as along as they are permitted on the diet. It is preferred that your diet generally be a high complex carbohydrate (50-55% of total calories), low fat (15-20% of total calories), low protein diet (30-35% of total calories). Complex carbohydrates include the starch and vegetable food groups. The fat category includes nuts, seeds, oils, avocado and the fat contained in less-than-lean meats. The protein category includes milk and meat groups. With the exchange system, it is relatively easy to keep track of calories by memorizing the listing above and plugging in the foods you like (and are allowed) into the menu below.
* "Exchange" means you can exchange one food for another within the same food category.
Click here to print out the 1200+ calorie St. Gallen Diet™ in Exchange Format
Help with Compliance
QuantumMAN™ realizes that not everyone will be fully compliant with the diet despite its importance. Therefore, in anticipation of this problem, QuantumMAN™ has been supplied with three tools to help his clients with any compliance issues:
The St. Gallen Diet Assistant™ provides you a computerized feedback system wherein you input daily what you eat and drink to compare how your actual dietary intake complies with the St. Gallen Diet™. The St. Gallen Diet Assistant™ then bar graphs your dietary compliance results daily for you to follow and see your progress. This is a free service compliments of QuantumMAN™. Click here to go to the St. Gallen Diet Assistant™.
The Diet Repair™ is a powerful quantum remedy to help control your appetite and repair the metabolic damage caused by your dietary indiscretions. This keeps you from losing ground and getting discouraged. Click here to go to Diet Repair™.
Last, but not least, QuantumMAN™ recommends the following reference cookbook, The Candida Albicans Yeast-Free Cookbook by Pat Connolly, that provides 150 recipes that mostly comply with the recommendations of the St. Gallen Diet™. Avoid those foods in the cookbook's recipes that are in conflict with the St. Gallen Diet™.