Based on what has been stated above, the daily menu of a health-building and vitalising diet should be on the following lines:
Upon arising: A glass of lukewarm water mixed with the juice of a half a lemon and a
teaspoon of honey, or a glass of freshly squeezed juice of any available seasonable fruit such as
apple, pineapple, orange, sweet lime, and grapes.
Breakfast: Fresh fruits such as apple, orange, banana, grapes, or any available seasonal
fruits, a cup of butter-milk or unpasteurised milk and a handful of raw nuts or a couple of
tablespoons of sunflower and pumpkin seeds.
Mid-morning snack: One apple or a banana or any other fruit.
Lunch: A bowl of freshly prepared steamed vegetables using salt, vegetable oil and butter for
seasoning, one or two slices of whole grain bread or chappatis and a glass of butter-milk.
Mid-afternoon : A glass of fresh fruit or vegetable juice or any available fruit.
Dinner: A large bowl of fresh salad made up of green vegetables, such as tomatoes, carrot,
cabbage, cucumber, red beet and onion with lime juice dressing, any available sprouts such as
alfalfa seeds, and mung beans, a warm vegetable course, if desired, one tablespoon of fresh
butter, cottage cheese, or a glass of butter-milk.
The above menu is a general outline around which an individual diet can be built. It can be
modified and changed to adopt to specific requirements and conditions. The menu for lunch and
dinner is interchangeable.
Do not drink liquids with meals. The water should be taken half an hour before meals or an hour
after meals. Milk, buttermilk, and vegetable soups are foods and can be taken with meals.