Doctor’s Diet Program
Do’s and Don’t
1. Eat small amounts often. Eat every meal and have in-between -meal snacks. Some protein rich food (seafood, meats poultry, eggs, cheese, nuts , etc) must be eaten at every meal or snack. Missing meals or snacks will slow your metabolism. Have protein-rich foods readily available.
A. Cured meats (beef jerky, summer sausage, ham, luncheon meats etc.)
B. Chicken tuna, ham, and turkey salad.
C. Low-crab protein shakes and meal replacement bars
D. Nuts and roasted soybeans
E. Aged cheese (Swiss, Cheddar, Mozzarella, Jake, etc)
F. Hard boiled eggs
3. Avoid granulated or powered sugars
Use artificial sweeteners such as Equal. Splenda, and Sweet-n-low
4. Limit saturated or powered sugars
Do not eat deep-fat-fried foods or foods that are breaded or fried.
Eat leaner cuts of meat (sirloin, NY Strip, ground round or ground turkey, etc.)
Grilling, baking, broiling, roasting, or boiling is best.
Do not eat the skin of any bird.
8. Always stay on the diet. Don’t cheat.
when you do stray, don’t kick yourself, but figure out why you cheated and correct it. Commons reasons are not ending every meal and snack,
not eating enough protein, and not having protein-rich foods available.
Remember to take your daily Nutritional and Coral Calcium two times a day!