The Gracie Diet On The Go – Anytime, Anywhereby Rorion Gracie filed under Tools and Tips
The Diet is flexible enough that, even if you are at a 7-Eleven in the middle of nowhere, you can still improvise. Here are some suggestions:
First – look for any fresh fruit and use it as the base of your meal, taking into consideration the proper combinations;
Second – if there are no fresh fruits, try a salad (no dressing) and nuts (without raisins);
Third – a bag of nuts (without raisins) and water, crackers are optional and finally – a tuna or turkey sandwich and water.
Tips and Reminders
- Raw or cooked egg yolk, coconut water, brewer’s yeast, coffee, and several kinds of tea are neutral. They’re compatible with any food.
- Bread should be made from whole flour and should not be consumed within 24 hours of being baked. Then, prior to being eaten, it should be toasted or oven-warmed.
- Avoid sweets, canned foods in syrup, and spices including: pepper, clove, cinnamon, mustard, pickles, and vinegar.
- Don’t eat pork in any form.
- Space meals at least 41⁄2 hours apart to ensure complete digestion before you eat again. It’s OK to wait longer. Young children may eat every 4 hours. If you feel hungry before it’s time to eat, drink a glass of water. Never snack!