Regenerative Injection Diet Guidelines

Regenerative Injection Diet Overview

Decreased pain with the regenerative injection diet

This diet regimen is essential for a return to eating a healthy, whole foods diet and get out of the processed, sugar filled standard American diet. Always try your best to consume organic vegetables, meats and fruits because this will limit exposure to inflammatory pesticides, herbicides and toxicants in non-organic meats.  The regenerative injection diet is a modified version of the Mediterranean diet with an extra emphasis on low sugar, low carbohydrates, and lots of anti-inflammatory fats and oils. This diet will provide optimal healing to your body and assist in creating an environment that is friendly to stem cell growth, recruitment, and regeneration. 

regenerative injection diet for stem cell therapy outcomes

Vegetables:
Eat a variety of vegetables each day in various colors (eat the rainbow).  Steaming is always a good option as it has high utilization of vitamins, minerals, and polyphenols, which will help rest and restore the lining of the GI system.

Eat as many as possible. No canned vegetables.
Aim for 5-7 servings minimal per day.  The more the better.

Grains:
1 cup or less cooked grains per day
Allowed grains are:  millet, basmati or brown rice, amaranth, oatmeal, barley, buckwheat, rye and teff.
No grains with Gluten

Legumes:
Eat a variety of the following legumes that you are able to tolerate:  split peas, lentils, kidney beans, pinto beans, garbanzo beans.

Nuts / Seeds:
-Small amounts of nuts and nut butters are acceptable.  Eat a variety including: almonds, walnuts, brazil nuts, soy nuts, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds.  These make great snacks in between meals or as a healthy protein addition to main courses.  

Fish:
Wild caught deep-sea fish (salmon, halibut, cod, sardines, tuna, mackerel) are preferred – no shellfish.
The fish should be poached, baked, steamed, or broiled.

Chicken / Turkey
Eat only the meat and do not eat the skin.  The free-range or organically raised chicken should be baked, broiled, or steamed.

Meats
Organic, grass fed beef. Contains beneficial sources of omega-3’s.

Fruit
Eat 2-3 pieces of fruit per day.  Organic is preferable
Berries would be the best.

Sweeteners
Absolutely no sugar
Stevia or xylitol can be used sparingly.
Avoid sweetened drinks such as soda completely

Snacks

-Epic Bars
-Kind Bars (5 grams of sugar or less)
-Protein Shake
 -Jerky (5 grams of sugar or less)

Oils / Butter
Organic Grass Fed Butter with low heat
Use organic extra virgin olive oil for low heat cooking or with vegetables and salads.
Use coconut oil for pan cooking and high heat cooking.

Spices / Herbs
Unlimited amounts of: Turmeric, Curry powder, Ginger, Garlic, Onions, Chili Peppers, Basil, Cinnamon, Rosemary, and Thyme
Limit addition of salt

Dairy
Avoid cow’s milk. Use alternatives like coconut milk, almond, hemp milk.
Cheeses should be avoided if possible.  Goat cheese is acceptable.  

Additions:
1 serving of fermented foods a day is recommended.
Examples: Sauerkraut, Kimchi, Kombucha, Yogurt (make sure its Grass Fed and 5 grams or less of Sugar)
Bone Broth: Chicken or Beef.  Have 1 cup per day after injections or when feeling ill.  Organic bone broth is preferred.

For this Diet, Please AVOID
Wheat products including breads, pasta, and couscous
Corn products including anything with corn syrup like high fructose corn syrup 
Coffee in excess of 2 cups per day.  1 cup black coffee is fine.
Alcohol, with the exception of 1 glass organic red wine.  (resveratrol!)
Sugar, and all sweeteners excepted as listed above.
Fried foods.
All processed foods and partially hydrogenated oils.
Starchy vegetables and high glycemic vegetables

 

 

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