Reactive Foods – Devil Foods
Reactive Foods: What are reactive foods? Well Lyn Genet Recitas told Dr Oz today that she has a whole list of devil foods. You can determine which foods are reactive for your body.
Once you have done Lyn Genet Recitas 3 day detox cleanse and you start incorporating your favorite foods back into your day to day routine you will strat to figure it all out with day four. If you start to notice weight gain, gas or bloating after eating a food you are sure to know that this classed as a toxic food for you.
You can gain anywhere from half a pound to two pounds from a reactive food. Slowly and systematically introduce you foods love every second day to build a consistent arsenal of foods that are always there for you to lose weight.
The question is if you find a reactive food that does not agree with you and you love that food, does it mean you can never have it again?
Lyn Genet Recitas says if omit a food for about 3-6 months your body will heal from it. You can go back to your 20 days again retest your foods and there is a very good chance you will be able to have that food you love.
Lyn Genet Recitas tells Dr Oz Devil Foods make you unhealthy and put weight on you, below you will find a list of devil foods, those foods you think are healthy, but just not for you.
Dr Oz: Reactive Foods List
What are foods are reactive foods? What are devil foods?
- 90- 95% Reactive
- Farm raised fish
- Deli meats
- Most sushi – most sushi restaurants will use farm raised fish unless eating in expensive restaurants
- Shrimp, most shellfish
- Tomato sauce
- Greek yoghurt
- Beans- especially black beans and cannellini
- Whole eggs
- Non-organic spinach- very high pesticide residue
- Cottage cheese
- Grapefruit- not recommended bcs of impairing liver function
- Green beans
- Bok Choy
- Tomatoes, green peppers, eggplant, potatoes (purple potatoes are less reactive)
- Red peppers (green peppers are unripe peppers)
- Tuna, Swordfish, Cod
- Acid fruits (pineapples etc)
- White fish with exception of tuna, swordfish and cod
- Rice (except for brown or basmati lowers reactive rate to 10%)
- Almond milk
- Egg whites
- Nut butters made with roasted nuts
- Sesame seeds/Tahini
- Lentils, peas
- Lactose-free milk