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General Food Combining Chart A

COMMON COMBINE COMBINE BADLY WITH


FOODS BEST WITH

Acid Fruits
Sweet fruits
Sour Milk Starches (Cereals, Bread, Potatoes)
(sub-and non-acid)
Proteins, Milk

Other Acid Fruits Sweets (all kinds)


Acid Fruits Fair with Nuts Starches (cereals, bread, potatoes)
Fair with Milk Proteins (except nuts)

Green All proteins


Milk
Vegetables All starches

All Proteins
Green Vegetables
Starches All Fruits
Fats and Oils
Acids, Sugars

Milk, Starches, Sweets


Meats Other proteins
Green Vegetables
(all kinds) Acid Fruits and Vegetables
Butter, Cream, Oils

Milk, Starches, Sweets


Nuts Green Vegetables
Other proteins
(most varieties) Acid Fruits
Butter, Cream, Oils, Lard

Milk, Starches, Sweets


Other proteins
Eggs Green Vegetables
Acid Foods
Butter, Cream, Oils, Lard

Starches, Sweets
Other proteins
Cheese Green Vegetables
Acid Foods
Butter, Cream, Oils, Lard

Best taken alone All proteins


Milk Fair with Green Vegetables
Acid Fruits Starches

Fats and Oils


All starches
(Butter, Cream, All proteins
Green Vegetables
Oils, Lard)

Melons
Best eaten alone All Foods
(all kinds)

Acid Fruits
Cereals
Green Vegetables All proteins
(grains)
All Sweets, Milk

All proteins
Legumes
All Sweets, Milk
Beans and Peas Green Vegetables
Fruits (all kinds)
(except green beans)
Butter, Cream, Oils, Lard

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DETAILED FOOD COMBINING CHART B: Non-Starchy & Green Vegetables

Lettuce Cucumbers Greens (Kale, etc) Okra

Celery Sweet Peppers Summer Squash Kohlrabi

Celery Cabbage Cauliflower Eggplant Green Corn

Cabbage Broccoli Turnips Green Beans

Brussel Sprouts

Protein Protein/Starch Eat non-starchy & green vegetables with Starch Mildly Starchy
Combine as Starch either protein or starch

Potatoes Carrots
Nuts Beans
Do not combine protein & starch
Sweet Potatoes Beets
Seeds Peas

Yams Rutabaga
Olives Lentils Do not combine vegetables, proteins or
starches with fruits
Except: Mature Corn Winter Squash
Cheese Peanuts nuts with citrus
(fair combination)
lettuce & celery with fruit Jerusalem Pumpkin
Eggs Coconuts (good combination) Artichokes.

Flesh Foods Chestnuts Parsnips Edible Pod Peas

Wild Rice Avocados: Salsify Globe Artichokes.


best with salad
(fair with sub-acid fruit or starch)
All Grains Water
Chestnuts

Sprouted Grains

Acid Fruits Sweet Fruits


Eat sub-acid fruits with either acid or sweet fruits

Citrus Bananas

Pineapples Persimmons
Do not combine acid fruits & sweet fruits

Strawberries Thompson Grapes

Pomegranates Tomatoes: Use with green & non-starchy vegetables & protein Muscat Grapes

Sour Apples All Sweet Grapes

Melons: Eat alone


Sour Grapes All Dried Fruits

Sour Peaches

Sour Plums

Sour Cherries

Sub-Acid Fruits

Sweet Apples Sub-acid Grapes Apricots Blueberries

Sweet Peaches Pears Sweet Plums Raspberries

Sweet Cherries Papayas Cherimoyas Blackberries

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Mangos Fresh Figs

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Simplified Food Combining Chart C

Eat Non-Starchy & Green Vegetables With Either:

Proteins or Starches

Nuts & Seeds Peanuts

Olives Coconuts

Cheese Chestnuts

Eggs Wild Rice

Flesh Foods Do not Grains


combine

Starchy Vegs.

Mildly Starchy Vegs.

Legumes

Eat Sub-Acid Fruits (All Fruits Not Sweet or Acid) With Either:

Acid Fruits or Sweet Fruits

Citrus Bananas

Pineapples Persimmons

Strawberries Do not Sweet Grapes


combine

Pomegranates Dried Fruits

Sour Tasting Fruits

Do not combine vegetables, proteins or starches with fruits


Except:
Nuts with Citrus
(Fair Combination)
Lettuce & Celery with Fruit
(Good Combination)

Tomatoes:
Eat with green and non-starchy vegetables and protein

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Avocados: Best with Salad
(Fair with sub-acid Fruit or Starch)

Melons: Eat Alone

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Alkaline Fruits
Apples
Persimmons
Thompson Grapes (Seedless)
Muscat Grapes
All Sweet Grapes
Fresh Figs
Dates
Figs
Raisins
Prunes
Apricots
Peaches
Bananas
Cherries
Bananas
Litchi "Nuts"
Carob
All Dried Fruit
Some unusual or tropical fruits not listed –
Sweet taste is a good indication of their
classification.

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Subacidic Fruits
Sweet Apples (Delicious)
Sweet Peaches
Sweet Nectarines
Pears
Sweet Cherries
Some Grapes (Neither sweet nor sour)
Papayas
Mangos
Apricots
Fresh Litchi "Nuts"
Sweet Plums
Blueberries
Raspberries
Blackberries
Mulberries
Huckleberries
Cherimoyas
Some unusual or tropical fruits not listed.

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Acid Fruits
Oranges
Grapefruit
Pineapples
Strawberries
Pomegranates
Lemons
Kiwi Fruit
Kumquats
Loquats
Carambolas
Loganberries
Gooseberries
Cranberries
(not recommended:contains benzoic acid)
Limes
Sour Apples
Sour Grapes
Sour Peaches
Sour Nectarines
Sour Plums
Sour Cherries
Tomatoes – Acid Fruits, without the sugar
content of other acid fruits. Used with
vegetable salad or any green or non-
starchy vegetables, but not at a starch
meal. May be used with nuts or cheese,
but not with meat, milk or eggs.
Some unusual or tropical fruits not listed –
Acid (or Sour) taste is a good indication of
their classification.

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Melons
Watermelon
Honeydew Melon
Honey Balls
Cantaloupe
Muskmelon
Casaba Melon
Crenshaw Melon
Pie Melon
Banana Melon
Persian Melon
Christmas Melon
Nutmeg Melon

Syrups & Sugars


None of these substances are
recommended
Brown Sugar
"Raw Sugar"
White Sugar
Milk Sugar
Maple Syrup
Cane Syrup
Corn Syrup
Honey