First Draft © Dennis Rocke & Dr J. M. Mungavin 1983

Updated Dennis Rocke © 2022


7.00 am

Glass of fruit juice if sweet it must be diluted with water 50/50

8.00 am

Breakfast: seeds, nuts, fruit, home-made cottage cheese and yoghurt or cereal such as porridge made with either goat milk or oil.

10.00 am

Half an apple or piece of other fruit, handful of nuts (not too large) and a tub of yoghurt.

12.00 pm

Fruit juice

1.00 pm

Another cereal such as kruska, millet, buckwheat cooked with oil or milk if no cereal was eaten at breakfast. If cereal already eaten then have a vegetable or fruit salad with 2 slices of whole wheat/grain bread with butter and cheese. Follow this with a yoghurt.

3.00 pm

Glass of fruit with 2 tablespoons of yeast added, if preferred try a glass of kefir and the yeast. Or half an apple or piece of other fruit, handful of nuts (not too large) and a tub of yoghurt.

5.00 pm

Fruit juice

6.00 pm

Salad made from vegetables with a side dish of a cooked vegetable such as: Green beans, baked potatoes, yams, tortillas, etc.

2 slices of whole wheat/grain bread, home-made cottage cheese and yoghurt.

8.00 pm

Glass of milk or yoghurt with a tablespoon of brewer’s yeast added.

The body gets and increased tolerance to sugars and carbohydrates from vitamins C and B as they help to normalise sugar metabolism. The adrenals which are often exhausted by hypoglycaemia are helped by B6, B complex and Pantothenic acid. The Glycogen stored in the tissues and muscles is improved by taking Vitamin E and sea water and Potassium help by supplying essential trace elements that the sugar metabolism system needs and also normalise the balance of minerals.