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Index to the Complete Guide to Food Combining

Author's introduction

The good news about food combining - the golden rule

Why the food combining lifestyle is easy

Why food combining is NOT expensive

Why the food combining lifestyle saves time

Don't be dominated by your diet

Why science and medicine support food combining

Why science supports food combining

Acid, Alkali and pH

Carbohydrates, Fats and Protein

Fats

Proteins

Vitamins, Minerals and Trace Elements

Minerals

Trace elements

Digestion- how it works

Digestion

Don't mix starch meals with protein meals.

Eat whole grain cereals, not highly refined flour

No more than one protein meal each day

Evolution, diet and appetite

Food Combining and Maintaining Health

General Health Tips

Eat plenty of non-starchy vegetables - as much as you like!

Eat a wide variety of fruit and vegetables

Eat plenty of fresh fruit - as much as you like!

Don't add sugar

Don't add extra salt

A little cholesterol is essential for health

Don't eat excessive amounts of bran

Further health tips

Health is also dependent on exercise

Stress, relaxation and sleep

Avoiding pollution

Avoiding pesticides on food

Aluminium

How cooking affects nutrients

How preserving affects nutrients

Drinking water

The right bacteria

Fibre and constipation

Tooth decay

Foods to avoid

Food Supplements pros and cons

Getting Started - Changing your diet

Principles of menu planning

Sample Menus

Equipment for Pressure Cooking

Slow Cookers

Microwave Ovens

Steamers

Food Mixers, Food Processors, Grain Mill

Where to shop

Cooking on a budget

Cooking for one

Cooking for two

Cooking for the family

Packed meals

Ready meals, takeaways and cook/chill

Drinks

Entertaining and Special Occasions

Eating in restaurants

Large scale entertaining

Picnics and Children's Party Ideas

Christmas

Diets for Life Stages - Pregnancy

Feeding Baby- breast or bottle

Toddlers to School Age

School Children

Healthy adult diets

High energy / sports diets

Medium energy

Dieting for weight loss

Menopause

60 plus

Keeping sugar levels low

Keeping fat and cholesterol levels low

Food allergy and intolerance

Wheat free, gluten-free

Salt free

Sugar free

Dairy free

Yeast free

Food Lists and Ingredients -Starch food list

Protein Food Lists

Fruit to eat on their own or with a protein meal

Fruit to eat on their own or with a starch meal

Vegetables that go with any meal

Using Herbs and Spices

Dried Beans and Peas

Nuts and seeds that go with a protein meal

Nuts and seeds that go with a starch meal

Oils and Fats to go with any meal

Sugars

Oils and Fats: Butter, Olives, Olive oil

Coffee, Tea

Other Ingredients

The Main Starch Grains: Wheat, Oats, Barley, Rye, Maize

The Main Starch Grains: Rice, Millet and Sorghum

Other Starchy Grains and Flours: Amaranth, Buckwheat, Quinnoa, Teff, Wild Rice

Starchy Roots and Tubers: Potato, Sweet Potato, Jerusalem-artichoke,Yam

Starchy Fruit: Breadfruit, Banana-plantain, Water Chestnut

Banana, Date, Sultana

Starch Bread - Wholemeal Bread

Wheat Soda Bread

Wholemeal Pizza Base

Mixed Grain Bread

Millet and Banana flat bread

Oat bread

Rotla (Millet flat bread)

Parathas

Purees - deep fried puff bread

Naan bread

Carrot and Potato bread

Rye bread

Rotli

Potato scones

Wholemeal scones

Chestnut pancakes

Buckwheat pancakes

Scots pancakes

Doughnuts

Starch Crispbreads and crackers - Oatcakes

Corn Crisps

Millet and Sesame Crispbreads

Sunflower Crispbread

Rye Crispbread

Starch Cakes - Fruity Malt Bread

Stollen

Apple Gingerbread

Parkin

Pumpkin & spice bread

Apple and Fruit slice

Cereal bar

Flapjack

Starch Breakfast - Muesli

Oatmeal Porridge

Millet and Date Porridge

Rice and Sultana

Polenta

Kasha

Quinnoa

Starch Lunch - Pasta

Baked potato

Baked sweet potato

Potato Pizza

Potato roast

Potato crisps - pakoras

Spicy Potatoes

Hot Garlic Potatoes

Cretan Shepherd's Pie

Rice dishes

Rice with a Hot Vegetable Sauce

Cashew Nut Pilaf

Persian Style Rice

Nutty flavoured risotto

Stuffed vine or cabbage leaves

Millet and nut pilaf

Samosas

Pasta salads

Pasta with Pesto salad

Rice salads

Starch Soups - Vegetable stock

Cauliflower and potato soup

Bean soup

Scotch Broth

Mushroom and watercress soup

Beetroot soup

Starch Sauces - White sauce

Brown Sauce

Wine Sauce

Starch Sweets - Cornmeal Pudding

Baked Bananas

Dried Fruit Salad

Rice pudding

Brown Bread Pudding

Suet pudding

Protein - Milk Cheese Yogurt

Pulses: Dried Beans and Peas

Soya Protein Products: Tofu

Dhal

Hummus

Bean salads

Red Bean salad

Bean and chick pea salad

Almond crackers - NO starch

Cheese crackers

Cheese Omelette

Cheese Pudding

Vegetables and cheese

Bubble and Squeak

Mish-Mash

Protein Soups - Beef Stock

Cauliflower and Cheese Soup

Scotch Broth

Chicken Soup - pressure cooker

Bacon Soup - pressure cooker

Protein Snacks and Starters

Avocado Pear with Soft Cheese

Warm Crispy Chicken Salad

Crab and Avocado Mousse

Quiche Lorraine

Protein Main Meals - Fish

Baked Fish

Mackerel Baked in Foil

Grilled Fish

Grilled Shark

Poached Fish

Poached Skate Wings

Salmon Pie

Meat

Sausages

Pork sausages

Beef and Tomato sausages

Turkey & Garlic sausages

Chipolata sausages

Pork and Apple sausages

Turkey Moussaka

Cottage Pie

Beef Stew

Roasting Meat

Roast Chicken

Roast Turkey

Citrus and Pine Kernel Turkey

>Vegetable Spaghetti Bolognaise

Casserole of Hearts

Tangy Liver

Ham and Asparagus Gratin

Ham and Summer Vegetables

Nuts

Hazelnut Loaf

Chestnut and Herb Loaf

Vegetable Nut Gratin

Chinese Cashew Stir-Fry

Chestnuts with Brussels Sprouts

Protein Savoury Sauces - Pesto

Tapenade

Blue Cheese Dressing

Blue Cheese & Walnut Sauce

Shropshire & Walnut Sauce

Marjoram Pesto

Brie Sauce on vegetables

Sour Cream Sauces and Dips

Horseradish Sauce

Hollandaise Sauce

Mayonnaise

Spicy Mayonnaise

Onion Gravy

Hot Coconut Sauce

Mint Sauce

Protein Sweets - Summer Fruit

Apricot Whip

Apple Pudding

Lemon Cream

Vegetables

Sprouting seeds

Sesame, Pumpkin, Sunflower seeds

Salads - Coleslaw

Greek Salad

Celery and Apple Salad

Spicy Broad Bean and Pine Kernel Salad

Fennel Salad

Salads - further suggestions

Vegetable dishes - Ratatouille

Vegetarian Moussaka

Indian Chilli Tomatoes

Herby Courgettes

Fried Okra - Ladies' Fingers

Vegetable and Fruit Curry

Stuffed Courgettes

Baked Fennel

Tangy Cauliflower

Red Cabbage with Apples

Leeks with Almonds

Crudites

French Dressing with Herbs

Sesame Dressing

Garlic Butter

Black Butter

Fresh Non-Starchy Fruit

Serving fruit

Vegetable and Fruit Juices

Winter Fruit Salad

Apple and Bramble Pudding

Christmas Menu

Mincemeat

Christmas Pudding- starch meal

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