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Plant-based Standards





Plant-based Standards 

   This is an open-source blueprint for plant-based nutrition standards.  What this means is that it is open for public usage and reworking it for your-self.  Just like some computer programs are open source and you can go in and rearrange the code to suit your needs.  But open source programs also have primary code which all other code revolves around.
 

 The primary requirement for this Standards Blueprint is that it is “Plant-based” and not a meat-based diet: vegetarian, vegan, raw vegan and living foods.  Some vegetarians do include eggs, or raw milk or raw cheese and most include honey.

 A secondary requirement is that you follow the basic one page outline format and most of the main nutritional categories.  

 This site will collect both personal and professional, Plant-based Standards Blueprints in the Blog dedicated to this.  This will help to establish a plant-based Standards in the U.S.  For the professional submitions will be put in a separate category and includes those with Professional health degrees such as: MD, DO, ND, RD, RN or others.  The book on the Standards is also an example of a professional work. 

 The primary purpose is For Optimum Health and Healing.  This is the purpose to establish in a Standards a blueprint for optimum health and healing through a plant-based diet.  So with this in mind what is your plant-based Standards Blueprint?  

For a Raw Living Foods Diet these five categories are usually considered plant-based foods:

1. Vegetables (green and leafy vegetables, potatoes, etc.)

2.  Grains (rice, barley, millet, wheat, bulgur, etc.)

3.  Legumes (beans and peas of all sorts)

4.  Fruits (apples, oranges, plums, etc.)

5.  Nuts and Seeds (almonds, walnuts, peanuts, etc.)

 

            Plant-based Standards Blueprints
            for Optimum Health and Healing

Two Examples of Professional Standards Blueprints:

#1 Brian and Anna Maria Clement 
      and the Hippocrates Health Institute hosted the:
      INTERNATIONAL LIVING FOOD SUMMIT

Vibrant Health through Plant-Based Nutrition 
        This historic summit was held at the Hippocrates Health Institute in West Palm Beach Florida on January 14, 2006.  The summit convened to unify the leadership in the Living Food Movement, establishing scientifically based common standards for optimum health.  Leaders from eight countries (with a combined total of 405 years following this lifestyle) agreed on the following standards: 

            The Optimum Diet for Health/Longevity:

·         Vegan (no animal products of any kind, cooked or raw)

·         Organic

·         Whole Foods

·         High in nutrition such as vitamins, antioxidants and phytonutrients

·         Highly mineralized

·         Contains a significant quantity of chlorophyll-rich green foods

·         Contains adequate complete protein from plant sources

·         Contains a large proportion of high-water content foods

·         Provides excellent hydration

·         Includes raw vegetable juices

·         Contains all essential fatty acids: including Omega 3 fatty acids from naturally
           occurring plant sources

·         Is at least 80% raw (the remaining to be Vegan, whole food, and organic)

·         Has moderate, yet adequate caloric intake

·         Contains only low to moderate sugar and exclusively from whole food sources
           (fruitarianism is strongly discouraged)

·         Is nutritionally optimal for both detoxification and rebuilding

We also agree that:

• Supplementation with Vitamin B-12 is advised.

• The addition of enzyme active superfoods and whole food supplements is also advised.

• This way of eating can be further optimized by tailoring it based on individual needs (within the principles stated).

• Benefits derived by following these principles are proportional to how well they are followed.

• We will remain open-minded, and this information will be updated and expanded upon, if necessary, as new research becomes available.

• Diet is a critical piece of a healthy lifestyle, yet not the entire picture.  A full spectrum, health supportive lifestyle is encouraged.  This includes physical exercise, exposure to sunshine, as well as psychological health.  Avoiding environmental toxins and toxin products is essential.  Paramount is pure water (for consumption and bathing),
the use of natural fiber clothing, and non-toxic personal care products.  Also consider healthy options in home furnishings/ building materials and related items.   

        All leaders agree that the main objective of eating in the above mentioned fashion is to promote health, and equally to prevent and minimize disease.

The following leaders attended and support these principles:  (listed in alphabetical order)  Solveig Almqvist – Sweden; Tommy Axelsson – Sweden; Fred Bisci, PhD – USA; Tamara Campbell – Vision, USA; Rajaa Chbani – Pharmacie L’Unite – Morocco; Anna Maria Clement, CN, NMD, PhD – Hippocrates Health Institute – USA;  Brian Clement, CN, NMD, PhD – Hippocrates Health Institute – USA; Brenda Cobb – Living Foods Institute – USA; Gabriel Cousens, MD, MD(H) – USA; Carole Dougoud – Institute Haute Vitalite – Switzerland; Kare Engstrom – Dietician – Sweden; Viktoras Kulvinskas – “Grandfather” of the Living Foods Movement – USA;  Marie Christine L’hermitte – Chemin du mas Magnuel – France; George Malkmus – Hallelujah

Acres – USA; Rhonda Malkmus – Hallelujah Acres – USA; Paul Nisson – The Raw Life – USA; Claudine Richard – Naturopath – France; Jameth Sheridan, ND – HealthForce Nutritionals – USA; Michael Saiber – Vision – USA; Diana Store – Raw Superfoods – UK/Holland; Jill Swyers – Living Foods for Health – UK/Portugal; Jim Tibbetts – USA; Walter J. Urban – USA – Costa Rica .  



#2  James Tibbetts  
      book: Living Foods Standards Blueprint
          

Living Foods Standards Blueprint for Optimum Health and Healing

 
      
Alleluia Diet Standards Blueprint
              Six Sigma Nutrition Standards Blueprint

The Optimum Diet for Health/Longevity
• Raw  100%           (100% raw/living foods; the ideal)
• Raw  80/20            (greater then 80% raw, the remaining from whole foods)
• Vegan                    (no animal products of any kind, cooked or raw; ideal)
• Strict Vegetarian     (secondary animal products are discouraged; transitional)
• Whole Foods          (sprouted and soaked grains, nuts, seeds; ideal)
• Grains                    (limited grain usage; transitional) 
• Organic                  (as much as possible; ideal)
• Contains adequate complete proteins from plant sources
• Contains adequate carbohydrates intake from plant sources 
      with moderate yet adequate caloric intake
• Contains all essential fats, including Omega 3 fatty acids from
     naturally occurring plant sources
• Contains only low to moderate sugar and exclusively from whole 
     food sources (fruitarianism is strongly discouraged)
• Highly mineralized, low to no commercial salt
• High in nutrition such as vitamins, antioxidants and phytonutrients
• Contains a significant quantity of chlorophyll-rich green foods
• Contains a large proportion of high-water content foods
• Provides excellent hydration, with good water
• Includes Supplements (vitamins, B12, superfoods, protein) as needed
• Includes raw vegetable juices and fasting
• Is nutritionally optimal for detoxification and rebuilding
• Is pH balanced and has proper food combining

We also agree that this way of eating can be further optimized by:
• Is in recognition of government nutritional standards and studies
• Is in recognition of living-foods standards and criterion
• Is lovingly prepared, holistic and environmentally friendly!
• Has sunlight, fresh air, natural personal care products 
• Recognizes addiction, bad behavior and good exercise  
• Recognizes body types, transitions and schools of thought

For a Raw Living Foods Diet these five categories are usually considered base foods:
1. Vegetables (green and leafy vegetables, potatoes, etc.)
2.  Grains (rice, barley, millet, wheat, bulgur, etc.)
3.  Legumes (beans and peas of all sorts)
4.  Fruits (apples, oranges, plums, etc.)
5.  Nuts and Seeds (almonds, walnuts, peanuts, etc.)

     For a detailed explanation and citation of the scientific evidence behind this outline, see the research in Jim & Anne Marie Tibbetts book: Living Foods Standards Blueprint.  Here is a summary of an optimal dietary orientation for optimal health.  It is the basis for the Alleluia diet and for Six Sigma Nutrition.  The book is technical (over 800 footnotes mostly scientific) and discusses many scientific studies.  It is primarily a professional document which lays out the scientific evidence and other evidence for human nutritional standards, and the chapters follow the outline for optimum health.



    Now it is your turn to agree with, comment on or give your own example.

#3 to #300   Your example of this Standards Blueprint.  
                    Put in Standards Blueprint format and e-mail it or put it in blog.
     


  Thanks! 





Standards Blueprint
Six Sigma Soul Motivations!
You cannot take 100% of bad nutrition out unless you replace it with 100% good nutrition.
If you are not taking care of your health, no one is going to do it for you. 
  
Alleluia Spirit Meditations!
“Be on guard and pray that you may not be put to the test. 
The spirit is willing but the flesh is weak.”  Mk 14:38
“I have learned how to cope with every circumstance - how to eat well or go hungry,
to be well provided for or do without.”  Phil 4.12  


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