As the name suggests, this is a springtime diet. In the same way that we spring-clean our homes after the winter, you can detoxify and cleanse your body from the effects of winter foods, which are often preserved and rich in starch and proteins. To initiate this change of diet, eat only raw food for 1 day before starting the diet.
Fruit juice diluted with distilled or de-calcified water, alternating with clear vegetable soup from seasonally available vegetables. Use 6 cups of diced or grated vegetables for the vegetable soup. Boil with 4 litres of water until 2 litres are left. Drink I cup every 2 hours during the day.
As Day 1.
Three meals of fresh fruit only - pineapples, peaches, apples, oranges, grapefruit, pears, etc. Eat mixed fresh fruit if you wish.
As Day 3, plus a glass of instant biological vegetable bouillon at each meal.
Breakfast: fresh fruit and bioyoghurt.
Lunch: large salad comprising lettuce, watercress and grated carrots; raisins and soaked prunes or figs.
Dinner: steamed cabbage and carrots with 50g of marinated tofu - cooked or raw.
Breakfast: fresh fruit with wheatgerm and bioyoghurt.
Lunch: large mixed salad with 3 crispbreads and butter.
Dinner: steamed sprouts or greens, organically grown potatoes baked in their jackets; baked apples staffed with raisins and cloves.
Design your meal with wholemeal bread, honey, wholewheat cereals, fresh fruit, mixed green salads, fruit juices diluted with water.
Take a hot bath every night with 500g Epsom salts (magnesium sulphate), 500g sea salt and 125g bicarbonate of soda. You may also add 1 teaspoon each of mustard powder and paprika. Be careful not to touch or rub your eyes. Stand up slowly to avoid dizziness, then take a cold shower and rub yourself dry with a rough towel. Go straight to bed with warm night clothes.
If a bath is not available, take hot and cold showers. Let the water run on the spine: 3 minutes hot and 1 minute cold. Repeat this cycle 3 times, finishing with a cold shower.