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What counts is the fat content, not some other thing
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What counts is the fat content, not some other thing

> I've been trying to figure out if protein is as important to avoid on that day, as fat, or not quite. Most things that have protein, also have fat, and I know that animal products are to be especially avoided. But if I would have a few sips of a smoothie that has almond protein with breakfast, for example, would that be ok? And how about if the veggies I have for lunch have a few beans in them? Because, the way I see it, rice is recommended in Moritz' book, and rice does have a small amount of protein. So as long as I stay low in protein, and very close to 0 fat, I think/hope it will be ok.

Sapphi, if you follow the (Clark) protocol, on the day of the flush you want to avoid fats and fatty foods such as almonds. Further, if you carefully read (Clark's) protocol, on the day of the flush the following foods are probably okay: any no fat protein foods, any no fat animal products, and any low fat vegetables including beans and rice.

I hope this helps.

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