Dr. Bech’s Diet for Going Green
Don’t read this article if you want to continue eating red meat. But go ahead and read it, if you would like to:
- Normalize your weight and stay slender,
- Enjoy food more, and
- Be happier and have more energy.
Then this new delicious and tasty Go Green diet is right for you.
Dr. Bech’s Go Green Diet presents Seven Steps to quit meat. You may go all the way through all the seven steps or you may just go a few steps. Stop when you like, perhaps at the 3rd Step, or continue on to any other Step whenever you like.
This diet will help you to eat less meat, by getting delicious tasty foods while you gradually are reducing meat, by avoiding the unhealthiest kinds of meat first. You can do it simply by following the seven easy steps.
Soya free green diet
This diet is one of the few green diets that do not require you to eat soya products. Soya products are heavy for digestion, and may lead to weight gainand fatigue. Soya products – according to Ayurveda – also have a heavy effecton the mind, and may lead to depression and negative thinking. This book is for you if you don’t like soya products, such as soya beans, tofu, natto kinase soya lecithine, soya protein or soya oil. Instead this book gives you delicious protein, that is easy to digest, and gives you a feeling of lightness and celebration of life.
Dr. Bech’s Go Green diet has transformed the lives of thousands of patients, bringing them good health, efficiency and energy in life.
This book is for you if you don’t like soya products. It is for you:
- If you want to become meat free or
- If you simply want to reduce your intake of meat.
Dr. Bech’s Go Green Diet helps you to:
- Optimize health: Normalize weight and stay slender, improve health and prevent disease.
- Enjoy food more: Enjoy tastier foods, more delicious foods, a greater variety of foods and eating more without gaining weight.
- Be happier: Feel lighter, be calmer and have more energy.
As a side benefit, you will help humanity, as any step in the direction of a greener diet is a way to combat global warming, feed all the people on the planet and treat animals with more kindness.
Simply follow one or two or more of the seven easy steps to relax from meat and become meat free. The seven steps present a gentle path of progressive meat relaxation that will help you to enjoy a gentle, gradual and sensible transition to a new and greener life.
You will never go hungry – instead, your stomach will be full and deeply satisfied, getting all the essential nutrients and staying fully nourished every bit of the way with delicious, hearty and tasty meals.
Dr. Bech’s Go Green Diet will help to:
- Make a gradual gentle transition in seven easy steps:
- Create delicious meat free meals: from a nourishing main meal of the day, over delicious quick meals and snacks, to festive sumptuous menus.
- Discriminate between healthy and unhealthy foods, between natural and unnatural foods, and use a healthy shopping list.
- Get all nutrients, protein, vitamins, and minerals, in a meat free diet.
- Compose a meat free plate.
- Take dietary supplements when necessary.
- Gain the seven benefits of a meat free life: achieving better health and longer life, freeing up space for more food, being kinder to animals, feeding our world family, living without violence, reducing global warming and following the traditional cultures for psychological upliftment.
“Although I have been prevented by outward circumstances from observing a strictly vegetarian diet, I have long been an adherent to the cause in principle. Besides agreeing with the aims of vegetarianism for aesthetic and moral reasons, it is my view that a vegetarian manner of living by its purely physical effect on the human temperament would most beneficially influence the whole of mankind.”
Albert Einstein, scientist. Translation of letter to Hermann Huth, December27, 1930. Einstein Archive 46-756.
Here is one of the delicious recipes from the Dr. Bech’s Go Green Diet:
Paneer –home made sweet cheese – in three minutes
- 1 litre (35 fl oz or ¼ US gallon) full fat milk
- 1/3 litre (12 fl oz or 1.5 cups) of full fat Yoghurt
- Boil until the milk rises in the pot.
- Add the yoghurt.
- Leave it on the stove for a few minutes at the same heat.
- Make sure it is neither too soft nor too thick.
- It is an art to remove the pot from the stove at the right moment!
- Pour the mixture through a sieve.
- The liquid that is surplus from the process is called whey and it is healthy.
- Enjoy the whey fresh and warm, as a drink in between meals. It has a high content of protein.
Do not cool it, or keep it for later or for the next day.
- The solid white mass that remains is called paneer and is a delicious sweet cheese.
- Eat the paneer warm on a sandwich, with lettuce and slices of cucumber.
- Serve the paneer as a side dish to a warm meal.
- Slice the paneer thinly, and fry in a pan in virgin cold pressed coconut oil. Serve with wild blueberries. Allow frozen wild blueberries to thaw, then add raw (unheated) honey and serve. Or use homemade organic blackcurrant jam.
- Cut the paneer in cubes and add to salads, stews, casseroles or sauces.
Read more in the new book
Dr Bech’s Diet for Going Green – How to quit meat in seven easy steps, with soya free recipes and lots of pictures
The only soy free vegetarian diet plan and cook book on the market
About the Author
Dr. Charlotte Bech, medical doctor, Doctor of the Science of Creative Intelligence and teacher of Transcendental Meditation. She has previously worked in the area of haematology at the most renowned hospital in Denmark (Rigshospitalet), has specialized in Maharishi AyurVeda and Vedic Medicine since 1983, and written a thesis on prevention and treatment of cancer in Maharishi AyurVeda.
She is currently running a private clinic in Copenhagen Denmark with emphasis on prevention and development of consciousness, giving courses for medical doctors on prevention, being a columnist in several national magazines on ayurvedic topics, and author of a book on Maharishi AyurVeda, and is Vice President for the European Ayurveda Medical Association (EURAMA). She has taught at the medical school in Copenhagen for several years.