Rachael Lake

Allergy Therapist, NAET® Practitioner and Nutritional Adviser. Birmingham B68

Vitamin B

Avoidance sheet

Have a good meal before this appointment. Below is to be followed immediately after the treatment

(B1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 12, 13, 15, 17, Paba Inositol, Choline, Biotin, Folic Acid)
Note: Please eat before your treatment as there is not a great deal on the can eat list!! But eating is important as your body needs the energy to shift the toxins out of your system. This is very important and can clear other problems. Prepare the rice before treatment.
You may not eat or touch

Whole grain products, fruits, vegetables, meats, nuts, dairy products, tea, fruit tea, coffee, refined sugar and sweets or anything with Vitamin B. Avoid trees, pollens, weeds, dried grasses, live grasses, walking in parks and gardens.

Foods that can be eaten

Wash the rice and pasta thoroughly with purified water several times before cooking to remove any residues and then cook in plenty of water and drain thoroughly before eating.

Cooked white rice, cooked white pasta (without sauce), French fries/chips (no skin or batter) well cooked or deep fried fish (no batter), raw or cooked cauliflower, salt, white sugar, vegetable oil, black coffee, purified water, sunflower oil.

Meal suggestions

Black coffee with or without sugar


Grated cauliflower and rice flat bread’s, grate cauliflower and steam, stir in some well cooked rice and a pinch of salt and a pinch of sugar. Kneed well adding a drop of purified water if necessary until a dough is formed. Roll out and fry, bake or grill.


Deep fried fish (no batter or breadcrumb coating) with raw shredded cauliflower. Chip shops will deep fry fish with no batter if you ask them, (Chamberlin’s will grill fish).

Chicken breast in a fresh tomato sauce (No Cheese toppings)

Boiled and mashed cauliflower served with deep fried or grilled white fish.