Rachael Lake

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

Vitamin C

Avoidance sheet

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

(Acerola, Ascorbic acid, Oxalic acid, Rosehip, plum mix, citrus mix, citric acid, berry mix, fruit mix, melon mix, cucumber mix, vegetable mix, vinegar mix, chlorophyll, quecertin, hesparin, rutin, bioflavonoid, l gulonolactone, quince seed)
You may not eat or touch

Fresh fruits, vegetables, leafy vegetables, citrus fruits, dry fruits, juices, sauces, soft drinks, milk, margarine, cheese, artificial sweeteners, vegetable oils, vitamin C supplements, tea, fruit teas, green tea. Liquid soaps, toothpaste, detergents, washing-up liquid. Perfumes and skin creams can be a problem if they have citric acid in them. If in doubt use aqueous cream on yourself. Avoid flowers and pollen. Carry the aqueous cream with you to use as hand wash. Don’t brush teeth or wash clothes (detergents have added smells and drying sheets like bounce are heavily scented). Perfume and deodorants contain citric acid.

Foods that can be eaten

Cooked white or brown rice, pasta without sauce, boiled or poached eggs, baked or fried chicken, fish, red meat, wholemeal brown toast, butter, sour cream, nut oils (not olive oil), deep fried food, chips, salt, animal fats, coffee, water, white sugar, any food that doesn’t have vitamin C or its derivatives’s check the labels in case the manufacturers have added vitamin C to anything.

Meal suggestions

Poached egg on Brown toast (not seeded or granary etc) with butter

Bacon sandwich on brown bread (not seeded bread)


Chicken and rice

Steak and chips

Chicken sandwich on brown bread


Chicken nuggets with sour cream

Fried fish sandwich on brown bread, dust fish with flour and fry.

Try to stay indoors if you are doing this during spring and summer because if you are very sensitive to this elimination the pollen could be enough to break the elimination.