In this section you can find additional information on nutrition and Modern Mayr Medicine
Fit by eating the right food
A healthy nutrition
- is based on developing a healthy eating culture
- consists of a wide variety of organic and high quality food
- avoids food your metabolism cannot tolerate
- and requires a healthy and uncongested digestive system in order to split up and absorb the nutrients.
- Nutrients are transported to the intercellular space via the blood system and made available to the cells.
The effects of Modern Mayr Medicine are:
- the regeneration of the digestive system
- detoxing the intercellular space
- and an improvement of the nutrition of the cells.
It is recommended that this medical treatment is undergone once a year in order to clean the body and readjust the eating habits.
The eating culture is the foundation of a healthy nutrition.
- Do not eat more than 3-times a day and leave a gap of 4-6 hours between meals.
- Have your dinner at least three hours before going to bed.
- Do not eat in-between meals.
- Eat a sufficiently large portion for breakfast and lunch, but eat as little and as lightly as possible in the evening.
- Raw fruit and vegetables are difficult to digest and should be avoided in the evening.
- Chew each bite at least 30 times.
- Stop eating with the first feeling that you have had enough.
- Eat in a peaceful atmosphere, avoid stress during meals. Digestion needs a relaxed nervous system.
- Drink plenty of mineral water or herbal teas in-between meals. Do not drink during the meals as this dilutes the digestive fluids and makes them less effective.
Choosing your food
Please bare your personal food intolerances in mind when reading this section!
It is suggested that you focus on the following types of food:
- All sorts of vegetables and fruits
- Wholemeal grains if tolerated, such as muesli soaked in water overnight or cooked.
- Each meal should consist of at least 2/3 alkaline (such as vegetables, herbs etc.) and not more than 1/3 of acid components (such as fish, meat, eggs, grains, cheese).
- Use high quality virgin oils. For cooking at medium heat use olive or rape-seed oil. Other oils tend to loose their biological value when heated.
- Sweeten with honey
- Use milk products in low quantities and only if tolerated.
- Drink plenty of mineral water and herbal teas.
Not recommended is:
- Food you do not tolerate well.
- Food without a high level of biologically valuable ingredients, such as sugar or white flour.
- Hidden fats in sausages, fat meat, battered or fried food.
- Food containing artificial flavours, colours etc.
- Coffee, black tea, alcohol and nicotine.