Cellular Healing Diet: 1-Week Menu Plan - Dr. Pompa

Eat your way to your best ever health with this Cellular Healing Diet seven-day menu plan, loaded with delicious foods to heal your cells from the inside out. This basic diet plan contains fun and easy breakfast, lunch, snack, and dinner ideas and Pompa-family approved recipes, including optional desserts and a variation for those who would like to practice intermittent fasting (learn more about intermittent fasting here).

Cellular Detoxification - The Only True Detox | NuVision Excel

Consume: Local, organic, grass-fed and pastured meats and eggs, and wild caught, low-mercury fish. Low mercury fish include salmon, sardines, mussels, rainbow trout, and Atlantic mackerel.

Air pollution via vehicle exhaust, industrial factories, wildfires, and wood-burning stoves, which can lead to heart attack, strokes, and irregular heart rhythms; Mercury in fish, dental fillings, and household items like fluorescent light bulbs, batteries, and medical devices, sometimes causing irreversible nerve and brain damage in developing fetuses and, in adults, nerve damage, hearing loss, and vision issues; Radiation via medical imaging tests, potentially contributing to a higher cancer risk.

What every health professional needs to know about cellular detoxification.

The way cellular detoxification and cleansing works is by removing these toxins from the body’s cells. This reduces their negative effects while also restoring the cells to a higher level of health.

In essence, the Cellular Healing Diet is a lifestyle diet that eliminates inflammatory foods and embraces whole foods that heal cells from the inside out. The diet focuses on consuming good fats (like quality sources of saturated fat and cholesterol), moderate amounts of healthy proteins (i.e. grass-fed and pastured animals), and lots of organic leafy greens and a variety of non-starchy vegetables. Starchy vegetables, grass-fed dairy, legumes, fermented foods, nuts, seeds, and low-glycemic fruits are consumed in moderation. Healthy sweets, like dark chocolate or stevia-sweetened desserts, can be enjoyed sparingly.