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Table of Contents inte-en - Schnitzer Intensive Nutrition, Schnitzer Normal Nutrition

 

Schnitzer-Intensive Nutrition – Schnitzer-Normal Nutrition

 

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Foreword

15

The effects of Schnitzer-Nutrition on health

 

The effects on health

19

Health renewing regeneration of the entire body with Schnitzer-Nutrition

20

Healthy, steady nerves

20

Becoming slim and staying that way, too

21

Compare your actual weight with your ideal weight

22

Almost everyone suffers from chronic constipation today. Schnitzer-Nutrition re-establishes the normal bowel functions in a matter of days

23

Leading killers: Heart, vascular and circulatory diseases – Schnitzer-Nutrition prevents, relieves and heals them

25

Liver, bile, stomach, intestines, pancreas – Schnitzer-Nutrition regulates their functions

26

Protection against infectious diseases

28

Rheumatism – Schnitzer-Nutrition prevents, reduces, heals it

29

Tooth decay, paradentosis, malocclusions can be prevented and stopped

32

Healthy and happy children

33

When the metabolism gets the proper foods to metabolize

34

New vigor, drive and enthusiasm for life

35

Beauty is a question of health – dependent on the proper nutrition

37

Easy pregnancy and birth

38

What is Schnitzer-Nutrition

 

What is Schnitzer-Nutrition?

41

Schnitzer-Nutrition: Wholesome, natural foods, no refined products

42

Schnitzer-Nutrition: Living, non-heat treated foods

43

Schnitzer-Nutrition: Foods from controlles growers whenever possible

44

Is meat necessary?

45

Milk and milk products

47

Schnitzer-Nutrition: Well balanced protein combination in your meals

48

You should avoid

51

Exceptions on special occasions

54

Schnitzer-Nutrition: Calculated calorie quantities

55

Schnitzer-Nutrition in practice

 

For healing and increasing vitality: Schnitzer-Intensive Nutrition

59

After stabilizing the desired effects: Finding the optimal individual nutrition between Schnitzer-Intensive Nutrition and Schnitzer-Normal Nutrition

60

Even in between: Always come back to Intensive Nutrition

61

What overweight people additionalla need to know

 

Am I overweight?

65

The problems of overweight

65

Heightened health hazards causen by obesity

66

Where does the fat sit?

67

The causes of obesity: Deficiency of vital substances due to faulty nutrition

68

To much appetite: Hunger for vital substances

68

Denatured foods: Appetite control misfires

69

Faulty upbringing: Feelings of hunger and satiation out of order

69

„Frustration fat“: Eating as surrogate gratification

70

The components of overweight

71

Increased numer of fat cells – even long after weight reduction

71

After every eat-only-half-as-much diet: One gets fatter with less and less calories

72

Smoking in order not to gain weight?

73

Lasting success only with continued correct nutrition

74

Correct weighing

74

Estimation of weight fluctuations

75

First symptom of success: Micturition

75

Progress of weight loss

75

The most important phase begins when your ideal weight has been reached: Stabilizing your success

76

Sports and physical activity

77

Massages during and after weight reduction

78

Don’t forget your outer appearance

79

Practical section

 

Kitchen utensils and appliances needed for Intensive Nutrition

83

Kitchen utensils and appliances needed for Normal Nutrition

83

What to keep in stock for Intensive Nutrition

85

What to keep in stock for Normal Nutrition

85

1. Practical tips for preparing the Schnitzer-natural mueslis

87

2. Practical tips for preparing the salads and other no-cooking recipes

89

3. Practical tips for preparing the wheat and rye groats and the sprouted grain

90

Some more hints

91

 

14 Day menu plan

 

Intensive Nutrition

Additional for Normal Nutrition

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On the day before beginning (Preparation)

 

95

1st day Morning:

Natural muesli with pears

Whole Wheat roll with butter

96,97

1st day Noon:

Garden lettuce red and white salad

Horse-radish wheat-groats

Baked potatoes with cheese

Strawberry dessert

98,99

1st day Evening:

Carrot salad

Celery root (celeriac) salad

Chinese cabbage

Sprouted grain

Hard-boiled egg

Clover leaves

100,101

 

 

 

2nd day Morning:

Natural muesli with oranges

1 slice whole grain braided bread

102,103

2nd day Noon:

Colorful endivie salad

Tomatoes in horse-radish sauce

Cucumber salad

Cress-rye groats

Mashed potatoes

with butter flakes

Bananas with

whipped cream

104,105

2nd day Evening:

Lamb’s lettuce (rampion)

with radishes

Carrot salad

Garlic-wheat groats

Egg-heads

106,107

 

 

 

3rd day Morning:

Natural muesli with mandarin oranges

Whole-grain poppy seed roll

with butter

108,109

3rd day Noon:

White cabbage salad

Red beet salad

pea salad

Grain sprouts

Potatoes-in-their-jackets

with butter flakes

Red current and pear salad

110,111

3rd day Evening:

Cress salad in tomatoes

Radish salad

Nut-wheat groats

Cream cheese and tomatoes

with whole-grain rye bread

112,113

 

 

 

4th day Morning:

Natural muesli

with bananas

Flax seed whole-grain

roll with butter

114,115

4th day Noon:

Red chicory salad

Broccoly salad

Vegetarian-style red beets

Wheat groats with pepper

Potatoes with rosemary Cherries with sour milk

116,117

4th day Evening:

Greek salad

sprouted grain

Vegetarian crisp bread

118,119

 

 

 

5th day Morning:

Natural muesli

with apricots

1 slice whole-grain

stollen

120,121

5th day Noon:

White chicory salad

Cucumber cubes with tomato wedges

Horse-radish rye groats

Potato pancakes

Orange and sour

milk dessert

122,123

5th day Evening:

Sauerkraut salad

Radish salad

Garden lettuce

Cracked wheat with chives

Cheese toast

124,125

 

 

 

6th day Morning:

Natural (oat) muesli

with plums

Whole-grain nut roll

with butter

126,127

6th day Noon:

Spinach salad

Cauliflower salad

Sprouted grain

Scrambled egg

Raspberries and cream

128,129

6th day Evening:

Celery root (celeriac) salad

Tomato salad

Rye groats with estragon

Crisp bread

with herb butter

130,131

 

 

 

7th day Morning:

Natural muesli

with cherries

Whole-grain raisin roll

with butter

132,133

7th day Noon:

Red cabbage salad

Radish salad

Cress salad

Cracked wheat with parsley

Whole-wheat waffles

Grape salad

134,135

7th day Evening:

Vegetarian platter

Sprouted grain

„Toaststool“ with stuffed

tomato

136,137

 

 

 

8th day Morning:

Natural muesli

with strawberries

Whole-wheat roll

with butter

138,139

8th day Noon:

Tomato „baskets“ filled

with asparagus

Endive salad

Cucumber salad

Cracked rye wih dill

Whole-wheat pancakes

with toasted cheese

Peach dessert

140,141

8th day Evening:

Orange-chicory salad

Kohlrabi salad

Cracked wheat with pimpernel

Open-faced rye vegetarian

sandwich

142,143

 

 

 

9th day Morning:

Natural muesli

with raspberries

1 slice whole-grain

yeast braid

144,145

9th day Noon:

Fennel salad

Broccoli salad

Grain sprouts

Mashed potatoes

with herbs

Strawberry dessert

146,147

9th day Evening:

Diplomat salad

Brussels sprout salad

Cracked rye with paprika

Fancy egg sandwich

148,149

 

 

 

10th day Morning:

Natural muesli

with grapes

Whole-grain poppy

seed roll with butter

150,151

10th day Noon:

Celery root salad

Bell pepper salad

Garden lettuce

Crushed wheat with basil

Potato snow

Blueberry salad

152,153

10th day Evening:

Sauerkraut salad

Red-and-white salad

Grain sprouts

Cheese stacks

154,155

 

 

 

11th day Morning:

Natural muesli

with peaches

Flax seed whole-grain

roll with butter

156,157

11th day Noon:

Brussels sprout salad

Lamb’s lettuce with radishes

Tomato baskets with asparagus filling

Rye groats with lemon balm

Boiled potatoes

with herb-„quark“

From the fruit basket

158,159

11th day Evening:

Carrot and kohlrabi salad

Orange-chicory salad

Wheat groats with lovage

Cheese board

160,161

 

 

 

12th day Morning:

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12th day Noon:

Natural muesli

with green grapes

1 slice whole-grain

fruit loaf

162,163

12th day Evening:

Vegetarian platter

Rye groats with chervil

Cheese finger-sandwiches

166,167

 

 

 

13th day Morning:

Natural (oat) muesli

with strawberries and banana/pear

Whole-grain nut roll

with butter

 

168,169

13th day Noon:

Carrot salad

Colorful endive salad

Red beet salad

Cracked wheat with borage

Whole-grain rice

Plum dessert

170,171

13th day Evening:

Chinese cabbage with tomatoes

Radish salad

Sprouted grain

Cheese hors d’oevres

172,173

 

 

 

14th day Morning:

Natural muesli

with blueberries

Whole-grain raisin roll

with butter

174,175

14th day Noon:

Cauliflower salad

Tomatoes in horse-radish sauce

Kohlrabi salad

Rye groates with chives

„Quark“-filled whole-wheat

pancakes

Grapefruit dessert

176,177

14th day Evening:

Fresh pea salad

Spinach salad

Cucumber cubes with tomato wedges

Wheat groats with rosemary

Sunny-side-up egg

with whole-grain bread

178,179

 

 

 

 

 

Recipes for „Farmer’s whole grain bread“ and „Whole grain rolls“

181

Information about the Schnitzer-System – the key to health, safeguard against civilization diseases

182

 

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