All products made from wheat, barley, rye, rice, oats, millet (Note: these grains are permitted if sprouted)
Nuts and Seeds
Cashews. Even if labeled raw, cashews are generally heated to remove a toxin on its shell. Cashews are also harder to digest, and while they are a nut, they should be considered closer to a legume, making them more similar to peanuts than other nuts. Also avoid roasted and salted nuts and seeds.
Pinto beans, lima beans, green beans, wax beans, peas, soy, peanuts, fava, and all other varieties (note: if you must eat legumes, lentils should be considered because of the vitamin B17 content).
Roots and Tubers
Any root or tuber that can’t be eaten raw but must be cooked to remove toxins should be avoided.
Pasteurized cow’s milk, cheeses made from pasteurized milk, yogurt, whey, butter, and all products made from them. If milk must be consumed, it should be unpasteurized goats milk
All products containing corn syrup, fructose, sucrose, maltose, dextrose, molasses. In addition, alcohol, which is really a concentrated sugar, should be avoided, too.