i generally have at least 2 different cooked foods to switch between throughout the day. that could be: lentils&buckwheat,peas&beans, whole rice+muchrooms&chickpeas, any combination like this, usually one more on protein than the other. these are separate from coocked meats food, like beef soup, bone broth, mackerel, etc.
the combinations depend on how much effort i did (more protein), generally carbs should be in the first part of the day. 15-30min before each meal i drink some herb tea, or herb capsule that i'm trying (now i'm on the liver specifics), or some sort of medicine food. water only 1hr after the meal(same for fruits). also the water should be "chewed". water first thing in the morning (with few drops of lemon). also in the morning(before the actual meal), stretches - exercises (get's the blood to the extremities -skin). there are so many details.. i avoid cooking in oil, which never sees sunlight (no food does). i add fresh parsley/dill to any meal. any meal should have enzymes that means > some garnish > salad of cabbage/carrots/beet/etc (i don't believe in juicing.. that fiber is very important). there are so many details.. lots of water between meals
so in the morning (15min after the "medicine herbs"/polen) i could eat for example lentils and bone broth, although i noticed some effects of the dissociated food eating, so i'm aware of it. with a lot of cabbage.
(fruits in between, usually an apple)
4hr later, chickpeas with carrots&beet salad, and some wallnuts.
(fruits in between)
4hr later beef soup + lentils (seems i've chose lentils&chickpeas for the day)
(pumpkin seeds in between)
4hr later (but not past 8pm) buckwheat or mackerel or bone broth, but the real aim is buckwheat, again with salad (again cruciferous, but these foods are also dependent on the season, for in the late summer it's melon euphoria lol, or salads in the spring, etc. but no eggplant).
and that's it, for later, acne/liver specific herb teas.
i hope i remembered the exact diet from that period in which i started getting rid of oilly skin, also i forgot to mention no dairy (this also includes butter) and during that period i haven't touched honey, i'm not sure about bread during that time, but if ate it it was definitely homemade whole bread. i also remember i had 2 stools a day. (occasionally even 3). after one month and a half i noticed oilly skin was gone. also topically i used a bit of homemade vineger+water (and salt which i think it may be a bad idea). again saw palmetto also contributed.
that's it, good luck.
Edited by DanTheNewWorld, 20 February 2014 - 07:23 AM.