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Gutright Protocol – Modbiotic Food List

Modbiotic™ Food List

Gutright Modbiotic™ Protocol

Modbiotics – At ATP Science, we are huge foodies! Because we know, that nature knows best. So, it makes sense when caring for our guts that break down and use our food to nourish our body, that we must start with what goes in!

Whenever or wherever possible follow these top 5 rules:

  1. Eat local
  2. Eat in-season
  3. Organic/ free-range / biodynamic
  4. Sit down to eat (do not eat on the run) process the food you are chewing.
  5. Eat the peels, pips, skins, pulp, seeds, and fiber.

Kicking off the Modbiotic Protocol! Directions for use:

  1. One level Scoop of Gutright 3 times daily with meals for 10 days. Taken with water or Modbiotic ™ Diet-friendly juice.
  2. Stick to the Modbiotic ™ protocol of foods to eat and avoid during the 10 days.
  3. Once the 10 days are done, drop back to 1 serve daily and follow the recommended guidelines for Maintenance. (Under Modbiotic™ Protocol Table)
FOOD GROUPEATAVOID
Seafood, meats and eggsAnchovies,  all fish and seafood, all real meat, bacon,  beef, canned fish, all eggs, chicken, ham, lamb, meats, pork, pork rinds, poultry, shellfish, gluten-free sausages, SashimiHotdogs, reconstituted and reclaimed meats, luncheon meats, sausages
VegetablesArtichokes (globe or French), asparagus, Acorn Squash, beetroot, black Radish, bok choy, broccoli, brussels sprouts, Butternut Squash, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, celery, celeriac, chard, chestnut, collard greens, cucumbers, eggplant, jalapenos,  kale, kimchee, leek, lettuce, mushrooms, onions, peas, capsicum, dill pickles, pumpkin, rhubarb, spinach, squash, string beans, swede, water chestnut, watercress, zucchiniArtichokes (Jerusalem), bean sprouts, bitter melon, corn, parsnips, potatoes, sweet potatoes, tapioca, taro, turnips, yams, Yucca Root, Bitter Gourd,
FruitApples, apricots, Avocado, bananas, all berries, cantaloupe, capers, custard apple, cherries, Coconut, cranberry, dates, figs, grapes, grapefruit, kiwi fruit, kumquats, lemons, limes, mangoes, melon, nectarines, olives, orange, papaya, passion fruit, peaches, pears,  persimmons, pineapple, plums, prunes,  raisins, tangerines, tomatoes, watermelon,
Nuts and seedsAlmonds, Almond Butter, Almond Milk, Almond Oil, brazil nuts, cashews, coconut, hazelnuts, macadamia, mustard, peanuts, pecans, pine nuts, pistachios, seeds, sesame seeds, walnuts, hemp, Chestnut, watercress,Flax seeds (linseeds) Chia (unless soaked)
Legumes, beans and pulses
Lentils, peanuts, split peas, Black Beans, Haricot Beans (navy beans), String beans,Black eye beans, butter beans/lima beans, cannellini beans, chickpeas, garbanzo beans, kidney beans, millet, miso, mung beans, soy and it’s products including tofu, miso, soy sauce etc. Bean Sprouts, Faba Beans,
Milks, butters, cheeses and yoghurtsAlmond milk and butter, asiago cheese, blue cheese, brick cheese, brie, butter, camembert, cheddar cheese, coconut milk, Colby cheese, dry curd cottage cheese, Edam cheese, ghee, gorgonzola cheese, gouda cheese, gruyere cheese, Havarti cheese, mozzarella cheese, Manchego cheese, Monterey Jack Cheese, Hollumi, parmesan cheese, Romano cheese, Roquefort cheese, Swiss cheese, homemade yoghurt - fermented more than 24 hours to remove the lactose.Buttermilk, cream, cottage cheese, cream cheese, cream of tartar, feta cheese, ice cream, milk, ricotta cheese, sour cream, soy milk, commercial yogurts, whey, Dried Milk Solids, Kefir, Margarine,
Cereals, grains, bread, pasta and floursAlmond flour, baking soda, hempAmaranth, arrowroot, bakers powder, baker’s yeast, barley, buckwheat, bulgur, corn flour, corn starch, durum flour, flour, oats,  pasta, pea flour, psyllium husks, quinoa, rice, rice bran, rice flour, rye, sago starch. spelt, sprouted grain bread, tapioca starch / flour, wheat, wheat germ, pea and Bean flour, Carob, Chestnut Flour, Corn Starch, Garfava Flour, Konjac, Millet, refined oats,
Drinks and beveragesApple cider, pure apple juice with no sugar added, bourbon, club soda, real coffee, pure cranberry juice, gin, grape juice, grapefruit juice, green tea, pure orange juice, peppermint tea, pineapple juice, scotch whisky, black tea, white tea, green tea,  tomato juice, vodka, dry wine, instant coffee (Without Milk or Sugar Additives) hemp proteinApple juice with added sugar, beer, brandy, cordial, port wine, sherry, pea protein, Mead,
Condiments, jams and sweetenershoney, horseradish, cilantro/coriander, peanut butter, salt, sauerkraut, wasabi, Mustard (plain), Black PepperStock cubes, carob, chocolate, cocoa, corn syrup, maple syrup, margarine, soy sauce, aspartame, Agave Syrup, Agar-Agar, Dextrose, Evaporated Cane Juice, Ketchup, Molasses,
Culinary herbs and spicesAllspice, bay leaf, basil, cilantro/coriander, cinnamon, garlic, ginger, nutmeg,  oregano, paprika, parsley, rosemary, sage, spices, tarragon, thyme, Echinacea, Garli, PeppersChicory root, Astragalus, Bark tea, Burdock Root, Kudzu, Licorice, Marshmellow,
Oils and vinegarsAlmond oil, avocado oil, traditional balsamic vinegar (not balsamic condiment), coconut oil, flax seed oil, macadamia oil, olive oil, peanut oil,  safflower oil, sesame oil,  sunflower oil, vinegar, walnut oil, Canola oil, Corn Oil, Grapeseed Oil, safflower oil,Balsamic Vinegar,
MiscellaneousGelatin, Lecithin, Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C, Aspartic Acid, baking Soda, Cellulose, Citric Acid, Gelatin, Glycerin, Glycerol, HN Zyme, Kimchi, l-Theanine, Lecithin, Leucine, Magnesium Citrate, Magnesium Stearate, Silica, Silicon Dioxide, Sodium Benzonate, Sulphites (dried fruits), Vegetable Stearate,Instant soup mix, cellulose gum, chewing gum, fructooligosaccharides (FOS), guar gum, inulin, molasses, pectin, xylitol, rice malt syrup, Algae, Aloe Vera, Baking Powder, Bee Pollen, Chlorella, Chocolate, Cream of Tartar, Glucose Candy, Inulin, Inositol, Maltitol, Maltodextrin, Melatonin, MSG,

Simple Carbohydrate Food List

What’s the idea behind the “Simple Carbohydrate Food List”?

Basically eating foods which contain simple sugars and avoiding foods which contain complex sugars. We Recommend using this Diet in Conjunction with Gutright as part of the 10-day protocol for best results. 

Simple Sugars

(carbohydrates) can be absorbed directly into the bloodstream. Simple sugars are also known as monosaccharide and include glucose (dextrose), fructose, galactose, ribose, and xylose.

Simple sugars can be absorbed quickly and easily and do not require enzymes to breakdown complex sugar molecules to allow them to be absorbed, this makes them easier to digest and utilize and less likely to ferment and feed intestinal organisms causing symptoms associated with digestive and behavioral disorders.

Post 10-day Modbiotic Protocol Modbiotic Maintenance

  1. Slowly reintroduce your complex carbohydrate foods if these are usually in your diet but were avoided for the 10 days. We recommend 1 form every 1-3 days and measuring how your body responds to it. Easier to digest or less agreeable?
  2. Maintain 1 scoop per day of the Gutright.
  3. Keep Polyphenol Rich Foods in and follow those Top 5 rules we listed above at the start.

Need some cooking inspiration? 

We have stacked together our Top 5 Gutright recipes if you need some inspiration on how to get it in to your daily diet.

Come up with your own Gutright Concoctions? Or taken a snapshot of the “Gutright Face”? Make sure you use the #gutright on socials so we can see your creations!