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The Sacred Heart DietThe Sacred Heart Diet has a 7 Day Eating Plan.
Over the seven days, in addition to as much soup as you want, there is a different diet for each day, which tells you what you can have in addition to the soup.
NOTE: You can have AS MUCH soup as you want. Many commenters to this hub have asked, so I am adding this to the description. If you do eat a lot of the soup, you may have to make a new batch. Just repeat the recipe!
Day One - Soup and fruit. (no bananas)
Day Two - Soup and vegetables (no dry beans, peas or corn), and then a baked potato with butter at dinnertime
Day Three - Soup, fruit and veggies (no potato!) By today, up to seven pounds could be shed!
Day Four - Bananas (at least three) and skim milk- on this day, the body will need calcium and potassium.
Day Five - Soup, 10-20 ounces of beef and tomatoes (one can or six fresh)
Day Six - Soup and as much beef and veggies you want
Day Seven - Soup, brown rice, veggies, unsweetened fruit juice
Approved drinks - water, black coffee, tea, sugar-free cranberry juice or unsweetened fruit juice. It is very important to avoid alcohol or carbonated beverages, even diet soda.
How to Make the Soup:
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