Sugar Training Regimen

The goal of this plan is to help you reestablish the sugar control mechanism. You will need to follow it very closely for 2 weeks, and then add items back at the clinician’s recommendation.

After 1 week you will need to be re-checked. If you pass the check, you may add back one of the eliminated food groups (i.e. beans) in SMALL quantities. Dr. Fidler may have personal recommendations.

Lifestyle Musts

  1. Drink 1 liter/32 ounces of water for each 50lbs weight.
  2. Drink 3- 12 ounce glasses of distilled water first thing in the morning.
  3. Eat 1 serving of protein at each meal. This includes: meat, fish, eggs, cheese, nuts, milk, or natural yogurt.
  4. Eat 8 servings of fresh or frozen vegetables every day.
  5. Eat 3 servings of fresh, frozen or canned-in-juice fruit daily.
  6. Eat every 2 hours if necessary to avoid blood sugar lows. Raw nut and seeds or raw coconut are good snacks.
  7. Do 3 minutes exercise every morning as hard as you are able.

Lifestyle Musn’ts


  1. Caffeine
  2. Alcohol
  3. Sugar
  4. Sweetners, including honey, aspartame or Splenda.
  5. Flour/wheat
  6. Potatoes
  7. Dried beans
  8. White rice
  9. Soy or soy products

Okay in Small Quantities

  1. Brown Rice
  2. Oatmeal. If gluten-free, ensure it is sourced from a Celiac-certified farm
  3. Stevia for sweetening