Origins of Diet for Minerals

Part of the series,
Diet for Minerals

by Jon Sasmor RCPC (Mineral Guide, MinBalance LLC)
Updated April 2, 2022

Here's How to Benefit from Both:
—The Root Cause Protocol's Next-Generation Mineral Balancing
—The Diet for Rapid Development's Mineral-Enriching, Iron-Limiting Diet

On the one hand, I'm convinced that Morley Robbins' Root Cause Protocol takes the correct attitude toward diet. Eat organic ancestral whole foods! And don't be more restrictive than organic ancestral whole foods. Rigidity and restriction about foods often lead to fear and trauma around eating, which end up being highly damaging in the long run.

On the other hand, since 2018, I've followed a diet similar to Dr. Larry Wilson's Diet for Rapid Development, and have benefitted tremendously. And I know others who have benefitted too. We may not have done as well without Dr. Wilson's more specific guidance about diet. Dr. Wilson's diet overlaps in many ways with organic ancestral whole foods, but it's more specific about certain foods and certain amounts.

Dr. Wilson's Diet for Rapid Development seems to contain special magic that helps many of us feel better faster than we would feel with a more general diet. And I do think I've found a few minor ways to improve upon Dr. Wilson's suggestions, which may be helpful for today's generation with even more food reactions than previous generations.

Dr. Wilson's diet, in turn, adopts elements from macrobiotics, as well as from the research of William Donald Kelley.

One of the most important aspects of Dr. Wilson's diet is sufficient, but carefully limited, amounts of iron-rich foods such as red meat. It may be less important in the context of RCP, but some degree of dietary iron restriction may somewhat reduce (but not eliminate) the need for blood donations or phlebotomy, for many people.

The result here is the Diet for Minerals!

The Diet for Minerals combines:

I hope the Diet for Minerals brings you the wonderful results it has brought to me!