Excerpt from the book A New Science of Energy by Lawrence Wilson, M.D.
Large portions of mainly cooked vegetables twice or three times daily. Be sure to wash vegetables carefully.
Several ounces of a concentrated protein food for at least twice or perhaps three times daily. These include meats, eggs, fish (preferably sardines) up to twice per week, cheese, yoghurt, dried beans or some almond butter or other nut and seed butters.
One or two tablespoons daily of a quality fatty or oil food. For example, two eggs, a few tablespoons of almond butter, or a portion of lamb or other fatty meat is fine once daily.
Small amount of complex carbohydrates daily such as starchy vegetables (the best), whole grains such as brown rice, millet, quinoa, blue corn chips or lentil soup.
Reduce all sugars and sweets as much as possible. This includes most artificial Sweetners
Rationale: Slow oxidizer are in a later, less healthful stage of stress called the exhaustion stage. Their digestive power is much lower and liver activity is usually more sluggish. Most do not handle fats and oils nearly as well as fast oxidizers. They do better on more protein, which stabilizes their abnormal oxidation rate and their blood sugar level. They can often handle complex carbohydrates and most vegetables. A small amount of high quality fats and oils are necessary for everyone’s health especially those rich in omega-3 fatty acids.