What You CAN Eat:

*Fruits

*Vegetables

*Meat

*Eggs

*Tree Nuts

*Seeds
What You CAN NOT eat:

*Nothing baked, broiled or fried. It must be raw, boiled or steamed. Slow cookers are fine. NO microwaving.

*No oils (Yes, this even includes things like olive oil)

*No grains. NO corn, it is a grain.

*No beans (legumes)

*No peanuts (they are a legume)

*No fruits or vegetables that are poisonous raw or not edible raw and must be cooked first to be consumed. If you can't eat it raw, then you can't eat it cooked. For example, a white potato among many others. Look up what fruits and vegetables are poisonous raw or not edible raw on your favorite search engine.

*No alcohol that is not made by fruit. So for example beer and vodka would not be allowed. Wine would be okay. Alcohol in moderation if at all. The alcohol must also be sulfite free!

*No dairy. This means all dairy, cow milk, goat milk, no exceptions. No cheese, no yogurt and no dairy substitutes like rice milk or soy milk. No substitutes period.

*No processed meat, this would include sausage, bacon, sandwich meats, canned meats, ham, hotdogs, etc. No substitute meats. ONLY approved meats are allowed.

*No processed food. Meaning things like candy, cakes, mac & cheese. This is a whole foods diet.

*No processed juices. If you must have juice, juice your own. The drink of choice is fresh water, blended fruits and/or vegetables or juices you make with your juicer.

*No Honey, corn syrup or table sugars. No artificial sugars/sweetners. No sweetners period. Want something sweet, eat an orange for example.

*No pickled foods.

*No condiments like ketchup or mustard.

*No Added Salt: While added salt is not generally allowed for most sedentary people on the Boiltarian Diet, be sure you are getting enough naturally occurring sodium from your food. Sodium is needed by your body. In cases of people who exercise regularly, natural sea salt is allowed if needed.

* No smoking cigarettes, no recreational drugs, this includes marijuana. No caffeine (this includes decaf coffee.) Alcohol in moderation and only alcohol made from fruit like wine.

*No Soda

*No vitamin or mineral supplements with the exception of being  recommened by your doctor (Find a grain free, dairy free, soy free one).
Always check ingredients and look up what they are as to not violate this diet's dietary guidelines.
The Boilarian Diet is a diet created by Brian Baxter. It is a diet of foods that can only be found out in nature, in their whole and natural state.

While milk can be found in nature, no other mammal drinks the milk of another animal in adulthood naturally and they certainly are not making cheese and butter out of it.

While grains are also found in nature, the Boiltarian Diet does not allow grains.

This diet also does not allow fruits and vegetables  that would be poisonous to a human or not edible raw if it was not first cooked. If you can't eat them raw, then you can't eat them on this diet even if cooked.

All meat that is allowed must be boiled or steamed (when appropriate, such as with fish). No baking, broiling or frying etc. No microwaving is allowed on this diet.

Boiling water reaches a temperature of 212 degrees Fahrenheit. This diet does not exceed that temperature for when you are cooking. Hence the word Boil-tarian.

The Boiltarian Diet is a diet focused  on fruits, vegetables, as well as tree nuts and seeds, eggs and meat.

The bulk of your calories should be coming from fruits and vegetables (mostly RAW when possible).

You can find help keeping track of your calories and fat intake by using this free software. CRON-O-Meter

This diet is not about measuring food. Just remember fruits and vegetables are at the top of the list. Try to get as many calories as you can from fruits and vegetables, the more the better.

Be sure to eat a wide variety of foods in a day so you can get adequate nutrition.

Remember, most women require 2000 calories a day in food and most men require 2500 calories a day in food. More if you are active.

Legal Disclaimer: I AM NOT A DOCTOR and you should always speak with your doctor before making changes to your diet or starting an exercise program. This information is not meant to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease. By participating in this diet you do so at your own risk and YOU must take full responsibility for any results you get. You agree to take full responsibility for all of your actions and not hold Brian Baxter, The Boiltarian Diet or any company owned and/or operated by Brian Baxter responsible. Keep taking medication as directed by your doctor.
Find out more by clicking the buttons below for approved foods. Have questions not addressed on this page? Email and ask.

Also, if you have a food allergy to one of the approved foods for the Boiltarian Diet, avoid eating it and stick to foods that are safe for you to eat. Use common sense.

NOTE: You should make sure to get enough calories for your sex and body type. This is not a starvation diet. Eat and eat well! While added salt is not generally allowed for most sedentary people on the Boiltarian Diet, be sure you are getting enough naturally occurring sodium from your food. Sodium is needed by your body. In cases of people who exercise regularly, natural sea salt is allowed if needed.
Email: brian@brianonearth.com