Eat a high-fiber diet consisting of 50 to 75 percent raw foods, including large amounts of fruits and vegetables plus brown rice, lentils, and potatoes. For protein, eat beans and legumes, fish, raw nuts and seeds, skinless white turkey or white chicken breast, tofu, and soured products.


Eliminate alcohol, caffeine, canned and packaged foods, carbonated beverages, chocolate, all junk foods refined and processed foods salt, sugar, sweets, saturated fats, soft drinks, and white flour from the diet. Avoid fatty foods such as bacon, cold cuts, fried foods, gravies, ham, luncheon meats, sausage, and all dairy products except for low-fat soured products.


Omit wheat and wheat products from the diet.


Drink steam-distilled water.


Get regular moderate exercise.


Use an elimination diet to test for food allergies, which can aggravate the condition.


Have a hair analysis done to rule out heavy metal poisoning.


Try to improve blood oxygen supply to the brain with deep breathing exercises. Hold your breath for thirty seconds every half hour for a thirty-day period. This stimulates deeper breathing and helps to increase oxygen levels in the tissues of the brain.


Do not go without food. Eating frequent small meals daily is better than eating two or three large meals.