720 North Tustin Avenue
Suite 104
Santa Ana, CA 92705-3606
Phone: (714) 565-1032
Fax: (714) 565-1035

Jeremy E. Kaslow, MD, FACP, FACAAI Physician and Surgeon
Board Certified Internal Medicine

NOTICE TO CONSUMERS
Medical Doctors are licensed and regulated by the Medical Board of California
(800) 633-2322
www.mbc.ca.gov

CATABOLIC FOODS

 

Catabolic foods burn up more calories than they supply.  Catabolic foods are the opposite of Anabolic foods. For example a medium sized apple (which is catabolic), would provide an average of 85 calories, however your metabolism would require an additional 99 more calories to metabolize it.  As a result, you burn calories (and hopefully fat!)

 

To help maintain your weight it would be helpful to eat a minimum of ten servings of catabolic foods each day. In addition to catabolic foods one can eat proteins and other carbohydrates in moderation without gaining weight.

 

The high grade catabolic foods are more effective than others.  It is best to spread the consumption of your catabolics over the course of the whole day.

 

HIGH GRADE CATABOLIC FOODS

 

FRUIT:
Black/Blueberries           Limes                         Pineapple                 Cantaloupe
Grapefruit                       Oranges                     Plums-Damson         Strawberries

Lemons                           Raspberries - fresh     Pears-Bartlett          Watermelon

 

VEGETABLES:
Artichokes                      Celery                        Parsley leaves          Sweet Potato
Asparagus                       Cucumbers                 Peppers                    Tomato
Broccoli                          Eggplant                     Radishes                 Zucchini
Brussels Sprouts             Leeks - cooked           Spinach
Carrots                           Lettuce

 

LOW GRADE CATABOLIC FOODS

 

FRUIT:
Apples                             Cherries                    Honeydew melon      Peaches
Apricots                          Grapes                       Nectarines               Tangerines

 

VEGETABLES:
Beans-green                   Cauliflower                Endive                     Peas
Beans-string                   Chives - fresh             Garlic                      Pumpkin
Beets                              Corn                          Onions                     Red Cabbage
Cabbage                          Dill Pickles                 Parsnips                  Turnips

 

SEAFOODS:
Crabs                              Lobster-cooked           Trevally
Flounder                         Mussels                     Clams - cooked
Frogs legs                       Shrimps/Prawns
Cod-steaks                      Tuna

 

Any white meat without fat

- Home - Office News - My Approach - Services Offered - Prospective Patients - Staff - Health Topics - Dietary Programs - Toxicity Topics - Supplements - Lab Findings - Contact Us

Copyright 2013 - Jeremy E. Kaslow, M.D. - all rights reserved
Website design by Laurence B. Abrams.  Site maintained by Jeremy E. Kaslow, M.D.