Website design By BotEap.comThe word “bugger” is from Latin bugger meaning “slime, mold, mucus, etc.” Mucus refers to a thick, slimy, slippery secretion that is made up of dead cells, mucin, inorganic salts, water, and exfoliated cells. It also refers to the slimy, sticky, gooey substance left behind by mucus-forming foods in the body after ingestion. The word “pus” It is from the end of the 14c. Latin “pus” (related to puter [putrid] “rotten”), from Proto-Indo-European *pu- compared to Sanskrit. puyati “belches, stinks”, putih “stinky, disgusting”. Pus often refers to a thick white, yellowish, or greenish opaque fluid produced in infected tissue, consisting of dead white blood cells, bacteria, tissue debris, and serum. It also refers to the substance that meat from dead animals is chemically transformed into after being consumed or as it rots in the digestive tract. Eating meat and dairy products creates pus residue in the body, while starchy and fatty foods form mucus.

Website design By BotEap.comThe word “mucous”, or mucus-free, refers to foods that do not form mucus. These foods are digested without leaving behind a thick, slimy, slimy substance called mucus. These foods include all kinds of fat-free, non-starchy fruits and vegetables.

Website design By BotEap.comAll foods that form pus/mucus form acid. The word “acid” is from the early 1600s and means “vinegar-flavored,” from the French acide (16c.) or directly from the Latin. sour “sour, sharp”, acere state adjective “to be sour”, from PIE stem *ak- “sour, sharp” (see acrid). flavor, the ability to turn blue litmus red, and the ability to react with bases and certain metals to form salts. From a mucus perspective, foods that form pus and mucus are understood to be “acid formers” within the human body. Such foods create an acidic internal environment that is detrimental to well-being.

Website design By BotEap.comThe following is a list of foods that form pus, mucus, and acid:

Website design By BotEap.comMEAT (PUS-FORMING)

  • animal blood
  • Eggs (All Types)
  • Bacon
  • Meat (beef, chicken, horse, dog, lamb/mutton, turkey, veal, pork):
  • Bacon, Ham, Sausages, Gammon, Chitterlings, Pig’s Feet; Wild game: bison, buffalo, ostrich, rabbit, deer, etc.)
  • Margarine (Made with Animal Fat)
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  • Crustacean (Crab, Lobster, Lobster, Shrimp)
  • Fish (all types)
  • Molluscs (Clams, Oysters, Mussels, Snails, etc.)
  • roe (caviar)
  • Salmon
  • seafood
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  • butter cow
  • buttermilk
  • Cheese (All Kinds)
  • Cream
  • Cream
  • kefir
  • Milk (All Animals and Types; Raw Organic, Skim, 1 or 2%, etc.)
  • Yogurt
Website design By BotEap.comCEREALS (MODERATELY MUCOUS)

  • Barley
  • Breads (All Types; Barley, Black, Rye, White, Graham, Pumpernickel,
  • Zweback, etc.)
  • Cereals in Grain (All Types; Corn, Farina, Kamut, Millet,
  • Oats, Quinoa, Spelled, White Rice, Brown Rice, Whole or Refined Wheat, etc.)
  • Cornmeal
  • Pseudocereals (All Types; Amaranth, Buckwheat, Chia, Cresta de Gallo, Kañiwa, Quinoa, etc.)
  • Pasta
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  • Beans (All types and shapes; Black Beans, Black-eyed Beans, Fava Beans, Butter Beans, Cannellini Beans, Chick Peas, Edamame, Great Northern Beans, Italian Beans, Kidney Beans, Lentils, Lima Beans, Mung Beans, Navy Beans , Pinto Beans, Soy Beans, Split Peas, Green Beans, Navy Beans, etc.)
Website design By BotEap.comNUTS AND SEEDS (MUCOSA FORMERS)

  • Nuts (all kinds; acorns, almonds, Brazil nuts, cashews, chestnuts, hazelnuts, peanuts, pecans, pistachios, walnuts, etc.)
  • Seeds (All kinds; Sunflower, Pumpkin, Hemp, Sesame, etc.)

  • Dry convenience foods
  • fast foods
  • frozen prepared foods
  • Packaged convenience foods
  • processed meat

  • Baked goods (all types, including pies, cakes, pastries, etc.)
  • Candy (all types; bars, candy, chocolate, fudge, jelly beans, rock
  • caramel, caramel
  • gelatin (gelatin)
  • Ice Cream (Dairy and Non-Dairy)
  • Marshmallow

  • Alcoholic Beverages (All Kinds; Ale, Beer, Brandy, Champagne, Hard
  • cider, liqueur, mead, stout, rum, sake/rice wine, gin, herbal wine, lager, fruit wine, vodka, whiskey, tequila, etc.)
  • Syrups (brown rice, barley malt, chocolate, corn, artificially flavored)
  • Cocoa
  • Coffee
  • kombucha tea
  • Soft drink (Soda Pop)
  • Tea (All types of the Theaceae family)
  • Vinegar (white, apple cider)
  • Ancient Root Beer

  • Fish sauce
  • Fermented Vegetables (All; Kimchi/cabbage and other vegetables, Olives
  • Pickles/cucumbers. sauerkraut/cabbage, etc.)
  • miso
  • Sauces with Vinegar (Hot Sauce, Ketchup, Mustard, Mayonnaise, Relish,
  • Tartar, Barbecue, Salad Dressings, Sauce, etc.)
  • soy sauce

  • Chips (corn, potato, banana, etc.)
  • Frozen vegan breakfast foods (waffles, etc.)
  • Hummus (processed chickpeas)
  • Laboratory-grown animal tissue
  • Margarine
  • nutritional yeast
  • Pasta (without egg)
  • 100% pasteurized fruit juice (potentially acid-forming)
  • Non-dairy milks (grains, nuts, seeds, and vegetables, including soy, rice, etc.)
  • Plant-based butter (nuts, seeds, and vegetables, including soy, peanuts, etc.)
  • plant-based creams
  • Soy lecithin (food additive)
  • tempeh
  • Textured vegetable protein (‘simulated’ meats, including soy, etc.)
  • tofu
  • vegan baked goods
  • Vegan Sweets (All Kinds; Chocolates, Ice Creams, etc.)
  • Vegan cheese substitutes
  • Vegan Mayonnaise
  • Vegan Whipped Cream
  • Yogurts (plant-based)
Website design By BotEap.comOILS (FATTY AND LITTLE MUCOUS)

  • Oil (All types; Avocado Oil, Chia Seed, Coconut, Corn, Cottonseed, Cottonseed, Flaxseed, Grapeseed, Hempseed, Nut Oils, Olive, Palm, Peanut, Quinoa, Rapeseed (including canola), Safflower, Soybean etc.)

  • black peppercorns
  • Cayenne pepper
  • chilli powder
  • tart cream
  • Curry powder
  • nutmeg
  • Peppers
  • Pepper
  • Salt (Celery, Crystal, Iodized, Sea)
  • Vanilla extract

  • Artichoke
  • Lawyers
  • cassava
  • Cauliflower
  • coconut meat
  • Corn
  • durian
  • Fungus (mushrooms)
  • Green peas
  • olives
  • parsnips
  • Peas (Raw)
  • Banana
  • bananas
  • pumpkins
  • Raw or baked white potatoes
  • Raw Pumpkins (Winter, Acorn, Butternut, etc.)
  • Raw Sweet Potatoes
  • swedish turnip
  • Turnip
  • green banana
Website design By BotEap.comWhat are they Deceptive mucus formers?

Website design By BotEap.comHere is a list of foods that many people are not aware of that create mucus:

  • Rice (great for creating book binding glue, bad for transitioning to a mucus-free diet)
  • Avocados (Fatty item that can be used in transition, but is highly addictive. Although technically a fruit, if used it is best to combine them with a mucus-free salad or vegetable combination to aid elimination. However, it is recommended to remain away from them if you’re not already attached to them.)
  • Nuts (Mucus formers, but can be used in transition. Best eaten with dried fruit like grapes to help with elimination.)
  • Bananas (starchy)
  • Tofu (viscous and mucus-forming).
  • Unripe fruit like unripe bananas (the riper the fruit you eat, the better).
  • Corn (Not eliminated well. When cooked corn or corn chips are eaten, it becomes musky and slimy in the intestines.)
  • Corn chips (Some people use these in transition, but they are very addictive and don’t flush well)
  • Beans (They are starchy and mucus-forming. But can be used sparingly in the transition very close to leafy salad greens)
  • Starchy Vegetables (Some vegetables are starchy and form mucus in raw or cooked form, such as white potatoes. But many other vegetables, such as sweet potatoes, become almost mucus-free (non-starchy) after proper cooking.
Website design By BotEap.comThe transition diet

Website design By BotEap.comIt is very important that people learn how to transition from the most harmful mucus-forming foods to those that leave the least amount of waste. For more information on this transition process, see Arnold Ehret’s Mucusless Diet Healing System: Annotated, Revised, and Edited by Prof. Spira.

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