List of Pus and Mucus-Forming Foods

The information mucus is from the Latin mucus which method slime, mold, snot, etc. Mucus refers to a thick, viscous, slippery release that is comprised of dead cells, mucin, inorganic salts, water, and exfoliated cells. It also refers to the slimy, sticky, viscous substance left behind by mucus-forming foods in the body after ingestion. The information pus is from late 14c. Latin pus (related to puter [putrid] rotten), from Proto-Indo-European-pu- compared to Sanskrit. puyati rots, stinks, putih stinking, foul. Pus often refers to a thick white, yellowish, or greenish opaque liquid produced in infected tissue, consisting of dead white blood cells, bacteria, tissue debris, and serum. It also refers to the substance that dead animal flesh is chemically changed to after being consumed or while decaying in ones digestive tract. The ingestion of meat and dairy products create pus residue in the body, while starchy and fatty foods are mucus-forming.

The information mucusless, or mucus-free, refers to foods that are not mucus-forming. Such foods digest without leaving behind a thick, viscous, slimy substance called mucus. These foods include all kinds of fat-free, and starchless, fruits and vegetables.

All foods that are pus/mucus-forming are acid-forming. The information acid is from the early 1600s meaning of the taste of vinegar, from French acide (16c.) or directly from Latin acidus sour, sharp, adjective of state from acere to be sour, from PIE root *ak- sharp, pointed (see acrid).In chemistry it refers to a class of substances whose aqueous solutions are characterized by a sour taste, the ability to turn blue litmus red, and the ability to react with bases and certain metals to form salts. From a mucusless perspective, pus and mucus-forming foods are understood to be acid-forming inside the human body. Such foods create an acidic internal ecosystem that is detrimental to wellness.

The following is a list of pus, mucus, and acid-forming foods:


Blood of Animals Eggs (All Kinds) Lard Meat (Beef, Chicken, Horse, Dog, Mutton/Lamb, Turkey, Veal, Pork: Bacon, Ham, Sausage, Gammon, Chitterlings, Pig Feet; Wild Game: Bison, Buffalo, Ostrich, Rabbit, Venison, etc.) Margarine (Made with Animal Fat)


Crustacean (Crab, Crawfish, Lobster, Shrimp) Fish (All Types) Mollusks (Clam, Oysters, Mussels, Snail, etc.) Roe (Caviar) Salmon Shell Fish


Butter, Cow Buttermilk Cheese (All Kinds) Cream Crème fraîche Kefir Milk (All Animals and Kinds; Raw Organic, Skim, 1 or 2 %, etc.) Yogurt


Barley Breads (All Kinds; Barley, Black, Rye, White, Graham, Pumpernickel, Zwieback, etc.) Cereal Grains (All Kinds; Maize, Farina, Kamut, Millet, Oats, Quinoa, Spelt, White Rice, Brown Rice, Whole or perfected Wheat, etc.) Cornmeal Pseudocereals (All Kinds; Amaranth, Buckwheat, Chia, Cockscomb, Kañiwa, Quinoa, etc.) Pastas


Beans (All Kinds and Forms; Black Beans, Black-eyed peas, Fava Beans, Butter Beans, Cannellini Beans, Chickpeas/Garbanzo Beans, Edamame, Great Northern Beans, Italian Beans, Kidney Beans, Lentils, Lima Beans, Mung Beans, Navy Beans, Pinto Beans, Soy Beans, divided Peas, String Beans (Green Beans), White Beans, etc.)


Nuts (All Kinds; Acorns, Almonds, Brazil Nuts, Cashews, Chestnuts, Hazelnuts, Peanuts, Pecans, Pistachios, Walnuts, etc.) Seeds (All Kinds; Sunflower, Pumpkin, Hemp, Sesame, etc.)


Dried Convenience Foods Fast Foods Frozen Convenience Foods Packaged Convenience Foods Processed Meat


Baked Goods (All kinds including pies, cakes, pastries, etc.) Candy (All Types; Bars, Caramels, Chocolate, Fudge, Jelly candies, Rock Candy, Taffy Gelatin (Jello) Ice Cream (Dairy and Non-Dairy) Marshmallow


Alcoholic Beverages (All Kinds; Ale, Beer, Brandy, Champagne, Hard Cider, Liqueur, Mead, Porter, Rum, Sake/Rice Wine, Gin, Herbal Wine, Lager, Fruit Wine, Vodka Whisky, Tequila, etc.) Syrups (Brown Rice, Barley Malt, Chocolate, Corn, Artificially Flavored) Cocoa Coffee Kombucha Tea Soft Drink (Soda Pop) Tea (All Kinds from the Theaceae family) Vinegar (White, Apple Cider) Old-fashioned Root Beer


Fish Sauce Fermented Vegetables (All; Kimchi/cabbage and other veggies, Olives Pickles/cucumbers. Sauerkraut/cabbage, etc.) Miso Sauces with Vinegar (Hot Sauce, Ketchup, Mustard, Mayonnaise, Relish, Tartar, Barbecue, Salad Dressings, Salsa, etc.) Soy Sauce


Chips (corn, potato, plantain, etc.) Frozen Vegan Breakfast Foods (waffels, etc.) Hummus (processed chickpeas) Lab Grown Animal Tissue Margarine Nutritional Yeast Pasta (egg-free) Pasteurized 100% Fruit Juice (potentially acid-forming) Plant milks (grains, nuts, seeds, and legumes including soy, rice, etc.) Plant-based butter (nuts, seeds, and legumes including soy, peanut, etc.) Plant-based creamers Soy Lecithin (food additive) Tempeh Texturized Vegetable Protein (mock meats including soy, etc.) Tofu Vegan Baked Goods Vegan Confections (All Types; Chocolates, Ice Cream, etc.) Vegan Cheese Substitutes Vegan Mayonnaise Vegan Whipped Cream Yogurts (Plant-based)


Oil (All types; Avocado Oil, Chia Seed, Coconut, Corn, Cotton Seed, Cotton Seed, Flax Seed, Grape Seed, Hemp Seed, Nut Oils, Olive, Palm, Peanut, Quinoa, Rapeseed (Including Canola), Safflower, Soybean etc.)


Black Peppercorns Cayenne Pepper Chili Powder Cream of Tarter Curry Powder Nutmeg Paprika Pepper Salt (Celery, Crystal, Iodized, Sea) Vanilla Extract


Artichoke Avocados Cassava Cauliflower Coconut Meat Corn Durian Fungus (Mushrooms) Green Peas Olives Parsnips Peas (Raw) Plantain Plantains Pumpkins Raw or Baked White Potatoes Raw Squashes (Winter, Acorn, Butternut, etc.) Raw Sweet Potatoes Rutabaga Turnip Unripe Banana

What are misleading Mucus-Formers?

Here is a list of foods that many people do not realize create mucus:

Rice (great for creating glue to bind books, bad for the change to a mucus-free diet) Avocados (fatty item that may be used on the change, but are highly addictive. Although technically a fruit, if used it is best to combine them with a mucus-free combination salad or vegetables to aid elimination. However, it is recommended to stay away from them if you are not already stuck to them.) Nuts (Mucus-forming, but may be used on the change. It is best to eat with dried fruits like raisins to aid with elimination.) Plantains (Starchy) Tofu (Slimy and mucus-forming.) Un-ripened fruits like green bananas (the riper the fruit you eat the better). Corn (It does not eliminate well. When cooked corn or corn chips are eating it becomes mushy and slimy in the intestines.) Corn chips (Some people use them on the change, but they are very addictive and do not eliminate well) Beans (They are starchy and mucus-forming. But, they may be used sparingly on the change within close closeness to green-leafy salads) Starchy Vegetables (Some vegetalbes are starchy and mucus-forming in raw or cooked forms, such as white potatoes. But, many other vegetables, such as sweet potatoes, become almost mucus-free (starchless) after proper cooking.

The change Diet

It is very important that people learn how to change from the most unhealthy mucus-forming foods to the ones that leave behind the least amount of waste. To learn more about this transitional course of action, check out Arnold Ehrets Mucusless Diet Healing System: Annotated, Revised, and Edited by Prof. Spira.

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