Barry J Gray My Cancer Journey Thus Far – Day and Eating Schedule

Following on from my discoveries on my cancer journey, this is what I eat on my vegan diet.


Upon rising

Drink 500mls room temperature filtered water, then gentle walk for 15-20 minutes, followed by 30 minutes of light back stretches – pilates, then weighted arm exercises, finishing off with more stretches. Check out

6:00-6:30am Drink 1tbsp of apple cider vinegar in ½ glass of filtered water, followed by juice of ½ lemon in cup of boiling filtered water. Then Probiotics, Ribraxx, Vitamin C , Neways:- revenol, orachel, ming gold and feroxin minerals, other supplements in or with glasses of filtered water and 100mls of Bush Tea.NB:  I base all meals around seasonal organic produce, nuts, seeds, grains, legumes,fruits and vegetables.
6:30-7:00am Prepare morning tea, lunch and get ready for work.



Green smoothie:- I have this 1-2 times a week.  Put washed and cut up,1cm raw ginger, 1cm raw turmeric, 1 raw garlic clove, 2 celery sticks,2 kale leaves, cup of sprouts, ( alfalfa and broccoli, mung bean, lentil and snow pea ), apple or any other fruit in season, palm full of frozen  berries, palm full of raw goji berries , together with 300 – 400mls of either filtered water or rice, oat or almond milk in blender and blend.  Pour in to 1lt tumbler and stir in 3 tbsp of protein powder, 1tbsp of psyllium husk, 2tbsp of flax, chia, hemp and sesame seeds and drink.  (Helpful hint:- chew couple of mint or parsley leaves after smoothie or green juice to negate garlic breath. )


Green juice:  I have this every day, either for breakfast or morning tea.  350-400mls of green juice  with equal part filtered water and stir in palm full of raw goji berries, 3tbsp of protein powder, 1tbsp of psyllium husk, 2tbsp of flax, chia , hemp and sesame seeds and drink.

I use a Greenpower- Hippocrates  twin gear juicer as it contains magnetic and bio-ceramic technologies which work together to generate an overflow of positive ions, increasing the life and vitality of the juice for 3 days. I make 3 lots of 700-800mls every 4th day and store in stainless steel  flasks, and keep in fridge until used.

I juice from cut up:- 2cm raw ginger, 2 garlic cloves, 2cm raw turmeric, 2 green apples, 2 pomegranates, 2 cucumbers, 2 zucchinis, 2 carrots ( sometimes purple ones), 1 beetroot including tops, and pasta size bowls of, celery including tops,  rocket, parsley, bok choy, silverbeet, broccoli or broccolini, cabbage ( green or purple), kale (green or purple) and ½ bowl  of soaked dulse seaweed.


Home made  muesli:- I have this 1-2 times a week. ½ cup soaked overnight raw oats and quinoa flakes , topped with palm full of frozen berries, palm full of raw goji berries, palm full of crushed nuts, sliced banana or any other fruit in season, grated lemon rind, 3 tbsp of protein powder, 1tbsp of psyllium husk, 2tbsp of flax, chia, hemp and sesame seeds, then pour in rice , oat or  almond milk and eat.

9:00am 2nd 500mls of filtered water.

Morning Tea


If had green smoothie or green juice for breakfast:- 2 pieces of light rye or spelt wholemeal or wholemeal sourdough bread, toasted, buttered  (Nutritionists likes me to have 2tps of butter daily ) with unhulled tahini  spread on, or sliced tomato, and  with cup of green or herbal tea or level tsp of raw cacao powder.
( I have raw cacao powder as a healthier replacement for coffee.)


If had muesli for breakfast:- Then green juice as above.


Weekend  Brunch

Either at home or at cafes; Grilled field mushrooms, tomatoes, spinach and bean mix, on rye or spelt wholemeal or wholemeal sourdough bread, toasted, with green tea.

11:30am 3rd 500mls of filtered water.
12:30pm Ribraxx and Vitamin C in glasses of filtered water.



Small plate of cut up raw seasonal vegies, assortment from, lettuce mix, spinach, rocket, cucumber, zucchini, celery, spinach, beans, asparagus, broccoli or broccolini, tomato, snow peas, cauliflower, sprouts, avocado, corn from cob, capsicum, mushrooms, carrot, beetroot, cabbage, bok choy, dulse seaweed, radish, 6 raw olives, sprinkling of pine nuts, pumpkin seeds,  sesame seeds, sunflower seeds, chopped ½  raw garlic clove and 1cm raw ginger, lemon juice, rind, and black pepper.


Left-overs from night before. ( see dinner following.)


2 pieces of toasted bread, ( bread as listed in morning tea option ), with butter or avocado, and filled with, lettuce mix, spinach, sliced cucumber, tomato and pepper. Only have this after having green juice for morning tea.

2:30pm 4th 500mls of filtered water.
3:30pm 350-400mls of green juice with equal part filtered water.
4:30-5:00pm Usually driving home, piece of fruit from either banana, apple, grapes, orange or mandarin , with hand full of raw nut and seed mix of cashew, brazil, almond, walnut, hazel, macadamia, pine, sunflower, sesame and  pumpkin seeds, and listen to relaxing music.NB: When home early or on weekends, go for 1hr walk down to and along beach. Try to do this at least 3 times a week.
6:30pm Ribraxx , Vitamin C, Neways:- cascading revenol, orachel, vmm, and feroxin minerals, zinc tablet, in or with glasses of filtered water, and 100mls of Bush Tea.
7:00-7:30pm Wine ( 1-2 times a week), ½  glass of organic red or white, check out



  • Mainly raw vegies dishes, lots of recipes in vegan raw food books and online.
  • Chick pea falafels with salad or steamed vegies.
  • Vegie dips with cut up vegies, breads or corn chips.
  • Brown rice, quinoa, rice or spelt noodles or spaghetti with tomato salsa.
  • Raw zucchini spaghetti with tomato salsa.
  • Brown rice vegie salad.
  • BBQ vegies:  cut in chunky pieces, red onion, capsicum, corn on cob, zucchini, squash, eggplant, mushrooms, tomato, basil and topped with balsamic vinegar.


  • Brown rice, quinoa, rice or spelt noodles or spaghetti with stir fried, spiced or curried vegies.
  • Spiced or curried vegies soups and stews with lentils, chickpeas and beans. (winter vegie dishes includes assortment from vegies listed above and also pumpkin, turnips, swedes, brussel sprouts, parsnip, silverbeet and sweet potato).
  • Roasted vegies with salad.
  • Vegie dips with cut up vegies, breads or corn chips.
  • Vegie, lentil and chickpea dhal with rice or as dip with pappadums.
  • Mushroom and spinach risotto.
  • Vegan Nut loaf and roasted vegies


2-3 times a week

Dairy free ‘ice cream’ made in thermomix or blender, from frozen bananas and berries, with raw cacao, macadamia nuts and agave nectar.


2 pieces of raw 85% cacao dark chocolate.


Vegan raw cakes (see .

Later Cup of ‘Relaxing Tea’

When eating out at cafes or restaurants, I always look or ask for vegan options. I have found most good chefs can make vegan dishes when asked.

Also by staying to this schedule and drinking 500mls of water , 1 hour either side of eating, you will never feel hungry or crave for more food.

I do not have a problem not having meat, poultry, fish, dairy or eggs and enjoy eating the way I am eating.
I feel terrific and am at my ideal weight.

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9 thoughts on “Barry J Gray My Cancer Journey Thus Far – Day and Eating Schedule

  1. Barry,

    Inspiring and I am going to modify my food intake, drink more and get around to pilates…and see you in Sydney!!


  2. With the right motivation, one can achieve great things. Barry you are incredibly disciplined and a role model for the best of us. Thank you for sharing and helping us gain insight into just how much work goes into healing yourself.

    • Thank you Kristy. Our health is our wealth and we do not look at it as hard work, but merely seeking out the knowledge and putting it to action.

    • I’m making this right now! I had to log back on and check on the drisesng ingredients. The veggies in the oven smell SOO good! I just ran out back and grabbed a bunch of arugula too. YUM. I just discovered your blog today and there are so many things I want to make already!

  3. This would take such dedication and we are so proud of you both for changing your lifestyle and we can see the amazing results definitely paying off. Think I might have to book a weekend at your ‘retreat’ ;))

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  5. Hi Barry & Mary, so heart warming to be able to share in your journey to wellness and good health. Stay well and happy Barry, great to know I can keep up to date on your health tips here now im no longer at the shop. All the best to you and Mary. Kate

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