1. The vegetable soup and brown rice tea sound fine, but I would limit them to once or twice a week. The idea of the raw food diet is to avoid all the things used in preparation of food and to break down (with the blender) all the phytochemicals in the raw food so that the cells can absorb the natural nutrients. Cooking destroys much of the nutrients. The goal is for each cell to be able to regenerate, about a six-month process.
2.The daily intake of 56 to 96 ounces applies to all those who are actively fighting the disease. Later, as in Ed’s case now, when the six to nine months are over and X has a clean PET scan, he can go on a Maintenance Diet and drink just 32 or so ounces a day like Ed does.
3. For lunch, Dr. Wu’s diet for a lung cancer patient is a big plate of raw salad–Vegetables: finely sliced tomato, carrot, red beet, celery, asparagus, red radish; finely cut cauliflower or, alternatively, broccoli, watercress, white onion; and 1/2 cup of sprouted lentil beans, pea beans, or garbanzo beans. The salad dressing is finely chopped cilantro, parsley, ginger, peppermint leaf, basil leaf, garlic; with ground turmeric, black pepper, rosemary, flaxseed, sesame seed; olive oil, coconut oil, or flaxeed oil, lime juice and lemon juice. Fruits; some gojiberries, blueberries, or kiwis added to the salad. Fish soup or steamed fish is okay, but only once a week. Chew each mouthful slowly 40 times, Dr. Wu says.
4. No eggs. But salmon once a week is okay. Should be wild salmon.
5. For dinner, a smaller plate of the same salad, then some rice as follows: mix sprouted beans with brown rice, millet, quinoa, or buckwheat, add cilantro, parsley, ginger, garlic, ground black pepper, ground turmeric, and bioactive water to cook together. Always finish eating before 7 p.m.
6. Munch raw almonds, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, walnuts or Macadamia nuts during the day.
Take a 30-45 minute nap daily and go to sleep before 10 p.m. Take a brisk walk under a strong sun for 30 minutes each day while breathing deeply.
I think I covered all your questions. This sounds like a lot of work, but make a quantity of salad dressing ahead of time and cook a pot of rice at one time and then reheat.