Dietary considerations play a vital role in Keith Raniere’s teachings, especially for the women of DOS [Dominant Over Submissive] the secretive women’s group.
The presence of excess fat can disturb transmission of Mr. Raniere’s energies to women. He encourages women to be vegetarian and offers instructions on overcoming bodily urges and “emotional viscera” toward food.
DOS women are aided by one of three diets, distinguished by daily caloric intakes: 500, [advanced] 800 [standard] 900 [women with defiance issues].
Allison Mack, the leader of DOS, helps oversee dietary compliance of other women in the secret women’s group.
The 500 calorie diet consists of plain low fat yogurt and a small quantity of fruit in the morning. Lunch and dinner consist of foods such as plain squash, kale, cucumber, zucchini, fermented cabbage and radish [Kimchi], and shirataki noodles [10 calories per 4-ounce serving.] Beverages consist of lemon water with stevia, probiotics and Zevias, a calorie free sparkling water. Sugar free gum is also on the menu and can be taken after every meal for dessert.
The 500 calories diet prescribed for women of DOS for advanced spiritual growth is less than half the calories prisoners at Auschwitz Concentration camp received daily.
Auschwitz prisoners daily diet was : Breakfast: Half a liter of boiled water with grain-based coffee substitute, or herbal tea. These beverages were unsweetened. Near zero calories.
Lunch: A liter of watery soup, with bits of potatoes, rutabaga, groats, rye flour, Avo food extract and sometimes meat bits: 350 –400 calories.
Dinner: A third of a loaf of black bread [300 grams], served with a small piece [25 grams] of sausage, or margarine, or a tablespoon of marmalade or cheese. 900 – 1000 calories.
At Auschwitz, insufficient nutrition and hard labor contributed to the destruction of the human organism, which gradually used up its stores of fat, muscle mass, and the tissues of the internal organs. This led to emaciation and starvation sickness, the cause of a significant number of deaths in the camp.
While some scientists say the human body needs 1200–1500 calories a day for brain function, heart function, digestion, and other activities if one is immobile and more calories depending on exertion, Mr. Raniere says scientists are wrong.
If a woman is free of “disintegrations” and emotional viscera, she will not need to eat much.
Women on 500 calorie per day diets often stop menstruating. At first exhaustion, feeling cold, hair falling out, blood sugar drop, heart palpitations, fainting spells, sudden blood pressure drops, uneven weight distribution, are often noticed.
Mr. Raniere explains this is a temporary phase and prescribes long distance running to help a women get into better shape while on the low calorie diet.
Gallstones, fatigue, bone and muscle loss, electrolyte imbalances and possibly death are avoided by the supertvision of these professionals and also by the on call avaialability of Dr. Roberts D.O. who, as a DOS slave is available 24 hours.