Healthy lifestyle choices will influence your health and give you a better quality of life!
Healthy, daily lifestyle choices and a health promoting diet are more powerful to prevent and treat diseases than drugs. Food truly is your medicine!
Food can cure disease and food can cause disease, either good or bad results, are based on your choices. You can prevent and reverse diseases of all kinds including Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, type 2 diabetes, arthritis, MS, heart disease, Parkinson’s disease, migraine headaches, allergies, and even cancer by adopting the right choices.
Your health is your responsibility! No one else’s, not your doctor or any professional, not the drug companies for sure. Drugs do not ensure health. You can’t live in the fast food lane and then take both prescription and OTC drugs to treat your diseases and expect to be healthy. You can absolutely regain your health regardless of your gender, age, or whatever health challenges you face when you embrace healthy choices!
You completely rebuild your entire body; heart, liver, and brain (including new brain cells) 4 times in your lifetime. Your body is renewing your cells all the time, but you must include a healthy diet to provide the tools plus healthy habits for rebuilding the cells of your body!
For a healthy diet, choose the Ketogenic diet.
Diet and Lifestyle choices WILL prevent and stop the majority of all diseases and restore health!
There is no reason for American’s to be the unhealthiest people of all the developed countries in the world.
The Diet Plan
Animal protein: Beef, bison, elk, venison, rabbit, pork, bacon (no nitrates or nitrites), seafood, eggs, chicken, duck, turkey (and skin).
Fats: Cream, lard, butter, coconut oil and olive oil. Try to consume organic foods when possible or at least grass fed animal protein as well as butter, and cream from grass fed animals.
Non-Starchy carbohydrates: Unlimited vegetables.
It can be difficult to cut your carbohydrate intake to improve your diet, but it’s worth it. Controlling carbs will have the most powerful and meaningful impact on healing and restoring your health, as well as losing the weight you always wanted to lose (especially your belly fat).
Use these tips to help you stay low-carb:
Special Note on Dairy Products
I recommend drinking only fresh, raw milk, from organically managed cow or goat.
Any raw dairy products are superior to the pasteurized, hormone-laced ones you can get at the grocery store. Drinking up to a quart of raw milk daily will supply a superior form of raw protein, many good fats, and many nutrients and enzymes that are often destroyed in the heating process. Otherwise, avoid milk products.
I also recommend soft-cooked eggs. Eggs are superior proteins, packed with nutrients.
Don’t believe all the bad press eggs received. They are wonderful for your health.
To get you started, here’s a sample menu for a day.
Eggs, (free range) organic whole eggs make the best choice.
Poultry: Chicken and turkey.
Fatty fish: Wild-caught salmon, sardines, herring and mackerel.
Meat: Grass-fed beef, venison, pork, organ meats, bison and lamb.
Full-fat dairy: Yogurt, butter and cream.
Full- fat cheese: Goat cheese, cream cheese or feta cheese.
Nuts and seeds: Macadamia nuts, almonds, walnuts, pumpkin seeds, and flaxseeds. (no peanuts)
Nut butter: Natural nut butters. (no peanut butter)
Healthy fats: Olive oil, avocado oil, coconut oil as well as MCT oil, butter, cream and lard.
Avocados: Whole avocados can be added to almost any meal or snack.
Non-starchy vegetables: All non-starchy vegetables that grow above the ground, greens, broccoli, cauliflower, tomatoes, mushrooms and red peppers.
No starchy root vegetables, (beets, potatoes, carrots etc)
Condiments: Salt, pepper, vinegar, lemon juice, fresh herbs and spices.
Wine: Particularly red wine, 1-2 glasses per day.
Bread and baked goods: White bread, whole-wheat bread, crackers, cookies, doughnuts and rolls.
Sweets and sugary foods: Sugar, ice cream, candy, maple syrup, agave syrup and coconut sugar.
Sweetened beverages: Soda, juice, sweetened teas and sports drinks.
Pasta: Spaghetti and noodles.
Grains and grain products: Wheat, rice, oats, breakfast cereals and tortillas.
Starchy vegetables: Potatoes, sweet potatoes, butternut squash, corn, peas and pumpkin.
Beans and legumes: Black beans, chickpeas, lentils and kidney beans.
Fruit: Only occasionally but berries with cream makes a nice dessert.
High-carb sauces: Barbecue sauce, sugary salad dressings and dipping sauces.
Certain alcoholic beverages: Beer and sugary mixed drinks.
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