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More than half your plate should be colorful veggies. Vegetables add fiber and phytonutrients to your diet that you cannot find elsewhere.
The fresher the Better. Eat Organically & Locally Grown Vegetables and Fruits whenever possible.
Go easy on fruits. Eat mostly low-sugar fruits and nonstarchy veggies that do not spike blood sugar.
Grass-Fed meat has much better types of fat than grain-fed, Grass-fed contains up to five times the omega-3 fats as conventionally raised meat and much lower inflammatory omega-6 fats.
The best fish to eat are small wild salmon & smaller, toxin-free kinds such as sardines, herring, anchovies, and mackerel These fish are brimming with omega-3s.
Whenever possible, you should eat pasture-raised chicken and eggs from pastured hens that were fed an organic non-grain diet.
Stay away from Margarine, Crisco vegetable shortening, fake-butter spreads-these are the hydrogenated trans fats. In the end, the kind of fats you eat is more important than how much you eat.
You should get most of your fats from meats, fish, poultry, eggs, grass-fed dairy, avocados, nuts, extra virgin olive oil, virgin coconut oil, and grass-fed butter.
Consuming lots of natural, whole-food based, healthy fats, including saturated fats, is absolutely critical for good health.
Eat beans and grains Once in awhile. These foods can cause digestive problems for some.
Stay away from added sugars. Eat very small amounts of stevia, monk fruit, maple syrup, honey, & molasses. These should not be eaten daily.
Avoid or limit dairy. You can enjoy the occasional yogurt, grass-fed butter, ghee, and even cheese if it doesn't cause any problems.
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