Your food should be organic, non GMO (genetically modified)
and as local and seasonal as possible for optimal nutrient
It is recommended to eat: 8 to 10 servings of vegetables.
Eat a variety of colours, red peppers, green kale, white
cauliflower, orange carrots and squash. Use a variety of
cooking methods from steaming, sautéing, baking, and some
raw. Vegetable juice is especially useful if digestion is
poor as it is high in enzymes and absorbable nutrients. Some
suggestions would be to use a combination of carrot, celery,
beet, ginger and cabbage.
1 to 3 servings of Fruit, but only if local and seasonal.
Fruit must be picked ripe to have any significant
nutritional value. Freezing or canning local fruit in the
summer is a way to provide great fruit in the winter.
Whole Grains: Brown rice (all kinds), millet, quinoa,
buckwheat, oatmeal, rye, amaranth, kamut, spelt Legumes:
chick peas, lentils, black beans, aduki, lima, split peas,
navy, kidney beans, soybeans and tofu.
These provide great fibre for assisting in the elimination
of wastes and toxins from the body, as well as plentiful
nutrients and protein. Eat some of each of them on a daily
basis. Great in soups, as side dishes, dips, salads.
Protein: When eating any animal protein choose only that
which is hormone and antibiotic free and as organically
raised as possible. Fish should be wild when possible.
Larger fish such as tuna should be eaten less frequently due
to their higher mercury content. Smaller fish such as
anchovies and sardines provide high quality omega 3
essential fatty acids as well as being good protein sources.
Complete vegetable protein is derived from combining legumes
and whole grains together as well as the addition of nuts
and seeds. Almonds, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds, pumpkin
seeds, pecans and walnuts are good sources of oil and
protein. Of course eggs are also a good protein source.
Extra virgin olive oil, coconut oil, sesame oil and
sunflower oil are great oils to use in cooking and salads.
Herbs and spices add flavour and medicinal value: use
garlic, onions, leeks, shallots often. Curries, cilantro,
basil, oregano, turmeric etc.
Water in sufficient amounts is required to keep the body
detoxifying well. Usually it is recommended to drink half
your body weight in ounces. It should be purified, a Brita
filter, reverse osmosis filter etc. Avoid buying water in
plastic bottles or using plastic bottles to drink from.
There are harmful chemicals that leach out of the plastic
into our water.
AVOID all foods that contain sugar, high fructose corn syrup
or artificial sweeteners. Better choices would be honey,
maple syrup or stevia. A basic rule of thumb, if there are
more than 5 ingredients listed on a product it’s best to
Most people do better if they minimize their consumption of
cow’s milk dairy products and wheat products.
If you do use them choose organic ones, or as an alternative
try goat or sheep milk products. Many alternative choices to
wheat are available: brown rice pasta, rye or spelt breads
and crackers, brown rice cakes and crackers, granolas and
mueslis. Corn and corn products are also not tolerated well
by many individuals. If you do eat it, make sure it is
organic as there is a lot of modified, gmo corn on the
REALLY, THE WAY TO GO IS TO DO YOUR OWN COOKING FROM SCRATCH
SO THAT YOU KNOW ALL OF THE INGREDIENTS IN YOUR FOOD. Get to
know local farmers, go to farmers’ markets, many are growing
organically now. Read labels, ask questions, know what
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