There is no such thing as one diet fits all. We each have a unique biochemistry that determines the best food choices for our individual metabolisms. The general rule is to eat whole unprocessed food the way Nature intended. Use good quality fats such as real butter, coconut oil and first cold-pressed extra-virgin olive oil. Choose from grass-fed meats, free range poultry and eggs, organic vegetables and fruits, nuts and seeds and limited whole grains.
- Bean Dishes
- Breakfast Foods
- Dinner Recipes
- Gluten Free
- Lunch Recipes
- Protein Entrees
- Vegetable Dishes
- Whole Grains
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