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MAINTAIN YOUR WELLBEING A COMPLETE NUTRITION GUIDE

MAINTAIN YOUR WELLBEING A COMPLETE NUTRITION GUIDE

Interesting Discovery on the Exact healthy guide to what you should eat, when you should eat and the science behind it. Also it is interesting to know exactly how to prevent toxins from entering your body.

 

There are specific diet rules we need to follow to maintain are health well-being and body state. Including limiting your fruit consumption to 1-3 servings per day. Why you may ask well eating foods in moderation is a key to maintaining a healthy diet.

 

Here is a great read to follow regularly in your daily nutritional intake.

 

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Think Of Your Body As A Sports Car?

 

Diesel is a thick, heavy fuel that evaporates much slower than real gasoline. If you put diesel in a sports car’s gas tank, there will be no vapors and nothing to spark, which means your car won’t move.

Now think of your body as the sports car and processed foods like potato chips, fast food, and refined sugars as diesel – they make you feel heavy, slow, and they gum up all your organs. After eating these foods, you’ve lost the spark that helps you be active and think clearly.

If you put regular gasoline into your tank, the car will move, but it’s not going to be quite as efficient. This is what it’s like to eat foods of a lesser quality like inorganic or foods that you’re allergic or intolerant to. You’re still going to move with some efficiency because you at least have the right kind of fuel, but you’re not going to be at your optimum.

Both, inorganic and those food items you’re intolerant or allergic to, interfere with your physiology, slowing you down, causing brain fog, and brings digestive issues along with random aches and pains.

Our bodies are super cars, designed for super fuel. Whole foods like vegetables, fruits, meats, nuts, seeds, and whole grains are the body’s high-octane fuel (organic, grass-fed, and pasture-raised whenever possible).

Just like premium gasoline, these foods are high octane, giving your brain and body an extra boost so you can be efficient and on top of life. View your body like a sports car and treat it like that. Give it the fuel it actually needs to keep it running efficiently.

Things Not To Eat?

● Potential allergens
● Wheat
● Gluten
● Dairy
● Soy
● Corn
● Any processed form of sugar
● Cane
● Beet (GMO and not organic)
● Any form of corn syrup (especially high fructose)
● Agave nectar (very highly processed, high in fructose, and almost as hard for your body to process as corn syrup)
● All processed foods: if it comes in a bag or a box, check for hidden sources of allergens and follow these two guidelines:
● If you can’t pronounce it or don’t know its function, leave it on the shelf
● If it has more than 5 ingredients, it should not go into your cart.

What To Eat

What To Eat

● Whole foods
● Meat
● Vegetables
● Fruits
● Nuts & Seeds

All meat should be grass-fed, organic, and pasture-raised, when possible. All nuts/seeds should be organic and refrigerated to prevent the oils from going rancid. Always choose organic fruits and vegetables when given the option. Have a tight budget? Check out the12 fruits and vegetables you absolutely should get organic and the 15 conventional ones you can buy.

Complex Carbohydrates

Sweet Potato

A low glycemic index food that will provide vitamin A (in the form of beta-carotene) and a lot of fiber, helping to keep the blood sugar stable.

Organic Wild Rice

A carbohydrate that has much more fiber than regular versions of rice. It also contains many more B vitamins and phytonutrients.

Proteins

Eggs

The most complete protein you can get. Don’t skip the yolk! The yolk contains half the total protein, choline, vitamin A, vitamin D, and a whole host of B vitamins. While eggs do contain cholesterol, it’s not bad for you. Eggs are best cooked in a way that protects the yolk, and thus the cholesterol is not exposed to oxygen, keeping the cholesterol safe from oxidation: hard/soft boiled > poached > fried > scrambled

Lean Meats

Chicken, turkey, white pork, and fish. Limit fish consumption to once or twice per week because they are often laden with toxins. Salmon should never be Atlantic or farmed; only consume wild, Pacific versions. Tilapia is actually okay as a farmed fish. Large fish like sushi-grade tuna should be avoided due to its high mercury content. Remember: the larger the fish, the higher the mercury content.

Red Meat

Beef, bison, buffalo, venison

Sample Healthy Menu

Dinner  (Oven-Roasted Chicken and Vegetables)

Ingredients

● Chicken breasts, thighs, or drumsticks: bone-in and skin on (organic, free-range, pasture-raised)
● Sea salt
● Black pepper
● Garlic powder
● Baby broccoli, organic
● Mushrooms, thinly sliced
● Cloves of garlic, thinly sliced
● Yellow onion, sliced
● Cherry or grape tomatoes, halved
● Melted coconut oil, organic

Instructions

1. Preheat the oven to 450 degrees Fahrenheit
2. Rinse the chicken off and pat dry
3. Place the chicken in a dish capable of handling 450 degrees
4. Add ¼ inch water to the dish
5. Generously salt the chicken then add the black pepper and garlic powder
6. Place the chicken in the oven for approximately 40 minutes, or until juices run clear
7. Place the prepared vegetables onto a baking tray
8. Cover and mix the vegetables with the coconut oil, sea salt, and black pepper
9. Place the vegetables in the oven with the chicken for approximately 15 minutes (or until fork-tender)

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