Dos and Do Nots

  • Eat as many veggies as possible (there should be no limit, though this obviously excludes french fries)
  • Eat organic
  • Eat grass-fed
  • Consume raw dairy (milk, cream, cheese)! That is, if you do not have any bad reactions to it, which I do not.
  • Aim to eat at least 50% raw
  • Snack on veggies and veggie dips
  • EAT FAT! I'm so tired of hearing about how low-fat is good for you. It's processed crap. Your body needs fat, your brain and hormone function relies on fat. Go eat some guacamole and grass-fed butter.
  • Eat consistently
  • Do be happy and thankful for the food you are eating. Take pride in the fact that you're nourishing your body, and you're getting healthier.
  • Stop eating grains!
  • Eat REAL food
  • In place of sugar try natural sweeteners like stevia, raw honey or dates
  • Shop at farmer's markets, and eat locally
  • Take pride in your cooking, and yourself
  • Don't eat processed/refined foods
  • Stop eating prepared foods out of boxes, make your own! It's fun!
  • Don't eat low-fat; it's processed and that crap is gross anyway
  • Do not eat grains, yes even whole grains
  • Fast food
  • No vegetable oils
  • Sugar, especially refined sugar
  • Avoid artificial sweeteners
  • Don't eat meat from giant corporate farms. The animals aren't taken care of properly and aren't fed properly. When animals are fed GMO soy/corn (which most are) it jeopardizes their health, and therefore yours as well. It also promotes E. Coli in the animals.
  • Do not eat farmed seafood. Farmed seafood is also fed GMO soy/corn, and it makes it toxic.
  • Do not eat Genetically Modified in general
  • Do not eat soy. Soy is pushed as a health food, but I assure you it is not. Most is genetically modified. You can read about the dangers of soy here: