Nutrition – Food – Diets

Shifting perspective on food is one of the hardest things to do. My changes came over the course of 10 years – starting with removing wheat and gluten and trying various eliminations. It wasn’t until I recently began to really understand how the body uses different foods that I finally started doing a better job of using food to heal my body.

That’s not to say dietary changes alone will get you well. That may be the case for some, but most of us need additional approaches (such as proper detox protocols) too.

Here are some dietary changes that are critically important if you want to start feeling better:


  • ALL sugars
  • Processed foods
  • Gluten & wheat
  • MSG


  • Grass fed meats & dairy products
  • Healthy fats & carbs (carbs like potatoes turn to sugar)
  • Lots of veggies
  • Certified mold free coffee
  • Grains that are whole or sprouted
  • Nuts that have been soaked and roasted

Diet Options that may be helpful if you need to follow meal plans:

  • GAPS – Gut And Psychology Symdrome (if you have psychological challenges, this is a great diet program)
  • Whole30
  • Keto (limited protein plan too – not just reduced carbs)
  • Mediterranean

Topics (more coming on these soon)

  • Cellular inflammarion
  • Ketosis
  • Meats & dairy products
  • Fats – they’re not all bad
  • Salts and minerals
  • Water

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