I emphasize YOU (should make the decision) because everyone is different. There is NO one diet that benefits us all. Everyone’s makeup is different and your diet should be tailored to your body’s need, your lifestyle, etc.
The ideal/perfect diet that will benefit everyone doesn’t exist!
Because you might notice that even certain real foods cause digestive (or even other) problems for you. It’s important to listen to the feedback of your body so that you can avoid those foods until you have a better understanding of why they are causing such issues.
Yet, still I have faith in REAL FOOD and I know that eating REAL FOOD that is grown in it’s natural environment without toxic pesticides, without being genetically modified, but as God intended is best.
I know one thing is for sure. There are so many foods within the entire REAL FOOD spectrum that anyone can find enough food to eat and enjoy to his or her full satisfaction.
The intent of this website is to help you define what REAL FOOD is – for you. Because everyone’s body is unique and we are all at different points along our health journey.
Only YOU can truly decide which REAL FOODS are ideal for your body at any point in time. Eventually you will figure out what does and what does not work for you. The important goal is to focus on eating REAL FOOD .
Real Food (Definition):
REAL FOOD is prepared with fresh, non-refined, preservative-free and chemical-free, whole food ingredients — and it’s best when prepared by you.
Here are some examples of real foods:
- Fresh Fruits*
- Fresh Vegetables*
- Whole Grains (wheat, barley, oats, quinoa, rice: brown/red/black/wild)
- Nuts and Seeds (Dry roasted without added oils or salt, or better yet, raw nuts and seeds)
- Beans and Legumes (Soaked and cooked at home, or canned with no added ingredients)
- Meats/Poultry/Eggs** (Preferably, grass-fed, pasture-raised, and roaming)
- Fish and seafood** (Preferably wild caught and not farm raised.)
*If Frozen, chose those with only fruits/vegetables and nothing additional.
** Healthy (ideal) options for meats, poultry, fish and seafood will be your most expensive choice of real foods. Real fruits, vegetables, whole grains, nuts/seed are more affordable options.
Here is a guidebook to download so you can get started with choosing REAL FOOD. Get started today to have the energy and health you desire. Even if you start by making small incremental steps, it will be well worth it. (And, please don’t forget to let us know of your progress so that we can share it with the community.)
“He makes grass grow for the cattle, and plants for man to cultivate – bringing forth food from the earth.”Psalm 104:14