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Complete Guide to Eating:

Using food to lose weight, look great, and support health

"I've never felt this good in my life! You don't understand how impossible it's been for me to lose weight. But look at me now!" - Ace C. Mitchell

(If you want the PDF version of this guide to save or print out click here.)

To my friend Ace, losing weight meant a lot more than just a number on a scale.

  • • It meant he could inspire his mother to begin losing weight.

  • • It meant he could maneuver more easily without getting winded.

  • • But most of all it meant he could be proud to look in the mirror. 

If you can relate to Ace then this guide is for YOU.

Prior to starting the Low Carb, High Fat diet he tried just about every other diet you can think of. The trouble was that they didn't work for him and only left him feeling DEPRIVED.

And while LCHF improved his health over the years, he felt the weight loss was extremely SLOW and he didn't know why.

Why does this happen to so many of us?

Is there something genetically different about certain people that makes losing weight that much harder?

Is the answer to simply TRY harder?!

Does that mean we need to grab a gym membership and exercise more if we have all of a sudden stopped seeing pounds or inches come off?

It's hard for me to say this since I was constantly in the gym when I used to wrestle, but YOU DO NOT NEED THE GYM TO LOSE WEIGHT.

In fact, I want to plunge my head into a wall every time I see someone running for hours on a treadmill.

We're NOT large hamsters!

When I got my old college roommate, Ace, to lose 46 pounds in 4 months he didn't visit the gym or pick up a habit of running.

He instead continued his daily life, as usual, teaching Middle School students.

(Ace teaching his 7th graders English)

Not once did he look or feel sick.

In fact, during those 4 months, he felt MORE ENERGY than ever before!

The point of this guide is to show you how he was able to do this, and how YOU CAN TOO!

Even if you have a busy schedule or stressful job like Ace.

  • • The last thing I want to do is waste your time.

  • • Make you more confused than before.

  • • Or just merely entertain you with someone else's success.

The reason WHY I decided to write this guide is so I can help YOU lose the weight you want.

Not for the sake of losing weight.

But because I know this means MUCH MORE to you than a number too.

I want you to be candid right now.

What would losing weight mean to you?

• Does it mean you get to be in control, rather than some debilitating disease like arthritis or diabetes calling the shots? Breaking the family history of disease?

• Keeping up with your kids, taking them places like the pool or beach without getting tired or embarrassed to take a picture with them. Not feeling ashamed when you pick them up from school.

• Being there for your grand-kids so they can remember you.

• Does it mean you get to wear whatever you want and not just what fits. Like that Little Black Dress?

• To look younger and have your husband look at you the way he used to. And let's be honest, to look HOT in a bikini at 50 while laying in the sun!!!

(You don't want to end up like this watching Netflix every night.)

So many of us are secretly self-conscious and end up spending more time at home than we need to.

Confidence in our appearance reflects our quality of relationships.

A successful diet is more than just food, it's about our quality of life.

Once you are clear on WHY this matters to you, nothing can stand in your way.

The more specific your goal is the better. If you could write it down and look at it every day, then that's even better. (here's a template you can print out to write your goal on. If you're serious you'll stop and do this now.)

Losing weight is the opportunity to finally give ourselves the attention we deserve, but might have neglected over the years. 

Sometimes life might seem like it's all about everyone else. Our families depend on us after all.

I'm sure that you're a very nice person that is always giving to others.

But you have to be able to take care of yourself if you want to take care of your family. Now's not the time to put yourself "second" when it comes to your health. It's not selfish to prioritize your health. Instead, it sets the example for your kids.

(Only one-third of parents think they are doing a good job helping their kids eat healthy foods)

How much longer can you realistically put this off for?

For some people, this guide might literally be here to save your life.

I know we are capable of accomplishing great things. You should believe this too if you don't already.

I believe each one of us is truly amazing, with infinite potential.

The beautiful part is that whatever happens to you affects everyone you know.

I want to see you achieve your dream weight and health because I know what it will mean for those around you as well.

There's nothing I want more than to hear from someone that I've helped tell me in their own words what their new life looks like upon reaching their ideal weight and what that means for them and their family. 

I grew up with very bad asthma and hay fever, so I know first hand.

I used to eat fast food and drink soda all the time until I got to high school.

Then when I started to play sports I began to eat healthy and studied how to get the MOST out of what I ate.

However, I was still sick with asthma and hay fever throughout college, even though I ate "healthy."

Finally, after college, I learned about "non-hybrid" food (we'll discuss this below in the guide) and since then I've never breathed as well as I do now. I also stopped getting sick and coughing like I used to in the winter, which was a MIRACLE for me. (I live in New Jersey).

(placeholder above: put funny picture of myself here)

In today's world, we can't afford wasting time sifting through a million sites, so I've done all that work for you.

This guide represents my greatest work.

This is the definitive guide to help you cross the finish line of the health journey you've begun.

You won't be able to find this information gathered all in one location anywhere else.

It has taken me YEARS of research and testing before I knew this was ready to share with you.

I know you will see an even greater change in your health and weight if you're willing to try the following at home.

Even if you've been following the LCHF diet perfectly for years without cheating and still haven't been able to lose that last bit of weight, this can help you like it has for my friend Ace.

In fact, I made this guide specifically for you. So many people are confused why the weight might have come off easily in the beginning, but now they are stuck (chapter 1).

(This is pretty much what it looks like after months go by at the same weight)

This guide will allow you to put on the finishing touches to your existing routine (chapter 3).

And if you've fallen off the wagon in the past, this can also help you (chapter 4).

This guide is NOT for you if you are perfectly happy with your LCHF diet. If you don't feel like things could get better, then there's no point in reading any further. I much rather say this now than to waste any of your time.

Also, if you're looking to just become "more informed" then you can go here instead.

But if you're looking to find something you can take action on and follow through with, then you have found the right place!

I want this guide to be the LAST guide you will need to read.

Why do something if you're not ready to give it your all? That's what I tell myself.

Are you ready to change?

Each chapter will build upon the last, so it's important to read this in order.

The links below will make it easy for you to come back at any time and pick up where you left off. 

1. What is the LCHF diet and how does it work?

          a. Which foods can you eat (and which are off limits)

          b. 4 types of people that can benefit from an LCHF diet (and 4 that can't)

          c. How to successfully use the LCHF diet for weight loss.

2. 3 Ways to see if your diet is working (even if the scale doesn't move)

3. Common mistakes when using the LCHF diet (and how to avoid them)

4. What to do if you fall off track with the LCHF diet

5. 3 Health issues that you can fix with the LCHF diet

          a. Diabetes and heart disease

          b. Cancer

          c. Arthritis

6. Frequently asked questions about the LCHF diet

          a. "How 'low-carb' should I go?"

          b. "Are there any downsides to missing out on 'good carbs'?"

          c. "How do I explain the diet to my friends, family, and doctor?"

          d. "How can I eat out at restaurants and still stick with my diet?"

Remember, this is not your typical "eat less, burn more" guide. If that simple mantra worked we wouldn't be looking for something more.

Even though I could easily charge for what I'm about to share with you, I know it can help a lot of people and so I just ask for your help with sharing this page.

Before you dive into this guide, I want to stress that human nature is to be comfortable. To only do what feels good and is easy, and to just deal with the consequences down the road.

I don't want you to fall into this trap. I want you to read this guide and take action right away.

The best way to get the most from this guide is to start out as small as possible. Small steps become HUGE wins. It's extremely important for us to value and celebrate each small win. But I also won't tell you less than what is required.

The key is to not get overwhelmed by changing too much, too soon. Food, after all, is rightfully a part of our identities. It's the glue that got our family to sit down together, spark conversation, and now gives us something to look forward to when we come home from a LONG tiresome day at work.

For that reason, I recommend trying one thing at a time and waiting to move on until it has become familiar. Then when you're ready, return back to this guide and try out the next tip. I'm going to walk you through the process.

Again, it's a big mistake to read this and not apply any of the tips, or just one of them.

To make this easier for you, I've prepared a checklist so you can keep track of your progress. This is what highly successful people do. They always find ways to avoid taking on too much all at once.

Weight loss and getting healthy is a journey, not a destination. Becoming overwhelmed is the biggest obstacle to reaching any goal, so that's not what we're going to do here.

(How awesome?)

I'm going to not only show you what works but also how to make sure each tip easily becomes a part of your new daily ritual without having to rely on discipline. Scott Adams put it best when he said:

"Losers have goals. Winners have systems."

In other words, information alone doesn't have the power to change behavior. Willpower always reaches its limit and runs out. But you can develop any habit you want as long as you consciously plan ahead of time the right way so you're not making any in-the-moment decisions. It's a concept called "automating your success" and I'll show you what I mean specifically in a bit.

We're going to be combining the best of psychology and nutrition in a way never seen before to call forth the best version of YOU.

Now just keep an open mind going forward because I WILL be sharing something very special and unique.

This is different from your normal LCHF diet. This will work much better and be very simple to understand.

Who it's good for: People with tremendous willpower who want to lose a dress size fast

What you can eat: - Protein (animals and nuts) - Fat (butter, cheese, yogurt) - A selection of low-carb, leafy greens

What you can't eat: - Carbohydrates (your grains, your glutens, your rices...) - Vegetables that are high in carbs - Simple sugars (soda, fruit, candy)

Chapter 1: What is the LCHF diet and how does it work?

          a. Which foods can you eat (and which are off limits)

          b. 4 types of people that can benefit from an LCHF diet (and 4 that can't)

          c. How to successfully use the LCHF diet for weight loss.

We need a proper definition of unhealthy Carbs and healthy Fats to know what to eat.

But first, allow me to pose a question.

Do animals in the wild have doctors? In other words, do they ever get sick?


The only time they get sick is when they're in captivity. When humans feed them.

This means WE should never get sick! I know because I went from getting sick every winter to not getting sick for the past 2 years. (so much for my sick days off)

We don't want to listen to advice from self-proclaimed gurus that still get sick themselves. That's what I've learned.

Also, if someone doesn't mention about hybrids and mucous (which we'll soon discuss) then don't waste your time.

Now, step one is to know what's making us sick and overweight.

Of course it's carbs, right?

But what exactly are carbs?

(Unfortunately, donuts are a prime example of carbs)

To keep things simple, the best definition of carbs is anything that is INDIGESTIBLE.

Anything that the body cannot break down.

This includes: starch, fiber, processed sugar, processed oil, dairy, and meat.

(Don't worry if you're a meat lover, we'll be covering "healthy" meats later on for certain folks that can digest it).

At best, carbs will get expelled right away when eaten in low amounts.

At worst, you become constipated and carbs get stored as fat, which eventually causes health problems.

Do not make the mistake of thinking there's anything nutritious or beneficial about carbs. I realize this statement contracts what some may say, but let's explore this.

If someone is sick, you wouldn't offer them a bowl of starchy rice right?

The less carbs the better, even though it is perfectly fine to "cheat" with them as long as you have earned them.

Yes, you can earn them.

(Carbs are like a dangerous tiger that may be tame in low amounts.)

Bear with me as we geek out for a moment.

Chemically speaking, carbohydrates are a combination of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen atoms.

Your blood's potential of hydrogen (pH) goes down the more you eat carbs. Making it one unhealthy chemical bond.

Below a 7.35 means your body will be in acidosis and disease may develop.

(Acid to the left and Alkaline to the right in the above scale)

The interesting thing is that each type of carb is also known as an acid:

starch (uric acid), fiber (phytic acid), processed sugar (aldonic acid), processed oil (trans fatty acids), dairy (lactic acid), and meat (carbonic acid)

Too much acid will literally "eat" through cell walls, which otherwise protects our vital organs from "dirty" mucous, which in time causes serious health problems

The mucous membrane becomes compromised.

These acids will even block the absorption of the only thing that can raise our blood's pH to be maintained within a healthy range.

And there's only one thing that can raise the blood's pH...


Minerals allow for a high pH, while carbs a low pH.

Notice how I didn't say vitamins, enzymes, or even protein.

It's because minerals are the elements on the periodic table. The simplest components which make up everything in our physical universe. The crucial building blocks of life.

There's iron, copper, zinc, calcium, magnesium, silica, potassium, etc.

Out of 118, there are a total of 90 naturally occurring minerals / elements that our bodies may use to be healthy.

(These 90 minerals are highlighted in green)

Each separated by its electrical charge, meaning the count of how many electrons per atom.

Because these minerals are electrical and our bodies are electrical there is a chemical affinity between us, meaning we can ONLY assimilate / absorb minerals.

The catch is that they have to be in a liquid state, pre-digested by plants from the soil for our bodies to absorb them. 

For example, iron in it's hard form is known as iron oxide... which cannot be absorbed. Iron fluorine however, is in its liquid form and can be absorbed.

Sorry, solid iron shavings placed in some water or drinking out of copper pots won't help you at all.

Eating natural food is the only way to get these minerals.

Once someone tries to make the process "proprietary" by isolating a single mineral or compound from a plant, then it no longer assimilates the same way in our bodies.

The most popular vitamin in the world, isolated ascorbic acid or should I say Vitamin C, was proven since it was first discovered to be less effective than the whole red pepper it was found in to cure scurvy. (ref.)

Yet it is still advertised nearly 90 years later as the best thing for us. It's disturbing to say the least.

And while we know to avoid packaged "fake box food" and scary "GMO" food, it's interesting that no one points a finger at man-made hybrid food. 

Just like GMO food, hybrid food is the product of taking two different plants that wouldn't have bred in nature and producing offspring to increase yield, despite sacrificing nutrition.

(The process of hybridization is known as plant grafting.)

GMO just means the process is controlled... scientists know exactly has many genes from one species will travel into another species.

With hybridization it's random and uncontrolled.

Not only that, but guess what?

Starch only exists in... you guessed it... hybrid food!

So now let's cut to the chase.

What are some truly natural / original / "ancient" foods that will feed our mind, bodies, and soul?

(click the image above to view a printable chart that you may use the next time you're shopping)

Action Step: Right now, without overthinking it, I want you to mark just one item from this list to try out this week before you continue reading. (Click here to purchase online if available.) 

Today's top 3 diets all say no to grains. (Atkins (LCHF / Keto), Alkaline, Paleo)

Who it's for: People who might be suffering from unidentified food allergies or intolerances. Basically, if you haven't been able to figure out why the food you eat makes you feel so terrible, even if you've seen a doctor

Good for inflammatory ailments

non-hybrid = low carb fruit veg and grains / seeds

At the same time, there are some people that are the exception and don't need to follow any of this. This guide is not created for them.

Instead of the quantity of food, it's the quality of food that matters.

You see, I HATE language at times because it gets confusing when there's multiple words in use that mean the same thing. This is not helpful.

In short, our bodies don't know what to do with carbs. 

Starch is not a mineral. Carbs are not minerals.

Turns out, thinking a little less about what we're not supposed to eat and making an effort to grocery shop instead works better to stay on track.

In chapter 4 we'll talk about some of the most nutritious (mineral-dense) foods that are on this list and how to prepare non-boring meals for the week.

For now, you might have noticed that there's some grains on this list.

That's right, it can be healthy to eat pasta, bread, etc. IF it is made from one of the above "ancient" grains.

A person with gluten sensitivity may find that they have no problem eating this.

It's a fact that most food allergies come from food that is hybrid. Said another way, hybrid food is incomplete.

Of course, I don't expect anyone to only eat from this list.

Again, the occasional cheat meal is perfectly acceptable provided you're not extremely ill.

You just have to define the word "occasional" for your situation, since you should know your body better than anyone else.

This is why it's equally as important to know how bad are the foods missing from this list.

Below is a "carb-chart ranking" that measures per 100 grams of food how many carbs each has from worst to better.

(Make no mistake, this is the "poor man's" food list)

Action Step: It takes at least a month to make something into a habit. So give it at least a month before phasing some of this food back in. See how you feel and write it down if it helps you remember. Start with one category and then work your way across the list.

This way of eating (w.o.e.) would benefit any person regardless of being a man, woman, young, old, pregnant, body builder, sick, healthy, etc.

It's because the focus is on eating the most mineral dense, unmodified foods.

There are however four main types of people that seek this lifestyle for its benefits.

          • Overweight

          • Diabetic with potential heart problems

          • Family history of cancer

          • Arthritic

All four of these people should do the same thing.

It's a two-step process.

Step #1 Clean the body

Step #2 Feed the body

It's really that simple.

There's only three ways to periodically cleanse the body.

1. Intermittent Fasting

2. Liquid Fasting

3. Cleansing Herbs

There are of course times when people wouldn't benefit from a cleanse however.

          • Under 16 (you need to grow your body)

          • Pregnant (you need to grow your baby)

          • Stressful environment (you want to be in control during this period)

          • Taking certain medicine (see chapter 3 for a list)

For everyone else, it's preferred to do something to regularly detox / cleanse your body to get rid of any toxin build-ups like preservatives, air pollution, internal stress, junk food, carbs, etc.

This is the "SHOCK" to your system that you need.

And it will work even if you've been stuck for years.

As mentioned above, you have ONE common enemy. Carbs (hybrids) which causes holes in our mucous membrane and produces stray mucous.

(This came out of me!)

Yes, this is gross. But since you've read this far I'm sharing what I had to keep spitting up.

This bad boy was stuck behind my throat. Somewhere between my nasal passage and throat, which limited my breathing.

Let me tell you how much of an improvement I had after spitting this up!

This is what you want to eliminate as well.

Based on how unhealthy your eating has been, it will determine how much mucous will come out of you and how hard this process will be for you.

For Ace, this process wasn't too bad because he mostly ate healthy.

This is what he had to say about it.

(click play above)


Is there anything more important than counting calories, and even macros (fats, proteins, carbs), when it comes to losing weight and getting rid of inflammation causing stray mucous?

(It's not necessary to become the counting robot)

YES... and that something is called insulin!

Most people don't understand how insulin plays a role in our body's ability to cause weight gain and illness.

Dr. Jason Fung does however. He's treated 1,000 patients.

Insulin is produced in our bodies when it is "under attack" and our blood's pH begins to drop.

Insulin is a hormone that regulates our metabolism. It essentially puts our body into shut-down mode when too much is produced, causing us to become fat and/or sick.

There are six scenarios when excess insulin would be produced (the missing four will be discussed in chapter 3).

          • Eating too frequently (important for Intermittent Fasting)

          • Avoiding Minerals (important for Liquid Fasting)

Intermittent Fasting

(While you may not need abs like Terry Crews pictured above, you might be interested to know that he follows intermittent fasting (IF).)

In truth, it's not just what you eat, but also when you eat.

Even healthy snacks throughout the day raises insulin, which leads to weight gain. 

Remember, fiber is a type of carb.

Consuming liquids throughout the day like water, tea, and even home-made squeezed juice won't hinder your weight loss at all (in chapter 4 we'll discuss some drink recipes).

On the other hand, it is best to consume solid food within a 6-8 hour "feeding window." This allows your body 16-18 hours to digest your food.

Ideally we will avoid eating after sunset or at least 4 hours before sleeping so our digestion doesn't disrupt our sleep.

Pro tip: Brush your teeth before bed so you're not digesting food stuck in your teeth overnight. Dental health is also linked to heart health because we absorb food through the bottom of our tongue directly into our bloodstream.

Most people choose to skip breakfast and instead prepare a drink to have.

This is fine, as long as you have planned your lunch so you don't force yourself to grab whatever happens to be available at the time.

It's ideal to have one or two meals a day because it allows for more time to digest. Here is an example timeline of when it's best to eat.

Action Step: Test for a week.

This doesn't mean you have to eat less food if you want to lose weight. 

Eating less frequently allows us to eat larger amounts of food each day without gaining weight when compared to eating 3 or even 6 meals a day.

That's the power of allowing our bodies time to digest.

Also, rushing through a meal and not chewing properly is horrible for our digestion. It's important to SLOW down when we eat and take the time to enjoy what we're eating.

Eating around friends and family is also encouraged versus eating in front of our computers as tempting as it may be. Usually company will put us in a better mood, which helps our digestion.

(Friendly Fionne vs. Lonely Lisa)

Pro tip: Sprinkle tepin pepper (the oldest available pepper) on all your food for an added boost to lose weight, lower insulin and improve your metabolism.

Liquid Fasting

There is a secret to fasting so that it feels like you're cheating.

You DO NOT want to fast the hard way.

The hard way would be a complete fast or water fast. These are great for the discipline you gain, but that's about all.

Remember I used to wrestle which means I used to cut A LOT of weight so I know how extreme it can get.

(This was me at 103 pounds in high school)

Again, you want to ONLY fast from carbs.

NOT minerals!

Starving ourselves of minerals drops our blood's pH, which causes our insulin to shoot up.

This gives us that dazed feeling from skipping meals and causes us to fall into the cruel spiral of gaining back the weight we lose. 

The "Eat Less, Move More" campaign promotes this idea.

(This popular strategy causes NUTRIENT DEFICIENT people that remain overweight)

This will never help us long term. 

That's why it's so important to continue getting our daily minerals.

During a fast, that just means you drink them.

Just like in intermittent fasting you can and should have all the water, tea, and juice you want.

You know if you shouldn't have too much fruit juice based on your metabolic type and how it makes you feel. This differs from person to person.

In contrast from minerals, our bodies waste a lot of energy processing fiber when it could be removing old fat.

Fiber whether soluble or insoluble is NOT digestible / broken down by the body.

It is then pointless!

It only serves to psychologically make us feel fuller temporarily when all we eat is mineral-depleted food. That's it.

The minerals from plants grown in healthy soil in the wild is the only thing that can feed us.

Liquid pre-digested minerals to be precise... the life blood of a plant.

Oh and don't fall for the hype that eating pure "fiber" will clean you out either. This "fiber" is usually made from a grain's husk / outer shell called psyllium, which is a hybrid.

Yes, it may help you go to the bathroom... but you're mostly eliminating what you just ate!

Our bodies are like large juicing machines. We extract the liquid minerals and get rid of everything else.

We need to remove the stuff that has been stuck in our bodies for years in some cases.

Our bodies can't do this if we're digesting breakfast.

If you ever received a colonoscopy then you already know what I'm talking about.

(unhealthy colon vs. clean colon)

If you want to get rid of this stuff you're going to need a plan.

(fasting schedule)

Aside from juices and teas, you can also use dehydrated and powered vegetables (herbs) in capsules or herbal teas.

Here's a list of the best herbs to feed you on the left and to clean out your body on the right.

(click the image above to view a printable chart that you may use the next time you're shopping)

Cleansing Herbs

One of the most powerful herbs to help you go to the bathroom is Quassia (bitter) Bark. This you want to take a capsule of to avoid the taste.

Dandelion on the other hand is great to make as a tea because of the taste. It will help you urinate.

You can take these herbs while you liquid fast or while you intermittent fast.

Chapter 2: 3 Ways to see if your diet is working (even if the scale doesn't move)

You're not allowed to step on the scale as a part of this diet for the first month.


Because it is going to work. You just don't want to psyche yourself out.

Instead you're going to look for qualitative signs vs quantitative ones.

That means you're going to compare how you go to the bathroom, how your energy feels, and how your skin and hair looks.

Quality of Bathroom Trips

What does the perfect poop even look like?! What's the consistency, frequency, and how should it feel when we have a movement?

Luckily a chart exists that categorizes our bowel movements on a scale from 1-7, where #4 on the chart is ideal (yes, there's a chart for everything now-a-days). Typically after almost every meal we should have a movement that passes easilywith no force, minimal wiping required and that doesn't smell! That last part is key.

(Stop and answer right now - Where are you on this chart most of the time?)

If you have constipation or diarrhea...

Pro tip: Use a squatty potty for easier bowl movements.

Quality of Energy

You should feel amazing!

Even if you're fasting, your energy should be higher than ever.

This is what Ace had to say about his energy during his fast.

(press play)

Quality of Skin and Hair

Show me a person's face and I can tell you how their health is.

By looking at someone's skin you can too.

Do they have brown circles under their eyes, oily skin, pimples,

Pro Tip: Activated charcoal will clean your pores. Jojoba oil will treat dry skin.

Your hair should not be oily, weak, and falling out.

Oh and gray hair is not a sign of old age. It's instead a sign of a copper deficiency.

Pro Tip: Kallawa has the highest amount of copper. Portabella mushrooms are also high in copper and make a great substitute for meat if you're vegetarian.

Chapter 3: Common mistakes when using LCHF diet (and how to avoid them)

As mentioned in chapter one there are 6 ways to increase insulin which causes you to gain weight and potentially get ill.

          • Eating too frequently

          • Avoiding Minerals

          • Eating the wrong fats

          • Taking medicine

          • Lack of stretching (stagnate blood)

          • Stress

We have already covered the first two, so now let's jump to the other four.

Eating the wrong fats increases insulin

It's not just home-made squeezed juice or tea that doesn't trigger insulin.

Healthy fat doesn't either.

We need fat because minerals absorb for longer periods in our bodies when oil is present. This means we get more out of them.

Our brain is also 80% fat.

Fat is a protective insulator.

Our electrical wiring in our nervous system needs to be insulated with this healthy fat. 

The bag that makes the cell wall is even fat.

There are two main types of liquids that we consume, which carry minerals.

Water and Oil.

Non-fat and Fat.

If you squeeze a seed that has at least 25% fat then you will end up with an oil instead of a juice.

If you blend a seed that has at least 25% fat then you will end up with a butter instead of a smoothie.

It's interesting to note that while most homes have blenders or juicers for fruits and leaves, how many have equipment to process seeds?

Stone mills to produce fresh flour or oil presses for fresh oil?

Oil begins to degrade from exposure to oxygen after it's been pressed the same way juice does.

The same goes for flour overtime.

The seed's shell keeps its nutrients perfectly in tack until you crack it open.

Here are all the seeds that produce healthy oils and butters.

(Healthy Fat Chart - click to save or print out)

The worst thing for our health is processed oil known as hydrogenated oil or trans fatty acids.

This does not exist in nature. Its purpose is to keep your chocolate bar solid at room temperature.

Second worst to this is dairy fat. Milk, butter, cheese, yogurt.

When we're babies we require much more sugar and fat to feed our central nervous system development than when we're older.

Now it would be too much for us.

Not to mention the fact that we're the only animal that drinks milk from another animal. Plus cows are hybrid animals. At least goats are not. 

We also assume eating fatty meats are good too.

The difference between an eskimo or someone living in iceland eating meat and an American is that the eskimo is eating REAL animals. We're eating fake animals.

Chicken, cow, pig.

They eat walrus, polar bear, wild fish.

Not the farm-raised salmon that we buy so conveniently. Here's the difference.

Here's a list of non-hybrid animals.

 Protein (animals and nuts) Fat (butter, cheese, yogurt) 

Eating meat to feel full

Have trouble finding good "vegetarian protien" I have something you're going to love to hear. People say proetien for breakfast so you don't eat too much later on.

Certain metabolic types handle meat better than others and can do just fine with it.

Meat products on the other hand can only be consumed by certain people.

Otherwise meat increases insulin.

This is based on your metabolic type.

Would you rather eat a nice big juicy steak or . Do you often say something is too sweet. Then you're most likely a meat eater.

People from colder areas that have no choice rely on it.

But it's REAL animals they eat, not fake / hybrid ones, or hormone injected ones, or tortured ones.

You torture your food and you torture yourself in the long run.

and protein (don't believe me, ask Terry Crew).

Here's a list of "healthy" meat if the right metabolic type.

(meat chart)

Taking medicine increases insulin

Here's a list of medicine from worst to better.

Lack of stretching (stagnate blood) increases insulin

How clean our blood is depends on properly circulation. Moving, massages, stretching, and even dry brushing improve this.

Stress increases insulin


Chapter 4: What to do if you fall off track with the LCHF diet

Two biggest enemies - boredom / convenience

1. celtic sea salt

2. sea vegetable flakes

3. coconut syrup

4. tepin pepper

5. macqui berry

Sample meals for one week

Grab-and-go alternatives


Story from my friend. fixed hangover in 5 minutes.

Top 5 ways to cut down meal prep time

Use the right tool for the right job. Keep tools in front.

One task at a time method. cut each lime and squeeze right away vs. cut all limes and squeeze after.

Chapter 5: 3 Health issues that you can fix with the LCHF diet

          a. Diabetes and heart disease

          b. Cancer

          c. Arthritis

mineral body chart.

This is the food you should eat instead based on mineral chart rankings.

Diabetic / Heart Disease

You need to clean out your blood. You need iron becaue it attracts oxygen. Gauco tea.


You need Anamu to improve your digestive system and to reinform your body the correct way to grow


You need silica. Seamoss. Also healing herb as a balm or poltrice applied directly onto the skin where you feel the most pain. every night.

DO NOT eat unhealthy bread when you take these herbs. It will try to push it back up believe it or not.

Chapter 6: Frequently asked questions about the LCHF diet

          a. "How 'low-carb' should I go?"

          b. "Are there any downsides to missing out on 'good carbs'?"

          c. "How do I explain the diet to my friends, family, and doctor?"

          d. "How can I eat out at restaurants and still stick with my diet?"

Is it ok to have cheese, meat, and starch every once in a while?

If you're going to cheat, cheat with great cakes. Not with crap cakes food that's convent. Not a crash diet.

We should be able to once again enjoy going out with friends on the weekend. That means not having to feel guilty or distracted by calories. Nobody wants to feel sympathy from their friends or feel singled out after all.

We don't have to become overwhelmed by a million little details if we just focus on the BIG WINS. Nobody wants to really turn into the jittery "health nut" and there's no need to. So-called experts that promote that lifestyle understand nothing about human psychology. I'll show you how you can still see better results than them and earn the right to have guilt-free cheat meals, whether it's cheesecake, chicken wings or drinking with friends. Whether you're vegetarian or not this guide will help.

grab and go meals - You probably don't think about what you're eating because you're always so busy.  Everyone knows how busy life can be when you have an infant at home, plus an older child. You skip meals and eat whatever you can get a hand on. A sandwich from the corner store, a bag of chips, pizza every night.

You might even buy all the stuff to eat healthily and then throw it out because you don't have the time to cook all these complicated healthy meals. So here comes take out.

90 day challenge whether you want to fast or eat non-hybrid. live event webinar when we all start together. You will see videos of me preparing my meals while I'm talking over them live. You may ask any questions to help make this easier for you.

chlorella is either

chlorella vulgaris or arthrospira platensis

empty keurig pods for cheap

If you did a before pic right now would you cover your face?

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