Confused and conflicted about which “diet” you should follow?
Traditional Food or Paleo or Real Food… AIP, SCD, GAPS… ??
With all the labels and styles of healthy diets, it's no wonder we're a bit befuddled.
There's an easy answer… and it requires no label, no “diet”.
It's just plain and simple common sense — focus on healthy, nutrient-dense foods!
What are these foods? In my opinion, there are 5 healthy, nutrient dense foods everyone should be eating.
(These just so happen to be a fairly common thread between all the healthy diets I just mentioned.)
If you focus on these, the rest of your diet will take care of itself. (Meaning — your health will improve dramatically just from these foods. If other health issues are revealed or are not resolved, you can tackle them then.)
You'll see podcast and video detailing these top 5 healthy foods below. And you can get the full notes here.
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Video From Periscope
I recorded this podcast live on Periscope last week, and here's the video from that! It's just like the audio file above, except you can see it, too. 🙂
Top 5 Healthy Foods You Should Be Eating
Besides detailing the 5 foods in the podcast and video above, the full notes are here.
Here's a quick list of the 5 foods:
- bone broth
- fermented foods
- pastured meats and organs
- lots of cooked veggies
- healthy, traditional fats
Remember, go here to read the full transcript!
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