The Diet Golden Rules


  • Eat fresh food, not industrial products. Eat what God or Mother Nature provides in the form it is provided.
  • Eat some raw vegetables with EVERY meal. They contain wonderful digestive enzymes as well as a plethora of other nutrients. Vegetables should make up 70% of your meals (fruit in the morning can replace SOME of your vegetable percentage).
  • Drink nothing other than clean water. Do not drink water with your meal. This habit comes from eating processed foods that have no water content in them and from not chewing your food properly. Take small bites, chew to a pulp, and swallow with ease.
  • Slow cook your lean, grass-fed meat - and cook it thoroughly.
  • Eat at home or pack home made lunches, etc...
  • Get the right tools of the healthy eating trade - A food processor, a slow cooker, a vegetable steamer, and a high-quality juicer (we recommend the Omega juicer). Your juicer should be able to juice leafy greens, and be easy to clean. You will also need quality storage containers (preferably glass), and stainless steel or cast iron pots and pans. (Do not use non-stick pots and pans.) For frying, use an organic, heat tolerant oil to get the non-stick effect (coconut or olive oil) or use organic, raw butter.
  • Eat frequent, small meals rather than infrequent, large meals. Enjoy your meals. Food is supposed to be enjoyed and appreciated - not just a source of emotional comfort or reward.
  • Don't grocery shop when you are hungry! The nutritional decisions that determine your health are made at the grocery store. If the "bad" foods don't get purchased, then they don't get eaten! Take pride in going to the cashier with a cart full of healthy food for you and your family. Take the opportunity to be a leader and an inspiration to others.
  • Don't judge your dietary choices based on the food guide, your neighbor, or your co-worker! Evaluate your food choices based on what your cells need (i.e. what your ancient, healthy ancestors ate - The Innate or Paleo Diet).
  • NEVER feel guilty about a food choice. Guilt will NEVER serve you well. Evaluate your food choices honestly but without personal character judgment. Always look forward to your next meal as a chance to improve your eating habits and your health.