The foods listed below are packed full of vitamins and minerals that suffering bodies are starving for and desperately need.
This list should help (the FDA requires I say this for any links that direct you to an example product #affiliate link):
almond milk (without carrageenan, preferably home made)
chicken (free ranging, not soy fed, NO injected soulutions)
chicken meat stock made from carcass and meat
dates (in moderation- NOT date sugar, medjool dates)
extracts (vanilla, lemon, etc)
figs (in moderation)
fish (wild caught)
fruit (eaten separate from other foods, on an empty stomach, the lower the sugar content the better)
juice (juiced from your juicer)
lard (from pastured pork)
lemon juice (without sodium benzoate)
meat (not processed – preferrably grass fed, grass finished)
meat bones for making meat stock
navy beans (properly prepared)
nut butters (almond, peanut, sunflower, cashew, etc)
olives (all kinds)
peanut butter (store bought brand ingredient list should read: peanuts, salt)
spices (be sure there is no wheat (filler), sodium ferrocyanide, yellow prussiate of soda, or any other anit-caking, free-flowing agents)
tallow (from grassfed beef)
turkey (not processed)
vegetables (starches and GMO items are not beneficial to a damaged gut. This includes no: potato, sweet potato, corn, soy)
yogurt (full fat, made at home from Greek starter)
In a nutshell if God made it, we can eat it; if man altered it, we can’t. If it was made in a plant, don’t touch it but if it was grown on a plant, eat it! Think of products grown in nature and keep the end-product visibly viable to that original. Consider vegetable oil. If you took a basket of vegetables and squeezed out juice you wouldn’t get vegetable oil. The processing has changed the molecular structure of the food. If it’s not food, don’t put it in your mouth. Butter, on the other hand, comes from cream and is stirred until it forms butter. Eat butter, not vegetable oil.
For this reason we do not touch stevia.
Food preparation is hard and it takes a lot of work on your part. Some days I spend the great portion of my day in the kitchen. However, your family will be healthier and most importantly things like ADHD, autism, bipolar disorder, dyslexia, chrones, flatulance, eruptations will all disappear. Mental disorders are on the rise. Child behavior problems are on the rise. Processed food has directly risen with the rise of disease.
If it’s not food, don’t’ put it in your mouth.
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