Basically, if it wasn’t hunted, grown, fished, picked from the ground or fermented it should not be on your plate or food list. If it wasn’t food years ago, it’s not food today, now.
2. Eat food as close to it’s natural state as possible:
Meat and eggs top the list as well as dairy. Best sources come from pasture-raised, grass-fed animals. Consume full-fat versions of these foods for the greatest profile and absorption of nutrients. Get your produce from your local, seasonal, and sustainably grown sources when possible.
3. Eat slowly and only until satisfied: For overall general health and weight loss management you should try to eat only until you are satisfied and never past full. Eat slow and deliberately allowing your brain to register your level of fullness and hunger
4. Every meal should start with a suitable source of protein: It builds muscle and improves recovery from intense and vigorous training. It also, aids in maintaining lean muscle tissue when waiting for fat loss. It is also the most satiating macronutrient, keeping you feeling satisfied over a longer period of time.
5. Eat a minimum of one full serving of vegetables every meal and sometimes use fruits: This is a simple way to reach the daily quota of 5-10 servings of vegetables you will need daily. You will also be consuming powerful phytonutrients, antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals to optimize health.