Top Rules for healthy eating
- Eat only food grown within a days horse ride from where you sleep.
- Eat only meals you prepared yourself.
- Eat food whole and raw when ever possible.
- Nothing prepared, canned, dried, pasteurized, salted or spiced, sugared, preserved, colored,
- Grow whatever food you can.
- Drink clean healthy water.
- Alcohol is poison.
- Most spices and supplements are contaminated and should be avoided. Grow fresh herbs and spices.
- Grasses, such as wheat and rice, should be reviewed for allergic reactions and addiction.
- Eat smaller portions only when hungry.
- Coffee and tea: loved by so many. Watch addiction.
- It’s ok to break a rule once in awhile.
- Soda drinks are poison.
- Salt should be strictly limited.
- Sugar should be limited.
- Fat is excellent fuel
- Raw cheese
- Fresh Cream
- Olive Oil
- Corn tortillas – should stop
- tubers: potato, sweet potato, yucca, ñampi,
- roots: garlic, onion
- Fruit: banana, platano, papaya, mango, orange, lemon, pineapple
- Meat: Tilapia, chicken, beef
- Vegetables: squashes, zucchini,
I do not eat
- Peppers, tomatoes, egg plant
- nuts except when fresh raw or roasted but unsalted
- Wheat, rice, soy or other grasses
- Restaurant food with exceptions
- Potluck food
- Canned, bottled, jammed, preserved, prepared, stored, handled, shipped, frozen, modified, homogenized, vaporized
- Lettuce – because its hard to get good stuff.
I love garlic. Often I will eat an entire head of garlic in one meal. I usually peal them carefully, putting aside the smaller ones for later, and then fry them for only 2 minutes or less before enjoying them along with eggs or potatoes. When I boil up some tubers I will throw an entire head of garlic into the pot. Later I cut the garlic open at one end and squeeze out fresh build delicious garlic paste. Yum.