EAT This NOT This – It Could Change Your Life

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EAT This NOT This – It Could Change Your Life

Just a few simple changes in your daily food regimen could make all the difference in the world.  Some people complain about feeling fatigued, depressed or your hear them saying their skin looks dry and flaky and most people tend to blame it on getting older.  What if I told you that you could reverse the way you look and feel by swapping out the bad foods with healthy foods.  Sound too good to be true!  Well, see for yourself.  Try following these 3 tips and report back to me in a month and let me notice if you feel any different.

Changing my diet changed my life.  It can change yours too.

Tip # 1. Removing the BAD FATS – Replacing them with GOOD FATS.

Bad fats such as hydrogenated and partially hydrogenated oils, trans fats, soybean oil, canola oil and vegetable oils cause heart disease, stroke, diabetes, cancer, chronic fatigue, and neurotoxic syndrome. Bad fats create chronic inflammation throughout the body inducing disease. Good fats are essential to hormone production, cancer prevention, brain development, weight loss, cellular healing, and anti-inflammation.

Tip# 2. Change the MEATS that you EAT.

There are hundreds of studies that link commercial meats with cancer and heart disease. The grain fed to animals that were created to eat grass changes fatty acid ratios (too much omega-6, not enough omega-3) and denatures good fats, leading to modern day disease. The bioaccumulation of commercial pesticides, herbicides, antibiotics, and hormones in meats are causing a toxic onslaught, which leads to many cancers, neurological disorders, and chronic illness. Grass fed and free range meats offer many fatty acids missing in the Standard American Diet (SAD) such as: aracodonic acid, congegated linoleic acid, and Omega 3 fatty acids.

Tip #3. Remove ALL Refined SUGARS and GRAINS from your Diet.

This includes white rice, white pasta, and white bread. 1/3 sugar comes from soft drinks, 2/3 from hidden sources including: lunch meats, pizza, sauces, breads, soups, crackers, fruit drinks, canned foods, yogurt, ketchup, mayonnaise, etc. High glycemic or refined sugars cause elevated glucose, which elevates insulin leading to premature aging and degenerative diseases such as type II diabetes, heart disease (inflammation of the arteries), and cancer.

Sugar is an anti-nutrient offering insignificant amounts of vitamins and minerals and robbing your body of precious nutrient stores. This inevitably leads to diseases of the new millennium such as chronic fatigue, ADD, ADHD, heart disease, diabetes, and cancers.

Low glycemic carbohydrates in the forms of fruits and vegetables have high amounts of fiber, enzymes, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that help you age slower, improve energy levels, lose weight, and naturally detoxify your cells.

Good Foods to Add to Your Grocery List

Nuts and Seeds (raw is best)
Almonds Pecans Cashews
Walnuts Macadamia nuts Brazil nuts
Pine nuts Pumpkin Seeds Flaxseeds
Hempseeds Chia seeds NO peanuts (biotoxic and high omega-6)
Black beans Adzuki beans Kidney beans
Pinto beans White beans Lima beans


Strawberries Blueberries Raspberries
Blackberries Acai Berries Goji Berries
Cherries Lemon Lime
Apples Pears


Fruits (to be eaten in moderation)
Bananas Oranges Mangoes
Pineapple Melon


Dairy (raw is best)
Goats milk Goats milk yogurt Goats milk cheese
Sheep cheese


Fats and Oils (organic is best)
Ghee Butter Coconut Oil
Grapeseed Oil Olive Oil Flaxseed Oil
Hempseed Oil Pumpkin Seed Oil Borage Oil (GLA)
Fish Oil Cod Liver Oil Avocado Oil
Sesame Oil


Vegetables (high fiber and low glycemic)
Asparagus Bell Peppers Broccoli
Brussel Sprouts Cabbage Cauliflower
Celery Collard greens Cucumber
Eggplant Garlic Ginger root
Grasses (wheat and barley) Green beans Green lettuces
Heart of palm Kale Mushrooms
Mustard greens Olives Onions
Parsley Radishes Snow peas
Spinach Sprouts Sea Vegetables
Water Chestnuts Zucchini


Vegetables (to be eaten in moderation)
Artichokes Beets Carrots
Chick peas (garbanzo) Legumes Leeks
Lentils Okra Peas
Pumpkin Squash (acorn, butternut, winter, summer, spaghetti) Tomatoes


Meats/Protein (all-natural poultry and grass-fed meat)
Eggs (cage free) Fish (wild caught) Chicken
Turkey Beef Lamb
Venison Wild Game


Lower fiber Carbohydrates (NOT on Healing Foods Diet, but on Basic Diet)
Amaranth Barley Brown rice
Buckwheat Corn (non-GMO) Ezekiel bread
Millet Quinoa Spelt
Sprouted grains Steel cut oats Sweet Potatoes or Yams
Wild rice


Sea Salt (Celtic, Himalayan, or sea) Apple cider vinegar Balsamic vinegar
Salsa Guacamole Hummus
Mustard Organic flavorings (vanilla, almond, etc.) Vegenaise w/ grapeseed oil
Cocoa and Carob Herbs and spices (basil, rosemary, curry, cinnamon, etc.)s Soy sauce (wheat free), Braggs liquid amino’s


Stevia Xylitol


Sweeteners (NOT on Healing Foods Diet, but on Basic Diet)
Raw Honey (unheated in small amounts) Agave Nectar Maple syrup grade A or B
Brown rice syrup


Purified, non-chlorinated water Natural sparkling water, no carbonation added (Pellegrino) Herbal Teas (unsweetened preferably organic)
Raw Vegetable juices Raw lemonade (Stevia, lemons and water) Fermented drinks


Information provide by

Stacey Chillemi

I am on a mission to transform the health of millions worldwide. Check out my website at I am a popular and recognizable health and lifestyle reporter and expert, columnist and health host. Author of The Complete Guide to Natural Healing and Natural Remedies for Common Conditions, along with 20 other published books. I am the founder of The Complete Herbal Guide and a recognized health and natural remedies expert, with over 20 years in practice as a Health Coach. I write for the Huffington Post, Huff Post, Thrive Global and Medium (Owned by Arianna Huffington). I have been a guest on the Dr. Oz Show, local news, and numerous radio shows. My focus is on natural healing, herbal remedies, alternative methods, self-motivation, food for medicine, nutrition, fitness, natural beauty remedies and the power of positive thinking.



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