Good Food/Bad Food List

It all started back in 2012 when I was presented with the following list of good foods and bad foods.  And ever since that day I have been spot on following it precisely!  The list has never left the kitchen cupboard and remains there to this very day.  I didn’t really understand too much back then but oh how do I understand everything now,  after being nothing but a sponge for the last several months.  It is just vital in taking the proper nutritional supplements but also vital in giving up the bad “stuff”!  Without a single doubt, all health conditions and ailments have an initial cause.  There is a cause and you have to get to the root cause in order to stop the ongoing damage.  Patchwork and management is not sufficient enough if you desire to live a long healthy life.   Please pay attention to the following list and you will be ever so delighted that you have done so.

FOLLOW THIS GOOD FOOD / BAD FOOD LIST

FOR OPTIMAL RESULTS 

 

GOOD FOODS:

Eggs—soft scrambled in butter, soft boiled, poached – Butter, Salt, Dairy

Fish, Chicken, Pork, Lamb, Beef—rare/medium rare

Veggies, including Salads, Tomatoes, Corn

Fruit

Mixed, Salted Nuts (no peanuts), Nut Butters (no extra sugar) Rice, Millet, Pure Buckwheat (isn’t wheat)

Beans, including Lentils, Garbanzos/Chick Peas Couscous (made from pearl millet only). Quinoa Coffee, Tea, Green Tea, Red Wine

4-8, 8oz glasses of filtered water each day. Avoid soft plastic bottles. Lard!

20,000 ORAC points of antioxidants daily – Do a Google search for “ORAC food values” and figure out which foods you enjoy and will eat to get to this number.

Any carbohydrate (except oatmeal – see below) that is “Gluten Free” is OK.

 

BAD FOODS:

 

Wheat, Barley, Rye, Oats, Oatmeal – even if it says that it is Gluten Free. 

 

Fried Food

 

Oils—cooking or salad. Yes, this includes Olive Oil!!!

Well-done meat (rare or medium-rare is ok)

 

Deli Meat, any nitrates added to meat – tell your butcher NO NITRATES

 

Soda, including soda pop, “fizzy” waters, carbonated beverages.

 

Skin of a baked potato (or yam, or sweet potato). If you boil a potato, you can eat the skins.

 

About

In my past life I was a licensed Real Estate Agent for over 20 years. As the Real Estate venture was very rewarding and "fun", I have now chosen to spend my time and energy sharing with people what I have learned over the past several months about nutrition and health in general. I want to share information on this website so that people will engage and research for themselves to at least make an informed decision on what path they shall proceed with. I have truly been blessed with my health life! I now have my own self employed health insurance plan in tact! If you have any questions at all that I can help you with, please give me a call or a quick email. Thanks again and have a great day!! 208-342-2300 rgspencer@cableone.net

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