Insider Secret #4: Stop Eating Foods That MR Leptin Doesn’t Like And Start Eating, Real Foods!
Now I am not going to spend a lot of time on this one. I simply could not do the topic of nutrition justice in this report.
In fact I am simply going to give you a list of foods that we highly recommend.
Lets keep it simple!
In the Fiit Chick VIP Members area we cover the Nutritional topic in more depth. We also have example meal plans available for you to use as a guide.
- Whole Organic, Free Range eggs
- Free Range Chicken, Duck, Pheasant (white and dark meat)
- Free Range Turkey (white and dark meat)
- Grass Fed Beef, Buffalo, Lamb, Venison
- All Wild fish
- Raw almonds, walnuts, macadamia nuts, filberts, pecans, pumpkin seeds, flaxseeds and sunflower seeds
- Raw Nut Butters from the above mentioned nuts
Fruits and Vegetables
- All vegetables, spinach, avocados, broccoli, green beans, mushrooms, carrots, zucchini, asparagus. Sweet potatoes – best consumed after exercise, to help replenish CHO stores
- All fruits (try use fresh fruit, limit dried or canned)
Can be used at each meaL
- Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil (cold pressed)
- Butter (no margarine or any other fake butter)
- Coconut Oil (Organic, Extra Virgin) Unlimited
- All Spices
- Only Celtic Sea Salt (no other salt is permitted)
- Herbal Teas
- Water: 0.33ml per kg of bodyweight. ie: 100kg person will consume 3.3 liters of water per day
Ok so I bet your first question is where is my wheat and grains?
And this is where the nutritional debate starts to takes place.
Dieticians have pounded into our skulls that grains are a preferred source of fibre. My good friend and world renowned nutritional expert Sean Croxton agrees with me that this is hogwash and simply a way to sell more grains.
Fruits and vegetables have plenty of fibre in them, far superior to what grains can ever offer you.
But as always. I am a big fan on letting your body tell the story.
We all have a different WHY!
We all have a different ROOT CAUSE!
And if you guessed where I am heading with this…. We all have different reactions to different foods
Most grains contain gluten, which a large portion of the population is intolerant of, or at the least, sensitive to. Meaning your body cannot properly digest and breakdown the grains.
So here is what I suggest.
Try going 7 days without grains. Then on the 8th day have a meal or two that involve grains. Then see what your body is telling you.
Studies show that by eating a diet containing high in grains is associated with a greater risk of having a heart attack than eating a diet high in fat.
In fact the New England Journal of Medicine recently declared that grains are the cause of 55 diseases.