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Basic Nutrition Info

What is, and is not proper nutrition, is incredibly simple.  Yes, modern folks have made it very complex and confusing.  But the proper nutrtion for animal life is very basic.  For millions of years man ate about the same thing day in and day out.  It mattered little as to where he was on the planet.  His diet was based on the green leaf just like the rest of the animal kingdom.  Always at the bottom of the food chain there was the green leaf whether it was in the sea or on land.  But about 10,000 years ago man started changing his foods with the invention of agriculture.  Today, the bottom of his food chain is seeds, nuts, and fruit.  That's the problem.  Those "foods" are not fit for man or beast.

Nutritionist's Corner

Vegetarian Recommends BEEF!   By Bonnie Beardsley, MPH, LDN, RD

The fat content of beef is the primary reason it has lost ground as a respectable entrée on America's dinner table.  Not only do most beef cuts have a high fat content, ranging from 33-74%, but the majority of it is saturated.  Interestingly, beef does have a moderate amount of monounsaturated fats, but it is offset by the equal or larger amount of the saturated fat content.

High Protein Diet

For millions of years man ate mostly meat.  Okay, okay, you've heard differently.   But I beg to differ, and most anthropologists agree, it was meat that played the largest dietary role in making humans the rulers of the planet!  But it was not just meat nor was it just any kind of meat.  The meat had to be sourced to the green leaf!

Busting the Healthy Food Myths

Naturally I eat grass-fed meats.  That's because when it comes to feeding my body my primary goal is to eat for optimal body function.  Yet even though grass-fed meats are very important they are not THE answer to optimizing one's health.  That's why I'm very strict regarding ALL the foods I eat.  I wasn't always that way.  It was only in the late 1990s I started learning about what is and is not healthy food for the body.

The Atomic Bomb of the American Food System

If you asked Joe Sixpack to list off the most nutritionally damaging aspects of our nation’s food system he’d probably name off fast food, too much fat, drinking beer, overeating, and not exercising enough.  If you asked the average Upscale Shopper Betty, she would blame agricultural chemicals, hydrogenated oils, hormones, antibiotics, fast food, red meats, too much fat, eating too much, not enough fruits and veggies in the diet, and not exercising enough.