Healthy foods are not only vital to your success in building muscle and burning fat but also very important to your health. Your food intake directly affects your life span and your mood which affects your happiness throughout life.
If you want to live a long and successful life, healthy food choices are a top priority for you. Food affects the way you think, the way you feel, and the way you act. Your actions every day are affected by the foods you eat.
Why not make the best food choices possible and not only be more successful in life but look great and feel great? You need to know the power of REAL food that God has given us. STOP eating all the processed and fake foods, and you will be amazed!
Meat. The best protein sources with the highest nutrition values are going to be healthy meats. Meat must come from high quality sources. If they come from high quality sources, you also won't need a huge amount.
– Organ Meats. Organ meat is something many people do not consume and those people are missing out on amazing benefits. For example, liver is one of the most nutrient dense foods in existence. Make sure you are getting this meat from healthy sources, though.
– Beef. High quality beef will come from grass fed cows. I recommend finding a local farmer who knows how to raise beef cattle properly and purchase all your beef from that farmer.
– Bison. Bison is another great source of protein and nutrition. You might be able to find grass fed bison locally depending on where you live. Make sure you find a good source.
– Fish. This is a huge source of healthy protein sources as there are many different types of fish that give a large variety of benefits. The fish you are eating needs to be wild-caught only.
– Poultry. If you can find pasture raised chicken, you have found a great source of healthy meat that you can mix into your diet each and every day. There are many other great poultry based meats besides chicken!
– Pork. A good source of lean protein that gives you variety in nutrition and flavor. Pork is a good source of vitamin C too.
– Shellfish. Seafood with a hard outer shell such as lobster, shrimp, crab, scallops, oysters, and more.
– Venison. Wild deer is a great source of protein as well as other nutrition. Any wild animal that has a good diet consisting of all natural foods found in the wild are going to be an amazing source of nutrition for you.
– Lamb, Mutton, and Hogget. Excellent source of protein. Very high in vitamin B12, niacin, and riboflavin. Make sure the meat you are eating is coming from grass fed lamb and sheep.
– Rabbit. Gives you even more variety to your diet. Rabbit is a great source of lean protein and especially selenium which your body uses to produce antioxidants.
– Ostrich. Ostrich is another healthy lean meat lower in cholesterol and fat than chicken, beef, and pork.
– Goat. Did you know goat meat is the most consumed meat in the world? Its popularity is beginning to grow in the United States as well. Goat meat is lower in saturated fat than the other popular meats and higher in iron.
Dairy and Milks
Dairy. Dairy foods provide amazing nutrition if the right sources are chosen. For example, cheese from grass fed cows is extremely healthy for you. On the other hand, “fake” cheese is extremely unhealthy.
– Cheese. Cheese from grass fed cows and goats is a great source of protein and healthy fats.
– Kefir. A very powerful food with amazing health benefits. You need to make your own kefir or find a good source locally.
– Milk. This includes milk from cows and goats. Make sure you are getting this milk from healthy animals that have been raised properly and have been fed a proper diet.
– Cottage Cheese. One of my personal favorite foods to eat before bed with a leafy green salad and oil and vinegar based dressing. Digests slowly and gives your body a constant stream of amino acids for a longer period of time.
– Yogurt. Probiotic yogurts provide amazing health benefits for your digestive system but yogurt also provides a huge number of other benefits as well.
– Eggs. I'm not talking about just chicken eggs here. If you can find other egg sources, you can really increase your variety of foods and obtain even more benefits which can help flood your body with nutrition.
– Cream. Cream and sour cream is composed of the cream layer skimmed from the top of milk before homogenization. If you can find real milk, you will see the cream at the top. Cream is high in fat but can be used strategically in your diet plan.
– Almond Milk. You can make your very own almond milk or purchase raw almond milk without any additional ingredients or flavoring from a health store.
– Coconut Milk. Coconut milk is one of my favorite types of milk and is extremely healthy. Highly recommended as a part of your diet plan.
– Hemp Milk. Milk made from hemp seeds that you can make yourself. If you purchase, make sure there aren't any dangerous additives.
Vegetables. Vegetables are a vital part of your healthy diet. You need a large variety of different vegetables so you can obtain all the different benefits from all of the different veggies. You'll see why God gave us food once you read about all of these vegetables. Food from God will heal you, and that's vegetables!
– Artichokes. An extremely rich source of fiber and anti-oxidants. Choose artichokes that are heavy for their size. Also look for artichokes that do not have dark streaks on their leaves.
– Asparagus. Very beneficial for women. Asparagus can also help with kidney problems. Also very high in glutathione, a very important anti-carcinogen.
– Beets. If you want a vegetable that's good for your heart, the beet is what you want. Beets have been used successfully in treating cancer.
– Beet Greens. When tender, these greens are perfect for a healthy salad. These greens are high in oxalic acid so do not eat too many of them on a regular basis.
– Bok Choy. Sweet and crisp bok choy is an excellent source of vitamin A and vitamin C.
– Broccoli. Most broccoli you find in grocery stores is not the true broccoli you want. Raise broccoli in a garden yourself and you'll see and taste the huge difference. Did you know broccoli contains twice the amount of vitamin C than an orange?
– Brussels Sprouts. These gems of vegetables are a member of the cabbage family and look like tiny heads of lettuce or cabbage. Anti-cancer properties are just one of the many benefits of brussels sprouts. They are high in vitamin K as well.
– Cabbage. If you're sick or have a dry throat, cabbage is what you should be eating to help you get better. Cabbage also helps with stomach issues. Very high in vitamin U which is used as an ulcer remedy.
– Carrots. Did you know carrots come in a variety of different colors? The skin of the carrots contain most of the nutrients so do not peel them and definitely don't waste your money on baby carrots or other types that don't have their skin.
– Capers. Very useful for digestive issues. Capers go great with fish and are actually used to make tartar sauce.
– Cauliflower. Considered to be a great food for the brain. Cauliflower is actually lower in vitamins and minerals than broccoli but still much higher than other foods.
– Celery. Hopefully you won't need celery for this but it's great for hangovers and is a great blood cleanser. Celery is also great for reducing blood pressure.
– Collard Greens. Good source of fiber and vitamin C, but a great source of vitamin K. Collard greens are very popular in the Southeastern United States.
– Cucumber. The cucumber dates all the way back to 7750 BC so it's been around much longer than you and I. Cucumber contains a huge amount of water making it very refreshing on a hot Summer day.
– Eggplant. Europeans were once convinced that eating eggplant would cause insanity. We all know that's not true.
– Garlic. One of the most powerful foods in existence. Garlic has been in use for more than 7,000 years and its origin is in Central Asia.
– Green Beans. These are called “green” beans because they are eaten in their pods before they are fully matured. Being green makes them much easier to digest.
– Kale. Did you know kale is the grandmother of the entire cabbage family? Kale has huge amounts of vitamin K.
– Leeks. These are much less stimulating than onions and garlic. Leeks are a stalk-like vegetable so they are said to support movement and energy. Give them a try next time you're feeling down.
– Lettuce. Wild lettuce is very bitter and considered to be a weed. But cultivated lettuce tastes much better and is a cooling vegetable and helps relax the nerves.
– Mushrooms. These are fruits of a fungus so they don't sound very appetizing but they sure are good and they are extremely healthy and powerful. Do not consume wild mushrooms unless you know what you're doing as some will kill you. Mushrooms can safely eliminate toxins from your body.
– Okra. Fried foods aren't good for you, but I have fried okra for my birthday every year. It's a tradition in my family. Everyone knows Josh wants fried okra and cheese potatoes for his birthday. Okra has a gel that helps lubricate the intestines.
– Olives. This very flavorful food contains a high amount of fatty acids. Olives are a good source of vitamin E.
– Onions. Improving kidney function and lowering cholesterol are just a couple of the health benefits of onions.
– Peas. Peas are great for your spleen, pancreas, liver, and stomach. This food is high in many different vitamins and minerals.
– Peppers. Chile peppers and sweet peppers are included here. Peppers are a very healthy and powerful food.
– Potatoes. Potatoes reduce inflammation, neutralize body acids, treat acidosis, lower blood pressure, and treat stomach ulcers. Potatoes are a very healthy food but have gotten a bad reputation from the fat loss fanatics and low carb enthusiasts.
– Pumpkin. Pumpkins are good for more than just picking them and carving them up for Halloween. Pumpkin is a great tasting food with many benefits.
– Radishes. These were grown in Egypt almost 3,000 years before Christ. If you're looking to build muscle, you need to eat more calories overall and the radish is great for that since it stimulates the appetite.
– Shallot. If you've eaten and local dishes in New Orleans or France, you've probably had shallots. The shallot is a member of the onion family and come in different colors.
– Sorrel. Sorrel is a sour tasting food. This great food will stimulate your liver and help you digest foods much better. Good sorrel will have light green arrow-shaped leaves. Use it when it's fresh.
– Spinach. If it was good enough for Popeye, it's good enough for me! The health benefits of spinach are too much to list here. I like to add spinach leaves to side salads and cooked in omelets for breakfast.
– Sprouts. Sprouts are a great food for the Spring time as everything is sprouting! Sprouts are absolutely BURSTING with energy and so many benefits. These are highly recommended. Have them fresh.
– Squash. The squash is a member of the gourd family. There are several different types of squash. Squash can improve eyesight, skin health, prevent cancer, build stronger bones, and much more.
– Sweet Potatoes. White potatoes always get a bad reputation for some reason today, but did you know sweet potatoes have more sugar than white potatoes. Makes sense because “sweet” is in their name. These babies are packed with nutrients, though, so have them regularly. I like them in the WLC Sweet Potato Breakfast Hash.
– Swiss Chard. Swiss chard is an amazingly healthy food that's related to beets. Your lungs and liver will get some major support with chard. Food can heal you so much better than ANY medicine!
– Tomatoes. Did you know the Supreme Court ruled in 1893 that tomatoes are a vegetable because they are used as vegetables? Did you also know commercial food suppliers use a gas to turn the tomatoes red versus green? Sickening, huh?
– Turnip. The turnip is an amazing vegetable and has been around for a very long time. The turnip is white in color with some purple to it as well. You get tons of health benefits from the turnip as well.
– Turnip Greens. The top greens from turnips are delicious. Turnip greens have medicinal benefits that you need. You'll get a huge number of antioxidants and even phytonutrients as well.
– Zucchini. Zucchini is down here at the bottom of the vegetables because it's the only one that starts with a Z. You will maintain optimal health, protect against disease, treats prostate issues for men, and helps treat arthritis. Food is powerful and zucchini is one of these healthy foods!
Fruits. Fruits are what I call God's dessert to us. Fruits taste better than any dessert and flood your body with powerful nutrients of all types. Fruits are absolutely amazing in every way! Have fruit every day of the week.
– Apples. Adam and Eve may have eaten forbidden fruit, but the apple is amazing for you. There is 100% truth to the saying… “An apple a day keeps the doctor away.” Apples are that good. Make sure you have an organic source that is trustworthy, though, as food companies do all types of bad things to make more money.
– Bananas. Bananas are a fruit that soothes the lining of your stomach. They slide on down easily and taste wonderful. If I go too long without eating a banana, my body wants them. Yours probably does the same. Bananas are even used to treat hypertension.
– Grapes. Grapes may have originated where Noah landed the ark after the great flood. Grapes are actually berries. Grapes are used by the body to build blood! If I had to pick one fruit to eat the rest of my life, I just might choose grapes. Pineapple is close for me as well. I love grapes!
– Grapefruit. Grapefruit is a newer fruit. Grapefruits are a popular diet food because it is a cleansing fruit. It has a sweet and sour flavor. I personally love grapefruit and would really like them more if they were a little less messy to eat!
– Pears. Pears originated in the Middle East and the Romans introduced pears to Europeans. Pears can help treat diabetes, gallbladder issues, and constipation. There are a HUGE variety of pears available.
– Oranges. The entire orange including the peel is amazingly healthy. Don't have just orange juice. Have the entire orange, but make sure it's from an organic source. Always wash fruits and vegetables very well just to be safe. Oranges are another one of my personal favorites.
– Tangerines. Tangerines are a citrus fruit. You get an absolute huge number of benefits with this amazing fruit. These are very tasty little fruits too! Just thinking about all of this fruit, shows me how powerful God truly can be. He's given us everything we need.
– Honeydew. Melons of all types are great during the hot Summer months! Why? Because they have a high water content. Honeydew has a high potassium content as well. This is great for blood pressure. This great fruit also promotes healthy skin.
– Nectarine. Nectarines from a road-side farmer's stand are absolutely amazing because they are ripe. Commercial grocery stores usually aren't going to have good nectarines because they are fragile if picked when ripe. This is an amazing fruit with a great number of benefits.
– Papaya. Did you know papaya can range in weight from 0 to 20 pounds? Wow. I'll take a 20 pound papaya. Papaya seeds are great for you as well as the actual papaya. A substance in papaya can help break down protein. This fruit treats so many different health issues as well.
– Plums. The plum is a relative of the peach and the cherry. Plums are another one of my favorites! If you haven't had a nice and ripe plum, you're missing out on life! A good plum will yield somewhat to gentle pressure so pick a good one.
– Apricots. Apricots are packed full of beta-carotene and anti-oxidants. These fruits originally came from China. The first apricot tree in the United States came to Virginia in 1720. Sliced apricots in WLC's Nut and Seed Cereal are a great way to have them. Make sure you get these from an organic and trustworthy source.
– Strawberries. Strawberries have been around since ancient times. Did you know a home remedy for tartar removal and healthier teeth is to cut a strawberry open and rub it on your gums and teeth. You should leave it there for at least 30 minutes. Then rinse. Pretty amazing, huh?
– Blackberries. Blackberries are larger and juicier than raspberries. Romans used blackberries as a treatment for gout. Blackberries have one of the highest antioxidant levels of all fruits. If you can find some organic and fresh blackberries, get them now! Eat them up.
– Prunes. Prunes have a high fiber content and considered to be one of the healthiest fruits available. You will be able to lower unhealthy cholesterol, improve bone health, and even prevent diabetes with this fruit.
– Raisins. If you took 1 pound of grapes and removed water from them, you would get a quarter pound of raisins. What's great about raisins is they are dried in the powerful sun. God's creation of light shines on these little fruits and gives you that energy. Raisins are awesome. Just don't eat a huge amount of them every day since they have a good amount of sugar.
– Blueberries. Blueberries have a high anti-oxidant content which makes them a great choice if you want optimal health. Native American Indians enjoyed blueberries as they are native to North America. There's even evidence that blueberries improve your memory.
– Raspberries. These awesome and colorful berries fight cancer. As you probably know, raspberries are very fragile. When touching them, they almost disappear at times. Ripe raspberries cleanse your blood! This is always a great thing.
– Peaches. The peach tree originated in China. The ancient Chinese thought of the peach tree as the tree of life. This fruit tastes great and is packed with nutrients you need. These are easy to eat from your hand so get you some today.
– Lemon. The lemon is highly popular throughout the entire world. One of our favorite drinks in my home is water with lemon. Lemon aids digestion so there's one great reason to drink water with lemon during your meals. Plus, there are tons of other benefits!
– Lime. Limes aid in digestion just as well as lemons. You can several drops of lime to many dishes to give them an amazing flavor. I highly recommend limes often. Women in their child-bearing age should have lime often.
– Kiwi. A dry mouth is relieved with kiwi. Passing kidney stones can be aided with the powerful kiwi. This fruit is VERY high in vitamin C and K. Kiwi is a fascinating fruit because it has the ability to protect DNA in the nucleus of human cells.
– Watermelon. The watermelon originated in Africa. Have some watermelon in the hottest days of Summer for a refreshing treat. Did you know watermelons can reach hundreds of pounds in size? Pretty amazing.
– Melon. Have melon often if you have high blood pressure issues. Melons are a great dessert eaten alone after a meal.
– Pineapple. The pineapple originated in Brazil and is one of the MOST popular tropical fruits. I absolutely LOVE pineapple. You can improve the taste of a pineapple by storing it upside down for a couple days before eating. The pineapple is high in manganese.
– Cherries. Cherries will increase your energy levels making them an awesome fruit! They contain a huge number of antioxidants and will even help you sleep better due to its melatonin content.
– Mangoes. Mangoes are high in vitamin C. They fight cancer, improve cholesterol levels, clean your skin, alkalize your body, regulate diabetes, and this fruit is even called the “love fruit” because of its aphrodisiac qualities.
– Cantaloupe. The concentration of nutrients in cantaloupe is lower than other fruits, BUT we usually eat more of this fruit giving us just as many or even more nutrients than other fruits like kiwi. The cantaloupe has a large number of different nutrients making it a GREAT fruit! My family loves the cantaloupe and especially my mom. She is very, very good at picking out great tasting cantaloupe.
– Cranberries. Lower your risk of urinary tract infections and improve your immune system with cranberries. These little things will even help blood pressure problems. Always eat these whole just as with any other fruit. Whole foods are always better than juice, powder extract, etc.
– Goji Berries. Healthy skin, an improved immune system, and protection for your eyes are just a few of the benefits you'll receive from this berry.
– Figs. Figs are very high in fiber. The fig is also a great source of magnesium, manganese, and calcium. It's even high in potassium so blood pressure is lowered when eating this fruit.
Nuts and Seeds
Nuts and Seeds. Super healthy describes nuts and seeds. These are always great for snacking between meals. You can also add nuts and seeds to smoothies and salads for an even bigger injection of nutrition into your meals.
– Quinoa. Did you know there are several different types of quinoa (red, black, and white)? A single cup of quinoa has 8 grams of protein and 5 grams of fiber. It's high in manganese and magnesium. But the benefits of quinoa go beyond this. There are thousands of trace nutrients in quinoa!
– Coconut. Coconuts help stabilize blood sugar which is very important to your health. The coconut has very strong antioxidant properties making it great for healing your body from many different issues. Get coconut flakes and add them to every meal that you can. Coconut has very many uses besides food making it one of the most amazing foods on this planet!
– Almonds. The almond is the oldest cultivated nut in existence. Almonds have been found as far back as 8,000 years before Christ. Almonds restore, tone, and nurture our bodies.
– Brazil Nuts. These nuts are an excellent source of calcium. You'll also get a significant amount of vitamin C when eating a serving of these nuts.
– Cashews. These nuts are very high in copper content and overall antioxidant content. Cashews are great for your heart health.
– Chia Seeds. Chia seeds are packed full of nutrients. If you're looking to add more omega 3 fatty acids to your diet, then this seed is one option for you. I add these into nut and seed cereal as well as workout smoothies.
– Flaxseeds. Here's a chance to add even more omega 3 fatty acids to your diet. Flax is one of the oldest fiber crops in existence (ancient Egypt and ancient China). It's very easy to add flax seed to meals. I add them to smoothies and then blend them. Their oil is released.
– Peanuts. Peanuts improve the health of your heart. They are very high in biotin with good amounts of copper, manganese, and vitamin B3. Antioxidant content is also high so feel great about eating peanuts!
– Pecans. Pecans contain many vitamins and minerals like vitamin A, B, E, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, and folic acid. They are also high in fiber as well. This is a very healthy food to add to your diet.
– Pine Nuts. The pine nut has anti-aging properties making it a great choice for your diet plan. Add these nuts regularly to your meals.
– Pistachios. I love pistachios. They originate from Central Asia and the Middle East. Did you know pistachios are one of only two nuts mentioned in the Bible? That alone makes them an amazing choice.
– Pumpkin Seeds. The Spanish word for pumpkin seed is pepita. These are great seeds because they are high in fiber and protein along with healthy fats. Magnesium content is also very high in pumpkin seeds.
– Sesame Seeds. These little seeds are VERY high in copper which helps relieve arthritis. The sesame seed has been around for a VERY long time.
– Sunflower Seeds. Sunflower seeds are the fruit of the sunflower. They are very high in vitamin E and copper. The sunflower is native to the United States.
– Walnuts. Walnuts compete with almonds and peanuts for the world's most popular nut. I have several walnut trees in my yard. Sometimes they fall from the tree and almost hit me, but one hasn't yet! Walnuts are extremely healthy for you.
Oil, Fats, and Butters
Oil, Fats, and Butters.
– Nut Butters. There all types of different nut butters with peanut butter being the most popular. Just make sure you aren't getting added ingredients that are dangerous to your body.
– Butter. Make sure your source of butter is from grass-fed cows. If you can find this amazing source of butter, feel free to have this with meals often. Butter can be very healthy for you.
– Coconut Oil. Cooking with coconut oil is highly recommended versus other oils. I use coconut oil often in workout smoothies to get the numerous benefits of this oil.
– Fennel Oil. This oil has an absolutely HUGE number of benefits for you. This oil purifies your blood, it's effective in treating cough, it's an excellent antiseptic, and it stimulates your brain and neural activity. These are just a few of the benefits of fennel oil.
– Fish Oil. Fish oil is a great supplement if it's from a good and trustworthy source. I would rather you get fish oil from eating fish, though. Anything in it's natural state is much better for you.
– Flaxseed Oil. Flaxseed oil has a been a very popular supplement over the recent years. I would rather your get this oil directly from flaxseeds when you blend them into smoothies. You don't need a huge amount of this oil all the time as some supplement companies might make you believe.
– Krill Oil. Krill is a crustacean with an appearance similar to shrimp. Krill can be found in very cold waters of the ocean (think Antarctica). This oil is very healthy for you, but again, you don't need HUGE amounts as supplement companies will make you believe.
– Macadamia Nut Oil. This oil has a great ratio of Omega 6 fatty acids to Omega 3 fatty acids. The ratio is 1:1 for this amazingly healthy oil.
– Olive Oil. You MUST find a healthy source of olive oil as this oil has been corrupted by the food manufacturing industry. But that's no big surprise as they will do anything for money.
– Sesame Oil. This oil is derived from sesame seeds. You will improve the health of your hair, health of your skin, and the health of your heart.
– Udo's Choice Oil. I personally like this oil very much and like to use it in healthy salad dressings.
Herbs, Spices, and Sweeteners
Herbs, Spices, and Sweeteners.
– Allspice. Allspice is also known as Jamaican pepper or pimento because it comes from the pimento tree.
– Honey. Get honey from a local farmer and use it as natural sweetener but not too often. My family has it in morning tea, as an example.
– Maple Syrup. Maple syrup is another good and natural sweetener. Make sure you get it from a trustworthy source. You want to make sure you get real maple syrup.
– Arrowroot. Arrowroot comes from many different tropical plants. This powder is very good for pregnant women.
– Basil. Basil leaves look a lot like peppermint. Basil is one of the main ingredients in pesto.
– Bay Leaves. The Greeks actually wove these plants into the crowns of Olympic athletes.
– Black Pepper. Did you know black pepper is a flowering vine? This pepper also improves digestion and promotes intestinal health.
– Brown Sugar. Lots and lots of brown sugar isn't going to be recommended but smaller amounts can actually provide you with some health benefits.
– Cacao Nibs. This is an ancient food and will probably end up as one of your favorites as it has mine. I like adding these to chocolate smoothies and having them as a treat at times. They are extremely healthy for you.
– Cayenne. I love to add cayenne pepper powder to many of my meals. It's great in combination with weight lifting as it soothes and relieves achy muscles and joints. I HIGHLY recommend you add to this to your diet. I even mix it in with tea at times.
– Celery Seeds. The celery seed was used in ancient times to treat colds.
– Chicory. Chicory is a member of the sunflower family and is closely related to dandelions and lettuce. This can help cleanse your liver and gallbladder.
– Chili Powder.
– Coffee Beans.
– Dark Chocolate.
– Fennel. Ancient Romans have said that fennel is the herb of sight. In India, fennel is also believed to improve eyesight. This herb also helps with digestive issues.
– Hot Pepper Flakes.
– Hot Sauce.
– Lemon Grass.
– Mustard Seeds.
– Onion Flakes.
– Onion Powder.
– White Pepper.
– Red Pepper Flakes.
– Sea Salt.
– Soy Sauce.
– Tabasco Sauce.
– Vanilla Beans.
– Vanilla Extract.
– Worcestershire Sauce.
Breads, Grains, Pasta, and Flours
Breads, Grains, Pasta, and Flours.
– Almond Flour.
– Almond Meal.
– Brown Rice Flour.
– Brown Rice Tortilla.
– Coconut Flour.
– Ezekiel Sprouted Bread.
– Ezekiel Sprouted Rolls.
– Naan Bread.
– Oat Bran.
– Brown Rice Penne.
– Rice Bran.
– Sprouted Wheat Tortilla.
Vinegars and Wines
Vinegars and Wines.
– Apple Cider Vinegar.
– Balsamic Vinegar.
– Red Wine Vinegar.
– Rice Wine Vinegar.
– Red Wine.
– White Wine.
Beans and Legumes
Beans and Legumes.
– Black Beans.
– Dried Peas.
– Garbanzo Beans.
– Kidney Beans.
– Lima Beans.
– Navy Beans.
– Pinto Beans.
Other Information on Healthy Foods
Other Information on Healthy Foods. I want to provide you all the information you need so you can make the best decisions for your meal plans. The articles below will do just that for you.
– Whey Protein vs. Wild-Caught Salmon. Which is better? Should you choose a processed supplement or a whole food like wild-caught salmon? I'll tell you what choice you should be making.
– The True Purpose of Food. Here's an article I wrote about food many years ago. God gave us food for different many purposes, and here's one of them.
– Best Sources of Food for Maximum Fat Loss. You need to be eating only the best sources of food if you want to get MAXIMUM results.
– Free Guide to the Best Food Sources. You can download a free printable guide to the best food sources. Simply download and print out.
– Carbohydrates Are Premium Fuel. Why do carbohydrates have a bad reputation? That's because everyone has turned God's food into horrible food. The devil is the ruler of this world, and that evil comes through our food supply. Instead, have wholesome foods as God gave them to us and you won't have to worry about bad carbohydrates.
– Top 10 List of Carbohydrate Foods. It's actually impossible to list out the best 10 foods as they all have extreme benefits. But I did so here many years ago.
– Protein, Carbohydrates, and Fat. All three of these are very important to your health and your progress in building muscle and burning fat. Learn the roles of each.
– Nutritional Value of Food. Real food is very powerful. If it's made in some nasty production plant, it's not real food. If it's highly processed, you need to avoid those foods. That's not food.
– Muscle Building Foods. Which foods are best for building muscle? Any idea? Find out here.
– List of Healthy Food. Here's a list of healthy food for you. Find out what you should be eating here.
– Fatty Acid Oils. Oils are great to increase your fatty acid intake and for purposes of cooking. Use these whenever possible to improve your health and muscle building.
– The Best Protein Sources. As you probably already know, protein is very important to building muscle. Protein is the building block of muscle. Here's a list of the best protein sources.
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