The films and people listed above can be found on the internet through YouTube, Netflix, FMTV, etc.
We do not have any affiliation with any of the above mentioned films or names.
We have found these sources to be excellent forms of nutritional education.
We hope this information can help set free anyone who is in bondage to the "Standard American Diet". We promote unadulterated whole foods and daily physical activity. We preach against what makes the body toxic, like smoking, alcohol, caffeine, and ultra refined sugars. We encourage lifestyle changes and have no tolerance for excuses or compromise.
Webster's Definition 1. That which is eaten or drunk or absorbed for the growth and repair of organisms and the maintenance of life; nourishment; nutriment; aliment.
FDA's Definition 1. Articles used for food or drink for man or other animals.
The United States Food and Drug Administration is preoccupied with pharmaceuticals, vaccines, food contamination prevention, tobacco use, etc. These are only some of the FDA's responsibilities that make up the majority of its budget.
Meanwhile the American people are not protected against the toxic processed "food like" substances that promote over consumption, deplete nutrition, and ultimately cause sickness and disease.
These are the two most common questions asked from your typical omnivore. Now the question of more importance is; Where do you get your Fiber?
For Example: 8 oz of Kale has 10 g of protein, 350 mg of Calcium, 8 g of Fiber, and all the Vitamin C, A, & K needed for a day. Not to mention a wide spectrum of minerals, B-Vitamins, Omega-3 Fats, and some of all the essential amino acids.
Protein is made by plants, animals just store it. Animal protein is very acidic and for the body to balance the PH it must release Calcium from the bones. For every 1 g of animal protein consumed you can expect to loose 1 mg of Calcium through your urine. Calcium obtained from plants is more readily absorbable without the harmful side effects.
Lentils, Peas, Spinach, Millet, Kale, Broccoli, Buckwheat, Brussel Sprouts, Asparagus, Almonds, Collards...
Spinach, Collards, Kale, Swiss Chard, Lettuces, Rhubarb, Mustard & Turnip Greens, Broccoli, Sesame & Chia Seeds...
Sprouting is a great way to get familiar with real foods and observe their different stages of growth. Sprouts are more nutrient dense than the mature plants they become. The website links below are loaded with sprouting info, seeds, and supplies. The most economic and very simple way to get started is with wide mouth quart sized ball jars and some insect screen, like shown in the picture below.
Enzyme and Probiotic Rich Chickpea Tempeh
Many markets with bulk food sections will sell 25lb and 50lb sacks of dry goods directly to you usually at a 10% to 15% discount. For online convenience, especially for those who live out of range of high quality markets, there is always Honeyville.
This is a great interactive free website that provides you with detailed nutritional facts for just about any food you can think of. Cronometer is helpful for figuring out proper portion sizes and adding or removing certain foods based on nutritional content or lack there of.