Healthy Eating

"So, whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do all to the glory of God." - 1 Corinthians 10:31, ESV

Your overall health is determined mostly by your gut health and blood sugar levels. Poor gut health and inbalanced blood sugar levels can cause auto-immune diseases, heart disease, mental illness, diabetes, weight gain, and cancer. To maintain outstanding overall health, you must consume naturual, organic, nutrient rich foods and drinks with no added sugar, no additives, no processed ingredients, and no artificial ingredients such as chemicals or coloring; combined with adequte exercise, while also maintaining mental and spritual purity and clarity. Remember, it's important to drink plenty of water when switching to a healthy eating lifestyle, and you may experience short-term side-effects such as headaches cutting out heavy amounts of sugar or caffeine.

Starting a Healthy Eating and Drinking Lifestyle

  1. Detox and fast to cleanse your body of harmful toxins and reset your immune system.
  2. Replace foods that contain harmful ingredients and added sugar with alternatives.
  3. Consume food with Organic, NonGMO, Certified Humane, and Grass Fed labels.
  4. Consume nutrient rich food and healthy diets with vitamins, minerals, and probiotics.
  5. If you can't consume nutrient rich food for various reasons you may want to supplement with vitamins and other natural supplements.
  6. Practice healthy eating habits.
  7. Follow health advocates to stay up-to-date on health advice and find more resources.


Look for these labels to avoid harmful chemicals and processed ingredients.
Organic, NonGMO, Certified Humane, and Grass-Fed


Organic means no pesticides and herbicides such as glyphosate (Round-Up) produced from gas and oil, no synthetic chemicals, no anti-biotics, and 100% organic feed for livestock. Also NonGMO.
NonGMO means no geneticaly modified ingredients.
Certified Humane means nutritious diet, with no antibiotics, no hormones, raised with shelter, resting areas, and suffiencent space (cage free) to engage in natural behaviors.
Grass Fed means animals roam free and eat grass and not a grain and byproduct diet.
Restorative/Regenerative Farming means using natural methods to enrich, maintain soil health and diversity.
Wild Caught means fish were caught in the wild instead of being farm raised that contain toxins and are given antibotics.


Nutrient Rich Food


Avoid Atkins, Keto, Nutrisystem, Paleo, and SlimFast. Go for diets like a Mediterranian Diet that is similar to what Jesus ate. It is realistic, sustainable, and offers a variety of items. It focuses on fish, fruits, nuts, seeds, vegetables, and whole grains (sprouted).


Cucumber water, coconut water, kombucha, matcha green tea, whole milk.


Apples, berries (acai, blueberries, raspberries, strawberries), broccoli, bone broth (chicken), beets, carrots, celtic salt, coconut oil, cucumbers, dark chocolate (in moderation), eggs, grape fruit, grass-fed beef, honey (Manuka), lamb, nuts (almonds, brazil, cashew, pecans, walnuts, etc.), pineapple, pink Himilayan salt, plantain chips, salmon (wild Alaskan), seeds (chia, flaxseed, pumpkin), seaweed, spinach, yogurt.

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Vitamins and Supplements

If you don't have time or have other reasons for not being able to consume healthy nutrient rich foods daily, or your body is deficient in any of these, you may want to supplement with vitamins or other natural supplements.

Vitamin D3 and Calcium
Probiotics, Vitamin B12, K
Echinacea, Elderberry, Probiotics, Zinc
Omega-3 fatty acids (fish oil)
Mental Health
Omega-3 fatty acids (fish oil), Vitamin D3
Skin and Eyes
Vitamin A, C, E
Stress and Energy
B vitamins and B12

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Cook with 100% avacado oil, coconut oil, or grass-fed butter. Don't use seed oils.


Detoxing is dieting to remove toxins from your body faster than your body naturually does. It removes pollutants, synthetic chemicals, heavy metals, and processed foods, which can negatively affect your health. Specific foods and drinks can remove toxins better than others.

Cucumber water, kombucha, matcha green tea

Foods and Herbs
Berries (acai, blueberries, etc.), broccoli, bone broth (chicken), beets, chia seeds, cucumbers, grape fruit, milk thistle, nuts (almonds, walnuts, etc.), seaweed, spinach


There are many various types of fasting. It's broken down into mainly two categories. Short-term or intermittent fasting and a longer 3-Day fast. Always check with a doctor before starting any type of fasting. There are a few side effects.


Also known as intermittent fasting, this involves eating for a specific amount of hours followed by fasting for a certain amount of hours. A popular version includes eating for 8 hours and then not eating for 16 hours. If you time this accordingly, it is just skipping breakfast. Eating for a small amount of time uses less of your energy to digest the food, giving you more energy throughout the day.

Types 14/10, 16/8, 21/3, alternate day fasting, 24-hr fast


A 3-day fast can reset your immune system, discard dead cells through autophagy, and provide other health benefits. Here is an approximate hourly breakdown of the stages of this type of fast. During a 3-day fast you may need to take electrolyte supplements (calorie free) to provide energy.

4-8 hours blood sugar drops
12 hours food digested, hgh (human groth hormones) increases
16 hours fat burning begins
18-20 hours autophagy and ketosis begins
24-48 hours autophagy increases and brain cleaning
48-54 hours hgh increases, inflammation falls, insulin sensitivity increases
72 hours autophagy peaks, immune cell refresh, stem cells forming

Eating Habits

Added Sugar

Added sugar is not necessary and causes all sorts of health issues. It's hidden in many commson household staples, not just candy, soda, and junk food. Artificial sugars still cause many of the same health issues.

Mental Issues, anxiety, dementia, depression, hyper activity, memory loss, migraines, and sleep issues.
Body Issues, constipation, diabetes, kidney and liver damage, fertility issues, gut biome damage, inflammation, skin aging, tooth decay and gum disease, and weight gain.
Health Risks, blood clots, cancer, feeds viruses, hormonal imbalance, supress the immune system, and strokes.

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Harmful Ingredients to Avoid

Acesulfame Potassium
Added Sugar
Artificial Flavors
Aspartame (Nutrasweet)
Autolyzed Yeast Extract
Bleached Flour
Blue #1
Blue #2
Calcium Peroxide
Calcium Propionate
Canola Oil
Caramel Color
Citric Acid
Corn Oil
Corn Syrup
Cottonseed Oil
Enriched Flour
Fructose or Fructose Syrup
Gellan Gum
Green #3
Guar Gum
High Fructose Corn Syrup
Hyrdoloyzed Proteins
Locust Bean Gum
Monosodium Glutamate (MSG)
Natural Flavors
Postassium Benzoate
Partially Hydrogenated Oils
Propyl Gallate
Red #3
Red #40
Sodium Benzoate
Sodium Nitrate
Sodium Nitrite
Sodium Phosphate
Soybean Oil
Soy Protein Isolate
Sucralose (Splenda)
Stevia Extract (rebaudioside A or reb A)
Synthetic Vitamins
Titanium Dioxide
Yeast Extract
Yellow #5
Yellow #6

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Health Advocates and Resources

These health advocates have websites, socials, product lines, and other resources for healthy eating.

Dr. Axe
Food Babe

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NOTE: This is not medical advice, only simple, yet effective health tips. Please consult your doctors to construct a healthy living and dietary plan.