With a nutritional form that suits you, you should distinguish between short-term healing diets and a species-appropriate diet for us humans. In the short term, it can make sense to do without certain foods (animal protein, nightshade plants, foods with high histamine levels, foods with high levels of minerals, which according to a hair mineral analysis you already exceed, etc.)
I have described such diets in my books: The Leaky Gut Diet, the Anti-Candida Diet. The evaluation of a hair mineral analysis gives lists of favorable and unfavorable foods according to the body’s mineral content.
Our organism is well equipped to utilize animal protein well, due to its hunter-gatherer past, if the food is
- of good origin is (can live and eat humanely and appropriate to its species)
- is not exposed to excessive heat (grilled, burned) but cooked or braised
- there are always breaks in the consumption of protein (our ancestors have not always been lucky in hunting, so we are not only used to fasting from time to time for a day or two, our body even benefits from it by purifying itself)
- You have sufficient stomach acid and good digestion (but this also applies to the utilization of other foods)
There are some foods which we as an organism with our human metabolism have not yet found a good manner to use. Genetically speaking, we are only about 100 generations away from our hunter-gatherer past. This is evolutionarily very short and not enough to change our metabolism!!
The foods to avoid include:
- Grain and everything that is made from cereals (pasta)
- Milk and milk products
- Soy and soy products
- Tropical fruits
- Fruits daily consumed (fruits were available only seasonally and for short periods)
For ethical reasons, it is important without “ifs and buts” to respect animal welfare or to renounce animal protein.
Therefore in the long term, there remains a diet that can be summed up in a nutshell:
A meal is composed of the three nutrient areas:
- Fats (oils)
The guideline for protein is your own body weight in kilograms. What you weigh in kg you need in grams in a meal. With a bodyweight of 80 kg you need on the plate: about 80g of meat, poultry, eggs. With fish a quarter more, so about 100g.
The rest of your meal should have fibrous and aqueous carbohydrates. This is how you name different vegetables, salads, herbs, berries or mushrooms.
Take as a third component enough fat or oil. (one to one and a half tablespoons). Highly recommended is cold-pressed olive oil (use cold), coconut oil (which may be heated too). Also animal fat (butter, ghee, bacon, it should be good quality and not be heated too high)
Please avoid or reduce all concentrated carbohydrates from cereals (bread and baked goods, pasta) as well as potatoes, sugar, but also sweet fruits and dried fruits and all alcoholic beverages. All of these foods are exceptions to the diet for healthy people.
And another thing:
If you need to study package contents, you are already far from natural, untreated foods!!
Nothing is written on food, only on the grocery bag: “Fresh from the farm!” Or “Fresh fish”
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