Step by Step

How do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time! 

So take it one step at a time, each success will breed more success. 

Improving your health will be the reward.

Applying the Principles

Switch your Fats

For the quickest and easiest results, switch your fats.

Nourishing fats are Butter, Ghee, coconut oil, Lard (pigfat), Talow and Suet,(beef and lamb fat), Goose fat, Duck Fat.

Industrial fats can cause cancer, heart disease, immune  system dysfunction, sterility, learning disabilities, growth problems  and osteoporosis:  

  • All hydrogenated and partially hydrogenated oils
  • Industrially processed liquid oils such as soy, corn, safflower, cottonseed and canola
  • Fats and oils (especially polyunsaturated vegetable oils) heated to very high temperatures in processing and frying.

Children with behavioral problems respond quickly to nourishing fats.

Eat a nourshing Breakfast

Bacon and Eggs, sourdough toast with lots of butter, Soaked porridge with honey and nuts. Through away your boxed cereal, fake butter spreads, fill your body with real nourishment.

Aviod Low Fat Foods

Low fat foods are not complete foods leading to vitamin A deficiencies, avoid skinless poultry, low fat dairy and egg whites with out the yolks. Eat your meat with the fat on, it is there for a reason, eating fat will not make you fat! Shock! 

Highly Processed Foods

Boxed cereals, biscuits, crackers , microwave dinners and convenience food come at a great cost. Although they appear to be economical and time savers, they are fake foods. The longer the shelf life, shorter the human life!  

High Quality Pastured Animal Products

Pastured Beef, lamb, chicken, pork and dairy will contain higher quality fats and vitamins than factory farmed animal products. The less stress the animal has in its life will reflect in the product. Most farmers will do better pricing for bulk orders, not only is it economical but it is excellent time management.

It pays to know your farmer! Know how your food is farmed and raised by having a relationship with your farmer.