Here is a reminder of the basic way we have always eaten. Mostly plants. Mostly wholefoods. Greens dominating the plate. Lots of fibre. Lots of colour. This is how I eat. A plant-based wholefood diet. Very cool for your fridge door or wherever the food is!
This is a 'Jason' version of the varied and controversial official food pyramids. It is a basic guide, a support, an inspiration, an overview. Print it and stick it up somewhere you will look at it while getting food, preparing food, cooking food or buying food!
This is a question I get asked at almost every seminar I do. Have you ever had someone say "I never eat soy because of all the phytoestrogens. I read about it on the internet so it must be true..." Well, maybe, maybe not…. Let's bust the myth. Soybeans are GOLD!
Centenarian Juanita Black, age 105, said the key to her longevity was green tea. I believe that for most people, simply moving from coffee to good quality fresh green tea is one of the easiest and best things you can do for your long-term health.
Grapefruit is super gentle on digestion, high in fibre, bursting with living enzymatic activity, it stimulates the liver to detoxify the body, has prebiotics, is packed with vitamin and plantioxidant components AND contains naringenin to naturally help burn fat!
There are six food groups that contain fibre. Fibre runs, feeds and cleans your digestive system, which gives you your entire health profile - good or bad, disease or health. Your digestive system is the most important part of the human body. Take care of it.
Boy is this recipe a hit! Our granddaughter Hadassah loves helping me make this and the family have always demolished this within a day so I often make two at once now! It is a delicious, high-fibre, antioxidant-rich delight. I hope you enjoy it!
Here I am talking and reminding you about why a high-fibre plant-based diet is so important. Fibre is the critical factor that runs your digestive system. You can mix it up the way that suits you best but always remember; plants = fibre = longevity.
There are so-called ‘health experts’ saying fruits should not be eaten because they are so high in sugar. This is such a pile of doggie-doo it is hard to know where to start. The lowest cancer rates generally exist where the fresh fruit intake is highest. Duh.