- Eat full-fat milk products from pasture-fed cows, preferably raw and/or fermented, such as raw milk, whole yogurt, kefir, cultured butter, whole raw cheeses and fresh and sour cream. (Imported cheeses that say "milk" or "fresh milk" on the label are raw.)
- Use animal fats, especially butter, liberally.
- Source as much organic food as possible.
- Avoid GMO foods which are especially found in soya, maize and cotton oil.
- Choose the whole food option.
- The rough unrefined option is always best.
- Choose the raw option in summer and the cooked option in winter.
- Eat as little refined food as possible especially wheat, sugar, fizzy drinks, tea, coffee, chocolates and processed meats.
So what is all the hype about Vitamin D?
There are Vitamin D receptors in the bones but also the brain, breasts, prostate as well as the intestines, lungs, pancreas and adrenal medulla. Doctors testing Vitamin D are finding that most people (about 90% or more) are vitamin D deficient in Australia and South Africa, where sunshine is abundant.
The goal is to achieve optimum health. If you have a burning desire to change unhealthy lifestyle habits, read on. A healthy lifestyle should become a new permanent way of life and not just a new temporary diet fad. Welcome more energy, better mood, decreased physical pain and suffering and greater productivity.
Spend at least five minutes every morning planning your day, visualising exactly what you wish to achieve. Include future plans, your ideal weight, health, job, house, relationship. A healthy mind leads to a healthy body.