Intro to food and eating

Introduction to food section. read more…

Eat healthy meat and animal products

I recommend eating good quality meat and animal products. Don’t each too much protein, because excess protein is stored as fat. read more…

Pantry essentials list: Non-perishable ingredients to have on hand

Here’s my list of standard, non-perishable ingredients to have on hand. It doesn’t include fresh food and other items that you buy to consume immediately. Let me know your feedback and suggestions. read more…

Why we cook

Cooking is the only way that we can really have control of our food. Prepare high quality ingredients simply. Don’t obsess about cookbooks. Cooking makes us human. read more…

Fasting: What it is, Why to try it

Fasting means voluntarily abstaining from all food for a discrete period of time that you have decided in advance. This teaches lifelong eating skills. read more…

Fasting: How to do a 24-hour fast

I recommend trying a mini-fast (24 hours or less) no more than once a week. After a meal, put down your fork, and decide to eat again in 24 hours. read more…

Salt: Eat real salt to taste

Salt is not evil. Real salt isn’t just salt. Eat real salt — which contains about 50 other minerals our body requires — to taste. Eat less refined salt. read more…

Whether and how to eat vegetarian

For human health, I recommend eating quality meat and animal products. Vegetarians need to be careful to protect their health, especially over years. read more…

Joel Salatin and Polyface Farms get back to normal

Joel Salatin is a third generation family farmer working his organic, grass-fed farm in Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley with his family. He has written several good books, including Folks This Just Ain’t Normal: A Farmer’s Advice for Happier Hens, Healthier People, and a Better World. read more…

Weston A. Price Foundation is eloquent advocate for healthy fats

The Weston A. Price Foundation is an eloquent advocate for eating healthy fats and animal foods. The Foundation is also a knowledgeable critic of government dietary guidelines and industrial food. read more…

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