Nutrition and Eating

When it comes to nutrition and eating, it is important that you get this clear… eat live foods! Get as many fresh fruits, vegetables, and live foods into your diet as you possibly can and make them the main part of your overall diet.

You should include lean sources of protein such as poultry, fish, nuts, healthy whey, and beans.


It’s also a great idea and practice to eat balanced meals and avoid overeating (no matter how good it taste). Learn to stop eating before you bust a gut and feel totally lousy. Besides the feeling (lousy from over doing it), you’re putting your digestive system into overdrive and “that simply ain’t good.”


In order to control your eating better, snack during the day, but don’t snack the bad way that leads to unhealthy lifestyles. Instead, snack on whole foods such as fruit, vegetables and nuts. If you want to give your immune system the best shot out there, avoid processed foods especially those that contain artificial sweeteners or colors, hidden sugars or excessive fat.


Breakfast is Sweet


Getting a healthy breakfast to begin your day is one of the best things you can do for yourself as far as eating. It sets you up so that you have energy and fuel for optimal mental and physical performance. However, be sure you’re eating good stuff. In our day and age, it is a bit more trickier than before.


Cereal and oatmeal won’t cut it anymore. Instead, throw in the eggs, a serving of meat (or protein if you’re a vegan or vegetarian), fruit, veggies, and if you supplement (which you should), do it well for breakfast.


Eating a good breakfast helps to maintain stable blood sugar levels and a healthy weight because you are less likely to overindulge throughout the day.


Our bodies are made mostly of water. Most fluids and foods contain water that will help to keep our bodies hydrated, but fresh, clean, plain water is still the best and healthiest beverage for maintaining a healthy body.
It is the most natural cleanser for our organs and digestive system. Being hydrated is crucial for the brain as well as for helping to flush toxins out through the skin (perspiration) and urine.