Nutrient Dense Foods

To promote weight loss you can eat ’nutrient-dense’ foods such as vegetables (de-seed and peel night-shades), avocado 🥑 & in-season fruits, whole grains such as basmati rice, millet & sorghum, beans & lentils, seeds such as hemp seed, flaxseed, sesame seeds, and nuts such as blanched almonds, walnuts, pecans, pine nut, chestnut, Brazil nuts, macadamia nuts, & pistachios (1/2 cup a day). Also, pasture-raised eggs, pasture-raised poultry (2-4oz a day) lean grass-fed or grass-finished meats (4 oz a day), wild-caught seafood (2-4 oz a day), lowest fat A-2 milk or cheese (1oz a day) (casein-free), and nut or coconut 🥥 milk.

Recommendations come from @dr.gundry #PlantParadox lifestyle which has helped many people lose weight, heal from sickness, and restore their health. My family has converted over to this lifestyle and my son who has #IBD (#ulcerative colitis) came off his monthly infusions and is no longer on pharmaceutical drugs. My daughter who had #psoriasis has healed up. Me and my husband were low energy and overweight, feel much better. My low #thyroid returned to normal, doctors said I was pre-#diabetic, that was reversed.

If you have not picked up The Longevity Plant Paradox, it’s worth the read. If you are trying to lose weight try to eat mostly ’nutrient-dense’ foods. Let’s get healthy! Sharing is caring, share this information with one friend.

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Written by TheHealthySchoolBus

Researcher, educator, mother, Gundry MD Wellness Ambassador, passionate about my health, my family’s health and the health of our communities.

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