Interest in the controversial carnivore diet (a.k.a. zero carb) diet is booming! After trying low carb, paleo, and keto, for some people cutting out all carbs and plant foods is the next logical step in their nutritional journey, hopefully towards optimal health and diabetes control. But, to some, this sounds counterintuitive! Could eating only […]Continue reading
For most people, the optimal dietary approach seems to include a balance of plant and animal-based foods. Some people prefer more (or all) plants due to ethical or religious reasons, while others prefer to avoid vegetables and grains. Some people just don’t like veggies, while others struggle to digest plant fibres and find relief from […]Continue reading
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It’s no secret that there is no perfect diet for everyone. Your nutritional requirements depend on many factors, including your age, health status, activity levels, and goals.
I’ve spent a lot of time over the last couple of years designing prioritised food lists to suit a range of goals and situations. This article summarises this labour of love into what I hope will be a useful resource that will help a lot of people.
I have grouped the various food lists into the following categories:
foods to optimise your metabolic health (e.g. therapeutic ketosis, diabetes management, weight loss, bodybuilding, and athletic performance, etc.),
foods that boost specific nutrients associated with common health conditions,
ethical, philosophical and religious considerations, and
macronutrient and micronutrient extremes (low carb, keto, high protein, low protein, etc.).
For those of you who just want to know which foods you should eat more of, I have included the food lists up front.
If you want to understand how I have developed the various food lists, continue reading to the end of the article.Continue reading