Low carb diet
Paleo diet – Pete Evans, award-winning Australian chef, talks about the benefits of paleo and a low-carb diet.
I can choose to cook food that potentially may cause you harm, or I can choose to cook food that we know it’s going to benefit you.
“I don’t know how to cook”
Food is Medicine
My job is to give you beautiful recipes and how to apply this onto your day-to-day life.
We’ve heard about the low carb movement.
This is how I’ve put together my paleo plate. I’ve read a book called Primal Body, Primal Mind by Nora Gedgaudas about 5 yrs ago and it just makes sense. She makes the case of moderate amount meat, she doesn’t promote excess meat, which I think it’s smart, especially with sustainability issues.
The Paleo Plate
- Palm size piece of meat or seafood
- Abundant of colorful vegetables (Above th eground preferably)
- Enough dietary fat to satiate in the form of avocados, olives, nuts, seeds, eggs, if tolerated and the most natural fat from animals.
- Add fermented vegetables and fermented beverages (Kombucha) for good gut health as well as daily bone broth.
- Herbs and spices to round it up.
As a chef, the first thing I learned in culinary school was how to make a broth. Bone broth is good for the gut and delicious. First culinary training starts with flavor. Chefs have as much nutritional training as doctors.
If you are trying to lose weight, for ten weeks load up on vegetables, the green vegetables, the white vegetables, cauliflower, broccoli, kale, beets, etc