5 Favorite Protein Sources

  1. Wild caught salmon – Important source of omega 3 fatty acids, which help reduce inflammation. High in protein. Provides high levels of vitamin D.
  2. Chicken (organic, pastured) – More vitamins E, C, and beta-carotene than conventional chicken. Great source of protein.
  3. Eggs (organic, pastured) – Most bio-available protein source (which means your body will be able to use it).
  4. Beef (organic, grass fed and finished) – High in CLA, which is important to burn fat and lose weight. Also, great source of omega 3 fatty acids.
  5. Hemp – Approximately 31% protein with a high bioavailability rate, meaning the protein is highly usable by our body. Hemp is also rich in fiber and contains all 10 essential amino acids. Hemp is an excellent source of iron and magnesium.

5 Favorite Vegetables

  1. Leafy greens – The most nutrient dense foods. Contain the most vitamins and minerals such as potassium and Vitamin K, as well as lutein (antioxidants that fight disease).
  2. Carrots – Super high in beta carotene and soluble fiber.
  3. Bell peppers – High in bio-available vitamin C.
  4. Red cabbage – Good for your digestive tract. Part of the cruciferous family of veggies (known as the “disease fighters”).
  5. Broccoli – Another member of the cruciferous family.

5 Favorite Nuts & Seeds

  1. Almonds – Anti-inflammatory, high protein source.
  2. Pecans – Source of oleic acid (which aids in preventing breast cancer). Helps lower bad cholesterol. High in antioxidants.
  3. Cashews – An energizing food. Helps lower risk of heart disease. Also helps fight depression.
  4. Pumpkin seeds – Promotes overall prostate health. Contains L- tryptophan, a compound naturally effective against depression.
  5. Flax seeds – Helps lower blood pressure. Helps reduce blood sugar levels. Natura