What means healthy lifestyle?

DetoxWhat means healthy lifestyle?
It is recommend not to suddenly throw in a diet based mainly or 100% on fruits and vegetables (although this is human specific nutrition, homo sapiens), but to make a gradual transition towards this diet taking into .

We educate people and help them to realize the importance of each thing, so that everyone knows when to go to the higher level of detoxification (the man always has the wheel, he decides).

What foods to remove immediately

Assuming that you are currently on a diet based on processed, denatured, dead and dysfunctional foods, you must first eliminate the most harmful foods, ie:

  • Cereals and muesli for breakfast
  • Sweets and chips Processed foods, which come in canned food
  • Commercial meat products (ie everything found in the meat district at the supermarket)
  • Dairy (everything made from animal milk)
  • Ready-made and frozen foods (which are usually heated in the microwave oven) Hydrogenated oils and fats, plus low-temperature oils
  • Pastry Baked and fried seeds and seeds
  • White rice and products containing white rice
  • Products containing refined flour and refined sugar
  • White potato and potato products
  • Refined salt

It is preferable to remove all these products immediately. The oil, the rice, the salt and the white potato (and all the products that contain it) will be the first ones eliminated. Below are healthier alternatives to some of the above products, which can be used in the transition diet to specific human nutrition, based on fruits and vegetables.

Healthier alternatives for oils (cold pressed variants are the healthiest):

    • Olive oil
    • Coconut oil
    • Avocado oil
    • Almond oil
    • Sesame oil
    • Healthier alternatives to white sugar:
    • Fresh fruits
    • Dried fruits
    • Leaves or extract of stevia
    • Raw honey, raw, organic


Healthier alternatives to white rice (and cereals in general):

  • Buckwheat
  • millet
  • quinoa
  • Amaranth
  • Cauliflower
  • The wild rice Slab (maize, not greased)
  • Healthier alternatives for white potatoes:
  • Sweet potatoes
  • pumpkin
  • Celery root


Healthier alternatives for refined salt:

  • Himalayan salt Mine salt (unrefined and not enriched)
  • Celtic salt Kelp (or lime) kelp powder
  • Sweet seaweed powder
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