The TYTN Low-Carb Diet Plan: Eat Simple Foods, Enjoy Great Health ~ Now Available on Amazon!
The TYTN Low-Carb Diet Plan: Eat Simple Foods, Enjoy Great Health is NOW AVAILABLE in print from Amazon, or as an instant download e-book, with plans to be available on Kindle.
I'm offering this in e-book format at a special discounted rate ~ at least through the end of this year ~ for only a minimum $5.00+ donation.
The Trust Your True Nature (TYTN) Low-Carb Diet Plan is based on the traditional foods consumed by humans for thousands of years, prior to the Agricultural and Industrial Revolutions. It is an outline for a healthy diet, but can be modified according to one's personal needs and health goals.
The TYTN Low-Carb Diet Plan features many super simple meal suggestions and recipes ~ along with several color photos in the e-book version ~ that are quick to prepare, delicious and satisfying. I also share a bit of our own health journey as we experimented with the entire spectrum of dietary styles, most recently a very produce-rich, plant-based, and higher protein macrobiotic diet.
Based on our own experiences, and recent research, we do not recommend a vegan diet for most people long-term. Instead, we would advise those interested to consider a pesco-vegetarian diet that includes eggs, fish, and possibly small amounts of raw and/or whole-fat dairy products, rather than a vegan diet.
Foods included in the new TYTN Low-Carb Diet Plan
The TYTN Low-Carb Diet Plan includes animal foods as part of the foundational food choices as animal foods provide important nutrients, like iron, zinc, selenium, choline, and many B vitamins that can easily become deficient for long term vegans. They are in a more bio-available form, and easier to assimilate. (I list a few common symptoms of deficiency here.)
For many years, I believed the many advocates of vegan and vegetarian diets claiming that other than having Vitamin B12 levels checked, and getting adequate sun exposure, you can easily meet your needs from a well planned vegan diet.
However, whole grains, whole or refined grain products, and beans and legumes which contain phytic acids can block absorption of many of these nutrients, causing subtle, low-level deficiencies which can show up as significant symptoms over time.
As I wrote in The TYTN Low-Carb Diet Plan, while it is always best to choose the best quality foods you can budget, do not stress about it. Enjoy your food, and do your best! It's all about choices, and your choices can change over time.
Learn how to marinate and season meats so they come out perfectly tender and juicy.
Never Tire of Eggs ~ One of Nature's Most Nutritionally Balanced Foods
Learn how uncomplicated and enjoyable our simple meals can be, like our healthy low-carb snack recipes found here, and in The TYTN Low-Carb Diet Plan.
Grab your favorite stainless steel containers to take your delicious soups and snacks with you to go ~ like we do every work day ~ and save money from eating out, while minimizing waste in our already over-flowing landfills! It's a win-win!
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You can also learn how to make these super easy, four-ingredient Hemp, Chocolate Almond Power Bars ~ original recipe by Don.
In The TYTN Low-Carb Diet Plan, you can also learn how to customize your diet to best suit your needs, such as:
- Who may do better eating more frequent meals, versus fewer meals
- Who may better tolerate a higher consumption of carbohydrates.
After five+ years eating what I thought was a super nutrient-dense diet, I found myself prematurely aging, with dry skin, and ongoing loss of motivation and fatigue.
I rationalized these symptoms away, preferring to stick to the belief that eating animals was bad for our health. I figured I live in a dry climate, so my skin is dry. I am working hard, so I'm tired.
I learned never to doubt my own true nature, and the messages my body was sending me through my various symptoms, including ongoing phlegm congestion, horrible allergies, and lots of twitchy joint pain, to name a few.
Most startling is that I had a difficult time gaining muscle mass, and losing body fat while eating a low-fat diet!
Here is a look at the changes I made in only a few months of eating a low-carbohydrate, high-fat diet. I have chronicled my journey and show more pictures of my progress in my LivingYourTrueNature blog.
Learn how easy and enjoyable this lifestyle can be by reading more in The Trust Your True Nature Low-Carb Diet Plan: Eat Simple Foods, Enjoy Great Health!
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I am available to help coach you or would love to hear about your own success stories!
Check out The Trust Your True Nature Low-Carb Diet Plan, my favorite book to date. I know you'll enjoy this book, and achieve great results if you follow the TYTN Low-Carb Diet Plan basic outline.
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The key to The TYTN Low-Carb Diet Plan is to eat consciously and judiciously.
The diet can be as produce-rich as you tolerate. Some people love to eat lots of greens and vegetables, others do not. Eat enough for you. Trust your true nature!
Chx thighs marinated in lemon, cooked on stove top iron grill pan, served w/ big vegetable medley stir fry.
Simple pan-fried (or baked) cod w/ a bell pepper relish, and chopped radish greens salad