Diet Guidelines and Recipes

Many of us struggle with changing our diet to a clean, healthy way of eating. Our life long habits are hard to break and are truly emotionally and psychologically attached!

Lets make something clear...


Lets start by de-programming our thought process and make a conscience decision to swap all the chemical laden foods for the healthy alternatives instead! You are NOT depriving your body of are fullfilling your bodies needs for a life long journey of health!

There are FOUR categories of unhealthy foods to avoid:

NO RED MEAT/SEAFOOD-Yes, this includes bacon and pork, shrimp, lobster, crab legs, scallops and most fish. SWAP for whole or ground Chicken and turkey, fresh water fish.

NO SUGAR-This includes honey, maple syrup, white sugar, powdered sugar, chocolate, peanut butter, most fruits, most alcoholic drinks, most salad dressings. SWAP for stevia, monk fruit, vanilla or amareto extract, bakers dark chocolate, whole unsweetened peanut butter,vinegarettes.

NO DAIRY-This includes Chicken eggs, butter, cheese, cows milk, cottage or cream cheeses, icecream. SWAP for quail eggs, almond, Ghee, Coconut or goats milk.

NO PROCESSED OR CANNED FOODS-This includes noodles, crackers, chips, most all canned foods, cereals, breads. SWAP for 100% vegetable noodles & crackers, kale chips, frozen vegetables, oatmeal.


Whole or ground chicken and turkey, oatmeal, spices and herbs, frozen vegetables, yams, squash, vegetable noodles, brown rice, dried beans, lentils, split peas, almond or coconut milk, pistachios, almonds, sunflower seeds, hemp seed, flax seed, coconut oil, avocados, romaine lettuce, fresh vegetables. There is alot more to add..but these are the essentials.


CHOCOLATE BOMBS RECIPE: (this is approx). Makes approx 3 gallons of chocolate bombs (if I remember correctly).

4 bars, pure Bakers Dark Chocolate
2 cups (approx) organic Coconut Oil (hard)
2 Cups Stevia (or to taste)
4 Capfuls Vanilla Extract (adjust to your sweetness)
****(melt these ingredients down on low heat in a saucepan, stirring consistently
ADD: (your choice of nuts or all): Crushed Walnuts, almonds, oatmeal, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, flax seed, chia seed, hemp seed, Pistachios, AND FOR EXTRA/Optional: No Sugar Organic peanut Butter or dried apricots (any dried fruit that is low in sugar) Allow to cool till slightly thickened, placing one spoonful in separate proportions on wax paper, spread out on a cookie sheet. Place in freezer for a minimum of 2-4 hours. Remove hardened Chocolate bombs from wax paper and place in quart or gallon freezer bags and keep frozen. Eat frozen as you wish! No need to thaw!


2 or 4 lbs Ground Turkey or Chicken
1 lrg Onion
1/2 Stalk of chopped Celery
1/4 Cup Coconut oil (this is your egg SWAP)
1 Cup chopped sweet peppers
1-2 Grated Carrots
2 cups (approx) Oatmeal
1/2 cup Chopped Broccoli (optional)
1/2 cup homemade ketchup sweetened with stevia (optional)
Seasonings to taste of Pink himalayan sea salt, Black pepper, garlic salt, garlic powder, parsley, oregano, basil, a dash of worstershire sauce.
Bake at 380 for approx 1 hour and throw in some carrots, yams in the roaster with it (any vegetable). Slather top of meatloaf with home made ketchup (no sugar).

CHILI RECIPE-(Wendy's Huge Pot) 5 quarts???

2-4 pnds Ground Turkey or Chicken
2 Large Onions
1/2 Stalk of Celery
2-4 cups of various dried beans (be sure to soak your dried beans the night before)
1 Gallon Frozen or fresh tomatoes
2-4 medium sweet or hot peppers (optional)
2-3 packets of chili seasoning (to taste)
ADDITIONAL SEASONINGS to taste: Cumin, Chili powder, onion powder, garlic salt, garlic powder, oregano, parsley, seasoning salt...and what ever else you wish to add to taste!

Cut up all veggies as you like...including tomatoes (leave skins on). Fill Big Pot 1/4 with water and throw in your tomatoes (hehehe). Let sit on medium heat to cook them down. In big frying pan...brown your meat and add all of your other vegetables till softened then add all of your spices. Throw the 2 together in the big pot and add all of your beans...season more to taste!


1 Whole box of 100% Vegetable Fetteccinni ( or however you spell it)
2 lbs Chopped Turkey or Chicken
1-2 Cups any vegetable (I like broccolli and peas in this)
2 cups ( more or less, how much sauce do you want?) Almond or Coconut Milk
1 Cup Stevia (more or less to taste)
1/8 Cup Baking soda (to thicken) Just add until you get the desired thickness
1-2 Cups shredded Goats Milk Cheese--YES!
COOKING INSTRUCTIONS: Brown your meat and sauteed your veggies with it, add peas at end. I add what ever seasoning I like to the meat and veggy: garlic powder and salt, pepper, parsley and chives.
Cook your noodles in a separate pot (duh) them though...veggy noodles cook faster! Strain when done and put to side.
Lets make your sauce: Add the Almond or coconut milk in a sauce pan and heat it up, adding garlic powder and garlic salt to it along with stevia to taste. Slowly add in your baking powder stirring in one cup of COLD Almond or Coconut milk and add heated milk to thicken to your liking, then add the Goats milk cheese, stir and take off heat.
Throw it all together (like in Wendys big pot)
BONUS! Have some of that RYE SOUR DOUGH BREAD on the side! With garlic GHEE Butter perhaps?