I get asked a lot…”what diet is right for me?” So…I have done the best I can in creating an infograph of the 6 most popular Real Food “diet’s” out there. The idea is not to favor one over the other (what works for one person might not work for another), but rather introduce the similarities.
When someone is “healthy” with no obvious labeled medical diseases, I would suggest a WAPF diet which is basically only eating real foods which means you can eat the same foods you eat now, but they must be converted to healthy ones. What does that mean?? It means you focus on quality – only animal products from wild, pastured, free-range; only dairy from animals that have been raised on pasture and preferably raw; local and seasonal produce from non-GMO seed; clean filtered water; healthy fats such as butter, ghee, coconut oil, palm oil, lard, tallow; fermented foods/probiotics; soaked/sprouted/fermented grains, legumes, beans, nuts and seeds and real salt (ditch the white table salt). CLICK HERE to find out more.
This list might seem like a lot of work, but through my work I introduce these concepts at an understanding of each person individually. Everyone needs the right approach, I hope this is an approach that speaks to you!!
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I did a similar post (http://knitwitliving.com/2013/06/19/choices/) about my food journey that had a flow chart (https://knitwitliving.files.wordpress.com/2013/06/foodjourney.jpg).
I am definitely going to do a post that includes a link to your site and this chart!
I love your flow chart, what a great idea to present a sort of “bio” (or whatever you want to call it) of your health journey.
It’s easy on the eyes that way 🙂
This is a great visual! I find a lot of these diets are used interchangeably when that is not so!
Thanks for this.
ps if you can bear to, you might want to make sure for all your work the poster leads to an actual link to your website. I was about to share then realised my viewers would have no idea where it came from. You’ve done loads of useful work for this. 🙂
Thank you for your comment. I originally had my blog at the bottom but it just looked too long so I decided to just put my blog name. I’m not sure how to put an actually link other than a link by clicking on the image, I’m still figuring all that out (new to the infographs, but loving it!)