Our Favorite Foods

Raw butter, raw coconut butter, coconut oil, coconut cream, coconut milk, soaked chia seeds, raw chia seed oil, raw hemp seed oil,  raw hemp seed butter, raw flax oil, raw pumpkinseed oil, avocado, raw tahini
Raw honey, spinach, arugula, collard greens, sweet potato, potato, fennel, green beans, broccoli, summer squash, zucchini, apples, pears, fresh herbs, (all greens), heirloom tomato (regular tomato is too acidic), cucumber, berries, lemon/lime

Raw yogurt (also has good fats), raw cheese (also has good fats), raw buttermilk, whey, eggs, chickpeas, raw nut and seed milks, raw nut and seed pastes, sprouted legumes (ex. Mung beans).

(if you are not vegetarian: raw fish is best, only eat meat when you crave it – have in small portions and avoid eating meat every day)

*greens and quinoa are also high in protein


  • Make sure you have all three (protein fats and carbs) in every meal
  • Generally steam bake or fry your carbs (fruits veggies grains)
  • Add raw fats to hot/warm food only after the food has cooled enough for you to touch it for at least 3 seconds
  • Try to avoid gluten (wheat)  and replace with other gluten free alternatives (quinoa pasta, sprouted millet breads etc)
  • Avoid cold food and drinks
  • Avoid getting hungry- always bring a drink or snack with you ( ex. raw cheese cucumber or raw cheese and berries)
  • Avoid going  longer than an hour without a sip of a drink or something to eat
  • Avoid over eating and under eating – never full and never hungry


Onion, garlic, red chili, raw nuts that have not be soaked/ sprouted, coffee or alcohol on an empty stomach, gluten, night shades (ex: eggplant), pineapple, watermelon, banana (only have one or two a week)


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