PRINCIPLE 2


MAJOR IN PLANTS MINOR IN EVERYTHING ELSE

 

Focusing on vegetable-based nutrition is seriously a fountain of youth. This doesn’t mean you have to eat only plant based nutrition, you can still enjoy meats, but the key is to use meats and some grains (even though grains are plants) as “condiments” rather than main dishes. Plant-based nutrition is choosing mostly vegetables, moderate amounts of beans and nuts, and cautious handfuls of whole grains and fruits. The power of the plant compares to no other. Plants are loaded with antioxidants, minerals, vitamins, proteins, healthy fats, and complex carbohydrates - all the building blocks your body needs to efficiently and effectively produce the reactions in your body to perform at a high level. 

The SEACRET to majoring in plants is making sure that at least 60% of your plate is filled with vegetables, 20% in other plant based foods (i.e. nuts, fruits, healthy grains), then the last 20% in meats, preferably those from the sea!