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“Every single time you eat or drink, you are either feeding disease or fighting it.”

Observing thought and practicing the skill of mental malleability is our top priority.

Food is second in line, sort of. What we consume is almost more important than what we think, simply because food alters thought. The mound of neurons and glial cells in your skull we call the brain, could technically be referred to as your second brain. Your gut is your first brain, developed eons before the human brain ever evolved. What goes into your stomach influences thought, mood, energy, attention, hormones, and cognition.

We are very strict consumers of real food, reading the ingredients of everything we consume, and paying close attention to every molecule we allow into our biome.

If you came to our house, you wouldn’t find any synthetic preservatives, food dyes, genetically modified products, or imitation foods. We are very Mediterranean in our dietary practices. Very little meat (if any), mostly vegetables, fruits, eggs, chocolate, juices, and spices. All of them organic, pasture-raised, and free of toxic ingredients. We consume very little dairy. We don’t drink cows milk, we prefer oat and almond. We drink clean refreshing spring water and steer clear of acidic bottled waters such as Dasani or Aquafina.

If you are experiencing skin conditions, headaches, agitation, aggression, mood swings, lack of libido, arthritis, or most any other ailment, it is more than likely due to the momentum of toxic ingredient consumption throughout your life expressing itself as illness. It is globally pandemic and utterly tragic.

It almost feels inescapable. For example, kids school cafeteria lunches, 95% of the products at your conventional grocery store, fast food and dine-in restaurants, hospital food, jail food, halloween candy, christmas cookies, birthday cakes, back yard barbeques, popsicles, church potlucks, and stadium snacks… ALL TOXIC FOOD with short and long term health-compromising side effects. It’s everywhere, it is a plague in and of itself.

You are

what you eat

Kids are kids, right?


If you’re wondering why your kids are so loud, crazy, agitated, uncontrollable, restless, or emotionally unstable, look in your kitchen, it’s because of what they are consuming. They don’t want to act out the way they do. They don’t want to feel the way they do. They want to feel good. But if we keep feeding them GMO’s, corn syrup, copious amounts of processed sugars,  artificial flavors, preservatives, food colorings, and a slew of other toxic ingredients, they are going to remain as they are.

Furthermore, we are setting them up for a lifetime of unassuming addictions, mental and emotional discrepancies, and physical maladies.

Slide the divider to the left to see the result of kids eating crap food and to the right to see kids that are consciously fed.

Below you will find articles, documentaries, and resources to inform and empower you to make optimal decisions when it comes to what you eat and what you feed your children.


Scroll through the following selections of food-based documentaries and click on a title that interests you. Grab some NON-GMO popcorn and prepare to have your minds blown, your brains wrinkle, your hearts swell, and to have your lifestyle choices about to change for the better…

Top 10 Food Ingredients You Want To Avoid

Most of us don’t think of the food we eat as poison, but many of the ingredients commonly found in processed foods can be considered toxic. Even those approved by the almighty FDA. By “toxic,” I mean chemicals or highly processed ingredients that aren’t good for you or can cause harm to your health. I’m talking about refined grains, trans fats, high fructose corn syrup, and all the other artificial junk you can’t even pronounce on the ingredient lists. Any food that has been canned, dehydrated, or had chemicals added to it is a processed food, and these foods make up a vast majority of the average western diet.

1. Palm Oil

When a regular fat like corn, soybean, or palm oil is blasted with hydrogen and turned into a solid, it becomes a trans fat. These evil anti-nutrients help packaged foods stay “fresh,” meaning that the food can sit on the supermarket shelf for years without ever getting stale or rotting. Eating junk food with trans fats raises your “bad” LDL cholesterol and triglycerides and lowers your “good” HDL. These fats also increase your risk of blood clots and heart attacks. Avoid palm oil and other trans fats like the plague, and kiss fried foods goodbye too, since they’re usually fried in one of these freakish trans-fatty oils.

2. Shortening

Ditch any food that lists shortening or partially hydrogenated oil as an ingredient, since these are also evil trans fats. In addition to clogging your arteries and causing obesity, they also increase your risk of metabolic syndrome. Choose healthier monounsaturated fats, such as olive, peanut and canola oils and foods that contain unsaturated omega-3 fatty acids instead.

3. White Flour, Rice, Pasta, and Bread

When a whole grain is refined, most of its nutrients are sucked out in an effort to extend its shelf life. Both the bran and germ are removed, and therefore all the fiber, vitamins, and minerals. Because these stripped-down, refined grains are devoid of fiber and other nutrients, they’re also easy to digest — TOO EASY. They send your blood sugar and insulin skyrocketing, which can lead to all sorts of problems. Replace processed grains with whole grains, like brown or wild rice, whole-wheat bread and pasta, barley, and oatmeal.

4. High Fructose Corn Syrup

The evil king of all refined grains is high fructose corn syrup (HFCS). The amount of refined sugar we consume has declined over the past 40 years, but we’re consuming almost 20 times as much HFCS. According to researchers at Tufts University, Americans consume more calories from HFCS than any other source. It’s in practically EVERYTHING. It increases triglycerides, boosts fat-storing hormones, and drives people to overeat and gain weight. Adopt my zero-tolerance policy, and steer clear of this sweet “poison.”

5. Artificial Sweeteners

Aspartame (NutraSweet, Equal), saccharin (Sweet’N Low, SugarTwin), and sucralose (Splenda) may be even harder on our metabolic systems than plain old sugar. These supposedly diet-friendly sweeteners may actually be doing more harm than good! Studies suggest that artificial sweeteners trick the brain into forgetting that sweetness means extra calories, making people more likely to keep eating sweet treats without abandon. Nip it in the bud. Scan ingredient labels and ban all artificial sweeteners from entering your mouth.

6. Sodium Benzoate and Potassium Benzoate

These preservatives are sometimes added to soda to prevent mold from growing, but benzene is a known carcinogen that is also linked with serious thyroid damage. Dangerous levels of benzene can build up when plastic bottles of soda are exposed to heat or when the preservatives are combined with ascorbic acid (vitamin C). Don’t risk it, people.

7. Butylated Hydroxyanisole (BHA)

BHA is another potentially cancer-causing preservative, but it has been deemed safe by the FDA. Its job is to help prevent spoilage and food poisoning, but it’s a major endocrine disruptor and can seriously mess with your hormones. BHA is in HUNDREDS of foods. It’s also found in food packaging and cosmetics. BHA has many aliases. You can look them up. Or you can follow my advice and DITCH processed foods altogether.

8. Sodium Nitrates and Sodium Nitrites

No that’s not a typo. These two different preservatives are found in processed meats like bacon, lunch meat, and hot dogs. They’re some of the worst offenders, and they’re believed to cause colon cancer and metabolic syndrome, which can lead to diabetes. Protect your health by always choosing fresh, organic meats.

9. Blue, Green, Red, and Yellow

The artificial colors blue 1 and 2, green 3, red 3, and yellow 6 have been linked to thyroid, adrenal, bladder, kidney, and brain cancers. Always seek out foods with the fewest artificial chemicals, especially when shopping for your kids. Look for color-free medications and natural food products that don’t contain artificial colors like these.

10. MSG

Monosodium glutamate is a processed “flavor enhancer.” While glutamates are present in some natural foods, such as meat and cheese, the ones exploited by the processed-foods industry are separated from their host proteins through hydrolysis. The jury is still out on how harmful MSG may be, but high levels of free glutamates have been shown to seriously screw with brain chemistry. Don’t fall prey to chemical flavor enhancing. Just play it safe and flavor your food naturally.