Avoid at all cost:
-foods with gluten, grains, and especially whole grains
-soy, it's full of estrogen-mimicking phyto-estrogens (plant estrogens) and the latter is known to increase cancer in both female and male reproductive organs
. Traditionally, soy have been eaten in fermented form and only in small amounts in Asia. No more than that.
-MOST meats and dairy as industrial factory-farm animal products are not kosher and unclean.
-cooking with unsaturated oils (virtually all vegetable based oils) and anything cooked in it. Only uncooked, cold pressed sesame, olive, and other oils that existed in cultures for millennia are okay.
-processed/artificial sweets and sugar
Once you think about it, it seems you can virtually eat nothing precooked or premade from stores, nor go to restaurants. But it is easy to cook easy recipes at home. I am a college student but I cook mine quickly every day.
Do eat these liberally as you like (these are essential):
-pastured/grass fed butter (Kerrygold is widely available and cheap for its quality and can be found at Costco). Do not do the same with regular butter, as these are not the same
-authentic kefir (these are very powerful
, but you cannot find these in stores. Do search for this online though, it is worth it
, and they tend to be very cheap. I got mine only for $1 shipping cost from another person. Antibiotics in the body can mess up your gut flora, which is essential for immunity and digestion. Kefir is a cheap and potent way to get the flora back, and generally last longer than patented probiotics.)
-grass fed meats, like beef, bison, lamb, are okay to eat. Not sure about pork or chicken.
-use butter or virgin coconut oil as cooking oils rather than vegetable oils as they are stable due to being saturated. Saturated fats like butter, CO, and lard are the traditional cooking fats that have been used for thousands of years. Vegetable oils, even olive oil, were only used as dressings, never for cooking. They alter and become rancid as they get cooked.