Healthy Foods

SNACKS


Go Raw SunFlower Seeds

Bubbies Sauerkraut

Raw Almonds

Wholly Guacamole

Paleonola Granola

Name

MEALS


Eggs

Deviled Eggs

Name

Cracked Pepper Turkey

London Broil Roast Beef

Black Forest Ham

Wild Alaska King Salmon

Shrimp

Perdue Chicken Breasts

Organic Ground Beef 85/15

Organic Ground Beef 85/15

Organic Ground Beef 93/7

CONDIMENTS


Premier Pink Salt

Stevia Sweet Herb

Keto Stevia

Monkfruit Sweetener

Tropical Traditions Coconut Oil

Aroy-D Coconut Milk

NOW Better Stevia

Vanilla Extract

Name

Marlisa's

Marlisa's

MCT Oil

VEGGIES


SWEETS


Dr. John's Peppermint

Lily's Baking Chocolate

OCHO Coconut

SLENDERIIZ Approved Food List


PROTEIN
Chicken - (free-range, raised without hormones is best)
Eggs - (free-range)
Grass-Fed Beef (ground, steak, tips, roast)
Turkey - (fresh, not preserved lunch meat)
Turkey Bacon - (nitrate free)
Any White Fish - (wild is best, not farm-raised) Halibut, Tilapia, Flounder, Salmon & Tuna, Lobster, Crab, Shrimp
Quinoa, Organic Tofu, Raw or Sprouted Nuts (not as low in calories, or as filling as quinoa and tofu)
Beans - (high in calories for small amounts)
Low-carb Protein Bar

HEALTHY FATS
These fats are building blocks to support a healthy immune system. You should reserve a minimum of 250–300 of your calories for these fats.
—Coconut Oil (may be used safely for cooking
1 tbsp = 100 calories)
—2 oz of chia seeds, hemp seeds, raw pumpkin seeds, raw walnuts or 2 tsp of their cold pressed oils (may be used for salad dressing)
—Avoid vegetable and other seed oils completely

VEGETABLES
Beet Greens
Broccoli
Cabbage
Carrots
Cucumbers
Dill Pickles
Green Beans
Green Leaf Lettuce
Kale
Onions
Peas
Romaine Lettuce

FRUITS
Organic fruits are best. Best Choice for lowest sugar content:
Apples
Strawberries
Blueberries
Blackberries
Raspberries
Tomatoes
2ND BEST:
Pears
Peaches
Plums
Fresh Figs
Kiwi
3RD BEST:
Oranges
Tangerines
Nectarines

AVOID
Bread, chips, pretzels, flour, rice, cereals, pasta, potatoes, sugar, chemical sugar-replacements, iodized (table) salt, roasted and salted nuts, commercial dairy products, vegetable oils, sodium-rich foods such as canned soups, processed meats, and trans fats.

OTHER RESOURCES