Pure Food


What is my version of pure food?


The best way to find out what is best for you, is to experiment through experience. In this workbook you are encouraged to study yourself, and associate your body signals/feelings/symptoms, with your thoughts and actions.

In other words when you feel a certain way, what do you do about it?

What is your habit when a feeling strikes? How can you replace your feeling->thought->action habit pattern to better serve you? There is only so much you can get from a diet book or a website. you have to do the hard work yourself. You have to research your self and take notes.

First you’ll take a look at what you do currently, and then you’ll build guidelines to help you replace the habits and routines that are not serving your goals.

When learning about food and its effect on the body, it can be easy to dive in too deep to the science and miss the main basic points. The basic point of how does something I ingest make me feel?

Furthermore, information can easily be contradicted by another person’s experience and their interpretation of that experience, therefor facts are almost irrelevant. Your particular experience is the only thing that matters when building your lifestyle, especially when it comes to food.

Many of our lifestyle habits stem from childhood, what we were taught at a young age plays a significant role in what we do today; because it is comfortable, homey, and natural. Anything we do that is different, is challenging. To make a change we need motivation, drive, and persistence.

At the root of it all our motivation is that, we want to be at ease, not to be identified with a “dis”ease. We want to feel comfortable in our own skin. We want to have a body that is willing and able to do the things we need and love to do.

Different approaches work for different people because everyone has different goals, priorities, and lifelong habits. When you identify yours, you can start to build a new way.

Learning your unique self is a continuously evolving process. Stick to the basics, basic foods (eating whole fruits and veggies) basic recipes, and work your way up.

Keep an open mind

An open mind that is ready to accept new information is important to grow. If you stay stuck in previous ways of thinking, there is no way to move forward.

That doesn’t mean you should accept every piece of information that you come across. When purifying, or filtering information, it is important to trust your intuition when you ask yourself does this align with who I am and what I truly want?


Analyze and question the information you find. Ask yourself…

  • Is this advice relevant?
  • Does this advice feel right for me?
  • Do I have all the information?
  • Can it be adjusted to fit me?
  • Have I experienced something different than what is suggested? Do I have something to add?
  • Is there alternative advice, I haven’t found yet?
  • Is there a better way to explain this information?
  • Find people, groups and/or communities you trust and can relate to.
  • Read/listen/watch documentaries, books, articles, journals, etc.
  • Save or share information to a place where you can easily find and refer to.
  • Go to the balance section and review content and people that peak your interest.