The Present Consensus
Progress it seems, is short of a consensus on exactly what we should eat. Sam Harris, talking with Dr. Nina Shapiro, summed‑up this humiliation perfectly…
One of the greatest embarrassments to modern science is that we don’t have a rock-solid consensus of a healthy diet – Sam Harris (skip: 55:35)
Why does what we eat mystify?
There is no one perfect answer to diet for every single person.
That’s becasue over hundreds of thousands of years of human evolution, we have flourished to require very little food on a day-to-day basis. Yet when we do eat – our gut is organised to extract as much nutrients from that source.
Knowing this, we can simplify healthy eating.
Full Colour Diet
Fresh, & Nutrient-Dense
Fresh foods are most nutrient-dense and grow in nature.
Eating all the colours of the rainbow, is a great starting point. Any diet should hydrate, be high in nutrients and low in processed foods – which come in man-made packaging, making them easy to spot!
Eat in harmony
Locally sourced, seasonally available food is also optimal.