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We mainly consume Dr. Sebi approved food. These are some of our favorite choices.
We absolutely love avocados and they are a staple in our diet. Since we intermittent fast, we tend to eat them with our second meal of the day, which usually consists of quinoa and chickpeas.
Great for the heart
Protect your vision
Protection against chronic disease
Proactive prevention from cancer
Reduce risk of depression
Chickpeas are amazing with just about anything. They are also a huge staple in our diet and we will never get tired of these crunchy, little guys.
Immune system booster’
Regulates blood sugar
Nervous system health
Help weight loss
Important Antioxidant benefits
This super food provides amazing benefits to the body and we try to consume a fair amount of it daily. We don't cook it, for the sake of not destroying the nutritious values, but that can apply to any fruit/vegetable.
Great anti-inflammatory food
High in potassium
High in iron
High in calcium
High in vitamin A (which helps with acne)
High in vitamin C (helps boost immune system
Amazing cardiovascular support
Mushrooms have a unique texture, which adds a little spin to your meals. They are great cooked and uncooked, but most of the time we throw them in with our second meal of the day.
Improve bone health
Boost immune system
Rich in selenium
Increase iron absorption
Aid weight loss
Zucchini is often overlooked by people, since they aren't the tastiest vegetable out there, but need to be a part of your diet. These cucumber look-a-likes are extremely beneficial to the body and i recommend eating them raw to reap their full benefits.
Protects cardiovascular system
Helps weight loss
Promotes men’s health
Maintains optimal health
Can help cure asthma
Helps vision health
Aids in the formation of collagen
These shiny peppers should always be kept in your kitchen. We personally have found they are best mixed with mushrooms and kale, squeeze a little lime over the top and you'll never get enough.
Help prevent the development of cataracts
Fat burners - boost metabolism
Great for hair and skin health - increases hair growth
Aids to maintain cholesterol levels
Immune system booster
Nourishes the fetus of a pregnant woman
Helps the nervous system
Ensures proper blood flow
Bananas are an absolute must! These are a part of our first meal. every day. We peel them and simply eat them, or we freeze them and blend them in smoothie bowls. Always start your days with fruit! The natural sugars provide great energy to get going.
Contain a plethora of nutrients
Moderate blood sugar levels
Improve digestive health
Aid with weight loss
Support heart health
High in fiber
Helps fight anemia
They say an apple a day keeps the doctors away, and I definitely agree! If you're constantly consuming the right foods, I promise health wont be an issue. These fruits provide unbelievable benefits and they're delicious!
Great for weight loss
Good for the heart
Potentially decrease risk of diabetes
Promote beneficial gut bacteria
Substances in apples may help prevent cancer
Help fight asthma
Aid in bone health
Great antioxidant benefits
I personally love pears, their texture is great and they are great for hydration. Don't forget about these, you want to keep your fruit consumption as diverse as possible!
Fights cardiovascular disease
Natural detox method
Boost immunity system
High in antioxidants
Prevent birth defects
Great for bone health
These are hands down, our absolute favorite. You can monomeal with these deliciously sweet fruits and it is actually great for you!
Rich in enzymes, which help break down proteins
Contain prebiotic dietary fiber, feeding good bacteria
Filled with two thirds of the daily recommended vitamin C intake
Improve hair and skin health
Boost immune system
Improve blood sugar regulation
Support eye health
I like to call peaches "beauty fruits." The reason for this is because they are actually great at maintaining your youthful looks.
Rich in antioxidants
Help prevent cancer
Great for the skin
Aid in weight loss
Good for the heart
Benefit digestive health
Help maintain vision
Promote brain health
Provide stronger bones and teeth
Beneficial during pregnancy
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