16Get ready for your T School!

We’re getting the party started on Saturday, January 17th with our FREE Sugar, Stress and Hormones workshop with Tina Sprinkle and Dr Alicia Johnson, ND

But you don’t have to wait until then to get your mind wrapped around eating in a whole new way.

How about eating real food for a change?

Fresh veggies, fruits, lean proteins and nuts and seeds.  That’s called a Paleo Nutrition template and we’re here to share the love with you so you can get the body you want.   So prepared to be educated and feel wonderful!

AND if you’re not quite ready to take the Paleo leap even after reading about the benefits, you can still be successful at T School just by learning to EAT CLEAN, NO PROCESSED FOODS!

Paleo Lifestyle 101 Tips – Simple and easy to understand so you can get started!

  • If it is in a box, you probably should not eat it!
  • Eat when you are hungry, do not eat when you are not! Don’t worry about calorie counting.
  • Cut out cereal and grains from your diet…including wheat, rye, barley, oats, corn, rice, soy, peanuts, beans, and peas.
  • nutrition1Your diet should be high in fat, moderate in protein, and low to moderate in carbohydrates.  Protein sources should be from free-range, pasture-raised, grass-fed, or wild-caught sources. If we are cutting grains out of our diet, then why would you eat meat that was fed grains.
  • Fat is good, as long as it is good fat, but cut out hydrogenated and vegetable oils…including margarines, soybean oil, corn oil, peanut oil/butter, canola oil. Olive, coconut, and avocado oil are your choices.
  • Eliminate sugar. This means no soft drinks, processed juices, or anything packaged.
  • Eat large amount of fresh or frozen vegetables, either cooked or raw. This is your carb source. Good carb options after working out are sweet potatoes or yams.
  • Consume low to moderate amounts of fruits and nuts. Most fruits you consume should be low in sugar and high in antioxidants (berries are best!) Nuts should be high in omega-3’s and low in omega-6’s (macadamia nuts are best!). Fruits and nuts should be reduced to a minimum or cut out if you have autoimmune or digestion issues or if you are wanting to lose fat faster)
  • benefits of paleo lifestyleCut out dairy. Some “real” butter is okay. If you can’t live without dairy, consider raw, full-fat, and/or fermented dairy.
  • Cut stress out of your life to decrease cortisol levels. Get enough sleep (at least 8 hours) and try to wake-up without an alarm.
  • Do not over-train.  Take extra time off if your body is tired, sore, fatigued. Personally, I shoot for exercise 5x/week with a day off every 2-3 days.

    To kick the T School program off, we all give up sugar for the first 21 days together!  That’s right, we start by getting all simple carbs out of our diets and our bodies!

    21 day sugar detox bookThis jumpstart is built upon the book, The 21 Day Sugar Detox, by Diane Sanfilippo.  Owner & Founder of Balanced Bites and New York Times best selling author of Practical Paleo,  Ms Sanfilippo is a Holistic Nutritionist specializing in Paleo nutrition, blood sugar regulation, food allergies/intolerances and digestive health.

    The 21-Day Sugar Detox is a clear-cut, effective, whole-foods-based nutrition action plan that will reset your body and your habits! Tens of thousands of people have already used this groundbreaking guide to shatter the vicious sugar stronghold.   I did it- Now it’s your turn!

    As a group, we’ll use the easy-to-follow meal plans and more than 90 simple recipes in this book to bust a lifetime of sugar and carb cravings in just three weeks.   Click here to order your copy of this fabulous book now!

Sound interesting?  It is!   Learn more about eating clean and joining T School by clicking here!

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