nutrition guideline

The Guideline gives you homework and articles to help you follow the following eight steps!

Step 1: Record your current diet
Step 2: Refine your current diet
Step 3: Macro’s and calories
Step 4: Labels and Macros continued
Step 5: Eating to improve gut health
Step 6: Eating to improve hormone function
Step 7: Refined diet to exclude chemicals
Step 8: Monitor and where to go from here

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How to read nutritional panels!

A very quick guide!

nutrition panel

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That's a lot of info! To keep it simples - for what we're after at this moment, lets just focus on:

12.4g protein

and 0.3g saturated fat

3.3g sugar

I got these numbers from the "per 100g" part of the nutritional panel - this makes it easy to compare because all serving sizes are different, and also this is effectively a percentage of what you're eating :)

Lets compare it to say... Cornflakes!

nutrition panel cornflake girl

7.8g protein

and 0.1g fat

7.9g sugar

So in other words it has significantly less protein, a negligible difference in saturated fat, and more than twice the sugar! All of this is before you even put on your toppings :)

This is a really simplified way to look at the nutritional panel - but if you're happy with the amount of macronutrients you're getting in. (That’s the swanky name for Protein Carbs and Fat!) then start looking at the ingredients! As a general rule, if you don’t understand what’s in the ingredients, it probably has too many chemicals in it :) The more chemicals, the harder your body has to work to process them, when it really could be putting that energy to better use ;)

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