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How to Maximize Your Nutrition with an Advanced Eating Plan

This week I want to introduce you to the Max Living Advanced Nutrition Plan. This nutrition plan is designed to:

  • Reduce inflammation
  • Restore cell membrane function in order to aid detoxification
  • Regulate hormones
  • Promote the use of fat as the body’s primary source of energy.

Those who want to lose weight, reduce the need for medications, or reverse illness need to be on the advanced plan. That being said it is not for everyone.  Stay tuned for the core plan next week! We are here to support you at all times in the implementation of any of the 5 Essentials!!

3 Basic Rules of the Advanced Plan

  1. FAT: Increase your intake of healthy fats
  2. PROTEIN: Moderate your intake of protein
  3. CARBS: Eliminate grains, sugars and fruits

*The most important aspect of the advanced plan is to not only to eliminate sugar, but all foods that turn into sugar such as: grains, most fruits (except berries and granny smith apples), as well as excess protein.

Carbs to Eliminate

barley brown rice buckwheat millet
rye semolina oats tapioca
whole grain breads whole grain cereals whole grains wheat crackers
whole grain tortillas sweet potatoes yams carrots

Carbs to Moderate

artichokes leeks okra pumpkin
tomatoes turnip legumes beans
lentils peas squash

Carbs to Increase

arugula asparagus bean sprouts beets
bell peppers broccoli brussel sprouts cabbage
cauliflower celery chives collard greens
cucumber eggplant green beans garlic
hearts of palm kale lettuce onions
mushrooms radish spinach Swiss chard
zucchini watercress

Fruits That Can Be Eaten (In Moderation)

berries Granny Smith apples lemons
limes avocados

Foods With Highest Nutrient Value (in order)

kale collards bok choy spinach
cabbage red pepper romaine lettuce broccoli
cauliflower green peppers artichoke asparagus
strawberries blueberries avocados cucumbers
salmon shrimp walnuts chicken breast
eggs almonds ground beef cheese

Proteins to Eat (organic, free range, grass fed, not treated with hormones or anti-biotics):

chicken breast turkey beef
salmon mahi mahi shrimp
eggs raw cheese whole fat milk
Max Living Protein Powder cod

Proteins to Avoid

pork shellfish tuna
grain fed meats farm raised fish processed soy products
roasted nuts (raw easy to find) hydrolyzed whey proteins


*Over the first 2-3 weeks, while immediately eliminating grains, sugars, and most fruits you should slowly increase your intake of good fats, because it is during this period that your body will be learning to burn fat as your primary fuel instead of sugar

Fats to Increase

organic butter olive oil coconut oil
coconut milk avocados raw nuts
raw cheese fish oils flax seeds

organic and unpasteurized whole fat yogurt and milk

Fats to Absolutely Avoid

any Trans fats margarine sugar
soft drinks grains vegetable oils

Ingredients and Foods to Avoid at All Costs

high fructose corn syrup sugar aspartame
hydrogenated oils soy bean oil sunflower oil
canola oil other rancid oils MSG
soft drinks


*The adaptation may be difficult for some, withdrawal symptoms from sugar may include: fatigue, confusion, nausea, headaches, and general lethargy.  However, these will not last long and will stay gone as long as you continue to not consume any sugar.

Community Education Class

Join us for a one of a kind health experience:

Nutrition 101

Tuesday 5/24 FROM 6:30PM-8:00PM

If you missed this one, be sure to check our calendar for our next event.

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