Less Meat, Less Heat, More Life!

“Less Meat, Less Heat, More Life!” That is what Arnold Schwarzenegger had to say with James Cameron along with China’s big announcement to cut meat consumption by 50% by 2030.

He didn’t say become a vegan or vegetarian, which may be the right thing for you; he said less meat and the driving force is that this is the #2 cause of greenhouse gases that are heating the planet.

Nutrient Rich Superfoods could not be more behind this message that came with the big announcement from China.

China’s health ministry released new dietary guidelines — with profound implications.

The guidelines encourage the nation’s 1.3 billion people to reduce their meat consumption by 50% between now and 2030.

If achieved, these guidelines would lead to a reduction in meat consumption that would be greater than all the meat currently consumed in the United States.

The Chinese communist party has found unusual allies. Former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and Avatar producer James Cameron have produced a series of provocative videos aimed at supporting the cause.

Here’s a look behind the scenes of their efforts and to watch the above video.

"Less meat, less heat, more life!"
In the last 30 years, Chinese meat consumption has quadrupled.

As Dr. T. Colin Campbell documented in “The China Study,” the rapid rise in Chinese meat consumption has produced exploding rates of cancer, diabetes, obesity, and heart disease.

Tragically, more than 114 million people in China are now suffering from diabetes, according to a 2013 study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association. And 28% of men and 27% of women are overweight or obese, as found in a paper published in The Lancet.

The primary goal of these new guidelines is to improve the health of the Chinese people. But this dramatic change would also have an extraordinary impact on the world’s climate, water supplies, and food security. Millions of lives would be saved, and greenhouse gas emissions would be reduced by a billion tons per year.

A global switch to diets that rely less on meat and more on fruit and vegetables would have staggering benefits, researchers from the Oxford Martin School reported in March 2016. Such a shift could save up to 8 million lives by 2050 and reduce food-related greenhouse gas emissions by two-thirds, and lead to healthcare-related savings and avoided climate damages amounting to $1.5 trillion.

China’s new guidelines are a huge step in that direction.

Currently, the average Chinese person eats 63 kg of meat per year. The new guidelines call for reducing this to 14 kg to 27 kg per year — which would be the most rapid drop in meat consumption by a population even remotely near this large in world history.

For the last 30 years, China has been following the American example — with an explosion of restaurants like KFC and McDonald’s — and with a corresponding explosion in rates of a long list of diet-related diseases. But now, the nation is seeing where this path leads — and is beginning to change its course. Perhaps now, the United States will follow China’s lead.

The future of the planet may depend on it.

Ref: The Food Revolution.

Is Every Salad Green Equally Good For You?

The Truth: Most leafy greens are good for you — but some are better than others.

Salads are a great way to pack in the nutrients without packing on the pounds. The best are a rainbow of nutrient-rich, non starchy veggies (although not a problem if you want to add some starchy vegetables) that provide immune system stabilizing and strengthening micronutrients, and a dose of healthy fat even before a nut or seed based dressing is added. However, too often these produce powerhouses fall short — starting with the most basic ingredient: lettuce! Since the greens are the foundation for the salad, it is important to build a better one by choosing the best of the bunch.

Here is a quick tutorial of the different leafy greens out there to help you select the best lettuce for your next salad!




1. Romaine – romaine lettuce has large, crisp leaves that provide a crunchy texture sharp flavor making it the perfect selection for Caesar salads. It has a decent shelf life in the refrigerator and can be found in both green (the more common) and red varieties.

2. Arugula – arugula lettuce has a peppery, pungent flavor that goes great with milder greens as a contrast flavor. At some health food stores you can find arugula sold on its own, but it is usually found in pre-made spring mixes.

3. Radicchio – radicchio has a beautiful purple color with a bitter, peppery flavor when eaten alone but goes well mixed in with milder greens.
Watercress – watercress is a peppery green that goes great in salads, sandwiches, and in soups. It also makes a great garnish for any meal. Watercress is highly perishable so it is recommended that you use it as soon as you buy it.

4. Butter – Butter lettuce (or butterhead lettuce) consists of both Bibb and Boston lettuces. These lettuces have soft tender loose leaves that can be used in salads, on sandwiches, or as a bed for other dishes. Bibb lettuce tends to be smaller, more flavorful, and more expensive than Boston lettuce.

5. Leaf lettuce – leaf lettuce comes in both green and red tip varieties that can be used interchangeably. Leaf lettuce has a tender, sweet, mild flavor that makes them versatile for any salad.

6. Mizuna – mizuna lettuce is a Japanese green that has tender leaves with a pleasant peppery flavor. Mizuna lettuce is commonly seen in spring green mixes.

7. Endive – endive lettuce is a category that includes Belgian endive, curly endive, and escarole. Belgian endive has crunchy, bitter leaves usually used to make hors d’oeuvres but can also be chopped up and added to salad. Curly endive (frisee) is a also a crisp bitter green that can be used in salads or as a side dish. Curly endive is often seen on salads to add visual interest over flavor. The outer leaves are more bitter than the more pale, tender, and mild inner leaves. Escarole has sturdy bitter leaves that are best cooked as a side dish or used in soups. Young escarole leaves are more mild and can be used in salads.

8. Iceberg – Iceberg lettuce is known for its crisp texture and long shelf life in the refrigerator. However, iceberg lacks most of the flavor and nutrients that other lettuce varieties contain.

The Bottom Line: Leafy greens are great for you, and you should be eating more of them! Iceberg, romaine, leaf lettuce, and butterhead lettuce are the most common salad greens. However, spring salad mixes are becoming more common in supermarkets and general contain some mix of arugula, mizuna, frisee, radicchio, spianch, tat soi, oakleaf, red chard, and red mustard greens.


3 Day Ultimate Cleanse for Busy People

Do you ever feel like your body just needs a quick reset?


Perhaps you are a little more tired than usual. Perhaps you’ve been working too much and not exercising enough.  Perhaps you’ve been eating a little more than usual or eating things that just don’t jive with your body.

Whatever it is, you are just a bit “off” and need something to jumpstart your body. Then try our 3 day Ultimate Cleanse which is totally prefect for you if you are looking to reset your body in your busy schedule.

No Fuss, No Mess,Short and Easy to fit into your crazy busy day, our signature products not only give you more than 5 to 10 servings of fruits and vegetables but boosts body function, increasing energy while making you look and feel lighter and brighter. It’s a  good introduction to juice cleansing if you are interested only minus  the juicer.

With these drinks, you will be immediately absorbing nutrients at the highest levels, without the need for any kind of cutting, peeling, preparation or juicing (saving vital energy for recovery) and your body will get a nutrient infusion from a large variety of veggies, greens, fruits, berries and seeds, for a satisfying meal. This vast nutrient profile will make all of the difference for you, during this phase.

When you meet your nutrient needs, in a comprehensive way, using low-calorie, micronutrient-rich Superfood Drinks, like Living Feast, which still include fiber, your body will detoxify, eliminate waste, and rapidly lose weight by utilizing fat (stored energy) for fuel.

To accomplish healthy detoxification and weight loss, we suggest that you enjoy 2-4 Superfood Drinks, per day, for a minimum of 3 days, or more if you choose, and then start using the most flexible lifestyle-designed nutrition plan there is from day 4 forward.

The best part with the 3-Day cleanse is YOU WON’T BE HUNGRY!! You can drink as much as you need to with only one condition:

Only eat when you are hungry

TIP:  you won’t feel stuffed or bloated after drinking “eating” them.  Rather, you will feel full, satisfied and energetic. Don’t forget, feeling “full” on healthy superfood is a much “lighter full” than “full” on not so nutrient poor foods which is more like a “sluggish need to sleep and relax NOW” kinda full. Just saying 😉

Isn’t that great news!  It’s only for 3 Day, you won’t be hungry, and you will be left feeling clean, refreshed and energized.


Instructions: Consume 3 -4 Superfood Drinks, at any increment that works for you, over a 24period,for 3 days.

  • Fill your blender bottle (typically 20 oz.) with approximately 16 oz. of water or coconut water
  • Then add 1-2 scoops of Living Feast, with or without an added scoop of Living Barley Greens, which will expand the nutrient/amino acid profile and add additional calories.
  • Drink this over the course of 5-20 minutes, or so, and then focus on your goals, and don’t eat again for at least 3-4 hours. (Note: Just like when you eat a meal, don’t drink too fast, and also don’t “sip” your Superfood Drink, over a long time period of time, or it will slow down fat loss, like “snacking” does.
If you still want to juice that’s fine; here is a schedule for the 3 day Ultimate Cleanse

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Click here for Green Juice Recipe

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or try the Cleansing Green Smoothie

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Green smoothie (i.e. smoothies with only a little fruit or no fruit at all) will leave your body feeling refreshed, clean and energized – more so than any fruit based smoothie. Don’t get me wrong, I love fruit based smoothies (as you know from my gazillion recipes), but there’s something especially wonderful about the cleansing and refreshing effect of true green smoothies.

This smoothie is chocked full of nutrients and is an excellent source of Vitamins A & C, it’s high in fiber, great source of iron and calcium. The best part is that both cilantro and parsley are great cleaners.  Parsley cleans the blood and gives you fresh breath and the high levels of chlorophyll helps cleanse your entire system. Cilantro binds with toxins and helps eliminate them from the body. So you are in good cleansing hands with this Smoothie 😉



Makes approx. 2 liters

4 cups coconut water (or filtered water if you have no coconut water)

1/2 bunch parsley

1 bunch cilantro

1 lemon, peel/rind removed

1 apple, cored and chopped

1/2 bunch romaine

Add all ingredients to the blender in the order listed. Blend on low speed and gradually increase speed. Blend on high until smooth and frothy.

55 Nutrient Rich Foods To Eat This Spring

Fresh fruits and vegetables abound during the spring, which makes cooking and baking so much fun and exciting. Here is a seasonality chart that shows 55 nutrient rich foods to eat this spring; they are high quality, and reasonably priced produce.  While I try to shop organic as frequently as possible, I am on a budget so sometimes it is just not an option to buy everything organic.  For those times I make sure to buy those vegetables and fruits on the dirty dozen lists organic. I have attached both seasonal chart and the dirty dozen lists that will provide the necessary information for you to use it as a reference.



The Dirty Dozen

Each year, the Environmental Working Group (EWG) conducts studies to identify which fruits and vegetables contain consistently high amounts of pesticides. The Dirty Dozen is meant to help guide us at the grocery store or farmer’s market so that we can make informed purchases with our food dollars. For many of us, we don’t have access to 100% organic fruits and vegetables, or can’t afford to buy exclusively organic – and we really don’t need to.There are many items that make the Clean 15 list that are shown to contain low levels of pesticides which are less harmful to us so it’s ok to buy  non-organic in these cases. These are typically foods with a skin or layer of protection to keep the bugs out: onions, corn, pineapple, and avocados.

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Chlorella Benefits- What is it? and why is it good for me?


As someone who is conscious about their health, you probably already know about chlorella. Chlorella is one of the most powerful super foods on the planet. Grown in pristine freshwater ponds on Japanese coral islands, chlorella is a microalgae. It grows extremely fast — multiplying four times every 20 hours, due to a compound called Chlorella Growth Factor (CGF). This extract — unique to chlorella — contains amino acids, vitamins, sugars and nucleic acids, and is believed to be at the core of some of chlorella’s health benefits. Although microscopic, chlorella is a source of complete protein, essential fatty acids, and antioxidants. Its vibrant green color is from the pigment chlorophyll

In fact, chlorella is one of the highest sources of chlorophyll on Earth. And for that very benefit we have used this amazing powerful superfood as one of the ingredients in our LIVING FEAST and SUPER VEGGIES & GREENS, so you get the maximum benefit of chlorella’s rich supply of vitamins and antioxidants in a safe, convenient and great tasting way!

Why Chlorella is a Magnet for Toxins

You see, chlorella is loaded with chlorophyll, and chlorophyll is one of the most powerful detox substances in nature. Chlorophyll helps detox your liver and bloodstream and helps cleanse your digestive tract. It binds to toxins like a magnet. It can even bind to mercury which is extremely difficult to remove from your body.

The History of Chlorella

Chlorella is one of the most widely studied food supplements in the world. Aside from being the subject of medical research in the USA, USSR, Germany, Japan, France, England and Israel, chlorella has been extensively studied as a food source since it is made up of a whopping 50 percent protein and is considered a complete amino acid-based food.

Even NASA has studied using chlorella as the one of first whole foods in space on the international space station!

Studies in Japan have shown chlorella may help reduce body fat percentage and may be useful in fighting obesity and weight related diabetes. It may also help reduce both cholesterol and hypertension. Chlorella’s cleansing action on your bowel and other elimination channels, as well as its protection of your liver, also helps promote clean blood. And clean blood helps assure metabolic waste get efficiently carried away from your tissues.

Chlorella is such a powerful detoxifier because it is rich in chlorophyll, which is known to:

  •  Aid you in processing more oxygen
  • Cleanse key elimination systems like your bowel, liver, and blood
  • Help purify your blood and clean away toxins
  • Aid you in promoting optimal blood pressure
  • Support elimination of molds in your body
  • Help neutralize bad air you might breathe in
  • Promote growth and repair of your tissues

Chlorella Benefits

  • Activate and strengthen your immune system
  • Improving your digestion, especially if constipation is a problem
  • Providing B vitamins from an animal source
  • Enhancing your ability to focus and concentrate
  • Increasing your energy levels
  • Balancing your body’s pH
  • Normalizing your blood sugar and blood pressure
  • Reducing your cancer risk
  • Freshening your breath
Where to Find ChlorellaLiving-Feast

If you have never taken Chlorella before, unable to take direct chlorella supplements because it affects your body, or your blood count is too high or you want to start a simple detoxification both Living Feast (original and turbo) and Super Greens& Veggies have Chlorella in them in a safe dosage without the worry of its side effects which you might experience if you took it in large quantities.. And best of all they taste Super-Veggies-Greens-Powder1amazing and you can incorporate it into smoothies, juices and even soups!

Are You Missing the Main Point of Eating More Plant-Based Nutrient Rich and Potentially Going Vegetarian or Vegan?


Recently, the great Sir Paul McCartney wrote an article in the Huffington Post called “My Life as a Vegetarian”, reflecting on the life of his late wife Linda McCartney, who started a movement with Meatless Mondays, and who like John Robbins, among others leaders in plant-based nutrition, brought to our awareness the fact that eating animals every time we sit down for a meal; for some multiple times per day, has a huge, negative impact not only on our health but on other species inhabiting our planet and the environment.

It’s a great article and is accompanied by a new campaign that Sir Paul is coming out with to continue her legacy. Have a read…

That said, many people miss the main point about eating More Plant-Based, Nutrient Rich and ‘potentially’ going Vegetarian or Vegan.

Let me clarify…

From a ‘nutritional’ point of view (which is where most people are focused, on health and weight loss…), eating More Plant-Based, Nutrient Rich is not primarily an animal rights or environmental issue. These points of view are directly related, but whole ‘other’ conversations in and of themselves. And while these are major reasons why many people choose to eat less or eliminate meat or animal products from their diet, reasons I/we as a company do support for switching up the way people eat; they are not the primary reasons we need to be eating more plant-based, nutrient-rich diets. Not understanding the main reason, is also the primary cause of diet, weight and long-term health issues.

Note: We say plant-based, “nutrient rich” because according to Joel Fuhrman M.D. the SAD Standard American Diet is actually a “plant-based” diet with 62% of calories coming from refined plant foods, 25% of calories coming from animal products, and roughly 12% coming from vegetables and fruit (mostly from fries and ketchup), of which, only 5% come from fresh produce!

Translation: If you understand that refined foodstuffs are nutrient-barren, even if they come from plants, then the above statistics reveal that 90% or more of the foods people are eating are nutrient poor- meaning they are devoid of any substantial amount of phytonutrients, fiber, vitamins and minerals and health-promoting forms of protein, carbohydrates and fat.

Eliminating or limiting meat and going “plant based” is not enough; not nearly. Even if you eliminate or limit nutrient-poor animal foods from your diet, you may still be eating just a healthier version of the same SAD nutrient barren diet, as many do, resorting to fake meats and an endless variety of refined foods that are not much better than the foods they aim to supplant; which is why we say, “More Plant-Based Nutrient Rich”.

Nutrient Rich” means the foods are whole food of plant origin, not refined (they can be processed, but not refined). Understanding this, is what ensures you will actually be eating healthy. And for many, realizing this prompts them to make the “switch” to 90% or More, Plant-Based, Nutrient Rich, healthy eating, or to at least get on that path, away from how they are eating right now.

So, when we talk about eating More Plant Based Nutrient Rich, we are first and foremost talking about eating in a way that optimizes your health, by eating mostly micronutrient-rich foods–leafy, green, and colored vegetables and fruits, beans, seeds, nuts, and whole grains, small amounts of animal products if you choose to eat them and outright eliminating refined foods which provide no nutritional value whatsoever; in great-tasting ways you like and enjoy.

Eating “nutrient rich” is not ‘about’ going vegan or vegetarian (although by all means do if you are ready and want to). Few, if any primates are actually 100% vegan (at the very least, they are also consuming insects, etc.). Even though we can thrive very well in being 100% vegan (there is more than enough science to make this point intelligently, and we are in no way discouraging you from going vegan; the main point in eating More Plant-Based, Nutrient Rich and potentially going vegetarian or vegan is about making sure you are meeting all your nutrient needs. In addition, not overwhelming your body with substances that it does not need from foods, and eating foods in as close to their natural state as possible to protect nutrient integrity.

You want to make sure you are in line with The 5 Golden Rules of Healthy Eating.

So, if you are going to go vegan (which can be an ideal way to eat if it’s nutritarian or nutrient rich), or improve the way you eat in any way towards that direction, make sure you understand the main point– its a necessity to eat the More Plant Based Nutrient Rich foods for purposes of staying healthy!

Nutrients, Nutrient Diversity and Nutrient Quality. Learn More, next.

Green and / or lean? Part 1

The Question:

Green and / or lean?

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This is a big question and it’s been on the minds of people for decades, particularly the last 50 years. This question raises countless more questions about health, whether you’ll get enough protein, calcium etc, and less importantly, but no less urgent for most people, it raises questions around weight.

What’s the best way to lose weight or burn fat when it comes to diet?

Is it lean foods or green foods?

Well, if you consider the primary message of the diet industry, the dominant answer has been “low carb”, which, translates to eating lean, high protein animal foods that have virtually no carbohydrate. If you are relatively inactive, depriving your body of carbohydrate works just about every time to quickly eliminate water weight and promotes the use of body fat as a fuel source.

Given the fact that most people are relatively inactive (physically speaking) and the fact that animal foods taste good, are super stimulating and therefor “boost” your metabolism, they are great for weight loss, and this is a particularly powerful message.

Sounds wonderful doesn’t it?

You don’t have to have a particularly healthy lifestyle and you can manage your weight!

Millions bought into this seemingly intelligent message and still do, even though, the low carb message has fallen out of favor since is main proponent, Dr Robert Atkins, of the Atkins Diet died of a heart attack, because of an animal product based diet.

Whoops, he diet clogged his arteries.

The problem, even though eating predominantly lean low carb foods, like lean chicken and fish (and now bison) another lean, low carb, fat loss food, helps you lose weight and are rich in some nutrients, they are nutrient poor poor as a whole food.

They are defined as whole foods, but nutrient rich, they are not.

Yeah, you heard me, chicken and fish are nutrient poor.

Want to know why?

Lets look at lean:

* Their protein is not health promoting: Ref: The China Study – The Most Comprehensive Study of Nutrition Ever Conducted, Revealing the Relationship Between Diet and Disease with Startling Implications!

* They are high in saturated fat and loaded with injected hormones. Even if they are grass fed, they are still loaded with saturated fat and cholesterol.

* They have virtually no carbohydrate,
* And while they are rich in some vitamins and minerals, and “EFAs” (fish)…
* They have no fiber,
* They have no water, and
* They have no phytochemicals… you know those things that protect your cells and keep you free of radical toxins in your system?
* They also promote faster growth and “aging” for that matter,
* And, not to mention, the mass production of animal foods just plain rapes the earth.

If you compare the natural resources required to produce one pound of beef versus a bushel of vegetables, fruits, beans, nuts or grains, you would be startled. And given our current environmental situation in the world, producing nutrient poor animal foods at that cost seems hardly worth it.

Especially, when the unspoken but generally accepted and primary reasons why we eat animal products at the level we do, are as follows –

1) We still think that animal foods represent “rich” and affluence.

Historically and socially eating animal foods meant you were eating first class, but that was when calories ware scarce and regular access to animal foods was rare. Kings and queens weren’t exactly known for their health and fitness; rather gout, diabetes and heart disease.

Today food is abundant for most people, and the only thing animal foods are rich in, besides some nutrients are calories and substances your body does not need. Yes, they are rich in protein but I don’t think anyone is suffering from a lack of protein these days, given it’s in everything, and the only way you would ever show signs of protein deficiency would be if you were lacking calories.

2) We eat animal foods because they help physically less active people maintain their weight.

And for those who are more active, they lose even more weight!

That’s it.

It’s easy to lose weight the nutrient poor way, eating a low carb, high animal protein diet if you want. The only thing you need to do for fat loss, is trade your health!

Does that sound like a fair trade to you?

I dont think so.

You need a Nutrient Rich diet to be optimally healthy, for higher performance and only nutrient rich foods, will promote natural weight loss if you know how. That would mean you would need to know how to lose weight the nutrient rich way and that’s a different discussion.

Even if they are lean, animal foods can’t hold a candle to green foods that are Nutrient Rich.

Now let’s look at green:

Green foods, don’t just mean salads and string beans, they refer to foods that are rich in all the nutrients we need to succeed, and they don’t contain food stuffs we don’t need, like saturated fat and cholesterol, and they are good for the planet.

* Their protein is health promoting: Ref: The China Study – The Most Comprehensive Study of Nutrition Ever Conducted, Revealing the Relationship Between Diet and Disease with Startling Implications!

* They don’t have saturated fat and aren’t with injected hormones. We don’t have to talk about grass fed, becuase they grow in the same stuff grass does.
* They don’t have cholesterol
* They have real food carboydrate
* They are vitamins and minerals, and “EFAs” (nuts)…
* They have plenty of fiber,
* They have plenty of whater
* They are rich the thousands of phytochemicals… you know those things that protect your cells and keep you free of radical toxins in your system?
* They do not promote faster growth and reduce the rate of “aging” for that matter,
* And, their mass production better respect the earth we live in.

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Right now one of the biggest consumers of oil, and our food, is the animal products industry, to the tune of over 30%! This just doesn’t make sense on any front other than economics because this industry employes a great many people. That I cannot deny, it is a reality and one that needs to be taken into consideration. Why else would anyone support the production of animal protein at over $10,000 per lb…(true!) It happens because of the economy, it has nothing to do with healthy nutrition.

Note: For those of you who are right now, thinking “I know where this is headed” keep reading… this is not an article on being a vegan or a carnivore or a vegetarian.

When you are going beyond optimal health, and demanding high performance (like most people are these days) you will have increased needs for protein, amongst increased needs for other nutrients too.

There are easy ways to increase your nutrient intake without having to eat so much extra food, and can promote faster recovery without accumulating health problems from eating too much of foods that are known to be rich in protein, but cause other health problems – that’s the subject of another article.

Green and / or lean?

Well, let’s discuss this, with a commitment to the most considerate answer.

The premise to the answer is this.

There are 3 Classes of foods…

The foundation of a healthy diet, are the first class foods we call nutrient rich, the worlds healthiest foods on the planet. They are rich in all the nutrients we need to function and perform optimally, for health and success.

The most nutrient rich are leafy greens, then beans, fruits, raw nuts and seeks and whole unrefined grains. Smaller amounts of second class foods we call nutrient poor, if you eat them. Thy are rich in some nutrients but as a whole they are nutrient poor; such as lean fish, chicken, low fat dairy….

Whatever you do, don’t base your diet on them!

And get rid of refined foods, if you eat them at all. Notice I didn’t say processed (there are many health promoting processed foods). I said “refined” foods where the nutrient value has been literally stripped out of them, with virtually nothing left but stimulating chemicals. These are third class foods otherwise known as Nutrient Barren.

What you do you want to eat?

  • First class?
  • Second class?
  • or
  • Third class?

I think you have your answer.

Today, “eating first class” means eating at least 90% of nutrient rich foods that are “rich” in nutrients and appropriate in calories. Not all nutrient rich foods are low in calories, but because they are rich in all the nutrients you need for your body to succeed, you just don’t need to eat that much of them.

The better you eat, the less you need to eat, for health, higher performance and natural weight loss.

The question is, how are you going to transition your diet to Nutrient Rich, to accomplish your personal objectives like health, higher performance, natural weight loss?


John Allen Mollenhauer “JAM” is the founder the Performance Lifestyle Community and Training Center where every day achievers – fast tracked business owners, professionals and parents learn how to maintain higher levels of health, energy and fitness so they can perform well and achieve their goals while maintaining their quality of life.

As a former worn down workaholic turned Healthy High Achiever, John Allen Mollenhauer (aka “John Allen”) helps you optimize your lifestyle similar to the way athletes do for better results, even if you are not into sports or a fitness enthusiast. Unleash your full potential to perform, look and feel better and achieve your goals even more successfully, in a Performance Lifestyle.

He is also the founder of Nutrient Rich – The Most Successful Way to Eat for Health, High Performance and Natural Weight Loss, and Lose weight the Nutrient Rich Way.