About Sea Salt Nutrition

In 2017 I started a journey of following a lifestyle of LCHF.  No matter how active you are, if your eating habits are not healthy, your body will not respond.  The information we have Been given with regard to nutrition is not accurate. My focus moving forward is to teacher and demonstrate how simple it is to cook for ourselves and our families to incorporate food that is local, seasonal and sustainable in to our lives.  With 25 years in the food and travel industry as a yacht chef and caterer, the move to nutrition was subtle but necessary.  We  are confused by the Dietary guidelines, we need to educate ourselves, by finding doctors and health professionals that are working with patients that are thriving on this healthy lifestyle and coming off medications for all of these metabolic syndromes. 

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WHAT IS THE NUTRITION NETWORK?

 

The Nutrition Network is an education, connection and learning

platform founded by The Noakes Foundation in partnership with an

esteemed team of doctors and scientists. The platform has been

designed exclusively for medical practitioners across all disciplines,

covering the latest and most up-to-date science and research in the

field of Low Carb Nutrition.

https://nutrition-network.org/

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WHAT IS LOW CARB / HEALTHY FAT ?

 

- a lifestyle high in healthy fats and low in carbohydrates;

- eating only real, healthy and fresh foods;

- following a nutritious diet full of meat, fish, eggs, nuts, healthy fats,

and - lots of different vegetables and fruit; and

- getting rid of additives, chemicals, preservatives and other harmful

ingredients in your food.

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BASICS OF LCHF

 

  • It’s about eating when hungry and stopping when satisfied.

  • Eat clean, fresh, real food. Do not eat processed or pre-packaged

foods.

  • Do not eat more than three meals a day; there is no rule dictating

which time of the day you should eat or that you have to eat all

three meals.

  • Do not have sweeteners in your coffee or tea; go cold turkey if you

want to see results.

  • Drink water throughout the day, but only when you are thirsty.

  • Make sure you are getting enough vitamins and minerals. If you

experience energy loss in the beginning, you may supplement.

  • Do not drink any sodas,  fruit juices or powdered mixes.

  • Do not snack between meals.

  • What works for you may not necessarily work for others. We are all

unique.

  • Eat vegetables. They make up most of your allowed carbohydrates

for the day.

  • Avoid counting calories. In the beginning you want to consume

less fat to give your body the opportunity to use its stored fat for

fuel.

https://www.metabolicpractitioners.org/membership-account/profile/?pu=ann-guinan-2-2-2

https://nutrition-network.org/

https://www.lowcarbusa.org/about-us/

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Annie before I discovered your Friday menus?  I had no idea. Each week is varied, different and most importantly delicious. I am thrilled to look forward each week to your next offering.  Thank you, Meredith R.