7 Principles to Find Your Perfect Diet

I am Robyn Openshaw and I’m the Green Smoothie Girl and they were talking about seven
principles of what is the perfect diet? The Perfect Diet of course
isn’t something we can apply to everyone it
depends on you surely as much diversity is we have in every other aspect of life
there can’t be a one-size-fits-all it comes to diet
however it seems like there’s some good basic guidelines as well some guiding principles so these
are the seven principles to the perfect diet for you number one it feels abundant it doesn’t feel like depravation start
asking yourself the question how can I eat whole foods unprocessed food and still enjoy my diet
okay of that question make a list love the Greens veggies
fruits legumes nuts and seeds whole grains that you like keep a file on recipes that you
like number two a perfect diet can be a whole food
there’s no perfect diet that involves processed foods you eat them fine but it’s not part of a
perfect diet number three in involved eating animals and their byproducts only about
feels important to you and if you do make sure those packs are
clean their organic free-range wild Kat number for your perfect I should be
sunny can afford number five your perfect diet should be sustainable you not gon do if it feels like a diet
number six when you eat it you feel high-energy not
talking about stimulant energy cell I’m having
stimulants like copy and you know energy drinks in your
diet is not what i’m talking out when its they’re
not part of a perfect I i’m talking about. calm peaceful energy that you get for meeting really nutritious feed that
your body responds to you and last number seven principles a
perfect diet contains a lot Raw plant food. Enzymes are good for
everyone some people an irate X talk about this a
lot need a lot of hot food I personally
don’t I’m perfectly happy eating raw feeding even in the winter and I live in a really cool place but I
believe it applies to everyone that easily digested high and I’m living
foods are good for everyone doesn’t have to be 100 percent of your
diet probably not and there are now enough a raw food urs
for a few decades to show some other problems and deficit being a purist about that the perfect
diet for me involve lots of greens green juice green
smoothies are literally the main fear that I eat every day the perfect diet for me is a sixty-two
eighty percent raw at every meal and very very happily
plant-based so while the perfect diet might be
different for you than for me I hope that these are some printable the I
think are ubiquitous I think that research bears them out I think
that we can all have a very different diet
with some basic guiding principles I’m wrapping up into I am the green me
the girl and I’ll see you next time


  1. I really like your more open minded and down to earth approach you often have when you discuss your topics.

  2. Thank you very much for this simple but very informative video. I will try to use those 7 principles in my life. Thanks again.

  3. Awesome!!!  Thank you very much.

  4. I totally agree. Not one exact way is perfect for everyone or realistic for everyone, but following these principles is a great way to build your own perfect diet. Thanks for sharing!

  5. I was vegetarian for almost 20 years, have been seeing a naturopathic doctor for several years now, and have had to overcome some serious health problems, mainly bacterial overgrowth in the digestive tract due to mercury poisoning (from amalgam fillings), low thyroid and adrenals.  I used to believe whole grains were good for you too, but am beginning to believe differently, especially when it comes to wheat.  But my doctor believes almost all grains are/can be detrimental.  I have been eating paleo for quite some time now (I know, not for everybody) and I feel 1000 times better, my health is excellent, and my weight is normalized. 

    I recall when someone first told me soy was bad, I had a very hard time believing that.   It's now proving to be true.  Long held beliefs are difficult to let go.  You might consider reexamining your philosophy on grains.

  6. I love this, I'm one of the people that feels the need to some animal proteins. I think your approach is one of the reasons I was so drawn to your message, you don't have a strict dogma and understand that everyone is different. I believe as I continue on my wellness journey I may be able to reduce animal proteins further, but it's wonderful to have a mentor that doesn't make me fell bad for not thriving on a 100% plant based diet.

  7. I was wondering where you get your information about soy. You bring it up a lot and I agree that we should be eating processed soy that looks like food, but that still leaves tempe and tofu. It is easy to find these as organic so they are not GMO. Also, I am pretty sure it was Dr. Greger that pointed out that broccoli has way more phytoestogen in it than soy. It's just that there is nobody make broccoli burgers or broccoli milk so the meat and dairy industry have no reason to point out this fact. Dr. Greger also looked at all the studies and determined that if you keep your soy intake below 7 servings a day, it will have no impact on your health and has positive impacts on breast cancer.

  8. I am sure that you'll find a good way to learn about nutritions on Woo&Pep website.

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