The Primed Lifestyle is easily sustainable once you get into it. Indeed, you love feeling so good that you’ll never go back to your old “carbage” eating days when you thought frankenfoods tasted good.
Remember, if you go backwards then your “friend” Wheat Baby will get you.
Here is a great Primed Recipe that will not hurt your belly but help it. Please see this great article on gut flora by esteemed NY Times best seller Dr. William David of Wheat Belly fame.
assorted green veg
home-made tomato sauce (optional)
salt and pepper
1. Whisk your 3 eggs in a bowl and add salt and pepper. Add a dash of turmeric if you want extra spice in your life.
2. Pan fry your greens in butter or coconut oil. Add in your home-made tomato sauce if you wish.
3. Put your pan onto heat at level 7/10 and add your coconut oil or butter. You can use your already coated pan from your sauteed vegetables.
4. Add in your egg mixture once the butter/oil has heated up a bit.
5. Allow the egg mixture to start to firm up and add your green vegetable to half the omelette. You can add cheese if you wish, extra seasoning or even more kimchi.
6. Once the egg has firmed up a little more take your pan off the heat and plate for a delicious breakfast, lunch or dinner.
7. Being a seaweed fan I also make my wonderful Primed Kimbap with the omeltte, cream cheese, extra greens like spinach and whatever fresh ingredients I have in the fridge.
My Primed mate Reujen loves his Kimbap wrap with Spinach, Cucumber and Carrots as well as with the Kimchi Omelette.
8. Double up. If making one, why not make two. Hence, double all ingredients and you then have a snack for later or your Primed Lunch Box item ready to rock.
The final word:
By eating proper food like eggs, green veg, kimchi, spices like salt and pepper and coconut oil you are:
(1) Fighting disease, not feeding it;
(2) Reducing inflammation in your body;
(3) Lowering the blood glucose levels in your body;
(4) Reducing your chance of getting Bagel Butt/Bagel Belt; and
(5) changing your life so as to eat to live instead of living to eat.