The purpose of this blog is to promote a healthful eating lifestyle based on the foods every large, successful population has eaten throughout history. And it is not what we eat today. In fact, we eat more like the kings and queens and pharos of old, those individuals who ate lots of rich foods and who got fat and sick as a result.

What you’ll see here are a lot of “comfort foods.” Foods that people love. Foods that fill you up and leave you vastly content. Foods that remove any need you might have had for something bad for you. And foods that will cause you to become lean and healthy.

WARNING: Eating this way will make you LOSE EXCESS WEIGHT, heal from Type 2 Diabetes and heart disease, heal your complexion, constipation, and ulcers, will lower your risk of cancer and gall and kidney stones, and will give you a long, healthy life.

Although you won’t see any meat or dairy here, my purpose is not to cause you to never touch an animal product again. Rather, it is to give you the opportunity to see and experience foods that will help you and those you love avoid the chronic diseases we have come to believe are inevitable. You can be trim, healthy, and feel great to a ripe old age, with your risk of developing today’s common and serious diseases dropping to almost zero.

I will also endeavor to frequently add videos, articles, and real life stories that will help you become more educated concerning what various foods do to your body, both good and bad, so you can make the best decision for you and your family.

2 Responses to “About”

  1. Healthy1 September 25, 2015 at 5:28 am #

    How many carbs daily you consume and your macros ratio? What is your insulin to carb ratio and how many total insulin units you take? Did your insulin intake change since transitioning to this way of eating?

    • benfaust October 4, 2015 at 7:37 pm #

      Thanks for your questions, Healthy1.

      I consume roughly 500-600 carbs on an average day, sometimes less.

      My macro to calorie ratio is around 80% carbohydrates, 10% protein, and 10% fat.

      I take 0.074 units of Novolin R insulin per carbohydrate. I also take 24 units of Novolin N every morning. This is roughly half of what I took before changing to this way of eating.

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