It is no secret to those who know me that I am not a fan of New England. It was a hard football year seeing them not only go to the Super Bowl again, but also win. At least the Hawks offered the in season beat downs. Go Hawks! Even though I carry Brady in the rival column, I have to give credit where credit is due.
Tom Brady and his family eat an organic mostly plant based diet, minus nightshades and include a small amount of clean animal protein. I applaud this regimen and is what I teach in my Chef Sessions. I know it can by hard to sustain a plant based diet so I help you create meals that are robust, comforting and flavorful. All your favorites in fact.
Not everyone has the amazing talents of Allen Campbell personal chef extraordinaire but you do have Chef Sessions and the Deceptive Chef to offer you ways to enjoy plants and how to turn them into amazing eats like skinny pudding and ice cream on the sweet side and pizza and burgers on the savory.
I really enjoy when I see athletes performing at such an elite level, receive true dense nutrition from easily assimilated complex starchy plants. Plants make oils, spices and herbs. They are beans, legumes, nuts, seeds, lentils, starches and ancient grains.
The right combination of plant proteins not only offer you a complete, easier to digest and assimilate chain of proteins, they also offer you much needed energy source in fat and carbohydrates and you get much needed fiber to compliment. Plants are a single source ingredient and allow for a safe option when eating out.
If a Deer and Elk can grow up to 300 plus pounds from eating dark leaves, what are we doing?