I am enrolled in his mentoring class. Money well spent! This is an excerpt of an email he said reviewing human's requirements for the perfect diet. Unless you are NOT human, please read. LOL
Do Humans Need Added Fat?
Humans are frugivores by design and should consume fruit, green leaves, shoots and other plants. Added fat is not required by the human body in order to store body fat. Fruits and all other natural foods have sufficient fat to meet the need for essential fatty acids needed by the body. Concentrated fat, like oils extracted from seeds, is not desirable.
Consuming fat in the form of oil slows down digestion. It also results in health problems such as diabetes, Candida, chronic fatigue, low energy, hypoglycemia and others. Too much fat, even from natural, raw foods will cause health problems.
The only alternative to fat is fruit. There are two main types of food that provide the energy, in calories, that we need: fruit or fat. Vegetables simply have so few calories that a person would never be able to eat enough to survive.
Most progressive health experts with years of experience promote the same fat requirements year and year, recommending a fat intake of about 15% OR LESS. The primates all eat diets that consist of very low-fat diets.
Practical Guidelines Regarding Fat:
Unless you are allergic to them, do not completely avoid avocados and nuts, just limit yourself to one-half an avocado per day or two ounces (60 grams) of nuts and seeds but not both on the same day.
Eat enough fruit to meet your caloric requirements. Avoid oils including olive, coconut butter, canola, peanut and others.
If you do not choose to obtain fat through avocados, nuts and seeds, you may consume two to four tablespoons of raw nut butter per day (but not every day).
Eat fat only once each day and do not eat fatty foods every day of the week.
Do not eat sweet fruit with fat. Doing so can result in digestive acidity. Mixing nuts and dried fruit can have the same result.
| Body Fat %: 32.0