Be Good To Yourself

Be good to yourself!

Because not all humans and food will be good to you. 

Be in control of thoughts, feelings, and actions - these all contribute to your health.
Position yourself in the strongest position to withstand fragility. To learn more about fragility and becoming antifragile check out Antifragile: Things to Gain From Disorder.

What we eat has been proven to alter the way we think, feel, look and perform.
Whole foods rich in animal proteins, good fats, fat soluble vitamins, and minerals have been proven to improve the way we think, feel, look and perform. Especially as we get older in numbers.

Check out this research article that examines the relationship between the consumption or avoidance of meat and the impact both have on psychological health and well-being.

There is great evidence here to support that avoidance of meat consumption is linked to significantly higher risks of depression, anxiety and/or self-harm behaviours.

Meat and animal based products are hands down the most bioavailable nutrient dense food, meaning what we eat is absorbed and utilised effectively and efficiently by the body.



We above all respect every single person and their life decisions. 

Inclusion not exclusion.

Be good, feel good.