1. Eat VEGETABLES and FRUIT. Not to hard really. Your body needs them. Food that is "alive" is essential to keeping things flowing and moving.
-Raw is better than cooked.
-Organic is better than conventional.
-We do our best to eat them as much as possible with each meal.
2. STAY away from dairy as much as possible. Your probably thinking, "what?" Turns out it really isn't that good for you and you can get calcium in so many better ways. We still eat a fair amount of cheese and ice cream every now and then I must admit. But don't take my word on it. Do your own research and make decisions that are best for you.
3. I like to HIDE NUTRIENTS in everyday things. For instance, I put flax seed in Carter's oatmeal or in smoothies I make for my husband at times. I hide vegetables in mac and cheese or spaghetti or whatever.
We still eat our fair share of "unhealthy" food but we do our best and trust that little changes each day will add up in the long run.