Vitamins A, D, E & K are fat soluble vitamins, which means you need healthy fat in your diet to be able to…

#1 Get these vitamins

#2 Absorb these vitamins

#3 Get these vitamins delivered to the cells of your body…

Healthy fats are the carrier…

… but not all fats are healthy for you…

People with low vitamin D or poor hormone production, often times don’t understand fat… they either think fat makes them fat and clogs their arteries and go on a low fat diet…

… or worse… they think that vegetable oil is good for them because they associate the word “vegetable” with healthy…

The biggest challenge I have with teaching diet is that the definition of healthy food varies from person to person…

You could say that cod liver oil from wild caught fish full of EPA, DHA and Omega-3 fatty acids is healthy… but if the person consuming this product can’t digest it, then it’s not healthy to be putting that into the body…

That’s why you have to know your body and be intuitive…

Just because you can’t digest a certain food it doesn’t mean that it’s not healthy either… that simply exposes the root issue that you need to fix with your digestive system…

So the goal of this module is twofold…

#1 To get to know what options you have as far as healthy fats…

#2 Take inventory of what you can and can’t digest….

If you are following the program step by step, this will start to make sense: hydration (especially ionic magnesium) will help you absorb vitamin D… vitamin D will in turn improve your digestion… healthy fats also help you absorb vitamin D…

So if in the past you had a hard time digesting fats, you will find that as you continue to hydrate and raise your vitamin D levels, your digestion will start to improve…

So if you have a hard time digesting fats, that just means you need to spend more time with hydration and fermented cod liver oil + butter oil… and ease into adding healthy fats… use that as a gauge to see how your fat digestion is improving…

It may not happen overnight, but that’s why health is a skill… you have to practice and make small progressions everyday to inch closer to the goal line…

For this step, choose at least one healthy fat you will start to add to your diet…

Some of my personal favorites

Avocado (grown using regenerative or biodynamic farming)

High EPA & DHA fish oil (wild caught and traceable from boat to bottle to ensure it’s mercury-free)

Centrifuged coconut oil

… and the number one that has helped most people going through the Beer Diet Project journey is Bone Broth

You’ll notice I am very particular about the source of food and how it’s grown… this is part of the challenge… not all bone broth is healthy for you… if it’s not made the right way, it’s probably bad for you… and the likelihood that you’ll find real bone broth at the store is very slim… you’ll probably have to go to a farmer’s market and even then it’s not guaranteed that it’s good… so you have to either make it yourself or know what to look for when shopping for bone broth…

You’ll learn more as you advance on the journey… baby steps…

Here’s a video where we talk about what I look for in bone broth.


    1 Response to "Healthy Fats for Vitamin & Hormone Production"

    • Hip Hip Jorge

      Healthy fats help you raise your vitamin D

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