In 2012 I had a hard time digesting food… back then I used to think that a healthy diet consisted of eating lean meats and veggies… I used to to think that fat was bad for you… and since I had a hard time digesting it, it reinforced the false belief that fat is bad for you…

Here’s why fat is important in your diet…

Fat is needed for hormone production… without fat in your diet, you can’t produce or balance hormones…

Fat is needed for fat soluble vitamins A, D, E, & K… without fat in your diet, you can’t make, uptake or make use of these vitamins…

Fat is the primary food for your brain… without fat in your diet, your smarts will go down and memory will begin to fade…

Bottom line is that fat is good for you…

… but not all fat is created equal… there is good healthy fat, and there is bad fat. You must learn to make that distinction so that you know what to avoid…

When I avoided fats in my diet, I kept gaining weight non stop… when I switched my diet to include primarily healthy fats, I started to lean down…

If you are following the Beer Diet Project journey, then you are already hydrating…

If you are hydrating, know that the water and minerals are helping you uptake and absorb vitamin D from Fermented Cod Liver Oil + Butter Oil…

… but if you don’t eat healthy fats, then your vitamin D uptake will be limited…

If you have low vitamin D levels then your digestion is probably weak like mine was because your vitamin D levels are directly correlated with the strength of your gut flora… so if you have low vitamin D, then you have weak gut flora and thus poor digestion…

What you are going to find is that Fermented Cod Liver Oil + Butter Oil requires no digestion because it’s already fermented… fermented means that probiotics already digested the nutrients and converted those nutrients into vitamins…

In other words, fermentation is what your gut flora would typically do if you had a healthy gut… for people who have a hard time digesting food, raw and fermented foods become the tools you will use to improve digestion…

The goal of this lesson is to teach you how to step up your digestion from easy to digest fats to hard to digest fats…

If you were to put foods into a spectrum from easiest to digest to hardest to digest you would find that as a general rule of thumb fermented foods are the easiest to digest, raw foods on the easier side and cooked food as the hardest…

The better your digestive system gets at digesting fats, the better it will get at making, absorbing and using fat soluble vitamins A, D, E & K… as that happens, you will notice your sleep will begin to improve…

This is the next progression in getting better sleep…

How do you know if your fat digestion is good?

You should be able to digest every food on this recipe…

Salmon Avocado Salad

Wild caught smoked salmon

Organic avocado

Organic greens (baby spinach, arugula, etc.)

Organic feta cheese

Organic hemp seeds

Wild organic blueberries

Dressing

3 tbsp organic olive oil

2 tbsp coconut aminos

1 tbsp raw apple cider vinegar

1 tbsp raw tahini

1 organic lemon (juice)

Celtic sea salt to taste

The progression I followed to improve fat digestion was simply to start with the easiest to digest fats and moved to harder to digest fats…

Fermented Cod Liver Oil & Butter Oil

Fish Eggs (Use code “Hip Hip” to get 10% off)

High Omega 3 fish oil (wild caught & traceable from boat to bottle to ensure it’s mercury-free)

Bone broth

Ghee

Organic Avocado

Centrifuged Organic Coconut Oil

Butter

Salmon*

Rib Eye*

100% pasture grazed A2 raw milk*

The goal of Beer Diet Project is to help you optimize your microbiome. That means that if you are already able to digest all of these foods, then going through Beer Diet Project will improve your digestion and absorption.

If you can’t digest some (or any of these foods), then following the progression will build up your gut flora so that you can digest all foods…

Most people that have low vitamin D, will usually struggle to digest fat… that’s why it’s important to ease into this…

* Keep in mind that there are other factors… your ability to digest some foods like salmon, ribeye and raw milk could be limited by your ability to digest protein… that’s why you want to go through this progression… start with FCLO & BO, then progress up to fish eggs, then high omega 3 fish oil, then bone broth and so on until you find a food you can’t digest (if any)… this will start to paint a picture of what lives in your microbiome or what gut flora may be missing…

Fermented cod liver oil requires no digestion because it’s fermented which by definition means that it’s already digested and nutrients have been converted into vitamins A & D among others…

Fish eggs are the next step up… they require a bit of digestion, but not as much… and since fish eggs are high in DHA, EPA & ETA, it will help improve fat digestion…

After fish eggs, you can start to add other easy to digest fats like bone broth, avocado, centrifuged coconut oil, etc…

If you feel that you need more help digesting fat, then seek out fat digestive enzymes from food… the best source comes from grass fed beef pancreas

Last is to know that fat is best digested in a low or no carbohydrate and mineralized salt environment… so starting with a ketogenic breakfast smothie and increasing your mineral intake can help…

The caveat is that if you can’t digest fat, then starting out with a ketogenic breakfast smoothie may make you feel low energy because your body isn’t burning fat as a source of fuel…

If that’s the case then you’ll have to start where I started…

It’s okay if you can’t do a ketogenic breakfast smoothie to start… I couldn’t get energy with that either…

Instead I did this breakfast smoothie…

1/4 cup overnight organic steel cut oats

2 organic oranges (juice only)

1 organic banana

1 cup berries (wild blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, etc.)

Centrifuged coconut oil

For the coconut oil, you want to start out small… 1/4 tsp? 1/2 tsp… less is better in this case… you’re simply trying to wiggle healthy fat into your diet…

That’s why you have to think of it as a progression… start where you can and improve… if you can digest all types of fat, then raising your vitamin D will be easy…

If you can’t digest fat, raising your vitamin D will be harder, but that’s exactly the hurdle you must overcome… raising your vitamin D will help you digest fat… digesting fat will help you absorb vitamin D… so do what you can and as you improve you’ll notice it gets easier and easier…

If you can’t digest milk for example, that could be a sign that you lack lactobacillus casei, which is the probiotic that digests the protein milk casein… this is where you need to begin to journal and keep track of what your digestive system can or can’t do…

On the next lesson we’re going to go over how to improve protein digestion so you can grow thick strong hair, skin & nails and produce & balance hormones…

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    5 replies to "How to Improve Fat Digestion"

    • Jorge

      I live off avocado…

    • Anj

      Mmm interesting 🤔I would like to touch base with u regarding this video & bio resonance testing

      • Hip Hip Jorge

        Bio resonance testing checks to make sure your cells electromagnetic field isn’t disturbed… the body is electromagnetic and you are learning how to improve that through diet
        🍻🤙

    • Jule Stupfel

      I will include more clean animal “fats” in diet

    • Hadi

      Start with the easier fats to digest and slowly build up. Fat is easier to digest in a low carb, and a good mineralised salt environment.

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