What is Real Food?

Real food is food that has gone through minimal steps from the time it left its natural state on the earth to the time it reaches our plate. It has very few ingredients, all of which we can recognise. Real food is the same food our ancestors ate: foods that contain traditional fats such as butter, lard and coconut oil; eggs from chickens roaming pastures; meat from animals that were raised on grass; wild fish; dairy that hasn’t been pasteurised and from animals that were grass fed; bone broths; properly prepared grains; natural sweeteners such as honey and maple syrup; and fruit and vegetables that haven’t been sprayed with chemicals or been genetically modified. Real food is food that is high in nutrition and nourishes our bodies.