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Modern GMO, Heat-altered Omega 3 Vegetable oils & seafood –

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While  watching the NFL & I have always wondered about how Tom Brady has succeeded his 43 years-

My understanding-

  1. He wins a lot of games & he’s a great leader.
  2. He is not an offensive genius like Peyton Manning.
  3. He isn’t physically very strong or a runner like Lamar or Vick.
  4. He doesn’t make impossible throws with a magic arm like Patrick Mahomes’s.

But he always wins-

Even in this season at 43 years old, he’s throwing 5TDs in a game!

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TB12 Diet Diary: I tried to eat like Tom Brady for a week — here’s what it’s like

What better way to prepare for the experience of watching Brady in Super Bowl LV?

By Pete Blackburn

Tom Brady on Instagram: “Once more into the fray…LFG.”




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For those unaware, TB12 is Brady’s lifestyle brand built around his method of living that has allowed him to find an unparalleled level of sustained success at the NFL level. Exercise, NUTRITION,  expensive pajamas … it’s all part of the Brady method. For this experiment, we’re going to focus on the diet and pliability aspects of the TB12 method, and I’ll be documenting my experiences along the way. 

And for the record: I used to live a somewhat respectable lifestyle of my own before the world shut down last March. I used to work out frequently, attempt to eat well and at least make a casual effort to pretend that I take care of myself. However, over the last year or so, my brand has essentially become cigarettes, cheap beer, frozen pizza, marathon video game sessions and deteriorating hygiene. This project from my bosses may very well have be an intervention masked as a “work assignment.” –

Read more on GAPS, The Cowan Autoimmune Diet & Sally Fallon ‘Nourishing Traditions’ (see below), 

Avoid (like Tom Brady)

GAPS Diet-

Food  to AVOID – MADE TOXIC by Modern Processes – Change the Chemistry (for SHELF LIFE) -Omega 3 (essential for CNS-Brain, Immune System) CHANGES into EXCESS INFLAMMATORY OMEGA 6-‘DISEASE-CAUSING’-

  • Eliminate White processed Flour, White processed Sugar, Heat-altered natural VEGETABLE OILS, PASTEURIZED  Pasture-railed dairy, Unsoaked raw nuts-seeds (to make CLEAN)  & Heat-extracted Vegetable Oils 
  • ELIMINATE GMO grains (Soy, Corn, Alfalfa – also GMO Grains fed to the Animals we eat -They are ruminants-grass fed) !, 
  • Peel & seed vegetables (raw or minimally cooked) 
  • Limit Night shade vegetables especially.- 

Find sources for –

  • PASTURE-RAISED  meat, – hormone-free and grass-fed – Brain & CNS Healthy Animal fats, such as lard, tallow, lamb fat, duck fat, raw butter &  ghee.-(Fat Soluble Vitamins A -Vision,  D-bones, A-Skin,  K-Blood clotting – Require Animal Fats from nonGMO Pasture-raised Sources above-
  • Fish – not Farmed & Fed GMO
  • Shellfish
  • Fermented foods, such as kefir, homemade yogurt & FEED GUT MICROBIOME- It is alive – not unlike a pet-Daily maintenance required for health! Easy to make at home!
  • vegetables-(peeled & seeded) to remove Mother Nature’s Lectins & Glutens – protection from predators & weather – Seed survival!
  • Pasture-Raised organic eggs (hens not fed GMO)



 The guidelines-By Pete Blackburn

There’s a good chance you’ve already heard about Tom Brady’s absurd diet. The checklist of things he can’t/won’t eat is seemingly longer than the things he can/will. Here’s a glimpse at the insanity from Brady’s personal chef:

“No white sugar. No white flour. No MSG. I’ll use raw olive oil, but I never cook with olive oil. I only cook with coconut oil. Fats like canola oil turn into trans fats. … I use Himalayan pink salt as the sodium. I never use iodized salt.

[Tom] doesn’t eat nightshades, because they’re not anti-inflammatory. So no tomatoes, peppers, mushrooms, or eggplants. Tomatoes trickle in every now and then, but just maybe once a month. I’m very cautious about tomatoes. They cause inflammation.

What else? No coffee. No caffeine. No fungus. No dairy.

The kids eat fruit. Tom, not so much. He will eat bananas in a smoothie. But otherwise, he prefers not to eat fruits.”

Yeah, so it’s safe to say I didn’t follow Brady’s diet exactly as the quarterback does — I’d rather have declined the assignment and be unemployed. However, I did follow the loose outline provided by the TB12 website. Here’s a basic outline of the rules:

  • 80% fruits, vegetables, whole grains, nuts, seeds, and legumes
  • 20% protein (chicken, red meat, seafood)
  • Eat until you’re 75% full
  • No dairy or nightshades
  • Halve your body weight in pounds and drink that many ounces of water (70 ounces for me daily)
  • Max 2 cups of coffee / No caffeine after noon
  • No food within 3 hours of going to bed

Final entry: Day 7

My goodness, we made it. The diet journey has officially reached its end and I lived to tell the tale (if you need help envisioning me in this moment, I am Andy Dufresne standing in the rain after crawling through a sewer pipe in “The Shawshank Redemption.”) I’m not going to say it was fun or enjoyable, but I will admit it wasn’t quite as difficult or insufferable as I thought it might be. You can still eat pretty well in this lifestyle.

Admittedly, I didn’t really get too creative with the meals, as you may have noticed by now. That’s partially because I am an idiot who is lucky to not burn down my house every time I try to make a meal, but also partially because I knew I was never going to be long for this way of life.

I did finally take a break from chicken on Sunday, deciding instead to bring steak tips into the mix. I seasoned with some rosemary and pink Himalayan salt and then paired with green beans and carrots. Not super flashy, but a consistent, reliable player.


Pete Blackburn

I wish I could provide you with some grand takeaway after all of this, but really all I’ve got is:

  • I got really gassy
  • I almost drowned from drinking so much water

Again, I only did it for a week, and a lot of these diets need a bit more time/commitment than that. That being said, I certainly don’t feel like I could go out there and win six Super Bowls under center, but maybe if I kept going a little longer? 


Make the all the world a ‘BLUE ZONE’

Pray for Longevity -living to 100 

& not in a Nursing Home – Someday will be MEMORY REHAB!


PRAY TO END –Big Government – Big Business is Fraud-Greed-Fear -Mongering for Profit? – Covid Makers ALL! The Top Human Rights Issue of Our Time – Dr Thomas Cowan and Regenerative Agriculture – Fake Food – Future for America? Immune System Impotent! Paradigm  Shift

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View – Dr Thomas Cowan on Youtube- by accident – 

He has a different take that the current Medical system

He  prescribes LDN Low Dose Naltrexone (sp) – LDN seems to DRAMATICALLY change life! no more chronic stress, allow digestive system has started to pump out digestive enzymes – With NDL – Able to  sleep all through the night –  a little drowsy during the day – but still sufficient energy to be productive – no alcohol!

Autoimmunity-the Changing Nature of Illness TRAUMA TREATMENT – Dr Tom Cowan’s Version of the Gaps Diet – GMO or Factory-Altered Processed Foods – Low Dose Naltrexone for Better Sleep-Anxiety Treats Symptoms of Trauma from Life – the Elephant in the Room! Needed with Diet -Sources-LDN -Recipes

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Six Principles to Follow When Starting on an Autoimmune Diet

Food & Drink, Health & Wellness

Inspired by a combination of his work treating patients with autoimmune disease and working in his garden, Dr. Cowan has developed six principles to help patients create healthy, natural diets. He emphasizes the importance of sourcing quality food from your immediate environment and consuming the correct macronutrients.

The following excerpt is from Vaccines, Autoimmunity, and the Changing Nature of Childhood Illness, by Thomas Cowan, MD. It has been adapted for the web.

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The full GAPS diet-GMO -FACTORY PROCESSED FOOS to Avoid (like Tom Brady)

Food MADE TOXIC by Modern Processes – Changes the Chemistry (for SHELF LIFE) -Omega 3 (essential for CNS-Brain, Immune System  TO PREVENT COVID!) 


  • Eliminate White processed Flour, White processed Sugar, Heat-altered natural VEGETALE OILS, Pasture-railed dairy, Soaked raw nuts-seeds (to make CLEAN)  & Heat-extracted Vegetable Oils – ELIMINATE GMO grains (Soy, Corn, Alfalfa – also GMO Grains fed to the Animals we eat -They are ruminants-grass fed) !, 
  • Limit or Peel & seed vegetables (raw or minimally cooked) – Night shade vegetables especially.
  • PASTURE-RAISED  meat, – hormone-free and grass-fed – Brain & CNS Healthy Animal fats, such as lard, tallow, lamb fat, duck fat, raw butter &  ghee.-(Fat Soluble Vitamins A -Vision,  D-bones, A-Skin,  K-Blood clotting – Require Animal Fats from nonGMO Pasture-raised Sources above-
  • Fish – not Farmed & Fed GMO
  • Shellfish
  • Pasture-Raised organic eggs (hens not fed GMO)
  • Fermented foods, such as kefir, homemade yogurt & sauerkraut.
  • vegetables (peeled)

Six Principles to Follow When Starting on an Autoimmune Diet


Six Principles to Follow When Starting on an Autoimmune Diet

Inspired by a combination of his work treating patients with autoimmune disease and working in his garden, Dr. Cowan has developed six principles to help patients create healthy, natural diets. He emphasizes the importance of sourcing quality food from your immediate environment and consuming the correct macronutrients. The following excerpt is from Vaccines, Autoimmunity, and … Continue reading

Six Principles to Follow When Starting on an Autoimmune Diet

The Cowan Autoimmune Diet

The Cowan Autoimmune Diet is based on the etiology of autoimmune disease as I describe it in this book. 

For example, one of the first steps in the progression of any autoimmune disease is disturbance in the gut microbiome; this can be addressed through a proper diet. 

Another factor is deterioration of the intestinal villi; this can also be addressed through a proper diet. 

The principles in the Cowan Autoimmune Diet are by no means unique; they can be found in the GAPS diet, the Autoimmune Paleo Diet, and the Wahls Protocol. 

These are all wonderful dietary approaches and I have used each of them successfully in my many years of treating people with autoimmune diseases.

I have a slightly different take than these other approaches, 

which I’ve developed in my role not only as a physician treating patients with autoimmune diseases but also as a gardener.  

The other perspective I bring comes from my emphasis on water. 

Water molecules make up more than 99.9 percent of the molecules in our bodies. 

And the state of our health is in many ways a result of how well we are able to structure this water in our cells and tissues. 

Finally, while the thrust of this book is on the understanding & treatment of autoimmune diseases & this diet is considered a part of that therapy, we must never lose sight of the importance of finding joy in our lives.

Food is an integral part, in every culture & society, in the attainment of this joy. 

The sensual quality of food, including not just its taste, but its aroma and appearance, is an essential part of this diet and an essential part of any true healing.

Our quest should be for a life of abundance, joy, and meaning. 

There is no greater venue for executing this quest than in our relationship with food. With that introduction, here are the principles of the Cowan Autoimmune Diet.

Food Quality

In some ways, in a list of the top ten dietary principles, attention to food quality should be numbers one through nine. 

As there is such an intimate connection between pesticide or herbicide use and diseases, including polio and autism, it is imperative for anyone suffering from any autoimmune disease or any disease of any kind, to pay strict attention to the quality of food they’re eating. 

By “quality,” I refer not only to the care of soil and PASTURES that forms the foundation of healthy food, but also to more subtle aspects, such as the correct time to harvest vegetables and the proper way to store and process the foods we eat.

 A commitment to food quality needs to be a total commitment—meaning the complete abandonment of inferior-quality foods.

Here are the “rules”:

  • The best food is properly FORAGED or CAUGHT WILD- This means the forager or hunter needs to be aware of sustainable foraging practices and must avoid contaminated land and water. 
  • The hunter needs to be aware of how to humanely kill and dress his prey – To prevent stress toxins from the blood & meat of the prey. 

SOURCE – Health Benefits of Grass-Fed (Pasture-raised) Products –

  • Followed by food grown on biodynamic farms or gardens –
  • Or on small-scale permaculture farms NO TILL & NO MONO-CROPS


  • Following that is food produced by small-scale family farms or gardens or food grown in your own organic homestead or garden or Farmer’s Market – LOCAL –
  • The final acceptable source is food grown on large-scale certified organic farms. 
  • For help finding these types of foods
  • the Weston A. Price Foundation shopping guide can be invaluable (see recommended resources-
  • Shopping Guide and Find Real Food App
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  • Take the guesswork out of buying the most natural, nutrient dense, and traditional foods! (US only).
  • Our annual printed Shopping Guide summarizes our nutritional principles, and organizes foods into 30 categories with “Best,” “Good,” and “Avoid” rankings.

It includes brand names for finding the healthiest foods in supermarkets, health food stores, by phone, and online.

  • Processing should either be not at all or by traditional techniques that have stood the test of time. 
  • Foods that undergo no processing include fresh salad or peeled & seeded cucumbers – from the garden or farmer’s market. 
  • Examples of traditional processing techniques – which in many cases enhance the quality of the food, include traditional Lacto-fermentation; making butter or fermented dairy products (e.g., kefir, yogurt) from PASTURED – 100 percent grass-fed whole milk or the production of traditionally cured ‘Pastured’meat products such as bacon (not Factory fed) or prosciutto. 
  • Other quality-enhancing processing techniques include making sourdough bread from freshly ground heirloom grains, soaking or sprouting of seeds and nuts, and making lacto-fermented drinks from excess garden produce. (GOOGLE FOR STARTER & DIRECTIONS)
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  • These and many more techniques for enhancing food quality can be found in the book
  • Books by Nourishing Traditions, Sally Fallon Morell and Mary G. Enig
  • Finally, and especially relevant to those who have their own gardens, leaf & fruit vegetables such as kale,  zucchini-Non-GMO &  peppers should be harvested as early in the morning as possible, whereas root vegetables such as carrots, beets, parsnips & horseradish are best harvested in the evening-While this may seem like a small point, the energy of the plant is most concentrated in the leaves early in the morning, enhancing the flavor & allowing them to be stored longer in the refrigerator. 
  • On the other hand, through the day the energy and nutrient flow of the plant drops down into the roots, so root vegetables will store and retain their freshness longer when harvested in the evening.

Macronutrient Content

Dietary macronutrient content refers to the proportion of fats, proteins, and carbohydrates. 

The optimal relationship of macronutrients in our diet can be loosely described as liberal good 1st press or Pasture-raised brain fats – CNS & Immune System – Healthy fats, modest protein & low carbohydrate. While I hesitate to give numbers, the best guide is that each meal should contain a sufficient amount of fats. 

The four main Healthy fats to use are grass-fed butter, grass-fed ghee, coconut oil, and olive oil

Other CNS Immune system Healthy fats and oils that can be included (provided they are the best quality) include lard from pastured pigs, beef tallow, and duck fat. 

With other plant oils, we run into the problem of extraction and production of most seed and flower oils=

Most seeds and flowers typically need high-temperature grinding in order to extract the oils. This high-heat process harms the oils (Omega 3) heat-altered becomes Inflammatory – Omega 6 –


& decreases the nutrient content. 

The only acceptable quality source I know for true low-heat oil extraction, followed by the preservation of the oil in Miron jars, is a company called Andreas Seed Oils (see recommended resources).

Protein generally comes from a modest serving at each meal of animal products, which can include fish, meat, eggs, whole-milk raw cheeses, or organ meats. 

By “modest,” I mean about the size of a deck of cards; more than that is unnecessary and can create an undue burden on the kidneys.

In addition to this portion of protein at each meal, soup or bone broth from any quality animal source should also be included-

Every Brain, CNS & Immune System -need  at least one cup of gelatin-containing bone broth each day

  • those with an autoimmune disease need to eat one cup up to three times a day. The gelatin proteins in bone broth are key for healing and sealing the gut and are therefore at the core of my autoimmune treatment program. All broth should come from the bones of 100 percent grass-fed, pastured animals in order to avoid contamination from chemicals such as glyphosate (Roundup) that are found in all commercial animal feed. 
  • There are almost no exceptions to this.

** Finally, carbohydrate content should be low – Over-Milled Refined Carbs – Zero! 

This is the only time I give people a specific number: generally between 45 and 75 grams of net carbohydrates per day. 

There are many good books, particularly those that advocate very low carbohydrate or ketogenic diets, that can guide you in how to count carbohydrate grams in your diet. 

Healthy Fats are a more efficient fuel for our bodies than carbohydrates are, and our true need for dietary carbohydrates is small. 

As advocated for in the GAPS diet, most people with an active autoimmune disease should go six months without any disaccharides, which means the elimination of all grains and beans -before slowly reincorporating back init diet-

Lacto-Fermented Foods

Recipe for Fermented Cucumbers

Fermenting Cucumbers

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LDN – Low Dose Naltrexone for Better Sleep-Anxiety Treats Symptoms of Trauma from Life – Needed long enough to allow Repairs to be made -like remodeling a room

It many not be NEEDED FOR LIFE & does not tax the Kidney-Liver organs 

– Like Modern Pharma –

A Diet of NonGMO, Not ALTERED (by Over-Heating & Over-Milling) Modern Post WW 2 processes LDM & Diet COMBOallows the mind to rest & BEGIN IMMEDIATE REPAIR from any of Life’s traumas

The Subconscious Mind response to ALL TRUAMA – the SAME

** Life altering traumas – Death, Sudden – Illness (stroke, tumor, etc), Not Bonding in Infancy, Divorce trauma, Job loss – NDL give the time space to Grieve & Remap the Brain without that sudden loss piece no long there, –

That’s because Naltrexone is an opiate antagonist, meaning it blocks the body from responding to endorphins.

Dr Tom Cowan’s Version of the Gaps Diet

–  NonGMO or Factory-Altered Processed Foods


Warning Side effects are a Beautiful Life with Healthy Body, Mind & Soul!

Naltrexone was developed after Vietnam War to treat addictions – LOWERING the dose has proven to help with Anxiety – Prevention Chronic Stress – (shutting down all essential system – Digestion – leading malnutrition)


The Elephant in the Room!

It begins repair to the Mind -IMMEDIATELY – if Modern GMO Altered food is REMOVED & REAL FOOD becomes THE NORM! REAL FOOD seems be becoming a New Way of Life for us – Finally

Woody vegetation increases on-farm biodiversity and reduces pest damage Natural habitats like woods and natural grasslands are known to support more insect and wildlife biodiversity than agriculturally intensive landscapes, but not all insects and wildlife such as birds are welcomed by farmers, and natural habitat near farms can cause fear of crop losses due to their potential to atract pests. However, a new study published in the journal Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems provides evidence to the contrary–that natural habitat near farms actually reduces damage to crops by insects and birds…READ MORE
Neonicotinoid pesticides are linked to decline in bird biodiversity Neonicotinoid pesticides remain controversial as evidence mounts to show their detrimental impacts on important biodiversity. Documenting more evidence of their harm, a recent study in the journal Nature Sustainability found that neonicotinoid use in agricultural areas correlated with significant declines of birds. Non-grassland and non-insect-eating birds were impacted the least with a 2% reduction, but populations of grassland and insect-eating birds experienced reductions of 4% and 3% respectively…READ MORE

Organic farming improves disease control by enhancing soil microbial communities with soil-building practices Control of plant diseases is often accomplished with the use of harsh chemical sprays and soil fumigants in conventional farming systems, but a new study in PLOS ONE found that organic farming can improve crop health, and provide the right kind of soil environment that reduces pathogen presence. Researchers found that organic soils overall had more organic matter in the soil, which is known to support more beneficial microorganisms, and indeed they also found more microbial biomass and activity in the organic soils…READ MORE
Diversified farming practices enhance multiple ecosystem services simultaneously without decreasing yield Supporting biodiversity is not only a tenet of organic farming, but the ecosystem services that biodiversity can provide to farmers are also relied upon for managing pests, soil health and water quality instead of inputs like pesticides and fertilizers. A recent study published in Science Advances found that many farm diversification practices used to boost biodiversity above- and below-ground do indeed increase ecosystem services simultaneously, while also increasing crop yields. The study showed that when farm diversification practices are used, biodiversity improves as well as “pollination, pest-control, nutrient cycling, soil fertility and water regulation.”…READ MORE
TEDx talk presented by the Organic Center addresses shifting AgTech toward eco-stability In a recent TEDx talk, The Organic Center’s Director of Science Programs  Dr. Jessica Shade explains why we need to incorporate ecosystem research into technological advancements in order to tackle ecological challenges. She highlights organic systems that integrate farming into a functioning ecosystem as the most advanced kind of scientific advancement because functioning ecosystems are infinitely more complex than human-developed technological fixes (such as pesticides and GMOs) that can be short-sighted and have long-term negative consequences. She encourages all stakeholders to adopt a systems-based approach when tackling important environmental challenges to agriuclural systems for long-term change and benefits.




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The 1998 Pulitzer Prize Finalist and author of “Mad in America” discusses the rise in diagnosis of mental illness in the U.S. and the proliferation of drugs to medicate various conditions. Mr. Whitaker contends that drugs do little to balance imbalanced brain chemistry.  The event is at the National Arts Club in New York.


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