Top 10 40/30/30 Foods

1. Wild salmon (or a pharmaceutical grade fish oil supplement)
To help your body burn fat more efficiently, to make your mind more focused and spiritually inclined. Fish oil also raises serotonin levels which is especially important for women because women have half the level of serotonin in their brains when compared to men. This explains why women are twice as likely to be diagnosed with depression. Fish oil also makes your hair and skin healthy.

2. Old fashioned or steel cut oatmeal
Oatmeal is inexpensive, has a low glycemic index, it's high in fiber, and contains GLA. GLA in the right amounts helps regulate hormone levels.

3. Acai berries
Acai berries are available in unsweetened frozen packs or encapsulated in supplements. Acai berries are grown on the equator on tree tops where they build such a huge antioxidant capacity because fruits use antioxidants to protect themselves from the sun's powerful rays. Acai berries trump blueberries in the antioxidant capacity.

4. Organic sweet potatoes
The deep orange color of an organic sweet potato speaks volumes of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. The average commercial sweet potato grown in depleted soil are not so vibrant. Sweet potatoes are also low glycemic.

5. Cashews: Cashews are a great source of monounsaturated fat and they are also considered a super food because they are grown in warm and humid environments close to the equator.

6. Avocado: High in monounsaturated fat which is good for your metabolism, as well as vibrant skin. The vitamins, minerals and antioxidants can be seen with the naked eye.

7. Organic Farm raised eggs:
Few foods can match the nutritional power of an egg yolk. The modern philosophy of balanced eating has overturned the fear of cholesterol because balanced insulin and blood sugar decreases cholesterol production in the body. Only 15-20% of the cholesterol in your body came from your food, meanwhile 99% of the doctors in America do not know this and promote nutritional theories that were alive when they got their degree 30, 40, 50 years ago. People feed yolks to make their dogs coat healthy: they can do the same for human skin and hair. Yolks however have arachidonic acid, a type of fat that should be limited in your diet.

8. Stem, stalk and leafy vegetables (broccoli, kale, spinach, etc): For roughage, water, and vitamins & minerals.

9. Raw cacao
Women usually crave chocolate during the menstrual cycle to escape the hormonal storm experienced during this time. Raw cacao contains anandamide, substance that mimics marijuana, thus giving people a sensation of bliss. Raw cacao also has high amounts of magnesium, most Americans are deficient in magnesium.

10. Berries
Blueberries, strawberries and raspberries contain a high level of antioxidants and a very low glycemic index which is the best combo when it comes to carbohydrates.