The Wildatarian Diet: Living as Nature Intended - Teri Cochrane
Most diet trends have one thing in common: they offer a one-size-fits-all approach.
The Wildatarian Diet: Living As Nature Intended disrupts the status quo of ineffective dieting to transform the way you think about food.
Learn how to tailor your diet and lifestyle to your body’s unique genetic blueprint and current state of health for a vibrant relationship with food and a new outlook on health.
What is Wildatarianism?
Wildatarian™ | noun:
- A dietary and lifestyle regimen consisting of the consumption of generally wild-caught, wild-fed, and sustainable animal and plant-based proteins that have not been industrially raised, processed, genetically modified, hormonally or bacterially supplemented, or in any way divergent from their whole, natural form. This includes wild game meats and fowl, such as bison, elk, goat, lamb, pheasant, quail, and venison; wild-caught fish and shellfish; ancient, organic, non-chemically altered or treated grains; organic, non-mycotoxic legumes, nuts, and seeds, and produce; and organic, generally grass-fed, non-hormonally treated dairy products. This is a lifestyle that fosters a practice of abundance, positivity, and intentional living. This is a lifestyle that affirms a greater connection with community and planet. It is a commitment to personal engagement. It is a pledge to be proactive, and to seek, commit to, and live a life of abundance as nature intended.
- One who consumes wild and sustainable proteins, grains, legumes, nuts, seeds, and produce for vibrant, total-body health on a molecular level.