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In addition to exercising your body and brain, we recommend low carbohydrate, high protein, high fat 'Real Food' to improve your health and prevent coronary heart disease.

Heart Healthy Meal Plan

Download the Heart Healthy Meal Plan that can save your life.
It outlines what to eat and what to avoid and includes a simple 'Real Food' shopping list.

If you have a high Coronary Calcium Score we recommend this Plan



Eating 'real' food and eliminating addictive 'fake' food has many benefits. 

  • More energy.

  • No hunger.  Increased feeling of fullness.  Fewer cravings for food.

  • Weight loss.

  • Less inflammation.  Helps prevent coronary heart disease.

  • Diabetes prevention.  Better blood glucose and insulin readings.

  • Improved blood lipoproteins – you no longer need to worry about ‘cholesterol’.  (See Myths Busted, below.)

  • Enhanced athletic performance.

  • Increased mental focus.

  • Better sleeping habits.

  • Much better health.


Real Food / Fake Food

For more details check out the Real Meal Lists and Books available from The Real Meal Revolution


Note that the Australian Dietary Guidelines, published in 2013,
are still recommending grains and low fat food!

Download the Ancel Keys graph, published in 1953, to see why!



Get off the ‘Sugar Rollercoaster’.  Sugar is a ‘simple’ carbohydrate.  It has no nutritional value whatsoever.  It causes your blood glucose level to rise.  When the level drops it stimulates hunger for more sugar.  This is how it becomes addictive.  Your blood glucose levels go up and down like a roller coaster.  Any excess glucose is converted to fat and stored in your body making you obese.

Significantly reducing your sugar intake can have a positive health impact within days.  Once you have reduced your sugar intake you will recognise sweet foods and be able to avoid them.  You will have no need for artificial sweeteners.

Sugar, grains and other carbohydrates also foster inflammation in the body, not only in the arteries but the brain, liver, digestive tract and joints leading to many of the chronic diseases we see today which are supposedly ‘incurable’.  Many people report relief from all the above in a relatively short time after reducing carbohydrates.

More info …

Most soft drinks, energy drinks and flavoured milk exceed 10 teaspoons of sugar per serving !




Carbohydrate Cause & Effect

Download The Carbohydrate Cause and Effect Diagram


Myths Busted

Recent medical studies have found that these ‘myths’ are no longer true:

  • Saturated fat is bad for you.  It is ‘converted’ into cholesterol.  It is a primary cause of high
    blood pressure, heart disease and obesity.  (Keys, 1953)

  • The major portion of food intake should be from the ‘Bread, Cereal, Rice & Pasta Food Group’.
    Sugar may be added to anything.  (USA Food Pyramid, 1977)

  • Eating cholesterol and saturated fat raises cholesterol levels in the blood.
    High cholesterol in the blood is the cause of heart disease.
    Statins save lives in healthy people without heart disease.

  • Lowering cholesterol has no effect on memory loss, brain function, muscle damage, diabetes,
    low immunity, hormone production and fighting infection.

  • Eating ‘skim’, ‘lite’, 'low fat' and ‘fat-free’ food reduces your weight.
    The best way to lose weight is to exercise. 
    Low fat food reduces your risk of heart disease.

  • Seed oils, such as margarine, do not contribute to heart disease.

  • Eating 'whole grains' is good for you.  Sugar is not addictive.

More details are in The Real Meal Revolution book and on
Professor Tim Noakes’s website and 'Ditch the Carbs' website




The Real Meal Revolution:


Professor Tim Noakes (The Noakes Foundation):

Watch the ‘Cereal Killers’ movie:
Watch the ‘Widowmaker’ movie:
Low Carb Down Under:

Ditch The Carbs:

Public Health Collaboration, UK:
Irish Heart Disease Awareness:


Food Facts
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Coronary Calcium Score
  Find out how much plaque is around your heart