Typically I eat 3 meals a day and 2 or 3 snacks in between. I start the morning off with a piece of coconut pie and a spoonful of extra coconut oil. Then 2 hours later I will have my protein with veggies. snacks are always high fat- coconut butter, coconut macaroons, roasted veggies with olive oil, macadamia nuts, etc. My main sources of carbs are vegetables. I don't eat any grains at all. By monitoring my glucose for the past few weeks I have figured out that I do very well on 50 to 80g of carbs per day, no more than 25g per meal. Coconut is really the cornerstone of my diet, along with fatty meats.
I started off following the Wilson diet which helped alot, but I had to tweak it for my own needs. I don't drink carrot juice or eat any corn. I also refuse to eat sardines out of a can. My diet is pretty much a mix of the Weston A Price diet and the GAPS diet now.
I do organ meats once a week- either chicken organ soup, or beef liver. I drink a glass of 24 hour bone broth every day, and I also drink a liter of high silica mineral water. I do a sheet of Nori sea vegetable for the Iodine
also about every other day. I also salt my food well with high quality Sea Salt
. This week I'm adding raw goat milk to the regime for the good bacteria and healing properties. I don't take synthetic probiotics- homemade coconut yogurt does the trick. Also I found that romaine lettuce juice is a great source of vitamin C without the thyroid harming goitrogens found in raw kale and spinach, so I'm going to start incorporating a glass of that every day too.
I'm not on any supplements at all. The only thing I have added is magnesium oil, which I have been working up to 600mg a day (equal to 48 sprays a day). Right now I'm up to 200mg and already noticing a difference in my stress and energy levels after only a week. I plan to get the magnesium bath flakes for the bath too. Every other week I do 5 days of liquid dandelion root for my liver, and I take cats claw if i feel a cold coming on. I also take a teaspoon of cod liver oil. Nothing I put in my body is synthetic at all.