Let’s face it good food, good friends and good times go hand in hand but there’s no need to sacrifice taste to look your best and be your healthiest — email for our available Nutritional Programs and to sum it up. . .
The CF prescription for nutrition is as follows: eat meat, fish, fowl, vegetables, some fruit, little starch and no sugar. It doesn’t get any simpler than this. It also depends on your goals. We’ve taken it one step further. . .
Crossfit Jaguars’ Primal Feasting is a unique combination of Paleo and Primal nutrition along with the Weston A Price Foundation’s principles of healthy and traditional diets.
What to Eat:
Meat, Fish & Fowl
In order to get enough protein you should eat animal foods at almost every meal. Many different kinds will work. Here are some guidelines:
-Grass fed beef
-USDA certified organic meat
-Free range fowl
-Wild fish and shellfish
-Locally raised animals
Non starchy vegetables should be a big part of each meal. Virtually all vegetables offer excellent nutritional value. Fresh or frozen.
-Choose organic, locally grown vegetables that are in season
-If your goal is to lose body fat starchy vegetables such as potatoes, yams and sweet potatoes should be avoided
-If you are a lean, hard training athlete you may eat more of them
A Primal Feasting diet encourages fruit in moderate consumption. Less than moderate consumption if your goal is fat loss
-Choose organic, locally grown fruits that are in season and avoid fruit from far away
-Avoid GMO (genetically modified organism) fruit.
Nuts and Seeds
Nuts are an extremely nutritious food if properly prepared. Nuts are easier to digest, and their nutrients more readily available, if they are first soaked in salt water overnight, and dried in a warm oven or dehydrator.
Fat is good for you. Fat is essential to your well being and happiness. Fat is a great source of energy. However. . . there are many bad fats in our food supply. Choose from:
-Chicken, duck, goose, lamb, beef and pork fat from pasture raised animals
-Butter from grass fed cows
Raw dairy only is allowed in Primal Feasting.
What Not To Eat:
*white rice may be an exception for some people
No Processed/Fast Food–make it yourself!
No Artificial Sweeteners: laboratory products with sketchy safety records
No Pasteurized Dairy
Want to know WHY or MORE? Check out the books, websites/articles links below.
Links, Sources, Books & other information
Books of Interest
The Paleo Solution by Robb Wolf
The Primal Blueprint by Mark Sisson
Eat Fat to Lose Fat by Mary Enig
Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon
Good Calories, Bad Calories by Gary Taubes
Links/Websites of Interest
For much information on health and nutrition visit
For further reading on health and nutrition visit
To find a local source of raw milk visit
or contact the President of the Tampa Chapter of the Weston A Price Foundation
For an excellent source of properly raised beef, pork, chicken and other products such as leaf lard and leaf tallow visit
Articles of Interest
What if It’s All Been a Big Fat Lie?
The Oiling of America
To read on the many dangers of soy