It doesn't have to look pretty to be good. I'm all about function > form these days, quick and efficient. What that means is a high focus on foods that support my practice but don't take a ton of time away from it. For me what seems to work best is an ancestral approach with just a few twists here or there. Not too much fuss but there's heavy focus on veggies (cooked/raw), local and pasture raised meats, some added fats and fermented foods daily. Inflammation reduction is prioritized so all foods that potentially trigger that process are eliminated (vegetable oils, grains, dairy, sugar). What's left is simple, effective and provides all that I need to keep things running tip top.