Transparency: Changing your Eating Habits Made Easy
People ask me all the time how they can live the life style I lead, or they think I lead! My philosophy is to make it “Transparent”. Transparency means it has to be simple and in small steps you take to get to the place you desire, whatever that is.
It really is simple and does not require big changes in your life style. I do not go out and forage in my yard for my meals! I eat a lot of the same things you do, I just get my food from different sources.
When I go to a grocery store I stay in the outside isles. I don’t venture into the boxes and bags of processed foods. Start there and replace some of those foods with produce and the real version of the food you want to buy that are in that bag or box. The other step is to buy from your local farmer. Eat Wild (http://www.eatwild.com) is a great resource to find local farmers that raise great food and produce.
You will see from the site map showing you the farmers participating, that yo...
“All truth passes through three stages: First, it is ridiculed; second, it is violently opposed; and third, it is accepted as self-evident.” Or "this is worthless nonsense; this is an interesting, but perverse, point of view; this is true, but quite unimportant; I always said so." I would like to say that I was always on board with this but I wasn't. In the eighties as a young adult, I too was hook line and sinker into the fat free diet. We were taught and told by the experts that fat would kill us. Luckily for me, I soon acquired a few mentors that showed me the light about fat a long time ago.
Dr. Michael Colgan, Dr. Cory Holly, and Paul Chek all changed my line of thought in the early nineties. Fat is essential to our health. It is vital in every cell in our body building strong membranes, a precursor to many hormones, and our brain is comprised upwards of 60% from fat. Eat fat free or bad fat and your brain will be hurting. Most America...