I don’t know about you, but it seems to me like the simple act of eating – what to eat, how much to eat, and when to eat – just keeps getting more and more complicated.
Is organic worth the extra price tag?
Is it dangerous to skip breakfast?
Are gluten-free products just marketing hype?
Is an egg a day going to cause (or cure) heart disease?
These are just a few of the questions my clients want answers to as they attempt to make the best food choices possible.
I love to geek out on how food impacts our hormones, our gut microbiome, and our neurotransmitters.
But I also think this has its downsides. Most notably … analysis paralysis.
I’ve seen too many people fail to ever implement their ideal eating strategy because they’re too busy researching it!
Please don’t let this be you.
I’m a big picture gal at heart. And here’s about as big picture as it gets.
If your food can go bad, it’s good for you.
If your food can’t go bad, it’s bad for you.
Don’t underestimate the power of simplicity. With only minor exceptions, this big picture idea will lead you right to real food – the food that will help you feel your very best.
No medical dictionary required.
Now I want to hear from you. Have you ever been struck by a simple but profound idea? Let’s put an end to analysis paralysis by sharing our ideas below.
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