a super idea
while “diet” is a long abolished word in my personal dictionary, how i eat is something i frequently reassess.
in an abridged history, i scratched gluten from the menu about a year ago after my sister was diagnosed with a severe gluten intolerance. boy, what a difference a year makes. there wasn’t a ton of weight to lose but i did get a bit leaner + less puffy. once nagging stomach aches were soothed + a formerly voracious appetite was quelled. in short, i felt better. much, much better.
from that point my attitude shifted from “live to eat” to “eat to live.” i finally had the tangible experience to prove that what i put in my mouth affected the way i felt + operated, head to toe.
so now what i eat is all about what it’s giving me. which leads me to super foods. if you’re like me + cherish easy life tips, here’s a set:
don’t think about what you can’t eat. think about what you can eat.
it’s not about focusing on things that are bad for you. it’s about knowing which foods are good for you…
like super foods. the list is vast + varied + depends on who is authoring it, but some rudimentry research will yield a list that is helpful. a lot of it is stuff you already know is good for you, but a refreshing reminder can be a great tool in shaping what you buy, make + eat for the better.
much, much better.