Heidi's Klum's catchphrase - "One day you're in, and the next day you're out" - applies as much to food as it does to fashion. Over the years, we've all had favourite eats hit the healthy-food blacklist, but thankfully, some of them are making a return. In fact, recent research has not only redeemed once-taboo foods such as steak, eggs (yolks included), and peanut butter, but also found that when eaten in moderation, some of them may actually help you conquer the scale.
- Lifestyle TV: Lose weight with foods you wouldn't expect
- The 10 best foods you aren't eating
- Enlightened Eater: Think peanut butter is only peanuts? Think again
I have not yet once listened to all the changing fads on what is good for you and what is bad for you. I eat butter, I won't touch margarine, never changed it. I ignore all of it as I see it more as an industrial gain rather than being fed the truth, People quite nicely lived very healthy into their 100's eating everything that is said to be bad for you. They were active, and strong. They cooked with stoves and ovens, and at one time wood stoves and they cooked from scratch. Not all this premade microwave food.
Also I don't count calories and I don't diet. I am slim. Red meat I have always considered necessary as a part of my diet. Common sense works best rather than listening to all the changing opinions.
This is something that many people are likely not going to agree with but here goes anyway.
Plain and simple we are exactly what we eat!!!!
Humans are not vegetarians and are not 'meatetarians either. We need to eat everything but eat it all in MODERATION - Plain and simple
We all eat tooo much - look at pictures of your family back a couple of generations during the depression and during the wars. NO ONE was fat, plus people had to do physical work.
So get rid of the feed bag, get rid of the fast food, eat simple foods and all the different variety you can get and do the math to calculate how much to eat so you can lose weight.
Plain and simple does it and get off your butt and do some physical stuff all the time - not just a quick jump on the tred mill followed by coffee and a donut and then scratch your head as to why you did not lose anything. - I am guilty too - but I dont do that very often.
So if you are still gaining weight you are comsuming too much - plain and simple
Fun fact - did you know the American Dietetic Association is sponsored by Coke, Kellogs (think corn), and companies that manufacture Soy and Dairy? And that the beloved food pyramid was started by a Swedish company (KF) that's largest profit is on grocery sales? (*Apparently there are people here that have debunked John Berardi's research)
Nutrition is not that complicated (more or less - natural/real organic = healthy; processed/packaged = unhealthy).
And before someone says something stupid like, "pigs are natural so pork must be good for you" - if you are going to be foolish and not think it through clearly, than keep playing along with these silly misinformative, ignorance is bliss games, with your self and your health!
Go get a copy of 'The Vitamin Bible', and read it. And keep reading it until you can connect to the truth to see like I mentioned - more or less - natural/real organic = healthy; processed/packaged = unhealthy.