I have participated in October Unprocessed three times now, and I am looking forward to the fourth. But this OU is going to be special for me, because it will mark an anniversary of me turning my health around.
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We actually have the power to create a shift in our thinking toward better general health just by making small changes in our daily decisions – simple things like choosing to cook at home more, adding more fruits and veggies to the grocery list, swapping out one processed food for an unprocessed alternative.
Change happens on multiple levels and from all directions, and I believe that every action — and every interaction — can make a cumulative difference. It’s not about subject matter, expertise, or even a specific topic. It’s all a matter of style.
…which also means that Eating Rules turned one today! A lot has happened in the past twelve months.
We made it!! I’d like to thank everyone who participated. I’m thrilled, humbled, and incredibly grateful at the outpouring of interest and support this little experiment has generated. By the end of the month, 415 people had signed the pledge and we shared 41 fantastic guest posts!
Today’s post comes from Lisa Lucas Talbot. Lisa is the coleader of Slow Food Los Angeles and Slow Food USA’s governor for its southern California region. Slow Food promotes the production and consumption of good, clean, and fair food and works toward a world in which good food will be a right, not a privilege.
You’re human; you make mistakes; nobody’s perfect. That’s not a reason to go into a downward spiral, in fact, it’s a reason to do quite the opposite.
Choose a specific, measurable goal. Set a deadline. Share your goal with supportive people in your life.