My friend John Keogh posted a note on his Facebook page a week or so ago, discussing what he’s learned about “slow eating.” I loved his note and asked if I could share it with my readers, to which he kindly agreed.
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I have yet to eat at an Italian restaurant that offers 100% whole grain breads or pastas, so when it’s not a cheat meal, that means that all of those are off-limits. Since I’m saving my cheat meal for this weekend, I had to get a little more creative.
A few days ago I threw down A Challenge for January: Follow my three eating rules for the month. Several friends agreed to share some of their experiences publicly throughout the month, and I asked them each a simple question: What are you hoping to accomplish from this January challenge?
Quite a few folks have asked me what challenge I’m going to issue for January, so here’s what I’m thinking: Come January 1st, I’m going to start following my eating rules again, absolutely, for the entire month (and beyond)… and I want you to join me.
Although the jury is still out about the deleterious health effects of HFCS, I’ve decided nevertheless to avoid it completely. Here’s why.
Last week I wrote about changing the way you eat by deciding upon just a few critical rules, and then followed it up with the idea of a cheat meal. I want to expand on these concepts just a little bit more today.
Completely depriving yourself of something you love doesn’t work in the long run.
If you really want to improve your life, lose those extra pounds and keep them off, and be healthier overall, don’t go on a diet. Instead, change your diet.