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Paul Davies Vending Scam – Healthy Eating Made Simple

By Christine Jackson

What is healthy for one person is not going to be the best diet for everyone else. You are different than everyone else. Several individuals do well on meat, others do not. Some individuals are fine with a lot of carbs, others aren’t. What food is best for you is really dependent on you and your lifestyle.

I will make it very simple to help you figure out what is good. You will find a couple of general rules of thumb that apply to everyone. 1. Fresh 2. Pure

It is that easy. All the food you consume, regardless what kind you eat, ought to be fresh and pure. Then, just listen to your inner knowing, and it will convey to you what to eat that is fresh and pure.

If you are craving steak, eat steak. If you would like veggies, eat veggies. If you would like some fruit, eat fruit. If you want some nuts or seeds, eat nuts and seeds. When your choices of food are always from the fresh and pure categories, you’ll eat exactly what you need to eat without having to worry about carbs, calories, fat, cholesterol, or anything. It is so simple.

So what does fresh mean? Fresh generally implies that it is not in a can or box. Most things which are put into cans and boxes are old and dead. Now, stuff in a box or can might be fresh, but it generally isn’t. Frozen stuff can go either way. Frozen stuff is usually fresher than boxed or canned stuff.

What does Pure mean? This indicates nothing artificial and nothing added, such as poisons, pesticides or, one of the biggest culprits: refined carbohydrates, commonly known as sugar. Sugar is added to nearly everything in a typical grocery store. Even numerous things in a supposed Ahealth food store have sugar added. Pure generally includes that the food be organic.

It is my position that if a food product fits the categories of both fresh and pure, it is not inherently bad, ever. There’s no one food that is right for everyone and there’s no food that, if fresh and pure, is bad for everyone either.

Choose food that you wish to eat, that seem beneficial to you that are fresh and pure. Listen to your inner wisdom and what it is telling you to eat, and you’ll be just fine. And coincidentally, eating healthy and resetting your weight-o-stat is the sole permanent “weight loss” answer.

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