I turn 40 next week and really need to start paying more attention to my diet. My energy level isn’t what it used to be. I think I am going to make an attempt to eat more unprocessed foods going forward. 4 days ago
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I never have and never will count calories, but instead I pay attention to where my food comes from (grass-fed meats, low-mercury seafood, from the ground and not from a factory, etc) and choosing to eat food that is as low in additives/pesticides/chemicals/weird stuff as possible. My eating habits include plenty of vegetables, legumes, berries, nuts and seeds, and olive oil. I’ve recently learned to cook, so now I eat most of my meals at home instead of dining out. Saves lots of $$$ that I am able to put toward getting high-quality ingredients such as organic eggs and dairy instead.
I used to get minor colds, headaches, and stomachaches on a fairly regular basis—I’m happy to say that I haven’t experienced any of these things in many months now. 5 days ago
I can’t say that I know much to anything at all about gluten but I know that there’s gluten free pizza in Phoenix, Arizona. Just saying since I know some people who are avoiding gluten. 1 week ago
I love good food. For me this goal is less about counting calories or grams of fat, but counting ingredients.
What I mean by that is, if I don’t know what it is or where is came from, I don’t want to eat it. For instance, I could buy a loaf of bread and see a half dozen preservatives, or buy the ingredients myself and bake the bread at home.
I really like eating wholesomely and knowing what everything is.
Except for the occasional fast food because it’s tasty and I don’t judge people for eating it. I grew up on the stuff and I know that I am very fortunate to be able to realistically set this goal for myself. Not everyone is, and a lot of places are making great strives towards better food.
I just really like taco bell. 4 weeks ago
How I did it: I mainly made just about everything by myself. I love chicken nuggets so when I found out I could bake them I got excited and to my surprise they are so much (in my opinion) way better then any frozen or fried one.
UUUGGGHHHH, ever since I’ve moved back in my parents’ house for the summer I have been eating like $h!t. I keep telling myself “tomorrow! once all the junk food is gone!” It’s harder here because I live out of town with not a lot of easy access to the gym and a healthy eating place/grocery store. I’m not going to blame it on that though, I’ve just lost a lot of motivation. 4 weeks ago