Master Your Food Style
Many people are accustomed to food recommendations that start with the prefix “do not.” Do not eat fat. Do not eat carbs. Do not eat sodium. Do not eat cholesterol. How about we cut to the chase and sum it up with one enormous and encompassing “do not eat”? We see how well that approach to delivering advice has been received as evidenced by our climbing obesity, heart disease and diabetes statistics.
In fact, in a study of approximately 1,000 people it was determined that less than eight percent of people seek the advice of a Registered Dietitian and my educated guess as to why is summed up in the first paragraph. People are not interested in being put in food jail and left with a diet of bread and water. People want to know what their tasteful options are and they like them spelled out very clearly. Time and time again, people either don’t realize or they forget the healthy food options that are available to them as they become busy, fall into ruts and are ultimately left eating only a small repertoire of foods. The Fundamental Food Wardrobe provides a very detailed summary of healthy whole food protein, carbohydrate and fat options. The wardrobe represents an extensive list to help maximize the variety and options you employ with your food.
To enhance the potential of The Fundamental Foods Wardrobe: