Food should be grown… Not made
If you really want to lose weight then there are a few simple things you can do right now. These things will automatically result in reducing weight. It won’t be a battle – it’s what the body wants to do anyway.
The first thing to do is think about food like this: Food is grown. Doesn’t matter if we’re talking about plants, animals or insects. This isn’t a cult diet or a judgment on carnivore versus herbivore. Food is grown.
If it has to be made in a lab or manufactured – it’s not food – it’s a food product. There is no earthly reason for a food product to exist other than profit and control. So this is the first rule: Eat food, don’t eat food products.
Sugars: Never eat genetically modified, engineered sugars. The most obvious is high fructose corn syrup. It’s a food product – don’t eat it. Eat honey, natural maple syrup and so on. Read the labels. If you’re going to buy honey, read the label. If it says anything except honey – don’t buy it. Same with peanut butter, oat meal etc. Oat meal should consist of oats – period.
Your stomach: You should have trillions of bacteria in your stomach. Buy some, read the label, eat them – lots of them.
You need vitamins, minerals, amino acids and electrolytes. If you don’t have enough in your body – your body can’t do what’s best for you. Trust me, it wants to. It was designed to be healthy – too fat is not healthy. Too fat tells us we’re not providing the body with what it needs to function.
So what do we have so far? Never drink another Gatorade, don’t eat fast foods (any), provide the body with the basics – getting the basics from todays food, even real food, is problematic because we’ve pretty much destroyed the soil in which our food is grown. You want to make sure you’re getting enough electrolytes? Buy them – eat them. Same with every other needed nutritional element – if in doubt, buy some – eat them.
When your body has everything it needs to function properly (and nothing else) it will maintain a healthy weight – automatically. Provided of course you don’t eat as much as a Sumo wrestler