Discussing and debating the underlying science of food can be as personal, contentious and flagrantly irrational as politics or religion.
Do your friends and family support or sabotage your efforts to make healthy choices?
My parents (both in their 80’s) moved in and began a whole food, plant-based diet. The outcome? It’s never too late overcome serious health issues!
Formula feeding one’s baby is an individual’s choice. Before relying on, sugary substitutes, other mammals or powdered milk, consider breast milk.
Significant findings reported in a JAMA Internal Medicine article Association of Animal and Plant Protein Intake With All-Cause and Cause-Specific Mortality.
Eating too much of any rich food, even plants in whole form, may not be a good idea for people with heart disease. However, science shows if eaten in moderation, may provide health benefits.
Smart goals and accountability are relevant for anyone embarking on a dietary change.
The conversation surrounding saturated fat continues, when we should be discussing animal protein. By the way, isolated plant oils are not healthy either.
The term emotional eating, may have a negative ring to it. Don’t try to fight or forget about your pleasurable food memories. Instead make new connections.